Synonyms for godridge or Related words with godridge


Examples of "godridge"
Nicole Pratt defeated Kristin Godridge 6–4, 6–3
Kristin Godridge / Nicole Pratt defeated Åsa Carlsson / Cătălina Cristea 7–6, 7–5
Kristin Godridge / Kirrily Sharpe defeated Erika de Lone / Lisa Raymond 4–6, 7–5, 6–2
Since her playing career, Godridge is the Director and Founder of Australasia Tennis Aces.
Kristin Godridge (born February 7, 1973 in Traralgon) is a retired professional female tennis player from Australia who competed on the WTA Tour from 1987 to 1996.
Murder by Rope is a 1936 British mystery film directed by George Pearson and starring Constance Godridge, D.A. Clarke-Smith and Sunday Wilshin.
Bill Godridge (born 23 April 1950) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Footscray in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
Godridge achieved a career-high singles ranking of #79 in September 1991. Her career-high doubles rankings was #68 in December 1990. Godridge's career winnings totalled US $329,250.
With partner Nicole Pratt, Godridge was Girls Doubles champion at the U.S. Open in 1990. The next year, she teamed with Kirrily Sharpe to reclaim the title. A highlight in her singles career came in 1992, when she reached the fourth round of Wimbledon. She had wins over Miriam Oremans, Claudia Kohde-Kilsch, and ninth-seed Manuela Maleeva-Fragniere before losing to third-seed Gabriela Sabatini.
Brown was born in Merredin (a Wheatbelt town), to Susan Marion (née Godridge) and William McMillan Brown. His family moved to Perth when he was a child, where he attended John Curtin Senior High School. In April 1945, after turning 18, he enlisted in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), although the imminent end of the war meant his time in the military was short-lived.
Balook (1903–1965 Valley View) Boolarra Boolarra South (1914–1946 Limonite, Darragh's) Budgeree (1910–1943 Budgeree East, Hood's, "Livingston") Callignee (Le Roy) Churchill "Driffield" (1902–1940 Ten Mile Creek) Glengarry (La Trobe) "Glengarry North" "Glengarry West" "Grand Ridge" (1910–1936 Johnstones Hill (Wellington Shire) Gemmell's Hill, "English Corner", "Valley View") Hazelwood (1877–1893) "Hazelwood North" "Hazelwood South" Hernes Oak (1934–1974 Haunted Hills) Jeeralang (Jeeralang State School, "Jeeralang North") Jeeralang Junction (1915–1975) Jumbuk (1902–1965 Jumbuk East, Mayflower, Roy's) Koornalla (1906–1966 Upper Traralgon Creek) Loy Yang (1887–1944) Maryvale (1904–1958 Kowree, Derham's Hill) Mid Valley (1983- ) Moe ("The Mowie") Moe South (1881–1892) Morwell (Godridge, Morwell Bridge, Morwell North, Morwell West) "Mount Tassie" Newborough (Newborough East, Newborough North) Toongabbie Traralgon (Cumberland Park, Pax Hill) Traralgon East (1882–1971 Flynn's Creek Upper, "Flynn Upper") Traralgon South (1889–1952) Tyers ("Boola Boola") Yallourn (Yallourn Railway Camp, Eastern Camp, Western Camp, "Yallourn Heights") Yallourn North (Brown Coal Mine) Yinnar Yinnar South