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Ragers are a hard-hitting alternative rock quartet from Cleveland, Ohio who have already played Cleveland's top clubs, biggest events and festivals.
From horn-honking road ragers who turn daily commutes into gantlets to cell-phone abusers who transform tranquil coffee shops into noisy forums for their sex lives, nearly 70 percent of Americans say we are ruder than we were 20 years ago, according to an Associated Press-Ipsos poll.
But much like the meals along the Croisette, bigger is not always better, and some of this year's standout bashes were intimate affairs rather than ragers.
Gardai say there will be a zero tolerance for road ragers and speeders.
The Road Rager - Road ragers are far from courteous.
With an increased awareness of the game among girls thanks to England's national team finishing third in the recent Women's World Cup, the Ragers girls continue to promote football on Teesside and show the standard throughout the Middlesbrough area.
Tries from centre Michael Lang, winger Dan Pawson and second-rower Nick Briggs (pictured above), as well as one goal each for full-back Tom Eidson and substitute Knight, meant Ragers were able to celebrate a top win in style.