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IOWGEORDIEEXILE, Via Chronicle Live MARK SAYS: I don't think there is anything wrong with Newcastle fans aspiring to a bit more than an ungifted grafter.
The Oxfordshire-born grafter, 31, also played 200 games at Sunderland - many alongside Boro's Grant Leadbitter - before a PS3m move to the Potters in July 2009.
Reinforcements in trying to stop these big players came from forwards Thomas Spiliotis, Max Corscadden, the coach's man of the match, and Scott Moorhouse - grafter award.
Man of the match went to Costello, while best tackler was Luke Ramsden and best grafter was Tyler Broscombe.
Under 10: Aaryn Golding-Belafonte grafter of the year, Johnny Kinder-Hudson most improved player,Vaughn Corcoran player of year, Owen Simpson sportsman of year, Abigail Rice players' player of year and Alfie Broscombe top tackler.
He's a grafter, getting up and down the flank and taking on the full-back.
He's a grafter and every team needs a grafter who'll win the ball and pass it to the flair players to go and do their stuff.
Omitting Thorpe for Pietersen means they have no grafter in their batting lineup, only two batsmen who have faced Australia before (and one of those is terrible Trescothick
A York double on Wednesday was a great achievement for Amanda (left) and her husband Mark, an ex-jumps jockey and a real grafter.
Grafter was awarded to Oliver Brown and Harry Drennan for tireless running.
She's hugely talented, successful, a grafter and quite rightly makes no apologies for enjoying a good time.
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