upperhand

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After a try-less firsthalf, Connacht gained the upperhand after the restart as tries from Niyi Adeolokun, John Muldoon, Daragh Leader and Parata's 76th minute effort finally earned Pat Lam's troops the bonus point.
The Red Bulls gained the upperhand in Washington last weekend with a gritty 1-0 victory at RFK Stadium.
WE HAVE UPPERHAND Colin Coates, inset, and above in action against Linfield in Crues victory in September
Poite took charge of the Red Rose against the Wallabies and pinged England loosehead Joe Marler continually as Australia gained the upperhand.
June 11, 1915: Pte Harry Greenhow from Norwood Road in Birkby wrote from the trenches to say "though we have got the upperhand of the Germans and though the war will be over a little earlier now Italy has joined in they won't give in so soon.
with Saint-Andre not disguising his aims to exploit a perceived upperhand over Leinster's Moore.
Both Marawan and Vatsal started on equal ground until three-games-all before Vatsal lost his way and Marwan went all out to reel off the next three games to take the upperhand.
However, he still thinks that "Money" has the upperhand, should the two finally pen a fight deal.
As far as the record goes, Pakistan also have an upperhand against the Kiwis in this format -- winning six of their nine matches and losing three.
The page highlights specific numbers on each model, and showcases which truck has the upperhand, which is unquestionably the Chevy Silverado in many of the fields.
Nesma got the upperhand with a 10-point advantage 66-56 going into the last quarter.
As to where he now feels he has gained the upperhand, the 28-year-old said: "It's just working at it all the time.