Despite its off-colour
content, South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut has been warmly received by critics in America and has taken pounds 32million at the box office.
YOU might be forgiven for thinking this chap is a little off-colour
The mother bird doesn't seem to mind that one of her offspring is a bit off-colour
- she is feeding it just the same as her two black chicks.
NORTHAMPTON made it four straight wins with an easy defeat of off-colour
London Irish at Sunbury.
Nottingham yesterday saw early withdrawals from the Betfred Eclipse heats with Dalcash Scolari (9.50am) as expected pulled out off-colour
. He was replaced in trap three in heat two by Mill Giovanni.
Minstermen never looked capable of taking the points and teenager Richard Cresswell's strike came too late.
Mason out for Wallis MARK WALLIS yesterday reported his Betfair Trainers' Championship runner Rockburst Mason to be off-colour
. He is set to be replaced by Aero Bolt (7.40, T5).
POWERFUL Paul Seevers bagged 1-8 as off-colour
Sligo survived a spirited Louth challenge in a highly competitive Division 3 game at Markievicz Park yesterday.
He added: "We made it difficult for ourselves and four or five players were definitely off-colour
Draper was forced to withdraw two intended runners off-colour
at Romford on Monday, but yesterday reported his Monmore team of Farley Blitz and Farley Totti to be in the clear at the moment.
He seemed a bit off-colour
after them - not that he's got much colour.
Champion trainer Mark Wallis's only entry in the competition, Eye Eye Pickle is one of a number of Imperial Kennels inmates to be off-colour
at present, although Prestige favourite Kinda Easy is reported clear of the bug so far.
PAT Sullivan's 60th minute strike put Pete Mahon's side on course for a hard-fought win over the off-colour
Blues at Belfield Park.
KING LEE, as short as 6-4 for the Coral Puppy Cup (betting, page 90) following two explosive winning performances at Romford, was yesterday withdrawn from the competition off-colour
, writes Richard Birch.
Kilkenny showed signs that they are still willing to fight for a place in the Premier Division with a better display against St Francis on Wednesday - but they must continue in the same vein, says manager Alfie Hale.