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Conroy got off to a slower start and was fishing with blood worm and joker at 13 metres and caster at 14metres, working both swims throughout, changing from one to another as bites eased off.
Jaguar eased off the gas in the second half, but excellent defence by Ranjit Mawee, Mark Herbert and Michael Tee kept them in control.
He said: "We eased off late in the game as we did at Ipswich and Liverpool.
Portugal eased off after the interval but sub Nuno Capucho netted a third.
He looked well on track to win the 200m yesterday and, with 30 metres to go, he eased off, only to allow Coventry's Rob Kerry to steal the title with his last stride.
But with both sides bringing on replacements Tigers eased off the pedal allowing Irish back in the game.
Crude for March delivery has eased off its early morning highs of more than $48 per barrel.
British naval officers were hoping to begin towing HMCS Chicoutim as weather conditions eased off the west coast of Ireland.
I found it tough and eased off the pace in the last five minutes of the first half.
Luckily, the rain eased off around midday, otherwise we might have been in trouble as it came on again strongly later in the afternoon.
Assembly equipment orders eased off 8 percent in February 1996, to $67 million, and shipments followed suit, down 7 percent to $63 million.