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John Haygarth, of Knowsley Road, Southport, struck Paul Moran in the face as the boy travelled home on the number 47 bus in Southport with school friends.
Other high achievers included Matthew Sutcliffe, who got seven A*s, two As and two B; John Haygarth, who got five A*s, two As, three Bs and one C; Rudi Carter with one A*, seven As, two Bs and one C and Helena Mapals, with three A*s, four As, three Bs and one C.
Physician and historian Christopher Booth presents John Haygarth, FRS: A Physician of the Enlightenment (1740- 1827), a meticulous biography of an educated man from Yorkshire whose idea for introducing separate wards in the Chester Infirmary for patients with fever became the stimulus for the development of fever hospitals in nineteenth century England.
Physician and historian Christopher Booth presents John Haygarth, FRS: A Physician of the Enlightenment (1740-1827), a meticulous biography of an educated man from Yorkshire whose idea for introducing separate wards in the Chester Infirmary for patients with fever became the stimulus for the development of fever hospitals in nineteenth century England.
John Haygarth, FRS (1740-1827); a physician of the enlightenment.
The pair said they remember seeing John Haygarth "staggering" on to the bus and having to "take hold of a pole to stabilise himself".
Matthew Sutcliffe, seven A*s, two As and one B; John Haygarth, five A*s, two As, two Bs and one C; Rudi Carter, seven As, one A*, one B and one C; Helena Mapals, three A*s, four As, two Bs and one C.
Battyeford squandered a couple of half chances and Gareth Garside shot wide before John Haygarth made the breakthrough for Emley with a close range strike on the half hour.
Emley, with manager Steve Cooper (left) and coach Terry Pollard (in blue, in alphabetical order): James Anderson, Jonny Butterfield, Ashley Brothers, Jake Cooper, Gareth Garside, Anthony Graham, Dale Harris, John Haygarth, Jordan Maltas, Richard Pollard, Nathan Smith, James Whyte, while Hepworth are seen (right): Jack Bywater, Philip Barber, William Hale, Ben Howitt, Daniel Large, James Pilkington, Austin Platt, Joe Peake, James Roberts, Ben Raven-Hill, Eliot Whiteley, Liam Wilson