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rehill leave sussex

Poll ended at Mon Feb 19 2007, 21:36

yes
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no
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Total votes : 19

redhill move to surrey leagues

Postby wicked man » Mon Jan 29 2007, 21:36

i know its controversial but

how many think redhill should move to surrey leagues and leave sussex as they are in a different county...................................
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Postby been there done it » Mon Jan 29 2007, 22:22

If they leave where will I be able to read the crap from Mitch & Spence :lol: :lol:
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Postby octopus » Mon Jan 29 2007, 22:49

been there done it wrote:If they leave where will I be able to read the crap from Mitch & Spence :lol: :lol:


surrey-online.co.uk

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Postby Geoff » Tue Jan 30 2007, 01:25

People are bored!
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Postby MITCHELL » Tue Jan 30 2007, 08:23

been there done it wrote:If they leave where will I be able to read the crap from Mitch & Spence :lol: :lol:



As you like me so much you named me twice Redhill getting like New York then :lol:
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Re: redhill move to surrey leagues

Postby MITCHELL » Tue Jan 30 2007, 08:25

wicked man wrote:i know its controversial but

how many think redhill should move to surrey leagues and leave sussex as they are in a different county...................................


getting worried we have won three games :?:

How about Lingfield also in Surrey then or is it only Redhill :?:

It was then Sussex County League who invited us into the League remember :wink:
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Postby GeordiePhantom » Tue Jan 30 2007, 09:00

I agree with Geoff on this one. I voted NO. Personally I enjoy my visits away and Redhill have as much right as any other team in the Sussex County Leagues as long as the SCFL allow it.

Support Redhill, not knock them or kick them out, we are all mates.....aren't we?

Good luck for the rest of the season Spence.
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Postby MITCHELL » Tue Jan 30 2007, 12:30

GeordiePhantom wrote:I agree with Geoff on this one. I voted NO. Personally I enjoy my visits away and Redhill have as much right as any other team in the Sussex County Leagues as long as the SCFL allow it.

Support Redhill, not knock them or kick them out, we are all mates.....aren't we?

Good luck for the rest of the season Spence.


Thanks see you in a couple of weeks

I much prefere the journeys to sussex than travelling around M25 in Combined Counties league and the Clubs in Sussex are much friendlier we all support our clubs but at the end of the dad its only a game :wink:
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