I sat in the back row
of seats, under the shadow of the gallery, where I could see him without his seeing me.
Eager faces strained round pillars and corners, to get a sight of him; spectators in back rows
stood up, not to miss a hair of him; people on the floor of the court, laid their hands on the shoulders of the people before them, to help themselves, at anybody's cost, to a view of him--stood a-tiptoe, got upon ledges, stood upon next to nothing, to see every inch of him.
For being in one of the back rows
of the King's Bench the other day, with a pen in my hand, the fancy came into my head to try how I had preserved that accomplishment.
STUART Barnes believes back row
selection alone could decide Wales' clash with England on the second weekend of the Six Nations.
The South African, who has been capped twice by Ireland, has played the majority of his 195 club games in the back row
as either a flanker or No8.
We are pretty steady at the moment in terms of the squad, but another back or back row
forward would be nice.
The picture shows, back row
, from left: J Butler, J Peacock, A Tattersdill, E Hodgson, F Howells, B Luck, I Augrell and D Olley.
The 6ft 3ins flanker, who can play anywhere across the back row
, enjoyed a superb season as the Titans reached the play-offs - he was named their player of the season and was nominated for the Championship player of the year award, as well as earning a spot in the 2014/15 Dream Team.
GREGOR TOWNSEND has agreed extended deals with Ryan Wilson and James Eddie as he moves to add depth to Glasgow Warriors' already competitive back row
Wilson has penned a two-year extension while Eddie has signed a new 12-month agreement.
The home front row played like back row
forwards, the back row
like centres and the backs were just too hot for Town to handle, scoring ten of the tries themselves, the others coming from their back row
and several of them from deep positions.
He is likely to team up with Fulgence Ouedraogo and Louis Picamoles in the back row
I would be more than happy to play anywhere in the back row
with Wales," said the Blues man.