COLWYN BAY 0 FC HALIFAX 0 IN a break from league action, Colwyn Bay's hopes of making FA Trophy progress were blown off course
by a destructive wind at Llanelian Road.
The 26-year-old German was blown off course
in gusts of over 30mph in his pursuit of Lee Westwood at the top of the rankings and finished the day eight strokes off the pace.
Struggling in gusts of more than 30mph, the 26-year-old German was blown off course
in his pursuit of Lee Westwood at the top of the rankings and finished the day eight strokes off the pace.
MY point about wind power being an investment in the future seems to have been blown off course
, towards Brazil, according to A Ferguson of Berwick-upon-Tweed.
ANDY MURRAY admitted he was blown off course
by the windy conditions as he crashed to a 6-1 6-2 defeat by Rafael Nadal in the final of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells last night.
He said: "I'm on course and I'm not going to be blown off course
The bird was blown off course
and ended up in the back garden of an RAC controller in Staffordshire, who asked driver Darren Alderson to drop it off on a visit back to his family in County Durham.
WEST BROM'S First Division title drive was blown off course
by gale-force winds yesterday.
The navy's newest warship suffered major damage yesterday after it was hit by a ferry which was blown off course
, according to a Royal Navy spokesman.
Hundreds of young competitors watched in horror as judge Sue Bishop was pierced by the seven-foot long spear after it was blown off course
by a gust of wind.
A sky-diving Christmas elf blown off course
by wind gusts landed atop a 1-year-old Friday, leaving her with head injuries.
St Andrews 2010: Equals the lowest round in Major history with a 63 only to be blown off course
by an 80 on Friday.
BANBRIDGE Town Juniors and Newmill Youth were not blown off course
by the strong wind and heavy rain when they shared six goals in the under-15 section of the Daily Mirror Lisburn Junior Invitational League.
It can't be blown off course
by instability abroad and so it's vital we use it for our low-carbon, energy security.
Chancellor George Osborne: 'We won't be blown off course
by one month of bad weather'