24.02.2012 [BBC News] - Ramsden added: "You've got players like Paul King and James Houston and you've got Tommy Haughey, who's got a fantastic offload game and these players are really good for us. "But we've just got to be a bit more controlled with it.
19.04.2012 [Drogheda Independent] - ST FECHINS: Mark Savage; Niall Mccabe, David Collier, Richard Mcdonnell; Mark Hynes, Harry Mcardle, Paul Dillon; John Mcglew, Ryan Sheridan; Niall Devlin, James Devereaux, Jamie King; Colm O'neill, Brian Devlin, Ronan Holcroft 0-8. Subs: Paul King for
23.04.2012 [BBC News] - Despite tries from James Houston, John Davies and Paul King, the Knights are still awaiting their first league win. "We did a lot better today. We need the things we're training to do to come off in a game to give the lads confidence," Ramsden told BBC
31.01.2012 [Palladium-Item] - RICHMOND, Ind. - George P. King, age 82, of Richmond, went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Sunday, January 29, 2012. Born June 2, 1929, in Chattanooga, Tenn., to James M. and Anis Gilreath King, he lived in Richmond most of his life.
21.04.2012 [The Press, York] - “We appreciate this was the same for Dewsbury (who were also spared relegation) but long-term injuries to key players such as Paul King, Waine Pryce and James Haynes have certainly not helped our cause. “Once we get our near first-choice team on the
16.04.2012 [The Press, York] - Paul King and Brett Turner joined the injured list before the game, Jon Gay was ruled out due to work, and captain James Ford departed dazed after knocks to a shoulder, knee and the head. Thorman added: “We just have to dig in, stay positive and keep
21.02.2012 [The Press, York] - The Knights began their Northern Rail Cup campaign with a 29-18 win at Doncaster on Sunday, despite leaving prop star Paul King and full-back James Haynes out of the side. Both remain doubts on Thursday as King could be given more time to allow his
18.02.2012 [The Press, York] - He has a couple of injury doubts to consider – the most notable being Paul King and James Haynes – but he also revealed it would take time to decide a first-choice 17. Asked if the players on show tomorrow would, injuries aside, represent his strongest
03.05.2012 [NW Evening Mail] - Away leg results: Liam Howard 21 Danny Towning 19; Paul Clark 19 Gary Foulkes 21; Colin Evans 16 Paul King 21; Martin Lavender 10 Darren Cookson 21; Richard Allen 21 Adam Mellor 20; James Duffin 20 Luke Thompson 21; Steven Waugh 13 Craig Oddy 21;