Keeper Murray, agonisingly forced out of the play-off semi-final with Albion due to a shoulder injury, and midfielder Henry, absent since March with a bruised spleen, are confident of getting straight
into full training when Wolves report back on Tuesday.
It was our understanding that Whitehaven playing at Carlisle was not part of the criteria but the Rugby League have told us it is, so we have to accept that and concentrate on getting straight
back up again.
Our trainees are extremely happy with the content of the course and the proof of its effectiveness is the numbers of people getting straight
back into work ( its great to see seven of our trainees reaching their goals so quickly and we're certain that this number will increase significantly in the very near future.
They have just had a successful season getting straight
back into the Football League.
That showed the benefit of playing good quality pre-season games, so we are looking forward to getting straight
back into it," he said.
Our daughter has left home and I am finally getting straight
, so it's time to sort out our financial affairs.
MARCO AMBROSIO admits Chelsea's Champions League dream is over - and is worried they might now blow their chances of getting straight
back into the competition.
We have students getting straight
A's and performing horribly,'' said Mike Wagner, a Reseda High teacher who coordinates the school's homeroom program where students study test-taking skills and review course work.
The things that used to be commonplace are now celebrated -- losing that first tooth, getting straight
As, promotions, reunions, graduations and more.
It's like getting straight
back on a horse if you fall off.
Harking back to when I did A-levels - which is more years ago than I care to remember - people getting straight
As in all their subjects were few and far between.
JUGGLING the demands of single motherhood and sitting three A-levels sounds a tall order but it did not stop Kerry Hughes from getting straight
TONY McCOY will waste no time getting straight
back into action today at Plumpton, as committed as ever to reaching new heights, writes Jon Lees.
All our children would be getting straight
A's and the schools would not be in the dismal state they are now in.
Things that used to be commonplace events are now celebrated - losing a first tooth, getting straight
A's, promotions, reunions, graduations and more.