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 Vets Hall of Fame  The Vets Archives       updated  Sunday 21st July 2019 - 19:50     The Vets Archives    Vets Hall of Fame

Sunday 7th July 2019 : The number were down again tonight but the lads made the best of a bad turnout with a very creditable set of 5 a side. Injury cry offs from Graham Levine and Paulo Garner reduced us to four a side with myself having to play the whole session out field for the first time in a very long time. I had a few dodgy moments when my old ticker reminded me that I really need to be in better shape than I am at the moment but hey, there are many out there that would love to be in my position. We were bolstered by the return of Paul Holmes, great to see the old red back in the groove. Well getting back to the football the night belonged to Mary's Moaners with two pensioners in their line up they managed to win both games quite handsomely. One of those pensioners, Jonboy Goodwin, managed to grab himself a hatful of goals whilst the other, Zsu Zsu Mastin chipped in with a few of his own. Winning the first game 10-08 Chris Podmore and Ronnie Dooley tackled and battled like a pair of "gud uns" winning the ball and breaking the play up. Not to say the Strollers played badly, far from it. They played some excellent passing movements and scored some spectacular goals but more often than not their shooting left something to be desired. Losing the second game 10-06  I felt I let my team mates down a little as I was reduced to walking football although I did manage to net 4 goals. Kelwyn Whittaker and Anthony Graham were having to do double time as myself and Paul Holmes tired visibly due to his long lay off. So, hats off to Mary's Moaners who thoroughly deserved their wins and lets hope for  a better turnout next week with the season just around the corner.

Mary's Moaners
 John Goodwin
 Ronnie Dooley
 Keith Mastin

 Chris Podmore
 

  The Strollers
 Anthony Graham
 Kelwyn Whittaker
 Paul Holmes
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Sunday 14th July 2019 : Unfortunately we only managed another four a side tonight but it turned out to be a very enjoyable session for both teams. Mary's Moaners continued their "Phoenix From the Flames" with another very successful set of three wins out of of three. All the games were well contested and Mary's indeed snatched all three with very close scores. Jonboy Goodwin finally found a way to beat the benches which again had to be be deployed. Over the years he has always struggled to to get the better of the these goal minders but tonight, BOOM, he smashed them. Ronnie Dooley and Chris Podmore tackled like men on a mission preventing Anthony Graham and Kelwyn Whittaker from dominating mid field. Zsu Zsu Mastin helped himself to a few goals to prove there's life in the old hippie yet. As for the Strollers we made a decent fist of things but our big problem was hitting the onion bag when an open goal gaped, those pesky benches had a lot to answer to. Frankie Pleszak managed to fire a few in but too often it was left to Anthony and Kel to work their butts off covering for me as my new found passion for walking football has developed into an art form. Indeedy, in the final game I scored six of our seven goals lifting my spirits somewhat, leaving me grateful for my team mates support. A couple of the boys missing next week so hopefully a few more bodies will turn up and swell the diminishing numbers. Well done to Mary's Moaners tonight, a fine battling performance after the maulings they suffered in weeks gone by.
We mustn't forget the passing of Robbie Westwood it's nine years since Robbies tragic death - the little fella will always be in our thoughts. Also for the old timers in the squads Brian Beddows also passed away recently, one of the original Mary's Moaners Brian was a decent player who could put himself about a bit as we who remember him will testify.
 

Mary's Moaners
 John Goodwin
 Ronnie Dooley
 Keith Mastin

 Chris Podmore

  The Strollers
 Anthony Graham
 Kelwyn Whittaker
 Frank Pleszak
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Sunday 21st July 2019 : Well, if you think last weeks turnout was bad then you only had to wait seven days for a worse one as five aging frames and young Anthony Graham wracked up for our weekly joust. Although the Strollers cruised to victory in the first two games Mary's Moaners never complained but got on with the job despite the fact that they had two pensioners and Paulo recovering from his knee problems. Needless to say Anthony Graham and Kelwyn Whittaker did almost all the Strollers running athough I did chip in with a good proportion of our goals. Jonboy Goodwin was Mary's goal scoring hero as he fired in some cracking efforts with Zsu Zsu and Paulo Garner both finding the mark. Paulo certainly got in the rhythm in the second game slamming in a couple of blinders. Well, we made a good fist of it in spite of our low numbers, a thing which hopefully we'll put right next Sunday so come on lads we can't keep the sessions going without you, that's a fact!!

Mary's Moaners
 John Goodwin
 Paul Garner
 Keith Mastin


  The Strollers
 Anthony Graham
 Kelwyn Whittaker
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