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Chairman Chris Reynolds confirmed: "Paul couldn't commit 100 per cent to the job, although I do feel the performance against Rothwell may well have tipped the balance.
He finally lists the "should have's, could have's, and would have's" that might have tipped the balance of the war in favor of one side or the other.
Oldbury had scored first through Leon Mitchell but goals from Ben Steane and Paul White tipped the balance in Warwick's f avour.
Two first-half tries by wing Richard Carter tipped the balance in Aberavon's favour and earned them a comfort zone 17-3 half-time advantage.
A late drop goal tipped the balance in favour of Borough.
Pisano's future was thought to be in serious jeopardy due to some expected absences of his supporters from the weekend meetings which could have tipped the balance of those present to the MemberShip First minority.
What tipped the balance in favor of an integrated approach were the ability to cost-effectively improve the base vehicle while increasing its performance capabilities, and the fact that the lessons learned were learned by people within the organization and could be applied on different programs.