Short n sweet n snowy this week
Blizzardgeddon hit middle England on Sunday, with the National League game in Birmingham being postponed. Alas, the Tigers budget didn’t allow for a snow plough to be purchased. City SERL and Tigers SERL teams still had a snowball fight of their own at the Perse on Sunday morning though.
We won’t say too much about that as it was an, erm, ‘experimental’ regional league team we fielded against a much more cohesive and experienced City outfit. A few mistakes mmmmay have been made (nervous laughter, he-he) by certain individuals around the basket (cough) but my view is that it’s equally as important to show others how NOT to play as it is to show others how to play. I am certain that our 27-8 defeat will be a platform upon which to build better performances. As High Priest of Korf Reverend Christopher West wisely preached afterwards, there’s three things we need to do better to make SERL more competitive: cut out the silly defensive errors, take your shots facing the basket and call loudly in defence. Still, well done to Gracie on her first outing and various others for only their second outings and thank you to those die-hards who still showed up to support in the absence of a Prem match to go to. Ross was right at home in the snow.
Another busy weekend ahead as last year’s beaten finalists travel to the Perse and T4 and T2 do their thing:
|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|