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 Vets Hall of Fame  The Vets Archives       updated  Sunday 20th October 2019 - 23:50    The Vets Archives    Vets Hall of Fame

Sunday 29th September 2019 : Looks like the Vets Sunday Football call to arms is working well, 14 bodies turning out this evening . Team of the week where the Pink Ladies, so called due to Skipper Anthony Graham’s neon pink socks. This Team only lost one game all night  with a fair amount of nervous drawn matches to boot. Kelwyn Whittaker provided an excellent foil for the rampant Anthony Graham who seemed to score at will in his magic stockings, nutmegs a plenty, low shots, high shots, long shots as he took the games by storm. (Maybe we should all get a pair of Pink socks). Frank Pleszak played the link up man along with Mark Warner once again claiming some quality goals as the evening progressed.
Mary’s Moaners were tonight’s draw masters 2-2’s and 1-1’s as they struggled to score more than two goals a game all evening. The couple of wins they did chalk up came against the Young Guns, Ronnie Dooley and Chris Podmore scoring and working hard for their win. Paulo Garner also got a token goal, but for all their effort Keith Mastin and Jonboy Goodwin fired blanks over the 90 minutes.
The Young Guns took a few games to get going then exploded into life giving the team of the week a bloody nose. Dan Bailey play maker on the same wave length most of the time with Mike Cole both smashing home some good goals. Dave Brown had us whooping from the gallery with an angled drive into the corner of the net, however this was over shadowed by a wonder strike and goal of the night by Ben Ransom with a top corner net buster . Making his Debut for the Young Guns was Ben Innes who fitted in well with his team mates. He too could challenge for the best goal of the evening with a long range cracker after a flowing move. More of the same next week please gents.
 

 Mary's Moaners  
 Keith Mastin
 Ronnie Dooley
 Paul Garner
 Chris Podmore
 John Goodwin
 
 The Young Guns  
 
Dan Bailey
 Ben Ransom
 Mike Cole

 Ben Innes

 Dave Brown
 

 The Pink Ladies  
Anthony Graham
Kelwyn Whittaker
Mark Warner
Frank Pleszak



 

 With City and United both beaten this afternoon, unsurprisingly the turnout was low and sales for Kleenex tissues was high. Luckily with the influx of the Hitler Youth we still managed 10 bodies. John Goodwin transferring over to the Strollers and Mike Cole debuting for the Moaners in an attempt to even up the age gap. The first two hotly contested games both went to the wire finishing 10-9 on both occasions to the Strollers. Remarkably John Goodwin scored the winning goal in both matches. One a perfectly angled side footer and the other a vicious low drive.
The first Match saw Ronnie Dooley and Chris Podmore score some crackers. Mike Cole also found the onion bag. However it was the Strollers who pegged the Moaners back, Dan Bailey and the hard working Nick Lloyd doing the damage. The second match saw the Strollers inflict even more agony on the Moaners. Kelwyn Whittaker and Anthony Graham scoring at will leading the match 7-1. The Moaners rallied Paulo and Keith managing to get on the score sheet. Ronnie Dooley dragging his team mates along. It was not to be however the afore mentioned John Goodwin spoiling the party.
Tired limbs made the last 10 minutes less of a contest with the Strollers again leading this unfinished match as the final whistle blew.
Poor old Mike Cole ended the night in the blood bin after a classic Jonboy and the wall moment. Most of Mikes elbow skin adding to the mortar of the leisure centre brick work.(ouch !!)
Hopefully Three teams next week, come on boys lets be having you.

Stuck in the Etihad traffic yesterday so missed the contest although still  injured. What would we do without our intrepid guest writer, I can't thank him enough for his contributions. I'm sure next week we'll be back to three teams and  I'll be making a return depending on hospital tests this week.
 

