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Quins were run ragged early on and the deadlock was broken when scrum half Rhys Downes scored a fine try after 16 minutes, converted by Iain Smerdon.
After an appalling first period in which Fulham deservedly went behind, Danny Murphy and Bobby Zamora netted penalties either side of a Dempsey brace as the Magpies were run ragged.
Sporting spokesman Wayne Lincoln explained: "Never mind United being run ragged at Wembley - we were getting kicked to death with the relentless passing of Xavi and Iniesta which saw their player performance market go through the roof.
The Methil side were run ragged by a rampant Spiders but four goals in a 15-minute second half spell saw them leap to third in the table.
And the one-time Everton skipper, Wales's most accomplished defender of the past 30 years, added: "He was run ragged at times in the first half in Russia.
Salomon Kalou and Joe Cole were also on target at Stamford Bridge as the Rams, 10 points adrift at the bottom, were run ragged.
The celebrations began and the Oxford defence was run ragged as Craig Hignett beat the offside trap to shoot in off a post and added his second and Boro's fourth from another Merson cross.
WORCESTER looked a shadow of the side that troubled champions Wasps six days ago as they were run ragged by former England wing Ben Cohen.
Graeme Morrison then weighed in with his first Scotland try and Lamont followed suit soon after as Japan were run ragged.
Halifax were run ragged but narrowed the gap late on through two late touch downs.
Colin Hamilton 3 Left-back was run ragged by Tavernier time and again as Rangers commanded wide areas.
It was a nightmare for Villa defender Ron Vlaar, run ragged by Mane (right).
Surely it can't be the cluttered space, their mismatched decor, the crazy figurines in the guests' living room, or the fact that Gill is run ragged by the demands of work and family life?
However, it was apparent they were very understaffed and run ragged.