Role: Crawley Dake, a federal marshal trying to recruit the Earps
As England appealed, they were almost caught out by a quick counter-attack but Princess Ibini's shot at Mary Earps
Reading goalkeeper Mary Earps
and uncapped Arsenal striker Beth Mead also return.
All three Earp
brothers had been the target of repeated death threats made by the cowboys, who objected to the Earps
' interference in their illegal activities.
John Ringo: King of the Cowboys is the fascinating biography of Western gunman John Ringo, best known for backing the Cowboys against the Earps
The Reds broke the deadlock from the penalty spot nine minutes before the break, Dowie sending Bristol keeper Mary Earps
the wrong way after Georgia Evans was judged to have brought down Rosie Whelan.
, led by legendary lawman Wyatt, had Walsall blood coursing through their veins.
Goalkeeper Mary Earps
had to make good saves from Sonia and Marta Corredera.
have always been the good guys and the McLaurys and Clantons, the bad guys.
Ike Clanton, the Earps
' key antagonist, had escaped.
"Bull makes an interesting decision to put the Earps
themselves on the back burner, letting readers see more of their wives than of the men themselves, though it does help to build an air of mystery and distance around Wyatt.
If Hickok was the legendary figure who, along with the Earps
and Clantons, fixed the showdown at noon in the American mind, other men fixed the cowboy as a mythic figure.
In Murder in Tombstone, Lubet, a law professor at Northwestern University, examines the trial in depth, praising the advocacy skills of the Earps
' attorney, Tom Fitch.
In Williams' Tombstone, Arizona of the Earps