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HELP

Heat escape lessening position.
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If Seargeant signs up in time he could make his Nationwide Conference debut at home to Kidderminster Harriers today, replacing club captain Stuart Elliott who was helped off with a hamstring injury during Tuesday's 2-0 home defeat against Morecambe.
The British record pounds 29.3million summer arrival from Leeds sprained his ankle in the incident and had to be helped off the field.
The 30-year-old, surprisingly called up after a wretched tour with the bat, was given a standing ovation as he was helped off after setting up Australia's total of 324 for two on the opening day.
The England captain was helped off with an ankle ligament injury (right) as his team beat City 1-0 in the quarter-final first leg on Tuesday.
The Tynecastle starlet was helped off the pitch following a first-half challenge from Celtic skipper Scott Brown.
Pingoy landed on Jasper Parker's foot and was helped off the floot with 5:22 left in the game.
There was no doubt she had put everything into her effort as she was helped off her bike and lay on the floor in obvious agony.
Another run almost set up another chance but it was then he caused the damage as he slumped to the Liberty Stadium surface before being helped off the field almost in tears.
VIN A SPOT OF BOTHER Kompany is helped off the training field
Scrum-half Rhys Webb was helped off after suffering an ankle injury and is doubtful for the Scotland game.
However, there was a scare for England as captain Lewis Moody was had to be helped off the pitch with knee problems after 62 minutes of his first start in nine months.
The win came at a price as Ireland midfielder Glenn Whelan had to be helped off with a calf injury and long-throw expert Rory Delap was also replaced after suffering a back problem.