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The Wall
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Jan 14, 2018, 3:40 PM

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Re: [Roger D] Where are you going - where did you go? ICE HOCKEY or Reply Privately

 
Hi Roger,

may see you at Streatham tonight, then you can explain why Telford played this Game in preference to being Home to Streatham in a scheduled first leg of the National Cup quarter finals. Tnights second leg goes ahead meaning Group runners up Telford now get get the advantage of the 2nd leg at home !

The no play disrupted my weekend as had booked a Sheffield Hotel for Friday night to see the Dogs with the intention of finding an early WMRL early kick of to get to Telford for the Streatham confirmed 17.30 face off. Nevertheless

National Cup Group B
SHEFFIELD STEELDOGE vs HUll Pilates @ Sheffield Ice
Adm. £6 Prog No, allegedly the Printers had a break in and the print machinery damaged !

This proved a great Game, both sides went for it from the start and such was their ability if the Top Sides in Div 1 North all play to this standard, then Streatham tonight will have a tough time.

Even first two periods both won by the Dogs 1-0 and 3-2 which included. 10 man fight missing only the Keepers. Some time to sort out but only 3 from each Team receiving Penalties, pity the Referee didnít have eyes in the back oh his head ! The third continued at a fast pace only forDogs to prove the more efficient running out 4-1 to arrive at an 8-3 final result, Really brilliant entertainment.

Saturday decided to make my annual visit to the Ally Pally especially with Hornets including 4 of last years Redskins regular, Preceded by Footie, an early kick off at May & Baker.

NIHL South 2
HARINGEY HUSKIES vs Bracknell Hornets @ Alexander Palace
Adm. £2 Prog £2

Attracted an unexpectedly large crowd certainly exceeded 600, mostly aged in their late twenties, mostly arriving late and getting up far to often to refill their Glasses during the game.

The final result was expected with Hornets having won 12 of their 13 League Games and Huskies winning just 7 out of 14. The 1st period. Score of 0-4 was not helped by the defending with 3 of the Goals being unassisted with Hornets being far the better, but slightly amused that every Huskies shot was met with cheers and applause. Not quite your normal Hockey fans.

The final two Periods saw Huskies score 5, meriting justified cheering, however the more relaxed Hornets netted 6 to result in a final score of 5-10. Still entertaining, but not as we know it !

Onward to Streatham later.


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