At Meltham a very tough course started from the Mean Lane Community Centre and first home for Longwood was Donald Kennedy, who was 15th in the 45-49 year group in 41min 01sec.
What does YG stand for?
YG stands for Year Group
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 4 other meanings of YG in our Acronym Attic
- Youth Funding Youth Ideas (San Francisco, CA)
- Yokohama Floating Yacht Show (trade show)
- Yearning for Zion (fundamentalist religious ranch)
- Yemen Free Zone Public Authority
- District Lighter, Garbage, (US Navy)
- Garbage Lighter (Self-Propelled)
- Land-Based Radio Homing Beacon (US Navy)
- Yankee Group
- Yaw Gyrocompassing
- Yayasan Galatea
Samples in periodicals archive:
Clair Henry, assistant headteacher, said: "Over seven days, each year group made their pieces of artwork.
Ministers said it could mean schools offering cut-price meals to a different year group each day, or pounds 1 meal deals for new students.
Ministers have backed a pilot scheme in which the laptops are sold to year groups in eight schools; 1,600 pupils are taking part, with parents contributing to the cost of the computers, and discounts for children who receive free school meals.
All youngsters taking the BTEC Sport qualification have attained a level one FA award, level one referees award and are currently involved in the delivery and coaching of lower year group football teams.
The Air Force Personnel Center will conduct a force shaping board in March 2007 for lieutenants in the 2004 year group in overage career fields.
These include: a force shaping board for the 2004 year group, which will convene in March; a January Selective Early Retirement Board (SERB), which will consider for early retirement Colonels with four years time in grade and Lt Colonels who are twice deferred from promotion; and Voluntary Separation Pay (VSP), which is open to most officers with 6 to 12 years of service in overage year groups.
The country's second best performing primary admitted its success was down to having a 'once in a lifetime' year group of pupils.