Cockaigne

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Cockaigne

fabled land of luxury and idleness. [Medieval Legend: NCE, 589]
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But the Cats rallied to go in front 18-6 at the break thanks to touchdowns from Fox, Danny Kirmond and Ben Cockayne.
Dale, however, scored his second try after 47 minutes with further tries from Cockayne, two from Antony Tonks and a lastminute effort from Ian Hardman wrapping up the win.
Cockayne, axed by Hull KR for his off-field conduct, was unable to move to another Super League club so was snapped up by Rovers.
Cockayne, who joined Rovers from Doncaster in 2006, was fined and issued with a final warning in May for comments he made on a social networking site.
I have to protect the public from concerns about your attitude and your behaviour," she told Cockayne at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
CHAMPION: Princethorpe College teacher Sarah Cockayne.
Twenty-five-year-old Cockayne was remanded in custody earlier this week after admitting assault causing actual bodily harm during an incident in Normanton town centre in November 2007.
Mr Cockayne of Mentoring4Success said the interaction was down to the community environment at the Aston Science Park.
Taken together, this study suggests that the accumulation of oxidative stress-induced DNA lesions in genomic DNA of the CSB cells may contribute significantly to the pathogenesis of the human disorder Cockayne Syndrome.
Prior to joining Kodak, Cockayne was chief technology officer and co-founder of Scout Electromedia, a designer and manufacturer of wireless devices and services.
Cockayne is the only surviving member of the Rovers side beaten 50-0 by St Helens in 2006.
The visitors' tries came courtesy of Cockayne, Ken Sio and Kris Welham, the latter two's scores setting up the tense finish.