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What does COFC stand for?

COFC stands for Champion of Champions (philatelic competition for national winners)

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The final is sponsored and staged by Paddock Cricket and Bowling Club and starts at 2pm, with Netherton's Craig Gant and Lockwood Con's Champion of Champions Wayne Moseley vying for the PS250 top prize, which was taken last year by Ian Briggs.
Byline: Karen Dent BORDERS farmers Gordon and David Gray are planning a return to the Northumberland County Show to defend their Champion of Champions title with their award-winning Ettrick Texels.
IN THE first round of Warwickshire's Champion of Champions singles tourney, Erdington Court's Brian Lees beat Solihull's Lew Whitehouse, Avon Valley's Bill Ward defeated Coventry's Ernie Over, Tamworth's Paul Maon beat Birmingham's Alan Seager and Thornfield's Steve Smith accounted for Welford's Peter Day.
Mastermind: Champion Of Champions Monday to Friday, BBC 2, times vary Sixteen former winners battle it out for the ultimate prize.
ENGLAND'S women golfers are to get the chance to qualify for a new Champion of Champions tournament through their club medal competitions.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Nottingham, the largest city in the East Midlands, has been crowned Champion of Champions 2008 in the RHS Britain in Bloom Awards, the largest horticultural campaign in Europe.