Walsall's fans had to endure five minutes of added time for stoppages, and that extended to six minutes, but the lads held out and were cheered to the echo
as they darted for the tunnel at the final whistle.
We have seen every Yankee icon in their farewell game - Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Mantle, Berra, Martin, and Mattingly - all of whom were cheered to the echo
I remember with shame an exhibition match at the Oval last season where the crowd was packed with British Asians, who cheered to the echo
several Indian cricketers and reserved their jeers for just one player.
LOCAL trainer Susan Gardner and her jockey-daughter Lucy started 2013 in spectacular fashion with a double which was cheered to the echo
by a record crowd for Exeter's New Year's Day fixture.
He has fostered a Winner-Take-All society where the rich grow richer and the poor grow poorer every year, where Mammon is riding high, worshipped by economic gurus who preach to one another that Greed is Good and get cheered to the echo
Cheered to the echo
by huge galleries all around the course, Palmer struggled to better his first round 84 and finished close to the bottom of the field.
Yesterday though, was Cheltenham Gold Cup day and the Festival crowd cheered to the echo
as Best Mate made history by galloping to a third consecutive Gold Cup victory -the first horse to achieve the feat since the mighty Arkle.
The Northumbria University student's hard-earned win - McLeod crossed the line two seconds ahead of Portugal's Claudio Godinho - was cheered to the echo
by a crowd of 3,000 packed in a stand beside the finishing straight, was his first since he took the Scottish 5,000m title on the track in the summer.