Trialist


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A person who is intimately involved in conducting a clinical trial of a therapeutic agent of interest
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WARRINGTON TOWN: McMillan, Beeley, Trialist A, Williams, McCarten, Goulding, Vassallo, Trialist B, Gray, Hines, Hughes.
2 MOTHERWELL'S trio of trialists pressed their case for a deal as the Steelmen cruised to victory.
As a result, Under-21 boss Peter Beardsley is being actively encouraged during pre-season to give opportunities to some exciting trialists, with three having featured during the opening two games.
SECOND HALF: Weaver, Maxwell, Lubala, Baba, Martin, O'Keeffe, McDonald, Hale, Trialist, Brown, Storer.
Manager Gary Brabin started with a lineup featuring a trialist on either flank of a 4-4-2 formation.
To make matters worse for the Dragons, trialist Kevin Thornton was forced off after barely 20-minutes and taken to hospital with what is believed to be a dislocated shoulder.
The Wales defender, released by West Ham last month, featured as one of four Hoops trialists in Monday's 13-0 friendly win away to Cornish amateurs Tavistock.
Bohemians, who had played a league game the night before, fielded a collection of reserves, trialists and fringe players, but still picked up a notable Premier League scalp.
Sunderland included Russell Anderson and Ian Harte, both of whom had steady games, along with giant defender Jean Yves M'voto and two trialists.
Jess's goal on 72 minutes came thanks to a fortunate deflection over Tamworth trialist keeper Alex Bacherini.
The best goal of the game clinched victory in the final moments when Easton controlled a free-kick from trialist Gavin Hurren on his chest and volleyed home.
WAKEFIELD Trinity Wildcats coach Shane McNally is hoping to complete a permanent deal for trialist Michael Wainwright during the club's training camp in Portugal.