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The veteran stand-off was restored to the Rhinos' starting line-up in the absence of Liam Sutcliffe, ruled out for the season with a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament, and he rolled back the years with a dominant display in a 24-6 victory over Hull in the second quarter-final.
Hull 19 St Helens 12 RICHARD HORNE rolled back the years with a man-of-thematch performance for Hull as they toppled leaders St Helens to gain their first win in seven matches.
DARREN CLARKE rolled back the years with a fine 67 and then revealed the secret of a new slimline swing that hoisted him onto the Open leaderboard.
The five-times champion rolled back the years again yesterday with a 73 to make the cut by one shot on two over.
SIZING Europe rolled back the years as the veteran won the Boylesports.
MAESTEG boxer Jason Cook rolled back the years to beat Tony Pace in a contest for the vacant BBBofC Celtic welterweight title on the undercard of the Lee Selby bill at Cardiff 's Motorpoint Arena The fight was evenly fought with Cook taking the opener but Pace came back to win the next twoc rounds.
Williams, who rolled back the years by beating world number two Azarenka on Tuesday, was made to work harder by Romanian 13th seed Halep in the last 16.
Summary: Kimiko Date-Krumm rolled back the years as the Japanese veteran thrashed German teenager Carina Witthoeft .
The pals, who attended Holmfirth Secondary Modern from 1949-1953, rolled back the years.
FLINT TN 0 BARRY TN 0 BARRY TOWN rolled back the years to relive their glory days as they became the only non-Welsh Premier side to reach this year's semi-finals where they will meet Prestatyn.
Snooker PETER EBDON rolled back the years yesterday, defeating Stephen Maguire to claim a sensational China Open victory.
Former Royal Ascot winner Docofthebay (8-1) later rolled back the years to claim the Blue Square Golden Rose Stakes.
3 Nikolay Davydenko rolled back the years to defeat third seed and last year's runner-up Marin Cilic and reach the semi-final of the BMW Open in Munich yesterday.
The 35-year-old striker rolled back the years with a vintage performance as the Dragons overcame a strong Cambridge United side tipped by many to be among the promotion favourites this season.
The 35-year-old rolled back the years to head the winner from Adrian Patulea's cross in the 77th minute, earning Orient their first ever victory at Adams Park.