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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Coad faces a fitness test on a sore shin and Tim Bresnan is absent due to the impending birth of his third child but Yorkshire have great bowling depth with Jack Brooks and Ryan Sidebottom leading the attack.
com reports that other than his sore shin, he is healthy all throughout.
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.
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 has revealed a sore shin was to blame for Fundamentalist's poor display of jumping.
Nigel Twiston-Davies says a sore shin was to blame for Fundamentalist's poor display of jumping at Cheltenham on Saturday.