December 03, 2004

Defeat, but heads held high

Follow-up to Come on WW9's! from Kiran's blog

Well, it wasn't to be on Tuesday. The WW9's failed to take a hold on the match and despite fashioning probably 3 pretty good chances, not to mention one sitter, we remain in 3rd place. Some dodgy refereeing (possibly an unfair description of referees) got a few tempers going, but it wasn't to be our day anyway.
At the mid-point of the season, I'm still sitting pretty at the top of the top scorers chart for the WW9's with 10 goals, with Carl and Rob tied on 4 each methinks. Almost scored an own-goal, but some good work by Mr Jon Smith got me out of trouble.

On another low note, the cup tie is gonna go down to a coin toss as Dr Butters' sumthin or other couldn't play the only time we booked the pitch.
Here's to fluking it!

Thats all for that anyway.
Now on with some packing. (No, not of fudge)

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