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Best 5 a side goal ever



New Mills Vets  5 a side football at the
Leisure Centre New Mills High Peak
17:30 - 19:00 every Sunday evening.
Come and join us, all you need is a pair of trainers and a dodgy kit and you're up and gasping for air.

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Penalty or What?
Bryn Misses a Sitter
Only One Winner Here
Paulo Strikes Like Larsson

Proudy & Ron
 Michael Jackson
 Evans Above

  Will Ron ever score?

Scouse Ron always took his football seriously

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Last Updated 15-10-2017    23:10

Sunday 8th October 2017 : Back to only nine vets again this evening as surprisingly a few of the boys chose to watch England instead. Still the guys who did show up put on a good performance of sorts although the extra man did make a difference. In the first game Mary's gave the Young Guns a right ol' drubbin'. Rick Evans as ever was on the ball whipping in a few bowsers but it was Nigel Caldwell who caught the eye ghosting in Martin Peters style to slot home a couple of beauties. Anthony Graham and Rick Westwood were for once looking a little rusty looking like they needed a shot of WD 40 to get them going. Keith Mastin was looking like a hippie on LSD as he tried in vain to find that elusive pass to Rocket Ronnie who is actually away on holiday! Chris Podmore joined in the goal scoring as Mary's ran out 10-5 winners with the ever dependable Paulo Garner playing a deep moaning position. The second game saw some transfer action as Podders and myself moved to TYG's and Zsu Zsu moved the other way. Suddenly the tide turned and with TYG's having the extra man they became even worse than they were with four players. Mary's again found their players with fast attacking play that belied their lesser numbers. Winning 10-6, I suppose it was an improvement but with Pottie suffering from his knee injury retiring into goal TYG's were becoming a fading force. The last game went to the Golden Goal scenario and cometh the hour cometh the old man - a quick free kick taken by Anthony Graham was fed into my path and I casually slipped the ball under the advancing Young Guns keeper to score and win the game - you never lose it!!

 Mary's Moaners
Chris Podmore
Rick Evans
Nigel Caldwell

Paul Garner
Malc Hough

 The Young Guns
Anthony Graham
Rick Pott
Rick Westwood
Keith Mastin



Sunday 8th October 2017 : Crikey, only eight vets this evening for the battle of The Old Boys versus the Young Guns. This did however make for a crackin' nights footy with the honours shared at the end. In the first game,The Young Guns ran up an quick lead in spite of me playing like a numpty on speed with Rick, Anthony and Graham knitting together like a well worn jumper. However at 8-3 The Old Boys started a spirited come back as Nigel and Rocket Ronnie began to find the net with unerring accuracy, Nigel especially belying his pensioner status with the coolness of a pint of Stella Artois. At 8-7 Rick and Anthony took over and fired in a salvo of goals to close out the first game 10-7. In the second game the pattern was repeated with The Young Guns building an early lead with my form back to some sort of reliability but with the legs tiring and the old ticker beating like a humming birds wings I was becoming more static as the game wore on. Then the recurring injury jinx struck with Graham Levine suffering another heel problem which confined him to goal keeper. Move in The Old boys who took full advantage of The Young Guns weaknesses piling forward past the now overworked Rick and Anthony with Chris Todd acting as a floater (I could have put that better!). After taking an 9-6 lead The Young Guns did exceptionally well to drag themselves back to 9-9 but in the last throws Rocket Ronnie took a pass from Paulo Garner and slammed in the winner. Special mention must be made to the benches who played magnificently tonight making save after save - someone commented that they played as if they had three hands! At the end of the fray Paulo announced his International retirement from his alter ego Walton Wednesday to concentrate on establishing his Mary's Moaners once again as a force to be reckoned with, good luck with that one Paulo! Sad really as Walton Wednesday have been running as long as the vets (our first session - June 26th 1988).

 The Old Boys
Ronnie Dooley
Nigel Caldwell

Paul Garner
Chris Todd

 The Young Guns
Anthony Graham
Graham Levine
Rick Westwood
Malc Hough











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