The day started off with a inter club friendly game. Sadly the turn out was disappointing, however those who did turn up seemed to look like they were enjoying themselves. Photos below of the ends, unfortunately no action shots as I was playing most of the game. The game saw some dynamic play particularly from Nick Hardy, who made a heroic dive along the floor to set Lianne up for a goal. Saw Carol Baker, logging like shes never logged before (Particularly unended keats on a number of occasions). Some horrendous Rugby tackled by Helen Kirby on Keats, fortunately the Umpires identified this and corrected the appauling behaviour Haha (Maybe it was me rugby tackling Kirby, but shhh). The game was David awarded Man of the Match for a fantastic display of skill and determination. Less could be said for Hannah Bates who spent most of the game talking and questioning various musicals on the west end. The final result is a good question but I believe the purple team won JUST!!!
Post game, it was over to the Rugby club where chip butties were eaten and drink consumed along with the appauling view of the Rugby player (How will I cope, having to put up with that every week next year, I am SURE i will COPE!.
Following our departure from the club house, people parted their own ways, some off to get ready for their evening antics, others(Me, Kirby and Bowlsy) decided to leisurely chill out in a hot tub for a couple of hours! People then met at 7(ISH) in the Final Whistle (Formally the Newcastle Arms); here we embrased the customers with our own rendition of Jerusalum and Land of Hope and glory, aswell as singing along to the entertainment which was Ian (Dave, George and what ever we decided to call him). It was clear that our presence wasnt welcome even with the flags and st Georges theme. The night extended from there... You had to be there to know what else happened WHAT GOES ON TOUR STAYS ON TOUR!!
Its been a pleasure once again guys. Keats