Cammell Laird Reserves were grateful to Jamie Holmes and Lee Bridge whose strikes put paid to
a Vauxhall Reserves outfit unable to summon a reply and Newton stayed in the hunt when the experienced Lee Kissock netted the only goal of the game in their contest against Willaston.
DANNY ORR'S 14-point haul put paid to
bottom-of-the-table Warrington as Castleford eased to an easy victory.
The French side had Thomas Lievremont sin-binned in the 70th minute and Cohen's third put paid to
any hopes that Biarritz had.
Chris Todd, 66, took up umpiring after illness put paid to
his playing days with Crosby's Hightown Hockey Club.
37, but crashing through five out surely took something out of him and may have put paid to
The wintry weather that has gripped the country put paid to
the first leg of their Carling Cup semi-final with Rovers last Tuesday and then Saturday's league game at Wigan.
10 BY ANDREW STRATTON A LATE penalty goal put paid to
Birkenhead in this National Three North League fixture.
His efforts to devolve government in Scotland were obviously not intended to better the Scots, but to put paid to
his bitter enemies - the SNP.
ENGLAND women's hopes of completing a 5-0 series whitewash over Australia were dashed as torrential rain put paid to
the final one-day international at Lord's.
Personally I think Rafa's infamous rant about Manchester United put paid to
Liverpool's title hopes.
The three time Senior Open winner shot four birdies on his way to a level-par round of 71 at this stage last year, but Tom Kite's round of 76 put paid to
any title aspirations he had.
The Lightning are hoping to improve on last season's third place in the league, when persistent inclement weather put paid to
any title aspirations, and face a tough match against the Gladiators, who are sure to be full of confidence following their promotion from Division Two.
Unfortunately the weather put paid to
any final game, and Rhiwbina shared the silverware with the valleys team.
STUNNING Charlize Theron put paid to
any rumours she's engaged to boyfriend Stuart Townsend yesterday.
If Birmingham was brave -or foolhardy - enough to impose a three-day ban, the ensuing chaos and pressure on an inept public transport system would put paid to
the should-we shouldn't-we debate for years