Koovee–Kiekko-Vantaa 0–5 (0–0, 0–5, 0–0) 22.41 0–1 Samu Poutanen (Miika Heiskari) 23.34 0–2 Aku Kinnari (Oliver Kiljunen) 30.38 0–3 Juho Jokiharju (Eetu ...
KOOVEE is a Finnish ice hockey team based at Tampere. They currently play in the Mestis, the second-tier league of Finland.
Kotkan Työväen Palloilijat is a Finnish football club based in Kotka, Finland, and currently competing in Finland's second league, Ykkönen. The club was founded in 1927 and its colours are green and white.
Koovee is a Finnish sport club based at Tampere. It was founded at 1929 and soon it expanded to many different kinds of sports.
Koo Wee Rup was a railway station on the South Gippsland line in South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. The station operated until the closure of the line between Cranbourne Station and Leongatha Station in July 1993.
KOOV (103.1 FM was a popular Central Texas radio station in the late 1970s-80s and 90s. The station was licensed to Copperas Cove, Texas and broadcast at 103.1 FM from a studio in downtown Copperas Cove and a transmitter site on the north side of Copperas Cove on Hogg Mountain.
Koo Wee Rup North is a bounded rural locality in Victoria, Australia, 62 kilometres south-east of Melbourne's Central Business District, located within the Shire of Cardinia local government area. Koo Wee Rup North recorded a population of 44 at the 2016 Census.
The Koo Wee Rup Bypass is a single carriageway road in Victoria, Australia. It links the Princes Freeway at Pakenham to the South Gippsland Highway at Koo Wee Rup, bypassing Koo Wee Rup.
Koo Wee Rup is a town in Victoria, Australia, 63 km south-east of Melbourne's Central Business District, located within the Shire of Cardinia local government area. Koo Wee Rup recorded a population of 3,579 at the 2016 Census.
The Koo-Wee-Rup Swamp was a large freshwater swamp located to the south east of Melbourne, Victoria. It was drained an area of West Gippsland, with several waterways including Cardinia Creek and the Bunyip River.The Koo-Wee-Rup swamp originally covered more than 40 000 hectares, of dense swamp paperbark , some open grasslands, reed beds (Phragmites australis) and bullrushes (Typha spp).