"This is the most important election in the decades that I've been around and it may be one of the most important in our lifetime because we're going to decide if our nation as a federal government is going to look more like Scott Walker, John
Kasich or Rick Scott or if it's going to look more like Barack Obama and Joe Biden, an administration that understands the importance of our job and is willing to stand with us to make sure we can get our people back on the job," he said.
Other Midlanders in the field are Peter Baker, Tom Whitehouse, his cousin Sam Walker, John
Bickerton and Robert Rock.
With the cut falling on 142, Sam Walker, John
Bickerton and Tom Whitehouse missed out by one, three and four strokes respectively.
However, folks, if you're looking for the TV Villain of the Week, I reckon it's a I dead heat between Andy Walker, John
Colquhoun and I our very own Hugh" Ned Flanders" Keevins.
The Heaton scorers were Andrew Weeks, Geoff Walker, John
Finlay and Paul Noble after Paul Bonnick had scored for Delaval.
Goals from Richard Walker, John
Murphy (two), John Hills and Martin Bullock handed the Seasiders a thumping 5-1 win with Tony Thorpe's goal proving little consolation for City.
Further British interest will surround James Whitham (works Suzuki), Neil Hodgson (Kawasaki), Niall Mackenzie, Chris Walker, John
Reynolds and Michael Rutter.
And the Blues had more players who went further in the competition than any other side, with Kevin de Bruyne and Vincent Kompany in action for Belgium and Kyle Walker, John
Stones, Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph playing for England - both nations reached the semi-finals.
Wrexham AFC: Coughlin, Carrington, Ashton, Smith, Hudson, Clarke, Durrell (Bailey-Jones 74), Harris, Moult, York, Jennings Unused subs: Evans, White, Rushton, Stephens Nuneaton Town: Charles-Cook, Franklin, Cowan (Vieira 71), Dean, Walker, John
(Armson 61), Hutchinson, Brown, Streete, Brown, Dyer Unused subs: Starosta, Gordon, Wren
IN THE CDFL Queensferry Sports Premier Division Kelma continued their winning ways as Simon Tierney, Luke Walker, John
Walker and Andy Jennings all netted in a 4-2 victory at Woodlands Santos while Gary Purcell and Andy Mear were on target for Lever FC, but lost out 3-2 at home to Whitby Athletic.
The Kurdish community would like to acknowledge the help and support given to us from Jim Moody, Councillors Nicky Walker, John
McPartland, Pervaz Khan and Len Junier.
GRANDFATHER and resident of Walker, John
Nelson, pictured, has hit out at yobs who carelessly threw fireworks at each other on his front doorstep.