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Last Updated 14-01-2018    23:10

Sunday 7th January 2017 : Great to be back with the lads tonight at the Leisure Centre for the first game of the New Year. As ever the honour of scoring the first goal was keenly contested with Rick Westwood eager to add to his last four years of winning the award. After two hard fought 0-0 draws up stepped Cameron Shaw to rip one into the top corner - well done Cameron. Mary's Moaners were top dogs on a cold night with their guys knitting together well and although they tasted defeat by both of the other teams it was a great start to the New Year. The Young Guns were a close second with all four players hitting the net. The Strollers played their part too with Nigel and Chris Todd busy at both ends of the pitch. Personally I was suffering with a dose of Old Man Flu but it didn't stop me stepping out of nets for the penultimate game and converting a rare Rick Evans pass to level against the Moaners. And finally a mention for our Cockney Hippie leader Keith Mastin who managed to hit four or five goals in a decent competitive session - now that's going some for a 70 year old!

 Mary's Moaners
Ronnie Dooley
Paul Garner
Keith Mastin
Chris Podmore

 The Strollers

Dave Brown
Nigel Caldwell
Malc Hough
Chris Todd
Rick Evans

 The Young Guns
Anthony Graham

Rick Pott
Rick Westwood
Cameron Shaw

 

 

 


 

 

Sunday 14th January 2017 : What a crackin' nights footie was had by all tonight as we had 15 souls down to add much needed funds to our diminishing bank balance. An early shock to me as we lined up for our first games came when Paul Holmes our new recruit lumped the ball into my aging wedding tackle, not the best way of introducing himself especially as he's a United fan! However, this aside we launched into another session of 5 a side contests in which The Young Guns finished at the top of the order. With Anthony Graham and Rick Evans failing to hide their pleasure because their beloved Liverpool were leading my Man City at Anfield by the embarrassing score of 4-3, they set about beating the opposition with some success. But, not before Mary's Moaners had took the first game from them in fine style. Meanwhile the Strollers were building on their sluggish start and were gathering momentum especially after Graham Levine had pinged one in from just outside his own goal area. In between, Nigel Caldwell was playing like a good 'un and in one incident managed to stop Ant in full flight with a brilliantly timed tackle. Paulo Garner turned up tonight in an outrageously gay fluorescent top which definitely belonged more to a Manchester Pride Parade than on the famous Hyde Bank indoor arena. Phil Butler made a rare appearance this evening and played an important role in The Strollers finishing in third place although there was only a cigarette papers width between them and Mary's Moaners. New boy Paul Holmes having not played for over two years did fine on his debut and hopefully enjoyed it enough to become a regular member of the group. As for Liverpool's victory over City, we live to fight another day and hopefully keep our 15 point cushion!

 Mary's Moaners
Ronnie Dooley
Paul Garner
Keith Mastin
Chris Podmore
Nigel Caldwell

 The Strollers

Graham Levine

Paul Holmes
Malc Hough
Phil Butler
Kelwyn Whittaker

 The Young Guns
Anthony Graham

Rick Pott
Rick Westwood
Cameron Shaw
Rick Evans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   
   
   

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