BY DAVID MCDONNELL PHIL JONES is ready to put the bite
on Chelsea - and cure his hunger for a slice of cup final action.
ALISTAIR Brownlee is determined to defy Queensland's sharkinfested waters and put the bite
on his rivals when he defends his Commonwealth Games triathlon crown in Gold Coast tomorrow.
GROWTH in the UK services sector was hit last month after the big freeze put the bite
on activity levels and new business, a report said yesterday.
Fergie had to bite his nails as his champions allowed little Hull to come back from 4-1 down to 4-3 in the dying minutes at Old Trafford - and later put the bite
on his own team.
Daily star: "mad dog" Emanuel Pogatetz put the bite
back into Boro with his first goal for the club as Middlesbrough crushed the Black Cats.
A COVENTRY landlady is hoping to put the bite
into Burns Night by putting complimentary haggis on the menu in her pub.
ON PATROL: Police in North Wales are trying to put the bite
on criminals by using an uniquely qualified officer.
The little alsatian cannot wait to put the bite
on Merseyside criminals.
PETER CLOHESSY is out to put the bite
into Wales today after being the victim of an outrageous attack last month.
John is not in that position and has had another great run at the Crucible." Higgins put the bite
on defending champion Selby (right) early in the final and at one stage yesterday led 10-4.
And Rae will be determined to put the bite
on Hoops when the two sides meet again next month or else he'll be left bumping his gums again.
GEORGE the border collie is ready to put the bite
on again - after being fitted with false teeth.
A rare parrot called Chuckie put the bite
on Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott yesterday.
DAVID BECKHAM is ready to put the bite
on Austria tomorrow after having a nibble at team-mate Alan Smith in training yesterday.
But he insists that he will never change his style as he looks to put the bite
into Liverpool's midfield like Vieira did for the Gunners.