Shenton


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Shen·ton

(shen'tŏn),
Edward W.H., English radiologist, 1872-1955. See: Shenton line.
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Shenton Brokers, licensed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), has announced that it has launched an online portal.
National League North CHESTER FC v CHORLEY TODAY, 3PM KICK OFF By DAVE POWELL CHESTER FC goalkeeper Grant Shenton earned praise for his performance in the midweek win at Darlington.
And there were two changes from the side that lost 1-0 to Nantwich Town in the Cheshire Senior Cup on Tuesday, Akwasi Asante returning to the starting line-up and Grant Shenton returning in goal at the expense of Connor King.
A first chance fell to Glen Taylor on 29 minutes, who combined well with Ryan Hall, before forcing Blues keeper Grant Shenton into a smart save.
There had been little between the sides throughout with Grant Shenton in the Chester goal doing well to keep out a first half Jamie Hood header before Simon Grand crashed a header against the Leamington bar just before the interval with Craig Mahon's follow-up brilliantly saved by Tony Breeden.
Sunderland led at the break thanks to Jake Hackett's strike, but the Potters stormed back with two goals in the final 20 minutes from Oliver Shenton and Tyrese Campbell.
The man to take on these heavy-weight legends of soul is Shenton Dixon from the UK, who will be entertaining on the rooftop terrace while audience members enjoy a three-course dinner.
Jy Hitchcox, Alex Foster, Junior Moors, Michael Shenton, Adam Milner and Oliver Holmes all went over for Tigers, with Leeds replying through Mikolaj Oledzki and Brett Ferres.
RACHEL Shenton says she dreamed up the idea for her Oscar-winning short film in her bedroom.
It stars Maisie Sly, aged six, and Rachel Shenton, who played Mitzeee Minniver in the Channel 4 soap.