Ne'erday


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Ne'erday

(ˈnerde)
n
Scot New Year's Day
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There had been a hectic rush on the shops earlier in the day, and hundreds of people were still queuing outside off-licences for their Ne'erday bottles at around 9.
MICK FITZGERALD will be part of the new ITV racing team when ITV's contract kicks in on Ne'erday.
Murrayfield stages the first leg of the Pro12 derby double-header, with the return clash on Ne'erday.
ABUSED by Celtic fans in the Ne'erday clash in 1988 days after moving to Ibrox and Rangers' first black player was greeted with bananas on his first visit to Tynecastle the same year.
But he added: "After that Ne'erday defeat I'm desperate to experience what it is like to win against Celtic.
The result of the Ne'erday Old Firm clash has often swayed the title race but, as ever, O'Neill refuses to go overboard on the significance of a single game.
A GOOD spring clean is the ideal way to blow away the cobwebs on Ne'erday.
Celtic 1, Rangers 3 Premier League, Jan 1, 1992 1 THE most memorable goal of my career came in the Ne'erday Old Firm derby at Parkhead.
THE traditional Ne'erday Old Firm clash returns after an absence of three years.
NE'ERDAY is a special time for Scots, and for Scottish football too and maybe as we move towards 2003 things are not as bad as they are often painted.
His former Easter Road team mates travel to Tynecastle on Thursday, as the Capital claims the Ne'erday spotlight.
THE Welsh National looks like going ahead this Saturday after Chepstow was reported to be in a similar condition to Ne'erday revellers and drying out.