BOSC


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BOSCBusiness Operations and Supply Chain (various locations)
BOSCBioinformatics Open Source Conference
BOSCBase Operating Support Contract
BOSCBank of Scotland Corporate (UK)
BOSCBase Operating Services Contract
BOSCBase Operating Support Cost
BOSCBasic Operating Services Contract
BOSCBelgium Oldies Special Club (car association)
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Yet once again, the Giants were unable to hold on to a lead, and after conceding back-to-back penalties close to their line, the pressure finally paid when Remi Casty collected five metres out and charged over for Thomas Bosc to convert.
Bosc was the next on the scoresheet as he reacted the quickest when Martin Gleeson knocked his pass back towards his own line.
Ryan Hudson gave the hosts an eight-point lead just after the break but David Ferrioll charged on to Aaron Gorrell's pass to narrow the gap before Bosc pushed the Dragons ahead and Jamal Fakir added the finishing touch.
Bosc said: "We have improved a lot since our debut in Super League and I'm sure that we will progress.
Bosc added five goals with Justin Murphy, the ex-Widnes winger, bagging four touchdowns to equal the play-off record held by Bradford's Lesley Vainikolo and Shontayne Hape.
With the retirement of Stacey Jones, Bosc was handed the opportunity to fill the considerable gap in the halves for the 2008 season, a task he has so far managed with aplomb, so much so that he has attracted the attention of France's big spending rugby union sides.
Quick passing allowed Murphy to cut inside Lee Mitchell before Martin Gleeson's misfortune allowed Bosc to stretch the lead.
The Dragons dominated the opening quarter but they only had a Bosc penalty to show for it.
General contractors for restructuring work of EPS remediation system Bosc Roger Roumois Saint Ouen du Tilleul.