Ross Brown, John
Steel and Mark Tobin scored for Medicals.
CHAMPS: From left are Peter Connelly, Dave Risborough, Robert Taylor, Tony Brown, John
Mitchell and Lenny Duffield
And on Thursday night Phoenix Park will become a swirling mass of anticipation as fans from back in the day and the inevitable new breed gather to see Ian Brown, John
Squire, Mani and Reni back on the stage as - hopefully - one unit.
Clare Sillery, Tyndallwoods; Stuart Lindsay, Co-operative Bank Mike Durkin, Santander Corporate Banking; John Shackleton, Hallfield School Bill Devitt, Elliot Harris, both Charity Partners, Chantrey Vellacott DFK; Hanna Sebright, Midlands Air Ambulance; Nick Simkins, Charity Partner, Chantrey Vellacott DFK Peter Adams, Judy Dyke, Tyndallwoods; Craig Edmondson, KIDS; John Desmond, Lillie Johnson Charitable Trust Francis Brown, John
Freeman, both Leicester Cathedral; Jon Higginbottom, Chantrey Vellacott DFK Dominic Christie Brown, Hallfield School; Bill Devitt, Chantrey Vellacott DFK; Peter Wall, Hallfield School
Rink scores against Berkshire were Royston Andrews, Jack Hands, Mike Westell and Mike Soloman (16-18), Alex Bray, Ted Poole, Paul Brown and Gareth Willcock (26-12), Alex Reaney, Pete Brown, John
Brown, Dave Longdon (14-27), Derek Wattison, Brian Hunt.
Wales coach Warren Gatland, both publicly and privately this week, has urged his back-row forwards to step up their performance after Scotland's co-called 'Killer Bs' of Kelly Brown, John
Barclay and Johnnie Beattie swarmed all over them in Cardiff 11 days ago.
Warriors forwards Brown, John
Barclay and Johnnie Beattie will start together for the first time for Scotland in Sunday's RBS 6 Nations opener against France at Murrayfield.
Mikevicz of Auburn; 3 grandchildren, Andrea Tuukanen, Amy Camilli and her husband Kenneth and Robert Lambert; 4 step-grandchildren, Heather Brown, John
, Karen and Timothy Prescott; 2 step great-grandchildren, Victoria and Kaitlin Prescott; nephews and nieces.
Dennis Amiss (pictured), David Brown, John
Jameson, Alan Smith, Mike Smith, Bob Willis, Lance Gibbs, Rohan Kanhai,
Gordon Brown, John
Reid, Des Browne, Alastair Darling and Douglas Alexander are a credit to Scotland.
53 on Betfair when it emerged that they would be fielding a stronger-than-expected team, including Wes Brown, John
O'Shea, Kleberson and Alan Smith.
COWDENBEATH thrashed STENHOUSEMUIR 3-0 at Ochilview with goals by Graeme Brown, John
Dixon and Keith Wright.