Wetter than an otter’s pocket

Thanks to all the players who made the effort tonight. It was so wet, Stuart Cargill won a wet t-shirt competition and George Muir almost drowned whilst tying his laces.
On a serious note, although everyone was thoroughly drookit, the playing surface was fantastic. Not one slip tonight, despite all different types of trainers.

Thankfully, we had just the right numbers tonight, this wasn’t a night for standing on the sidelines.
The blue team came out victors in what was a very entertaining game. There were some cracking goals scored from both sides and some (dare I say it?) slick passing. It was great workout for everyone in very trying conditions.

Just a quick note; we were informed before we hired the pitch that we should all be going to the pitch as a team. This means everyone being there at the same time. Understandable, given where we play.
If you’re late, you run the risk of being refused entry.
I know some players have been late before and still got in, I put this down to the guard on that particular night recognising a face. If you are refused entry, just accept it, you’ve only got yourself to blame.
This note is not for anyone in particular, it’s for everyone

Dave Beattie having the time of his life in goals

3 thoughts on “Wetter than an otter’s pocket

  1. Haha – great title, picture and comments. Picture of the wet t-shirt competition or it didn’t happen.

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