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    #1

    Newcastle - round 2

    Hi,


    Newcastle - round 2.


    or


    Newcastle: round 2.


    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: Newcastle - round 2

    I would capitalize "round".

    Newcastle - Round 2.
    Newcastle: Round 2.

    However, this is really a question of style.
    It depends on the context of the writing and it depends on the accepted style of that context.

    In other words, it depends on who is writing this and where it is used.
    It's a matter of preference.

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