[Witney Gazette] - Although striker Scott Rendell and midfielder Mark Wilson have been at the club for two weeks since joining from Wycombe and Doncaster respectively, the big freeeze has meant they have yet to play for Chris Wilder's side.
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - But it is the exit door at the Keepmoat Stadium which has been busier in January with a number of players such as Richard Naylor, Mark Wilson, Ryan Mason, Jon Parkin and Dean Shiels all leaving the club and Saunders knows the departures will not stop
[Banbury Cake] - Oxford United boss Chris Wilder completed a busy transfer deadline day by signing former Doncaster Rovers midfielder Mark Wilson and Wycombe striker Scott Rendell. Wilson, 33 later this month, has joined on a permanent deal from the Championship side
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Gopperth spurned another kick at goal to find the corner and was rewarded with Mark Wilson being driven over for a 32nd-minute try and Gopperth converting for the half-time lead. Johnny Leota's stint in the sin-bin for a spear tackle on Ryan Shortland
[The Oxford Times] - New signings Scott Rendell, Mark Wilson and Mehdi Kerrouche are added to a squad missing the injured Alfie Potter (ankle), Tom Craddock and Jon-Paul Pittman (both hamstring injuries). Rendell, Kerrouche, Oli Johnson and James Constable are likely to
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - The home backs were sharper with fine displays from Burns and Jonny May but in the second half they were deprived of possession by a formidable Northampton pack that grew stronger as the game progressed, with Roger Wilson and Soane Tonga'uiha at the
[Yorkshire Evening Post] - By Leon Wobschall Celtic's Mark Wilson is poised to sign a loan deal with Leeds United until the end of the season - according to reports in Scotland. The 27-year-old right-back was signed from Dundee United five years ago by Gordon Strachan for
[Keighley News] - Full backs Mark Wilson and Joe Park were also keen to overlap as Longley hit a rasping drive just over. Hall Green had rarely threatened but they made the breakthrough when a quick throw-in released their left winger, who crossed hard and low for
[Yorkshire Evening Post] victory over a Celtic development side at Thorp Arch. United were handed a stern examination by a young Hoops side, who included Nigerian midfielder Rabiu Ibrahim, a recent signing from PSV Eindhoven and Scottish international defender Mark Wilson.
[Morpeth Herald] - Andrew McCabe (2), Mark Wilson, Jamie Luckley and Peter Alloway all scored in the win. Village Inn, Longframlington and Amble Dock Hotel also earned wins to keep on the tail of the leaders, Village Inn won 2-0 against East Chevington, and the Dock won
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - LEAVING the changeable local weather behind, Osprey found themselves in a world of their own on a Saffron Walden lake where Mark Wilson had of carp on pellet followed by Barry Earnshaw and Matt Grant 53lb. CARP and bream for saw John
[Doncaster Today] - Saunders is also thought to be keen to loan out Mark Wilson, while defender Richard Naylor has been told his contract will not be renewed. Willie McKay has told Kilmarnock that Dean Shiels is wanted back at Doncaster when his loan deal ends on January
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Roger Wilson says he is going back home to have one last crack at getting into the Ireland team. Wilson comes from a long line of internationals with his grandfather, Harry McKibbin and his two uncles, Harry Jnr and Alastair, having also represented
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Chris Ashton, Roger Wilson and James Downey are set to join Saracens, Ulster and Munster this summer. The absence of that talented trio would leave a substantial hole in the Saints squad despite the fact there is now increased strength in depth.
[ESPN.co.uk] - Martin Roberts and Roger Wilson of the Northampton Saints talk to ESPN about playing the upcoming rounds without key players. (01:41) February 10, News, interviews and analysis from ESPN's televised matches. Sale Sharks Worcester Warriors
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - With the announcement of the departures of Roger Wilson and Chris Ashton, followed by the heavy loss in the Heineken Cup against Munster and finally the drubbing at Bath last weekend, it does appear that the Saints star is on the wane.
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - And with experienced Irish pair Roger Wilson and James Downey moving on, Saints boss Jim Mallinder is pleased to be holding on to one of his senior players. The 32-year-old lock has already passed the 50-appearance mark for Saints and has experienced
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Munster confirmed the signing of James Downey on a two-year contract and the exit of the 30-year-old follows the news that Roger Wilson and Chris Ashton are leaving at the end of the season. Downey has become a stalwart of the Saints side since signing
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Narraway, who has just been called into the England EPS squad for the Six Nations, would be viewed as a direct replacement for departing No.8 Roger Wilson. Wilson is returning to former club Ulster for next season, leaving a big void which needs
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Chris Ashton's exit for Saracens may leave a bitter taste in some mouths, but Roger Wilson's return to Ulster looks, at this stage, a bigger cause for concern for next season. Luke Narraway has been talked of as a replacement and fits the Jim Mallinder
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Downey follows Roger Wilson back to Ireland and Mallinder admits it is a blow for the club as they are not only quality performers at the top level, but guaranteed to be at the club throughout the season. “Those two will be hard to replace because they
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Lawes had a glorious chance to make up for his mistake as Roger Wilson tapped a penalty to send the England lock playing in the back row hurtling up the left flank. He ignored Vasily Artemyev on his outside and went for the line, only to drop the ball
[Stratford Observer] - David Smyth (114th, ), Emma Bexson (120th, ), Roger Wilson (202nd, ) were the others who decided that just one race in a weekend is not enough. This was Emma's fourth race already in She finished 12 seconds ahead of David at a
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Those fans who have been complaining about England call-ups and a seeming lack of new signings to replace stalwarts like Roger Wilson and James Downey, need to keep the faith. In years to come we may look back and say this was the breakthrough season
Professor Roger Wilson was Head of the Chelsea College of Art, University of the Arts London and later Head of Fine Art at the Glasgow School of Art. Before that he worked in various colleges and universities in the UK, America and Europe. He has exhibited extensively and has a significant ...