 Mary's Moaners  
 Keith Mastin
 Ronnie Dooley
 Paul Garner
 Chris Podmore
 Mike Cole
 
 The Strollers  
 
Dan Bailey
 Kelwyn Whittaker
 Anthony Graham
 John Goodwin
 
Nick Lloyd

 

 


 

 

 


 

Sunday 13th October 2019 : I was back in action tonight and what a session with 14 lads in three petty equal squads. The football was to put it mildly quite exceptional with Mary's Moaners finishing the night as top team. Maybe they lost two games and drew a couple but overall their play was similar to Japans rugby team today (a sensational victory over Scotland). Slick passing and aggressive pressing was the order of the night with some quite exceptional finishing especially from Scottish Express Ronnie Dooley and Quick Fire Chris Podmore. However it was Cameron Shaw standing in for Paulo Garner who inspired a great team performance from the Moaners with his consistently accurate passing and an eye for goal. The Young Pretenders looked to have the best team on paper but just failed to gel, with two United shirts on display this looked parr for the course. Anthony Graham and Dan Bailey did manage to fire in a couple of brahmers, Anthony's from his own half. My Strollers played some excellent football with Andy Brown playing out of his skin but too often when the goal chances were presented we failed to hit the target. Having said that we did manage a few wins and a couple of draws but also found ourselves on the end of a 9-1 drubbing at the hands (or feet) of Mary's Moaners.
Overall a really entertaining session so for more of the same next week get yourselves down to the Leisure Centre.
 

 Mary's Moaners  
 Keith Mastin
 Ronnie Dooley
 Cameron Shaw
 Chris Podmore
 John Goodwin
 
 Young Pretenders 
 
Dan Bailey
 Anthony Graham
 Mike Cole

 Ben Innes 

 The Strollers  
Graham Levine

Kelwyn Whittaker
Andy Brown
Frank Pleszak
Malc Hough


 

Sunday 20th October 2019 : Man United v Liverpool affected tonight's attendance although credit to Kel, Anthony and Andy for choosing to play instead of watching "the worlds biggest game" don't mention that to Barcelona or Madrid or even West Brom or Birmingham. Anyway we kicked off with late arrival Ben Ransom slotting in to Mary's Moaners to make them a six. The Strollers were playing some real quality stuff with the boys passing and moving to great effect. In fact quite surprisingly they built up what seemed an unassailable 7-1 lead. Andy Brown was playing like a man possessed winning tackles, laying it off and scoring some excellent goals. With Kelwyn buzzing about getting into spaces things were looking good for the Strollers. However, you can't keep Mary's down for too long and as Rocket Ronnie Dooley ripped in one of his toe pokers they suddenly started a come back. 7-1 became 7-5 and The Strollers needed some inspiration. Up stepped Graham Levine who fired in a screamer into the net instead of his customary roof shot and this steadied the Strollers who went on to win 10-6. In the second rubber Mary's hit back although tired legs lead to the Strollers making some basic errors which Mary's took advantage of. Ben Ransom came more and more into the game netting a couple or three quality goals to add to Jonboy Goodwin's brace and a subdued Podders suffering from man flu added his share in a 10-7 win. In the final game The Strollers were definitely feeling the pace with Anthony Graham and Kelwyn running on empty but still plodding away. Mistakes gave Mary's all the encouragement they needed and even Zsu Zsu Mastin got into the act with a fine strike from an acute angle. In fact I noticed tonight that the old Cockney Hippie who turned 72 this week was instrumental in many of Mary's moves with some raking passes and he was a cool presence in defence too. Paulo Garner was so busy in defence tonight that he didn't manage to get the better of me in nets although he was the only one. I think Mary's won the last rubber 10-5 to earn the honour of top team for the night. Anyway a really good nights footy was had by all and hopefully the Liverpool and United boys will return next week and we'll be back to three teams.

 Mary's Moaners  
 Keith Mastin
 Ronnie Dooley
 Paul Garner
 Chris Podmore
 John Goodwin
 Ben Ransom

 The Strollers  
Graham Levine
Kelwyn Whittaker
Andy Brown
Anthony Graham
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