half header

half header

half header
A brick, or cement block, either cut longitudinally into two equal parts or cut into four parts by cutting these halves transversely; used to close the work at the end of a course.
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LEE HUNT's second half header sealed a first win for Bala Town on their newly laid 3G pitch at Maes Tegid - while keeping Newtown rooted to the foot of the table.
Andrew Johnson (off for Defoe, 80): Tireless display but lacked the spark to silence the doubters, and missed a golden second half header. 6
LIAM RIDGEWELL ensured Aston Villa ended a disappointing Premiership season on a high with a second half header to see off relegated Sunderland.
That is how close both camps feel the return tie will be after Cardiff striker Peter Thorne's solitary second- half header at Ninian Park on Saturday secured the Welshmen a slender first-legadvantage.
A first half header from Owen and a curling free kick from skipper Beckham after the break gave England the points.
The Reds striker gave an all round show of strength, power and ability to lead the line and gave Sunderland a torrid time as he powered home a first half header to steal the points and extend Liverpool's lead at the top of the table to two points.
MICHAEL Owen salutes the travelling England faithful after scoring the first half header which set his side on the way to an uninspiring 2-0 win over European Championship minnows Leichtenstein.
Richie Newall netted twice in the second half while Matty Owen, with a first half header, Adam Szewczyk and Peter Williams were the other scorers.
ANDY Spencer's first half header made sure Bedworth Eagles Boys under- 10s retained the Hinckley Carnival seven-a-side Trophy at the weekend.
WINGER Kevin Webster secured a narrow success for the hosts with a fine first half header.
Meanwhile Belgium's Marc Wilmots says the Jamaican referee apologised for chalking off his first- half header against Brazil.
Carl Lamb's first half header on 35 minutes had puttheunderdogs ahead.