After a day at Park Hall, a short trip to Gobowen for the second time in a week or so and I’m watching St. Martins Village FC in action again. Still in the ongoing Graham Edwards Memorial Trophy, this time the competition was TNS FC U19s.
Following their comprehensive 5-1 victory against Llangollen Reserves last week, I knew it would be a tough test for our youngsters. Indeed it was and although they edged it 1-0, the scoreline was all that separated the sides come the final whistle.
I do enjoy my groundhopping, which even when I’m working I still include a game, and although it wasn’t a new ground, it was my 16th game of the season so far. Visit my groundhopping pages HERE.
Immediately afterwards it was back to Park Hall as our UEFA Europa League opponents, Lincoln Red Imps from Gibraltar, were training on the pitch ahead of our game this Thursday (July 26).
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Keeping with the football theme for this blog entry I got cover-boy, Ben Cabango, to sign my programme from the last game. ‘ I Rev, diolch am popeth’, which means ‘To Rev, thanks for everything’. That personal message means a lot.
My football memorabilia collection is not only interesting, it’s also very personal. It’s an ongoing insight into my journey in the world of football. Check out 2018/2019 HERE.
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