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Spoke to Steve last night and Aggie travelled to Downderry with just the 10 players, loads of us injured or unavailable. Tony Penrose hit a 40 yard screamer to pull it back to 1-2 in the first half apparently but tough game against Downderry with 11 let alone 10. Well done to the lads who made it 🤕

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6 hours ago, RAPPO said:

Spoke to Steve last night and Aggie travelled to Downderry with just the 10 players, loads of us injured or unavailable. Tony Penrose hit a 40 yard screamer to pull it back to 1-2 in the first half apparently but tough game against Downderry with 11 let alone 10. Well done to the lads who made it 🤕

Did anyone see TP score a '40 yard screamer' Rappo, or did he tell you?! If he did then we will never hear the end of it 😂

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At Royal Par, our very own David Holley scored a 30 yard free kick. The ball bounced on the six yard box and “evaded everyone”, although eight of our players claimed a “flick-on” or “got a toe on it”.

The reality is that Dave actually took the free kick in Arbroath on Friday evening whilst collecting his weekly supply of Smokies. Unfortunately the ball was filled with helium and escaped Earth’s orbit but luckily, the International Space Station was passing and collected the ball, orbitted the planet twice before presenting itself above Bideford at 11:48 am on Sunday, whereupon the ball was released and the gravitational decent and prevailing winds projected it towards Par and beyond the helpless Foxhole ‘keeper.

He’s some player.

I’m surprised we lost.

 

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16 minutes ago, Cameron Hague said:

At Royal Par, our very own David Holley scored a 30 yard free kick. The ball bounced on the six yard box and “evaded everyone”, although eight of our players claimed a “flick-on” or “got a toe on it”.

The reality is that Dave actually took the free kick in Arbroath on Friday evening whilst collecting his weekly supply of Smokies. Unfortunately the ball was filled with helium and escaped Earth’s orbit but luckily, the International Space Station was passing and collected the ball, orbitted the planet twice before presenting itself above Bideford at 11:48 am on Sunday, whereupon the ball was released and the gravitational decent and prevailing winds projected it towards Par and beyond the helpless Foxhole ‘keeper.

He’s some player.

I’m surprised we lost.

 

I heard it was 35 yards out!

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