Four represented David Pipe and three Charlie Mann, while Noel Meade, Nicky Henderson, Howard Johnson, Edward
O'Grady, Gordon Elliott, Adrian Maguire, Charlie Swan, Nigel Twiston-Davies, Charlie Egerton, Dessie Hughes, Michael Cunningham and Oliver Sherwood also got in on the act.
Bronze winners: Joseph Botham, Zoe Bromage, Bethany Dean, Matthew Garbett, Louise Hanson, Joshua Johnson, Edward
Kimberley, Stuart Missen, Paul Nutting, Kimberley Parker, Sameer Shaikh, David Sharpe, Drew Smillie-Blake, Ryan Suart, Adam Taylorson, Jamie Urquhart, Emily Vine, David Vorajee, Michael Wellington and Harry Williams.
Hard-working James Banks earned grafter award and Jack Johnson, Edward
Kaye and William Clough made good metres, while Seb Hanson, Ryan Hellawell and Shane Boltwood made crucial tackles.
There is a considerable critical bibliography on this matter by scholars such as Frederick de Armas, George Mariscal, Georgina Dopico Black, Jacques Lezra, Mary Gossy, Anne Cruz, Carroll Johnson, Edward
Friedman, Harry Velez Quinones, Jose Cartagena Calderon, Sherry Velasco, Peter Thompson, Sidney Donnell, Julio Gonzalez Ruiz, and John Beusterien, among others.
At a Westminster press conference, Mr Price said that so far just three Tory MPs -- Boris Johnson, Edward
Garnier and Nigel Evans -- had said they would back the move along with the nine Scottish and Welsh nationalists.
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As the second half started there were good ball handling skills from Shane Boltwood, Jack Johnson, Edward
Kaye and notably James Banks (Man of the Match) and William Clough (Grafter) who both worked solidly for the full 40 minutes.
From front left, Robert Baxter-Kaneen, Kat Page and Jess Urwin; back from left, Iris Lee-Marshall, Adam Johnson, Edward
Barber, Isobel Sticklee and Lawrie McLeod.