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    I had an exchange like that to Gloucester.
    The assessor thought I did really well to only have to give three red cards

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    I went to Dinnington a few years ago on exchange by Train from Barrow, that was an interesting day out and I was well looked after by the club.
    Level 10 game for me to start after picking up a niggle 2 weeks ago in my home town Hawcoat park 2 v Thornton Clevelys 2.
    Looking forward too it, Enjoy your games everyone
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post
    I had an exchange like that to Gloucester.
    The assessor thought I did really well to only have to give three red cards
    Was that the game with the woman with the umbrella?
    It's like a big tide of jam coming towards us, but jam made out of old women......Father Dougal McGuire 1998

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctrainor View Post
    I went to Dinnington a few years ago on exchange by Train from Barrow, that was an interesting day out and I was well looked after by the club.
    That would be down to Terry Young, without doubt the county's (if not the world's) greatest referee lookerafterer. My first ever appointment was at Dinnington which was great but it was a real jolt to realise that most other clubs were not like Dinnington.

    I am at Dinnington later in the month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post
    I had an exchange like that to Gloucester.
    The assessor thought I did really well to only have to give three red cards
    One day, when my therapist says it's OK, I will recount the Cinderford/Bridgwater debacle. (Hint: front row were so closely related as to be unable to tell them apart)
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    L7 Upper Eden v St. Benedicts promoted v relegated last season. Should be a good game
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Lifeson-Peart View Post
    Was that the game with the woman with the umbrella?
    Haha...no...that was the one and only game I have ever abandoned.

    No game this weekend.
    Working at Tigers v Newcastle Saturday
    Radio 2 festival in Hyde Park Sunday

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    Had a Level 9 game - Didsbury Toc H 2 v Widnes 2 yesterday. Was brilliant and loved it. Got an assessor report to say I'm ready to go up again... whether that'll happen remains to be seen...

    Then went to a club who's 1st XV play at Level 4 today to do an U17. Turned up to find out the game had been called off on Tuesday. Not impressed. Even more impressive was that nobody cared to tell me until 10 minutes before kick off. *sighs*...

    Next week I'm at Crewe and Nantwich on the Sunday against Trafford MV U17. Trafford cried off last week so I'm not hopeful.

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    This weekend:-

    Not at Dinnington as originally appointed but moved to Heath (Halifax) v Moortown (Leeds) - L7 Yorkshire 1

    Should be good - 5th v 3rd - both won 2 from 3 so far.
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    next weekend --
    - closest club to me (I can walk there)
    - local derby
    - both teams are played 3 won 1, so both will see this as can-win, must-win
    - the local football club have moved in and rented a pitch, it's their first game on the site
    - and it's the grand opening of the newly-refurbed club bar.

    Sometimes the stars just go ahead and align, don't they?

    I have told Mrs crossref that I might be late.

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