The Teessiders again fell foul
of the officials with Ryan McQueen picking up his fourth foul and Douglas picked up a technical for disputing their calls.
Bungling burglars almost fell foul
of the law when they crashed their stolen cars into each other.
Two of the products that fell foul
of industry rules were Muse Cocktail Mix's Sex on the Beach flavour, and X on the Beach, which is part of a range called Manhattan Cocktails.
Paul Rowlands and Andrew Conn from the Rhondda were said to be planning to take advantage of the new initiative, months after they hit the headlines when they fell foul
of a club bylaw prohibiting men from dancing together.
Reigning champion jump jockey Tony McCoy got the defence of his crown off to a winning start at Hexham yesterday, but fell foul
of the stewards and picked up a two-day ban in the process.
He was forced to flee the country in March 1982, when his outspoken views fell foul
of the Soviet-backed Communist government.
After Scottish Tories suffered a poster fiasco in Scotland earlier this week, Conservative shadow Chancellor Michael Portillo fell foul
of the jinx yesterday.
Cockney David Brooks, 49 - who played in Ted Danson's movie Loch Ness - fell foul
of untrained ears at Hampstead Heath last year.
Even Princess Margaret fell foul
of the Queen's anger after she too revealed gossip about the Duke of Edinburgh.
Boyd fell foul
of referee Willie Collum midway through the first half as he tumbled in the box as Queens keeper Ludovic Roy met the striker .
The 22-year-old fell foul
of the rule at Leicester on September 11 but, realising the regulators in Shaftesbury Avenue - under pressure from senior jockeys - were reviewing the penalties for the offence, he lodged an appeal against his one-day ban, which the disciplinary panel has since replaced with a caution.
We have had 80 per cent of the game and fell foul
to a couple of individual mistakes although their lad has taken both chances well.
As Durham County FA were on inter-county duty on Saturday, only one match was scheduled to take place in the league ( and it fell foul
of the weather.