Cold turkey came one month early as we were all denied our weekly dose of Korfing news last week. No games meant tears for some but beers for others. Hopefully the week’s rest will have done us all some good. Doubtless there are a few of you straining at the leash to be let off to have a good run around, fetching balls and sniffing around posts (no need for any more than that.) There’s been a few holidays and a birthday or two incidentally…including that of a certain senior Tiger….who is now a year wiser. As we all know, Liv is a quiet little thing, so here’s hoping she comes out of her shell long enough to celebrate.
As for korfing action, T2 were away to P2 late on Thursday evening in the different time zone that is CRC on Thursday night. The insomniacs of of Phoenix won by 4 (going 4 up very early on helped.) Coach Cozzo then put down his cocoa and rejigged things around quickly. Keira and Mateja kicked off their slippers and scored a few, whilst Joseph, Jonny and Rosie stayed way up past their bedtime to get on the score sheet too. After missing a few games recently, Tigers’ very galloping guv’nor Steve Clarke was also determined to make up for lost time and earn some more mentions on the weekly update (he’s tired of those pesky National League players hogging the headlines.) Clarkologists will be pleased to note that he does indeed earn a mention, with his new habit of scoring long shots, achieving an impressive 8.7 on the Clarkometer with an audacious effort, which he and his fan base will study for weeks to come.
The Flux Capacitor was also in operation on Sunday, as Caroline steered her T3 outfit to a comfortable win away to C4. After fiddling around in first gear for the first half, Caroline put the foot down, screeched the rear tyres and accelerated off into the future in the second half, with the help of a soft penalty or two by an eager and inexperienced defence. Caroline is taking her team Back To The Future….Division 2 (in more of a Robin Reliant, though.)
This Sunday the SERL and Prem teams are in action – the Birmingham away match is a key one to win. The local derby against City will be a nice run-out for a few people too, so get your glad rags on for that.
|Sun, 10-Dec-2017||1120||CITY||v||TIG2||Perse School for Boys|
|Sun, 10-Dec-2017||1220||BIRM||v||TIG1||Woodcock Sports Centre|
|Sun, 17-Dec-2017||1245||TIG2||v||NKTS2||Perse School for Boys|
|Sun, 17-Dec-2017||1415||TIG1||v||NKTS||Perse School for Boys|
|Sun, 17-Dec-2017||1900||T4||v||V3||Perse School for Boys|
|Sun, 17-Dec-2017||2000||T2||v||C3||Perse School for Boys|