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Cityman: set to go one better under star apprentice Ben Coen
"We lost last year's final with seconds remaining - which was very tough to take - so hopefully we can go one better this time around."
05 06 08 Inside 09 The gelding just failed to reel in the progressive Hee Haw here last time and can go one better tonight.
SIDE WITH SEA Seamour is Newsboy's tip to go one better today after finishing runner-up last year
Last year's second Fairy Rath certainly has the capability to go one better this time.
Fairy Rath (right) on the way to finishing second to Rajdhani Express in the Crabbie's Topham Chase at Aintree last year - he may go one better this time MARTIN RICKETT
Last year, Khneisser and his Russian co-driver Alexei Kuzmich finished second in the format's T2 category for series production cross-country vehicles, behind Kazakhstan's Denis Berezovskiy, but Khneisser is now looking to go one better in his Nissan Patrol Y62.
LAST season's beaten Swalec Bowl finalists Cambrian Welfare begin their quest to go one better this season when they travel to Tonyrefail in the first round.
The loss of Ennis Square Social Club will impact on the league, however there is set to be healthy competition for the trophies with Cleveland Bay, formerly The Citz, looking to retain the league title, while Grangetown will be looking ing to go one better this term.
Granted normal improvement, Lucky Leyf can go one better.
A COMPANY laying driveways and patios aims to go one better this year.
WELSH athlete John Pares is looking to go one better on home turf and improve on his bronze medal from two years ago when he competes in the gruelling 24-hour race in the Commonwealth Ultra and Distance Championships today.