CAIG

AcronymDefinition
CAIGCost Analysis Improvement Group (US DoD)
CAIGChanghe Aircraft Industry Group (China)
CAIGCentralized Accident Investigation, Ground (US Army)
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Caig - now goalkeeping coach at Brunton Park - also got a close-up view of Claros and was equally impressed.
While Caig and Jupp qualified for today's all-round event, Romaeo's overall finish of 39th wasn't quite enough to follow in their footsteps.
Caig pleaded guilty to drink driving at Carlisle Magistrates Cour last week and was banned from the road for 23 months.
Caig was called upon again in the 51st minute saving well from the lively lone striker Furlong.
Falkirk sent on all three subs in quick succession but did very little to test Caig. Gretna's Yantorno was stretchered off at end after a collision with keeper Krul.
Ferguson, who went close with a 20-yard free-kick which Caig scrambled to safety, was behind every Rangers attack and their fans screamed for penalties when Danny Hall impeded Cousin and Naismith was then felled by Aurelien Collin.
However, Caig was to blame for Thistle's second when beaten low at his near post by Don Cowie's free-kick from 25 yards.
Caig (pictured below) was signed by Sir Bobby Robson as cover for Shay Given and Steve Harper in 2003, and has agreed a one-year contract with the Whitecaps.
Ingleby Barwick's David Botterill finished second in class B - behind Stewart Whyte and in front of Andrew Morrison - while David Cox of Darlington was second to Caig in class C, just ahead of John Parton.
But he has earmarked an experienced goalkeeper as a top priority and has targeted Pollitt and Caig.
But Albion equalised with a bizarre 76th-minute own goal by Andy O'Brien when an attempted clearance by Caig rebounded off the prostrate defender.
Bobby Caig, 66, was named yesterday as the victim of the three-vehicle smash on the Castle Douglas bypass in Dumfriesshire.