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If T Carlile calls a one goal win a trouncing, one wonders what he would call a two goal win.
Once mighty PONTYPOOL are the division's crisis club after suffering a 79-29 trouncing at TREORCHY, for whom rising back-row star Scott Eggar was again in brilliant form with a try treble for the Zebras.
26, basically meeting his estimate while trouncing the Wall Street mean forecast by $0.
Lynwood (23-4) is coming off an 88-35 first-round trouncing of Stockdale of Bakersfield.
I'vehadit, appreciating the step up to two and a half miles, followed up his previous two-mile success over the course by trouncing his rivals by 13 lengths under 7lb claimer Paul Wade in the two-and-a-half mile novice handicap hurdle.
Oliver Bierhoff nodded a second but Leeds' 6-0 trouncing of Besiktas and last week's defeat of Milan put the English side in pole position.
Their show regularly pulls in impressive audiences of two million, trouncing competition on BBC1.
Stock surges helped extend the portfolio's trouncing of the "500" year-to-date through July by +19.
6 Occidental its first loss of the football season, trouncing the Tigers 63-21 Saturday afternoon in an NCAA Division III first-round playoff game.
ATHEA STORM did the business on Tuesday when trouncing that damn pigeon, and it seems some people were so chuffed that he was nominated for `sporting performance of the week' on Talksport Radio.
In their seven losses to Rancho Cucamonga, the JetHawks (80-50, 37-23) have been outscored 80-34, highlighted by a 19-4 trouncing July 15 - the most lopsided loss in franchise history.
Bula (Fred Winter/John Francome) re-establishes himself as a serious candidate for the Cheltenham Gold Cup by trouncing Notification (Fred Rimell/ John Burke) in the two-and-a-half-mile chase at Newbury, but things work out better for Burke when Lucky Rock (Oliver Carter) springs a 25-1 surprise against Real Rascal (D Surman/George Hyatt, 5+) in the hunters' chase.