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Every single play, he's going hard - every single time.
Atherstone's Paul Broadhurst shot 68 - four adrift of pace-setting former Ryder Cup star David Howell - but fellow Warwickshire favourite Steve Webster found the going hard and turned in a one-over-par 72.
Fitzy has been going hard and playing really well all year," said Galea on the eve of the 210th meeting between the two sides, which will attract a 20,000-plus crowd.
Blues fans might hate to see their neighbours make the Champions League, but with his club on the brink of their best top-flight finish for 54 years, McLeish, below, said: "We haven't disgraced ourselves this season and we will be going hard in every single game.
Nigel Worthington's men had found the going hard on a rutted pitch in Tirana.
We have to do our very best to manage both the fatigue amongst our crew, but keep going hard enough so we can contain these fires and prepare for Friday," Russell Rees, the country fire authority chief, said.
So Chicago is stuck, trying to find a big man, and general manager John Paxson reportedly is going hard at obtaining Memphis' Pau Gasol.