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Non-League / Re: Step 1 - 4 Play-Offs 2023/24
« on: Sun 28 Apr 2024 12:15 »
For what it's worth, which may not be a great deal, the Radio Lincolnshire commentators were fulsome in their praise of his handling of the game. This opinion was expressed in the tense period before the penalties and their subsequent elation on Boston's behalf. I'd wrongly envisaged that because Scunthorpe is in historic Lincolnshire a more neutral stance might have been taken.

General Discussion / Re: Pyramid Patrol 2023/24
« on: Wed 17 Apr 2024 11:07 »
7 Esther
25 Hebrews

General Discussion / Re: Pyramid Patrol 2023/24
« on: Wed 17 Apr 2024 08:21 »
8 Job

General Discussion / Re: Pyramid Patrol 2023/24
« on: Wed 17 Apr 2024 08:17 »
12 Lamentations
15 Ezekiel
17 Zephaniah
18 Luke
21 Judges
23 Joel
28 Obadiah
30 James

Non-League / Re: National League Premier (Step 1) - 2023/24
« on: Sun 07 Apr 2024 15:02 »
Also can't comment on today's performance, but he has refereed four Southend matches all of which have been reasonable or better. There're plenty worse.
Also unable to comment on yesterday, but he's been around for a while at 2B & 2A and has always seemed to do well when I've seen him. I'm somewhat surprised that he hasn't advanced further.

Non-League / Re: National League Premier (Step 1) - 2023/24
« on: Sun 25 Feb 2024 17:48 »
Two amazing stories there, the beauty of having clubs so connected to its fans and community. Hope its a great game for everyone in attendance and best of luck to Richard and team for a comfortable and enjoyable day on the pitch.

He and the team certainly appeared to have a comfortable time, firmly in control with a rather understated style which seemed to suit the occasion. Three cautions, all straightforward, and no obvious contentious incidents. I can't imagine that anyone not aware of the situation would have thought that the referee was new to this level, and on this evidence he may well find himself in larger stadia than Boundary Park in the fullness of time.

Non-League / Re: National League Premier (Step 1) - 2023/24
« on: Tue 20 Feb 2024 13:21 »
An amazing effort, let's hope everyone there will have added to the 1 admission with a generous donation. Even the initial allocation of away tickets was sold out within hours.
Coupling this to the Kidderminster fans who walked to Solihull last week for Cure Leukaemia, getting a drenching and discovering the game was postponed when they were nearly there, and the Dorking supporters who cycled to Aggborough on Saturday for Mid Surrey Community Fridges makes Kiddy feel like the epicentre of charitable giving at the moment.

General Discussion / Re: Female Assistants
« on: Wed 24 Jan 2024 11:33 »
I was at the first Conference all female officials match, Kidderminster v Nuneaton in an evening game. When Wendy led the team on she ignored and swerved the numerous cameras and just got on with it, which was of course exactly the right thing to do. It's disappointing that a quarter of a century later we're still waiting for the same thing to occur one level higher.
A rather sad time to reflect on this given what's happened at Nuneaton in the last few days.

General Discussion / Re: Pyramid Patrol 2023/24
« on: Wed 17 Jan 2024 13:14 »
'Just as I am, though tossed about with many a conflict, many a doubt' raises thoughts of VAR.

Why the emphasis on flying when for many of the journeys involved rail would be a better alternative, even before considering the carbon footprint?

Football League - L1 & L2 / Re: Sat 13th Tue 16th JAN 2024
« on: Mon 08 Jan 2024 16:50 »
I thought he lived in Rugby or thereabouts these days, or has he moved back? Still quite a long way though.

Merely a sin of omission!

Good to see Messrs Robinson, Madley, Madley & Busby on this list. Hopefully good experience for those who get to work with them.

General Discussion / Re: Pyramid Patrol 2023/24
« on: Sun 08 Oct 2023 18:10 »
This has got me thinking about hymn tunes sharing a name with Premier League teams. I can think of only one, Everton

There is Hubert Parry's Bournemouth in AMR, set to Faber's 'Jesu, gentlest Saviour; , but I'm not aware that it is in any more recent book.

General Discussion / Re: Paul Marsden - Halifax v Southend
« on: Tue 12 Sep 2023 18:32 »
The yellow for Alex Penny for timewasting seemed harsh.

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