500 Marathon: 1 Rearguard
Bond, 2 Evanta De Leon, 3 Coologue Gem, 4 Pharisee Flyer (m), 5 Borwick Dazzler (m), 6 High Falcon (m).
Blues were fighting a decent rearguard
action to ALBION In the end the heavenly intervention favoured the home team as Geoff Horsfield headed a winner five minutes into stoppage time to cement his reputation as the man for a derby.
Kolkata: Describing as 'frustrating' India's rearguard
resistance led by Ravichandran Ashwin which thwarted England's bid for an innings victory, English pacer Steve Finn Saturday credited the bowlers for "sticking to the plans".
Mr Blake was at a remembrance service at Esquelbecq, a few miles inland, where about 100 men of the 2nd Royal Warwickshire Regiment, the Cheshire Regiment and the Royal Artillery were taken prisoner, herded into a barn and massacred by the SS during the rearguard
action to protect the beaches.
Summary: Bangladesh survived in day four of the first Test thanks to Junaid Siddique's rearguard
action, but the result remains in little doubt.
Ross White also twice breached the visiting rearguard
with further touch downs via Liam Lawton, Simon Verbickas and James Farrell.
Yorkshire did, at least, stage a rearguard
action to grab a vital draw after Nottinghamshire had looked odds on to win at Scarborough.
ALLAN Mc GREGOR last night hailed the influence of Madjid Bougherra on the Ibrox rearguard
Smith revealed he had not planned to bat at all, but was caught up in the emotion of his team's gutsy rearguard
A brave rearguard
action by Bangladesh tail-ender Mashrafe Mortaza was the highlight for the hosts as Sri Lanka strengthened their grip on day two of the second Test.
The Shrimpers took the lead when Simon Francis' long ball allowed Lee Barnard to nip in behind a static Cherries rearguard
and slot home past Gareth Stewart.
7-mile distance to Hinton and then extend another 94 miles to Rearguard
, BC using 36-inch diameter pipeline.
to vanguard: selections from the Clark Atlanta University collection of African-American art.
The anguishing but rather rearguard
horror of Bhopal (though, yes, it must be acknowledged that evil, like rust, never sleeps) gives way to a visit to Angkor Wat and an upsetting replay of the demonic Pol Pot regime in Cambodia.
However, Greece's far left and far right are minority movements fighting a rearguard
and futile battle, not unlike the Luddites who in centuries past quixotically battled industrialization.