bragging rights


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bragging rights

pl n
notional privileges that are gained by defeating a close rival
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30PM LINLITHGOW ROSE star Tommy Coyne already has bragging rights over his famous dad in the Scottish Junior Cup.
CRADLEY and Birmingham will battle for local bragging rights in the biggest meeting of the National League season at Monmore Green tomorrow (7.
FANS may have local bragging rights firmly on their mind ahead of today's cross-border derby clash, but Wrexham manager Gary Mills is targeting nothing but the three points.
The striker (inset) became the first Argyle striker to score a hat-trick in a Devon derby as Sheridan's men comfortably won the bragging rights.
The stand out game was a close encounter between first placed Bangkok who were looking to extend their lead, against Dem Lads who needed a win to keep the pressure on the leaders The fierce rivalry between both sides is no secret, as bragging rights as well the the points were equally as important in this one.
PAUL Lambert reckons the Villa Park faithful could give his side the edge as they attempt to secure bragging rights over Albion for the first time in seven attempts tonight.
Additionally, there are several bonus rounds and the person who has garnered the most points at the end of each episode, wins “Total Bragging Rights.
Despite this, bragging rights has received limited attention in tourism research.
CPP Coventry Blaze are looking to retain their bragging rights this weekend as they head into battles with rivals new and old.
Have a look at our head to heads and see who has got the bragging rights.
SCOTT GRIX is confident he will have the bragging rights when he goes head-to-head with younger brother Simon for the very first time in a Super League game this weekend.
Having been born and bred on the Shankill, and having worked in a nearby factory alongside current Foundry boss Colin Martin, McMinn knows all about bragging rights among friends.