sore shin

sore shin

[′sȯr ′shin]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of cowpea, cotton, tobacco, and other plants, beyond the seedling stage, marked by annular growth of the pathogen on the stem at the groundline.
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TELESCOPE has been ruled out of the Investec Derby due to a sore shin, his trainer Sir Michael Stoute revealed at Epsom.
He is again named in the Prestatyn 12 despite being troubled by a sore shin and knee following his Minor Counties appearance for Wales at Abergavenny this week.
He will not blame a sore shin for an 0-2 record in five spring appearances.
Agbonlahor limped off with a calf problem in last weekend's 1-0 victory over leaders Chelsea and El Ahmadi was left with a sore shin following a horror tackle by Ramires.
And, according to The Sun, he lost it again when asked about Craig Gardner's tackle on Cesc Fabregas which left the Arsenal skipper with a very sore shin.
However both are named in the party to travel to The Oval, along with James Harris, who has undergone treatment on a sore shin.
Viduka has been having treatment for an Achilles injury, while Queudrue is recovering from a sore shin that forced him to hobble off against Xanthi on Thursday.
Nigel Twiston-Davies has revealed a sore shin was to blame for Fundamentalist's poor display of jumping.
Anthony Peacock is nursing a sore shin following a horrendous challenge from Mark Hughes, which earned the Everton defender a yellow card.
Nigel Twiston-Davies says a sore shin was to blame for Fundamentalist's poor display of jumping at Cheltenham on Saturday.
England's excitement over the return of Simon Jones to top-level international cricket is on hold after he reported back from the A tour in India with a sore shin.
Seam bowler Naqaash Tahir, troubled by a sore shin of late, is scheduled to play for the Second XI against Lancashire at Moseley next week.