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Phalaenopsis 'Kaleidoscope'

Phalaenopsis Baldan's Kaleidoscope is an artificial orchid hybrid. One of the seedlings from this grex was awarded an Award of Merit by the American Orchid Society and given the cultivar name'Golden Treasure'; the vast majority of Phal. Baldan's Kaleidoscope plants sold today are clones of this original plant and is one of the most cloned orchid in the world. Sold in stores,used by florist and found in most orchid collections, it has many showy yellow flowers with red to deep pink stripes on a well formed arching spike. It is well known not just to be an attractive orchid, but it is hardy and blooms well.. The grex, registered in 1990, was created in South Florida by Alberta, Barbara Baldan Who past on 04/05/16 pollinized Phalaenopsis Hausermann's Candy with Phalaenopsis Daryl Lockhart. Phalaenopsis Baldan's Kaleidoscope'Golden Treasure' has been used as the seed parent of a few new hybrids, for example, Phal. Baldan's Geisha = Phal. Baldan's Kaleidoscope × Phal. Golden Buddha

1970–71 Yorkshire Cup

The 1970–71 Yorkshire Cup was the sixty-third occasion on which the Yorkshire Cup competition had been held. Leeds won the trophy by beating Featherstone Rovers by the score of 23–7 The match was played at Odsal in the City of Bradford, now in West Yorkshire; the attendance was 6,753 and receipts were £1,879 This was Featherstone Rovers's second Yorkshire Cup final defeat in successive competitions This season there were no junior/amateur clubs taking part, no new entrants and no "leavers" and so the total of entries remained the same at sixteen. This in turn resulted in no byes in the first round. Involved 8 matches and 16 Clubs Involved 4 matches and 8 Clubs Involved 2 matches and 4 Clubs Scoring - Try = three points - Goal = two points - Drop goal = two points 1 * Just prior to the new season's start, the Hunslet players were told they had to accept a cut in wages; this they refused to accept. They went on strike; when the management threatened to close down the club, the players relented and backed down, but after only one match they went back on strike.

This match was not played and Doncaster awarded a walk-over. 2 * Odsal is the home ground of Bradford Northern from 1890 to 2010 and the current capacity is in the region of 26,000, The ground is famous for hosting the largest attendance at an English sports ground when 102,569 attended the replay of the Challenge Cup final on 5 May 1954 to see Halifax v Warrington The Rugby League Yorkshire Cup competition was a knock-out competition between rugby league clubs from the county of Yorkshire. The actual area was at times increased to encompass other teams from outside the county such as Newcastle, Mansfield and London; the Rugby League season always ran from around August-time through to around May-time and this competition always took place early in the season, in the Autumn, with the final taking place in December 1970–71 Northern Rugby Football League season Rugby league county cups Saints Heritage Society 1896–97 Northern Rugby Football Union season at wigan.rlfans.com Hull&Proud Fixtures & Results 1896/1897 Widnes Vikings - One team, one passion Season In Review - 1896–97 The Northern Union at warringtonwolves.org