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En Elda, en el Pepico Amat, amistoso Eldense vs Hércules #VolverEsGanar
#DEPORTIVO: Con Santi Rico analizamos los bolos de viernes y sábado para el Deportivo Eldense y también el duelo de este miércoles ante el Hércules.
Hercules H. Burnett , was a Major League Baseball player who was mainly a center fielder for the Louisville Colonels. He played briefly for the Colonels in 1888 while the team was in the American Association, and in again 1895 when the Colonels were a member of the National League.
Brito, real name Hércules de Brito Ruas, is a former Brazilian footballer. He played as a central defender for several clubs, and for the Brazilian national team.
Utrechtse Sportvereniging Hercules , also known as USV Hercules or Hercules Utrecht, is an amateur football club in Utrecht, Netherlands. In 2014 it joined the Derde Divisie (then still known as Topklasse) after playing just one year in the Hoofdklasse, ever.
Raymond Fernandez was a professional wrestler who primarily wrestled in Florida and Texas before joining the World Wrestling Federation. He was best known by the ring name Hercules Hernandez or simply Hercules.
Hérculez Gómez Hurtado is a retired American soccer player.
The Hercules beetle is a species of rhinoceros beetle native to the rainforests of Central America, South America, and the Lesser Antilles. It is the longest extant species of beetle in the world, and is also one of the largest flying insects in the world.
Hercules Brabazon Brabazon was an English artist, accomplished in Turner-manner watercolours.
Hercules Bellville was an American film producer. Working with Jeremy Thomas at London's Recorded Picture Company for much of his later career, he was an associate producer on The Dreamers and Sexy Beast, and the co-producer of Blood and Wine.
Hercules Bay is a bay 0.5 nautical miles wide, which lies 1 nautical mile (2 km) west-northwest of Cape Saunders along the north coast of South Georgia. It was named by Norwegian whalers after the Hercules (or Herkules), a whale catcher which had visited the bay.