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Claymores put 'em to the sword; GRIDIRON: Scoops shines in sun as Dahlquist's men down Dragons
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Evening Times - Glasgow (UK)
Author: Lindsay, Matthew
Date: Jun 2, 2003
Start Page: 50
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"As the season goes on, guys inevitably pick up knocks and complain about aches and injuries and their body being sore. But [Scott Couper] is an inspiration to the Claymores team. When you see him out there, day after day, still doing it at his age it lifts everybody. It spurs you on.

[JOHN MINARDI] added: "Having a Glaswegian in the squad has been very important for us. He has so much experience on the Claymores team and helps all the players out, on and off the pitch. It also means a lot to the local community having a native Scot on the team.

Against the joint NFL Europe leaders, they romped to the second highest away win ever through touchdowns from Couper, Minardi, Maurice Hicks and Ken Simonton. Rob Hart became the league's second highest ever points scorer with six Pats and one field goal.

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