Sammy, who killed two consecutive sixes off Faulkner to spark the madcap celebrations, poured scorn on
Faulkner, saying that talk is cheap as cricket is a game of action, adding that it felt good to bring that action home.
Speaking exclusively to the Sunday Mercury, the ex-cop, who cannot be identified, poured scorn on
The meat industry has poured scorn on
claims by Viva
Eddie O'Sullivan has poured scorn on
the suggestion Ireland are taking Sunday's showdown with the Pacific Islands lightly by fielding a weakened team.
But Mr Cameron poured scorn on
the suggestion that the pair - after weeks of reports of feuding between rival camps - had "kissed and made up".
Welsh farmers yesterday poured scorn on
government claims this summer's wet weather will be more devastating than the foot-and-mouth epidemic.
Big-hitting American Jennifer Capriati extinguished British hopes in the Wimbledon ladies' singles with a routine 6-4 6-4 victory over Elena Baltacha yesterday and then poured scorn on
claims the women's game lacks depth.
LABOUR chiefs poured scorn on
convicted con man Peter Foster after his claims about Tony Blair's relationship with style guru Carole Caplin.
The Blair government, which poured scorn on
Covent Garden in the past for its elitism and frowned on black-tie events, now wants to make the House a "people's opera" so that all have the opportunity to attend.
REBEL Mersey MP Frank Field poured scorn on
Gordon Brown's VAT cut, describing it as "spitting in the face of an economic hurricane".
He poured scorn on
rumours that he is living in a down-andouts hostel in the city.
Thousands poured scorn on
the way King Kev had been treated and the way their beloved Newcastle was being run by the London-based duo.