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WSFL Centenary Cup 2006

Postby Geoff » Wed Apr 26 2006, 23:54

Angmering 4 - 2 Eastergate Utd

Get in there!!! Congratulations to all the Angmering boys.
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Postby Dean Bradford » Thu Apr 27 2006, 08:36

nice effort from my home village! :D
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Postby Geoff » Thu Apr 27 2006, 08:51

One of the committee was involved in a car accident on the way back to Angmering FC and broke his arm.

So get well soon Danny (Rive)... no cricket for you this weekend!!
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Postby LittlehampDon » Thu Apr 27 2006, 08:56

Congratulations Angmering
I really enjoyed the game
Some pictures now up at http://www.littlehampdon.co.uk/gallery/ ... ?album=162
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Postby Dean Bradford » Thu Apr 27 2006, 09:52

Great pics again Terry!
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Postby jonnymc » Thu Apr 27 2006, 11:50

Terry they are great pictures I will keep mine for my private collection - size is everything.

Well done lads this was a great final full of action goals played by 2 teams who really wanted to play good football.

The trophies were given out at some speed but it gave me enough time to see that Eastergate did enjoy the evening and were very gracious in defeat - I think its called good sportsmanship.
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Postby Mur Fang » Thu Apr 27 2006, 19:40

Wow...!! What a night...!!

If you've seen us in the last month, we've been awful. But last night the boys were fantastic. Everyone was given a job to do and they stuck to it. I thought we totally deserved to win it. Having watched Eastergate a couple of times recently we knew what to expect from them. After they took an early lead the boys responded superbly. Could not of asked any more of any of them.

Many thanks to everyone who made the effort to come and cheer us on, i think we certainly made it worth the trip.

Oh well back to reality - Partridge Green away on Saturday (We'll probably be rubbish and get stuffed)
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Postby Geoff » Thu Apr 27 2006, 21:28

Murf you have justified your place as one of the best ever Angmering managers... well done mate, I'm really proud of you.

I text you today... did they get 'lost' again? :wink:
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Postby Mur Fang » Fri Apr 28 2006, 21:08

Geoff I'll call next week and sort that out

Terry. Superb pictures. Thanks very much. The night will live long in my memory but its great to have the pictures.

I love the celebration of the fourth goal. The look on Stans face shows how much it meant to win something for the club "Priceless" and the delight on Lee's as he picked up the Cup. It's nights like these that make all the effort worth while.

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