finishing fourth in the men's 40km points race, the 18-year-old was part of the 4000m team pursuit along with Jon Mould, Luke Rowe and Rhys Lloyd who were controversially disqualified.
Inzamam-ul-Haq's final appearance for Pakistan ended in disappointment as he fell agonisingly
short of becoming his country's leading run scorer of all time as South Africa sealed a 1-0 series victory with a draw.
England came agonisingly
close to victory in the First Test and will be determined to press home any advantage this time.
He started the day that far behind Dean Hornby of Hull, who agonisingly
had second-placed Rooster Booster running for him in the same race.
LIVERPOOL were agonisingly
close to another European miracle last night - but came up just short.
Skipper Warburton saw red in the 19th minute of the semi in Auckland for a spear tackle on France's Vincent Clerc and Wales missed out agonisingly
That meant Laird finished 31st in the FedEx Cup standings, agonisingly
missing out on a top-30 place which would have secured him a place at last week's Tour Championship at East Lake.
JANE Chapple-Hyam is hoping Secret Asset can gain compensation for agonisingly
missing the cut at Royal Ascot when liningup for the Gosforth Park Cup at Newcastle tomorrow.
Martin Boyle nearly nabbed a late winner for the home side when he met a Campbell free-kick but his effort slid agonisingly
wideandMontrose'shopesofvictoryendedwhenDarylNicolwas sent off in 87 minutes after picking up a second yellow card.
pretty, it was one of Ford's lost opportunities and, given how hot supercars have become, would have sold out in seconds.
CRAIG BELLAMY may have upset many with his outburst after the wretched 2-0 defeat to Finland on Saturday, but the Wales captain is always a welcome relief from the agonisingly
dull world of Premier League footballers.
Massa (inset right) came agonisingly
close to taking the championship five months ago, only to lose out by a single point to Lewis Hamilton.
DARLINGTON Mowden Park we nt agonisingly
close to joining Tynedale in earning promotion to National Two in the weekend's vital play-off against Cind erfo rd, but lost out by one point 15-14.
And Plymouth's - last year's quarter finalists -Peter Halmosi, by far the game's outstanding player, shot agonisingly
wide minutes from the end keeping David James by far the busier of the keepers.
The home side almost grabbed a spectacular winner through Alan Reid in 68 minutes but he volleyed agonisingly
wide from 30 yards.