PLANS were launched yesterday for this year's Tartan Day celebrations in the USA - but Tourism Minister Mike Watson, pictured right, cried off
with a sporting injury.
260-1 double when partnering Bevier - as deputy to Dane O'Neill, who was feeling unwell and cried off
- to victory for trainer Trevor Wall and owner John Sprouston in the
Cardiff flyer Walker has been drafted in for Saturday's clash with England at Twickenham after Ieuan Evans cried off
with a calf injury.
Tenby believe their Heywood Lane pitch was playable, but Tondu cried off
because they claimed they could not field a front row.
The youth team player was only brought in at the last minute when top scorer Roberts cried off
with a virus.
But they postponed their action after realising Manchester United's Chris Smalling had cried off
England Under-21 duty.
Lockett, who knocked out Gilbert Eastman inside a round at Newport in March to win the belt, is confident he will beat Rhodes, his intended opponent on that show until he cried off
with a back problem.
Having had their first home game in the newly formed Fairclough Homes 2nd XV League against Manchester cried off
by the visitors, the Second XV played their first fixture away at Waterloo and though they were soundly beaten by 29-5, the score is somewhat misleading as they were 24-0 down at half time.
Richard Quinn cried off
his two booked mounts as he was feeling unwell, and Spencer stood in on the John Dunlop-trained filly, who is related to Royal Lodge winner Atlantis Prince and a former Arundel inmate Close Up.
Dean McKeown stepped in as deputy when Weaver cried off
after partnering Moving Arrow in the fourth race.
The outspoken Aussie was expected to shed some light on his plans yesterday but cried off
at the last minute, leaving Giants officials still unsure of his next move.
De La Salle cried off
because they could not provide an experienced frontrow.
If a comic, who's been in the business as long as Davidson, can't adapt his act to suit the audience, they're probably relieved he cried off
After landing the opener at Warwick with Moon At Night, Kittow travelled to Dunstall Park - a 43-mile drive according to locals - to see Guilded Flyer land the extended nine-furlong handicap in the hands of Nick Farmer, a late substitute for fellow apprentice David Kinsella, who cried off
He was due to speak at the Ness Social Club annual dinner dance in Stornoway before Christmas, but cried off
at the last minute.