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The grey has run creditably behind a couple of top novices in his only starts over fences, finishing third behind yesterday's Grade 2 winner Gulgamboa in Navan.
The Irish have played creditably over the past fortnight, losing narrowly twice in two Tests against the All Blacks.
He drops back to a mile on the sand for this outing but that should not prove too much of a problem as he has run creditably over this trip on the all-weather twice before.
Yesterday's defeat was their fifth on the trot and Brazil's injury hit side performed creditably in the first-half.
ALL the papers this week have creditably monitored and reflected the mood of the country as the days go by since the Paddington crash.
Neither choice reflects creditably on the House,'' he said.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC), the Philippines' largest food and beverage company, announced that SMC creditably weathered the challenging economic and business environment in 2002 with consolidated net income before restructuring costs of P7.
The Willie Mullins-trained five-year-old is lightly-raced over hurdles but has run creditably on the level over the summer and, facing just three rivals, should land the spoils for Paul Townend.
50 Newcastle, nap) Andrew Balding's admirably consistent filly has been running creditably on ground quicker than ideal.
PAUL O'Grady began his new 11-programme series not as creditably as one would have wished (ITV1, Friday).
Runners-up last season, Saints look strong candidates to reclaim their crown although Meliden A creditably held their nerve to edge out Old Colwyn 8-6.
The five-year-old ran creditably on the flat at Cork last week and performed much better than his finishing position at Aintree last month suggests.