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Friday at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. The Coastal Carolina women’s golf team begins its fall portion of the schedule at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, which will be played Monday Wednesday at Red Sky Golf Club in Vail, Colo. Saturday (ESPN2).. Police seize 2.85m of fake goods at market in ONE afternoonOfficers make four arrests during swoop on rogue traders at Wellesbourne, in Warwickshire15:02, 18 SEP 2013Updated15:13, 18 SEP 2013Warwickshire Police and Warwickshire County Council Trading Standards seized nearly 3m worth of counterfeit goods at Wellesbourne Airfield Market on Saturday Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailPolice seized almost million in counterfeit goods at a popular market in Warwickshire in just ONE afternoon.Officers said the raid at Wellesbourne market was the largest ever single recovery of fake goods at any UK market.Police made four arrests during the swoop on Saturday.The operation was carried out by Warwickshire Police, Warwickshire Trading Standards and HM Revenue Customs.More than 20 police officers descended on the busy airfield market with the aim of tackling rogue trading.Graham Consterdine, head of brand protection at BP Abraxas, said: “This raid has been the greatest overall single recovery of counterfeit goods of any UK market ever. I’d like to thank everyone involved for making it such a success.”The Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Ball accompanied Warwickshire Chief Constable Andy Parker to a raid on the market at about 4pm. Police swooped on the market as traders were dismantling their stalls at the end of the day.Police said people in two vehicles tried to make off but were stopped and officers found a large quantity of fake goods inside.Nine other vehicles were abandoned and t shirts, jackets, trainers, DVDs, watches, make up, perfume and electrical items were found inside by police officers.