Beats your average 8 pregame pints.
I'm really not sure that it does. Unless of course you're talking about the "poor preparation stakes" then it does.
Beats your average 8 pregame pints.
young_trig wrote:Moaning Git wrote:I never realised that you were so bloody sensitive!
And as for racist remark..... I don't think so. What if he had written, the scorer had obviously had 3 shredded wheat for breakfast.... would that have been unwarranted advertising. You are playing the I am outraged card, because you want to be have a pop, because you are. Save your horror and indignation for real examples of racism, there are plenty about!
I was actually aiming my remark at DannyEcko. It was just banter
Cheadle Hulme and Hull remain yet to loose in Prem 3, ‘Hulme in particular will be looking for a strong season this year and a return to the 2nd division, having played two consecutive years in Prem 3 now. Although their goal difference is far outweighed by Hull Cheadle Hulme seem likely to top the division at the end of the year, having defeated their two closest rivals Liverpool and Nottingham. Hull by comparison drilled Stoke city to acquire the majority of their goals and won a close contest with Liverpool.
Lincoln made history by winning their first ever league game, beating Mersey Guild 4-3. In a master class in how to defend, or how not to attack depending on your glass/water approach to lacrosse, producing one of the lowest scores the season is likely to see.
Waggy wrote:Might be good if Hull and or Lincoln wrote an overview of the club to be fetured on the web site. Alsao small weekly match report which could then be incorporate into the bigger weekly piece, it's a difficult to put a weekly overview together so I'm sure a small report from each clubs not just those mentioned, 2 to 3 lines detailing scorers and notable performances would help.
the pom wrote:I dont expect them to be the best but to follow their own guidlines would be a good start "any form of Dicrimination"
from Ela web site
11. Equal Opportunities
It is the aim of the Association to:
ensure that all present and potential members / employees receive fair and equal treatment
provide all of its services in a way which is fair to everyone
ensure that in its relationships with its members / employees and in its provision of services not to disadvantage any individual by imposing any conditions or requirements which cannot be fully justified.
In pursuance of this policy the Association:
may take special measures / positive action for any group which is currently under represented in its membership, representative bodies or workforce taking account of the Race Relations Act (1976) and the Sex Discrimination Acts ( 1975 /1986 )
reserves the right to discipline any members /employees of the Association who practise any form of discrimination on the grounds of a person’s age, gender, disability, ethnic origin, creed, colour, social status or sexual orientation.
The Association will monitor and evaluate this policy on an on-going basis and will inform the members / employees of its impact.
lemon wrote:Change the record gents.... how about actually discussing the results from the weekend?
Dining Room wrote:lemon wrote:Change the record gents.... how about actually discussing the results from the weekend?
Agreed - completely boring and pointless. Just for your information - not even your proud auntie lilly reads these reports, so why not inject some humour from the writer - i am sure it's current players in our little bubble reading them at the moment. I know it's tough to take but the ELA has bigger fish to fry than providing recognition for the groundball you 'scooped' in November 2008 v's Ashton B.