GARETH ELLIS rolled back the clock
against his boyhood club to keep alive his hopes of a fairytale finish with Hull FC.
Micky Higham rolled back the clock
with a vintage performance from the hooker that gave Leigh a gutsy win against Super League opponents.
Five men on the Supreme Court rolled back the clock
on women in America,'' said Sen.
Pivotal was the combination between Van Persie and Kagawa, preferred to Wayne Rooney, which was irresistible at times as United rolled back the clock
12 months during a rampant opening period.
8 Rolled back the clock
for an hour, just like he did for half that time against Villa.
Then the wheels came off the bandwagon - until last Saturday at Haydock when the nine-yearold rolled back the clock
with a success that underlined the prowess of Welsh trainer Evan Williams and the patience of his protective owners.
At times they rolled back the clock
to their Euro glory days, producing some sparkling stuff and scoring tries of the very highest quality.
Pushing that through would have rolled back the clock
to the 1930's when the Smoot Hawley trade act exacerbated the Great Depression.
He rolled back the clock
on Friday and wowed the crowd only to fall victim to the brutal Winged Foot course yesterday.
But Rio Ferdinand rolled back the clock
with the header which ended the 12-match unbeaten run of Rafael Benitez's side and once more installed Ferguson's men as favourites to finish runners-up to Chelsea.
But in a thriller, Sheringham rolled back the clock
before Harewood sealed West Ham's first win in six games.
WET Wet Wet rolled back the clock
yesterday for their first live performance for seven years.
HATTINGTON rolled back the clock
for owner Mick Channon and trainer Rodney Baker when winning the amateurs' handicap under Colm Sharkey, who is shortly to turn conditional and join Bob Buckler.
Former Albion boss Brian Little yesterday rolled back the clock
to sign one of his former Baggies players for Third Division Hull City.
ROB BURROW rolled back the clock
on his return to put Leeds within touching distance of a home semi-final.