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Cirbonero 1 - 1 Tudelano (Pretemporada 17/18)
Cirbonero 1 - 1 Tudelano (Pretemporada 17/18)

Pretemporada 2017/2018. CA Cirbonero 1 - 1 CD Tudelano Partido disputado en Cintruénigo, el 29 de julio de 2017

CIRBONERO-HUARTE FUTBOL TERCERA DIVISION GRUPO 15 NAVARRA T. 2016 2017
CIRBONERO-HUARTE FUTBOL TERCERA DIVISION GRUPO 15 NAVARRA T. 2016 2017

CIRBONERO-HUARTE FUTBOL TERCERA DIVISION GRUPO 15 NAVARRA T. 2016 2017

Alevín C. Tudelano 4 - 2 Cirbonero (J12. T16/17)
Alevín C. Tudelano 4 - 2 Cirbonero (J12. T16/17)

Temporada 2016/2017. Alevín C. Jornada 12. CD Tudelano 4 - 2 CA Cirbonero Partido disputado el 17 de diciembre de 2016.

Benjamín C. Tudelano 2 - 4 Cirbonero B (J2.T16/17)
Benjamín C. Tudelano 2 - 4 Cirbonero B (J2.T16/17)

Temporada 2016/2017. Benjamín C. Jornada 2. CD Tudelano 2 - 4 CA Cirbonero Partido disputado el 22 de octubre de 2016

CIRBONERO-HUARTE Fútbol 3ª División Grupo 15 Navarra
CIRBONERO-HUARTE Fútbol 3ª División Grupo 15 Navarra

CIRBONERO-HUARTE Fútbol 3ª División Grupo 15 Navarra

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Fontellas

Fontellas is a town and municipality located in the province and autonomous community of Navarre, northern Spain.

Fontella Bass
Fontella Bass

Fontella Marie Bass was an American R&B and soul singer and songwriter best known for her 1965 hit, "Rescue Me."

Fontella

Fontella may refer to:

Carboneros

Carboneros is a city located in the province of Jaén, Spain. According to the 2006 census , the city has a population of 671 inhabitants.

Carbonero el Mayor

Carbonero el Mayor is a municipality located in the province of Segovia, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census , the municipality has a population of 2,469 inhabitants.

Bar jack
Bar jack

The bar jack , also known as the carbonero, red jack, blue-striped cavalla or passing jack, is a common species of inshore marine fish classified in the jack family, Carangidae. The bar jack is distributed through the western Atlantic Ocean from New Jersey and Bermuda in the north to Venezuela and possibly Brazil in the south, with the largest population in the Gulf of Mexico and West Indies.

Sara Carbonero
Sara Carbonero

Sara Carbonero Arévalo is a Spanish sports journalist. Since early 2000, she was a TV presenter for Telecinco, until she moved to Porto, in Portugal, when her husband Iker Casillas joined FC Porto in July 2015.