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The equaliser in the 70th minute was something special with Bobby Grant's fine ball forward bouncing invitingly in front of sub Andy Mangan who smashed an unstoppable shot to the top corner of the net.
The ball bounced up invitingly for Anto Murphy whose wellplaced headed looped into the top corner of the net.
In what was a very open game, Marton took the lead when Grangetown failed to clear a corner from the right and the ball dropped invitingly for top scorer Morten Spencer who made no mistake.
Filled with games, puzzles, activities, and imaginative exercises, "My Mom's Deployment" is invitingly decorated with black and white illustrations, ready for the creative child's coloring attentions.
Forest took control and Chambers won it after Lewis McGugan's corner fell invitingly to him.
Inside this neatly kept end-terrace Weoley Castle house, pale painted walls are an invitingly neutral blank canvas on which new owners can easily stamp their own touches of taste.
Playing in fine but blustery conditions on the hosts' rubbercrumb surface, the visitors almost scored in the opening minute when a right-wing cross from Patterson fell invitingly in the six-yard area, but unfortunately the conviction of the finish did not match the quality of the cross.
Darren Edwards headed Bath's third in the 56th minute after County keeper Thompson had saved a volley from Chris Holland and Douglas completed his hat-trick on 62 minutes as once again the County's defence opened up invitingly.
For my money though this opening episode sets out its stall more invitingly than Boardwalk Empire's splashy debut which was rumoured to cost PS18 million.
Rhys Priestland kicked three penalties and his superb chip fell invitingly into Vili Iongi's hands for their only try as Scarlets went into the break 14-6 up, but his influence waned in the second half.
Then, Lloyd had a shot blocked following good work by Luke Denson but the ball fell invitingly to Lee McEvilly who side-footed wide from 12 yards.