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The full-back added a second shortly after, but the tide looked to be turning Durham's way when UWE lock Ben Chan was sin-binned for pulling down a maul.
uk Global Banking News - 30 June 2011 Ben Chan, senior vice president of business planning and strategy at the Hong Kong unit of HSBC Holdings Plc (LSE: HSBA), has opined that FDI issuance in Chinese yuan could boost bond issuance outside mainland China.
Crawshay's: Sam Batty, Panash Rushesha, Jack Thorburn, Richard Bloomfield (all Llandovery College), Dean Howells, Lloyd Thomas, Dylan Crisp (Ospreys), Steff Morgan, Matthew Bevington, Garin Vivian, Gareth Kemp (Dragons), Jonny Morgan (Northampton Colts), Scott Gibson (Coleg Sir Gar), Jake Isles, Nathan Bowen, Jake Simm (Scarlets), Ben Chan, George Vance, Ross Moriarty (Hartpury College), Tom Dewland, Ben Scott-Thomas, George Lee (Monmouth School), Chris Lacey, Eithen Lewis (Blues), Will Burton, Joe James (Christ College, Brecon), Graham Hale (Neath/Pt Talbot College), Ollie Roberts (Kennett School).
Flanker Marius Andrijauskas and Lithuanian international Matt Guseimov also scored for the visitors with Ben Chan and winger Chris Kells adding the extras.
The home side relied on Derek Traynor, who completed his hat-trick when he beat Ben Chan.
The fly half narrowed the deficit to a point with a penalty before Ben Chan crossed to give the visitors a 16-10 interval lead.
It was inefficient and difficult to get adequate levels of reporting and to respond quickly to the needs of our customers," said Ben Chan, Director of Division Business Systems, Flexible Packaging, Sonoco.
CAPTION(S): SAFETY FIRST: Tutors Sian McArthur, Stephen Smillie and David Wilkinson with Calderstones School pupils Jake Thompson, Tom McKenna and Ben Chan on the cyclists' training scheme run by Liverpool Active Cities