DARREN SUTHERLAND chalked up
the second win of his pro career after stopping Belarusian super middleweight Siarhei Navarka in round three in Wigan on Friday night.
chalk up 1 : to attribute to a supposed cause or source <Her mistakes can be chalked up
Meanwhile, the Northumberland Enterprise Fund - which helps local people make their business ideas a reality - has chalked up
its 1,000th applicant since being launched two and a half years ago.
Coalville chalked up
a 3-1 win over struggling Biddulph Victoria in the only Travel Factory Alliance fixture, thanks to goals from Lee McGlinchey, Danum Russell and a Neil Pestridge own goalHereford United came through an early scare to book their place in the FA Trophy quarter-finals against Hucknall Town after a 4-2 win over Eastwood Town last night.
Bt chalked up
a further milestone today in its bid to focus on new wave technologies with news of a record quarter for broadband connections.
FOLLOWING early-season slip-ups, Northampton have now lost just once in their last six away games and chalked up
victory number five on their travels with a comfortable success at Layer Road, thanks to goals from top scorer Jamie Forrester and Steve Howard.
The seasoned choreographer Soile Lahdenpera was represented by a far too harmonious quartet called Memories--Now, a piece best chalked up
as an honorable failure.