Launceston (Australia)



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  • Launceston Cricket Club — (LCC) is a cricket team which represents the city of Launceston in the Northern Tasmanian Cricket Association grade cricket competition. The club was founded in 1841, making it the oldest cricket club in Tasmania, and the second oldest cricket… …   Wikipedia

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  • Launceston Christian School — is a private, co educational day school based in Riverside, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. Launceston Christian School is a private, co educational day school based in Riverside, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.It is part of the Christian… …   Wikipedia

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  • Launceston, Tasmania — Infobox Australian Place type = city name = Launceston state = tas imagesize = 270 caption = Launceston City pop = 99,675 pop footnotes = Census 2006 AUS | id = 61505 | name = Greater Launceston (Statistical Subdivision)|quick =… …   Wikipedia


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