, into his So not only must I drive backwards down a tiny windy lane, but also pass - and BOY, it's fag papers - half the cars already parked in it, with the driver of the Llangennith bus just inches from my front bumper, a look of intense irritation on his face.
The World Cup hockey security started a bit scratchily
, but after a week it was impressive," NZ Herald quoted Currie, as saying.
But he could not have been playing as scratchily
as he is now - yesterday he was talking about getting his house in order by US Open time rather than actually winning this week - and as Stricker has one encouraging effort on the TPC course, a sixth, albeit ten years ago, he is the pick at 19-10.
Westwood started scratchily
but Sangakkara looked secure from the off and that assurance rubbed off on his partner.
Even further back the first pantomime seen in Britain came to London in 1717 while the first televised panto, Dick Whittington, was screened by the BBC in 1932, seen scratchily
by only a handful of plutocrats in the London area.
Vaughan hit nine boundaries in his 122-ball innings before falling just four overs before the victory was sealed and Ponting admitted: "I thought he started a bit scratchily
and played and missed at a few balls early on, and I thought we had a chance to get at him when Brett Lee first came on, but he certainly played well.
Both sides started scratchily
as the initial football served up was high on application but low in quality.
A front bandage came off Serious Attitude and Rae had to sprint, rather scratchily
, to pick it up before the next pair came past, but that was about as thrilling as it got.
Harris' understudy at fly-half, Nicky Robinson, began a bit scratchily
, which is understandable given that he hadn't played for three weeks.