Realy enjoyed the match. Was a bit strange first half. Didn,t really know how much effort to put into it. Tryed to be a little to casual , and consiquently looked crap. Found the right balance second half though. Was interesting seeing people for the first time. When you read the posts, you sort of delvelop a picture in your mind what the person looks like, and when you meet them, its nothing like. Everyone seemed like good lads. Ricky reminds me of myself a few years back. Hungry to score goals even in a charity match. Nothing wrong with that. Felt for Nick, who wouldn,t have scored if he stayed out there to midnight. That will proberble stick with him now with all the Nomadians who were there. Think, you might have a few more quotes to come on that one Nick!! I also met Tony, Sue, and Jacques for the first time, which i was pleased to do. Tony seems like a real decent bloke, which would explain where Steve got his charachter from. At the end of the day, i felt really chuffed to be involved on the night. Oh ! and thanks to Dean for making me captain, ment alot mate. Afterwards, i gave the captains armband to Jacques to keep. Just wanted to give him something really. He is a brave young lad !! I listened to his speach at the church. I though it took a lot of courage for someone so young to say what he said in front of 500 people. Just showed how much he loved his brother i guess. Anyway ! Yes ! Great game for a great cause. Well done to all !!