Brown was boss at The Reds for three years, steering them to the Southern League Western Division title in 2004, before leaving midway through the 2005-2006 season.
What does SLWD stand for?
SLWD stands for Southern League Western Division (rugby; UK)
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We have 3 other meanings of SLWD in our Acronym Attic
- Sri Lankans without Borders (Canada)
- Short Leg Walking Cast
- South London Wrecking Crew (group of bands from London, UK)
- Spring Lake Wesleyan Church (Spring Lake, MI)
- Sri Lanka Women's Conference
- Still Life With Crows (book)
- Stillwater Central Railroad
- St Lucie West Centennial High School (Port St. Lucie, FL)
- Sri Lanka Wildlife Conservation Society
- San Luis Water District (California)
- Super Long Working Distance (microscopes)
- South Lakeland World Development Movement (UK)
- Stochastic Learning Weak Estimator (artificial intelligence)
- Saranac Lakes Wild Forest
- Seamless Wi-Fi, Inc.
- Sierra Leone Women's Forum
- Silverleaf Whitefly
- South Lincolnshire Walking Festival (South Lincolnshire, UK)
- Southern Legion Wrestling Federation
- Springs of Living Water Fellowship
Samples in periodicals archive:
Tynesiders' boss Tony Lee was disappointed with his side's display against the Southern League Western Division side and the man in the middle.
Moors were playing in the Southern League Western Division when Faulkner was promoted from reserve-team manager but the Birmingham club, have enjoyed two promotions, one relegation, plus cup successes in the Birmingham Senior Cup and Worcestershire Senior Cup in the intervening 20 years.
The momentum sparked by spending all of last season in pole position in the Southern League Western Division continued through the play-offs to seal an unprecedented promotion double and, like a Ferrari down the pit straight, then accelerated to move forward again.
The Greenbacks, sixth in the Southern League Western Division, saw Saturday's encounter at table-toppers Clevedon Town postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Thrown out of the FA Cup, they then had to pull out of the Southern League Western Division.
Highly-placed in the Southern League Western Division, the Greenbacks are definitely looking to be in the play-off mixer at the end of the season.
Rovers will be in the Southern League Western Division next season and the bulk of the squad are expected to stay, defender Steve Frost, left-sided player Kevin Banner and goalkeeper Matt Lowe having made that commitment.