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Stewy Bulmer and Mick Hovvels, left, from Spennymoor, who have been truckers for 30 years, with Barry May TERRY BLACKBURN
The only way the club could afford to bring Stewy in was to let me * STEWY: Exeter City go and, by the time I came back to the club, Marcus had been controversially sold on to Ipswich.
Stewy had been in our position before, he came through the Academy himself, and knows what it can be like for a young lad stepping into the first-team environment.
What Stewy and Ash did was for their careers - Manchester United and Liverpool are two of the biggest clubs in the world.
Myself and JD know that playing Newcastle is always tough but I think knowing Stewy he won't be coming here to rollover.
I really hope Boro can keep Stewy like United have done with Giggs," said Queudrue, who scored his fourth of the season on Saturday.
Both the men's and women's team managers, Stewy Bell and Lynn Cooper, were naturally delighted with not only the senior athlete's performances but with many of the younger agegroup runners who lined up for their county.
Deepest sympathy to my Brother Stewy, Alec and family.
Gabby and Stewy Downing are good players who have been playing well.
Mike Grifiiths from Staffordshire - second in 2007 - finished fourth and Stewy Bell of Chester-le-Street was the leading veteran in fifth place.
Stewy showed no nerves yesterday as he took England to 512 all out and a commanding position from which to win the series - although Sri Lanka fought back to 130-1 at the close.