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    I'm off to Daventry this weekend on exchange, two mid-table teams. With this weather can't say that I'm looking forward to the travel, but should be an easy journey.

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    Old Reigation v Portsmouth lL league game.

    Subject to a 10am inspection tomorrow

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    Whitehaven v Keswick, another white knuckle train ride up the cumbrian coast!!
    Ciaran Trainor

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty1194 View Post
    Busy weekend planned:

    Tonight - Murrayfield as AR1 for National Bowl U16 semi final - tried to play 3 times over past 2 weeks but weather got in the way
    Sat day - Reserve National 1 league game
    Sat night - Society dinner/awards night
    Sunday - AR1 for National Bowl U16 final - one of tonights team's will be in this final
    So I reckon that an U16 team will play TWO tough games in three days. Is that good practice?
    Doucement le matin, pas trop vite le soir!

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    Oh dear, just lost my reappointment to an underwater pitch. Looks like domestic duties tomorrow.

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    first of 2 double shift weekends which will comprise of AR at a Saturday men's premier league game followed by Ref at a men's game on the Sunday. All fairly close to where I live in what's a small country anyway.

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    Unsurprisingly my game fell over this morning.

    Got a L6 local derby next weekend just hope the players are as short of match practice as I am.

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    My week ahead:
    Saturday - Braintree III v Chingford III (my home town) - was set to do Hadleigh II v Bury St Edmunds IV but I've been pulled off that so I can be assessed.
    Sunday - Stowmarket U13s v uh... someone
    Tuesday - Suffolk Schools Finals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuartg View Post
    So I reckon that an U16 team will play TWO tough games in three days. Is that good practice?
    English 'overplaying' guidance is ...not on consecutive days.... 71 hrs in between disadvantages one side, but is within guidance.

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    Millom v Windermere and a 2 o clock kick off so we can watch England v Ireland at 4.
    Haill rain or snow it's bound to be on as it is a sandy soil close to the sea.
    I'll bring both shirts depending on the result!!
    Ciaran Trainor

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