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The players also enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Edgbaston Priory and the fact Sharapova doesn't usually play the week before a Grand Slam would presumably rule her out of any Eastbourne showpiece.
An interior of the showpiece apartment at Four Oaks where homes are priced from pounds 344,950
This is a showpiece building for Wales and the blame for these faults must rest with the assembly government.
Says Bentley chief Dr Franz-Josef Paefgen: "The Continental GT Coupe may be the driver's car and the Flying Spur the practical four-door grand tourer, but the new Continental GTC is the showpiece for Bentley design.
Trainer Ted Walsh - successful in the 2000 Aintree showpiece with Papillon- is hoping to run both his horses at Liverpool.
IT'S THE FINAL: Griffin Sixteen winner Ronnie Wormald (left), sponsor Wayne Dews (centre) and runner-up Peter Kain before the Sixteen showpiece
This evening's coverage sees the two outstanding teams of this season's competition do battle in the showpiece match at the Rose Bowl in Southampton.
He will be a VIP guest at the Millennium Stadium for the showpiece final between the Red Army and Toulouse.
UEFA were unwilling to award the final to Wembley while the system still operated and the Treasury have now written to the FA to say they have awarded an exemption for the 2011 showpiece.
The Egyptian overcame Australia's David Palmer in last year's showpiece match, and he will be among the favourites once again for another run to the latter stages.
John Kear, head coach of Powergen Challenge Cup holders Hull, has called for Cardiff to hold one of the sport's showpiece events every year.
Antiques legend, the late Arthur Negus, spent many happy hours examining the art treasures that changed hands at the tithe barn at Southam, Gloucestershire, the showpiece sales venue of auctioneers Bruton Knowles.