Winger Adam Radwan has been among the names catching the headlines
during the cup interlude, and even in his absence this weekend Richards is at pains to praise the progress of the Teesside teenager.
APRIL 19, 1985: While Prince Charles and Princess Diana were catching the headlines
in Italy, the Queen Mother did a power of good for international relations, meeting hundreds of delighted foreign tourists as well as townspeople during a whirlwind schedule which belied her 84 years.
Although the race has become more respectable over the years as the control of the Jockey Club has increased, it is rare for a year to go by without some minor sensation catching the headlines
Lord Derby and Sir Charles Bunbury had no idea what they were starting when they tossed a coin to decide What a new mile race to be run on May 4, 1780, should be called.
In the last few weeks, there have been a number of incidents where players have been sent off for going in with both feet - and the issue is catching the headlines
on a regular basis.
"It is all very well catching the headlines
with eco factories, when it could be even better to upgrade all their shops to become more energy efficient.
Two pioneers for future ranges of cars have been catching the headlines
Although Channon's fillies are catching the headlines
, he reminds us he has "a really nice bunch of juvenile colts" who have yet to see the racecourse.
Mr Heathcoat-Amory's resignation not only reveals once again the uncomfortable division over Europe within the ranks of the Tory party, but does so at a time when the divisions between Labour have been catching the headlines
The FTSE100 Index drifted lower by 12.65 points with an update from Lloyds Group on HBOS' poor performance catching the headlines
In the last few weeks, there have been a number of incidents where players have been sent off for going in with both feet - notably Chelsea's Ricardo Carvalho, who was red-carded for a two-footed lunge on Villa's Gabriel Agbonlahor on Boxing Day - and the issue is catching the headlines
The M5 is catching the headlines
. This is almost the ultimate in cars and can morph from high spec sports saloon to full-blown racing car at the push of a button.
The Rabbit Out of the Hat CATCHING the headlines
the day after Budget day is not just a concern for Gordon Brown.