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However, the weather is sure to play a big part and if it's lashing down again then it's harder for these dogs to come from behind.
It was 0-0 at half-time and conditions were poor with the rain lashing down.
There is nothing quite as calculated to put you off your rum punch than the news that the sun is splitting the paving stones at home, while the rain is lashing down on the holiday that's cost you a fortune in Barbados" Radio presenter Sir Terry Wogan "Three, four, five times a day, every day, was not unusual for him.
He said: "It was lashing down all last week and we trained in the worst of it, every day.
But in late spring of this year we had very strong winds and rain lashing down.
Not only is the chicken wire container unacceptable with regards to the welfare of the sheep, particularly being open to the elements on all sides with just a cover on top, but the rain was lashing down and the situation for the sheep moving along must have been intolerable.
With rain lashing down the first half was devoid of any decisive action but the game was brought to life eight minutes after the restart when Rovers took the lead courtesy of Fleming's own goal.
With the rain lashing down, there were plenty of non-runners at the Berkshire track, but Jamieson Gold revelled in the increasingly muddy conditions to land a narrow success for Barry Hills and his son Richard.
On a bright note, the crowd of 1,119 was the best yet for the new ground despite rain lashing down all day in mid-Cheshire.
The rain was lashing down and I was hurrying to meet James.
It was lashing down with rain and I couldn't see what he'd done,' she explained.
As the days get longer, and the rain starts lashing down, you know festival season is nearly upon us.