Sunday, 9 October 2005

Burridge 4 - 3 Gems

Sunday 9th October

Venue: Burridge

Burridge entertained newly promoted Gems who had suffered an 11 - 0 mauling at the hands of Lee on Solent in the Hampshire Cup last week. Whilst Burridge manager Maurice Hewlett - last seen in a pool of his own stale vomit - was conspicuous in his absence after taking a beating from a bottle of Southern Comfort the night previous. Although Burridge didn't reach double figures - they certainly could have. Rich Allan (who later made amends) managed to send the ball skywards from point blank range.

Scott Burnet was proving to be the ideal foil for his midfield partner Greg Baker; who in turn was having a strong influence on the game with his neat passing, that led to 3 of Burridge's goals. Rich Allan made it one nil -after another miss - when he had the freedom of the penalty area before drilling home.

In the second half, Lee Fielder comfortably rounded the keeper and made it two, before Paul Andrews ended a good passing move with a net bulging emphatic finish. This appeared to be good night, but this is Burridge afterall, who insisted of making a game of it, and within fifteen minutes Gems were level. The game refused to end quietly though and in the last minute Burridge were awarded a free kick on the edge of the penalty area. Rich Allan avoided the wall giving Burridge heart palpatations and victory.

3-5-2: Dave Hopkins, Paul Dyke, Ross Bryant, Mark Sanderson, Jay Schwodler, Greg Baker, Scott Burnet, Bryn Schwodler, Paul Andrews, Lee Fielder


AFC Spotted Cow 4-0AFC Paxton
Aquaseal 2-5 Waterlooville Social Clb
Spinnaker 1-2 West Meon and Warnford
Spotted Cow 1-2 Wickham Dynamos


Next week Burridge are away to Away to AFC Paxton
PS Rich Allan needs £39 on Wednesday from those who have yet to pay for training, he's good enough to arrange it for us, so try not to forget.
Thanks.

12 comments:

jr said...

hi kids, Wossie here again with another compawison of Buwwidge matches to popular tv shows

Happy Days

Not least for the fact that a Buwwidge victowy is indeed a happy day for all concerned

Greg 'the fonz' Baker led the cast superbly with cutting passes weminiscent of the rapier like wit of the leading man Indeed were it not for the poor comic timing of Richard 'Ralph Malph' Allan in front of goal, the show would have been over long before the break, however it was his goal which gave buwwidge the half time lead.
The selfless performances of Lee 'pottsy' fielder, playing the straight man with remarkable effect, and paul ' big al' andrews further increased buwwidges lead to a surely unassaible 3-0 advantage. However it was at this point where buwwidge lost the plot in a Fonzie jumping the shark on his surfboard sort of way, and found themselves hauled back to 3-3 with barely minutes to go. Buwwidge were then awarded a free kick and up stepped 'Ralph' Allan to steal the show with a wicked curling goal.

also, on the Happy days theme, has anyone else noticed the underlying joanie and chachie sexual tension between dykey and ross.........

Iceman said...

Well done guys on a fine result, im proud of you!

Dykey said...

me and ross are takinga beating in her i love you all equally!!!!

Dykey said...

i met on here, but in her sounds better now i read it

fielder said...

hey iceman, you wouldn't have been proud if you had seen us from the sidelines. never mind, we have the chance to put it right next week.again.

fielder said...

that GREAT result puts us third, behind jubilee and afc spotted cow, the only three teams to be unbeaten.

also, england have made it to the world cup! get in! beckham got sent off the other day though. they play poland on wednesday, but it doesn't matter if we lose now, we still qualify. remeber folks, you heard it hear first

iceman said...

Sorry mate, i can't share your optimism about qualifying for the world cup, that swede has us on the road to ruins!

Emerson Marks said...

Thanks Lee, as you and Iceman are such diligent football fans, you'll know that Holland's win over the Czechs sealed our qualification on Saturday afternoon.
PS Well done to Liverpool for getting to the Champions League Final- what chance now against AC Milan? I mean really?

Saints Nil said...

and surely congrats to saints on being runners up in FA cup final. This will surely be a springboard for future success..........

fielder said...

went to fish. got my wish.

jr said...

whatever happened to Bawwy Norman

If you cant stand the heat bazster, you know where that kitchen door is.......

barry norman said...

Splash: A will they? Won't they? comic thriller, with a storybook happy ending.

Also Jonno - bite me! Its plenty warm enough for me, i'm wearing oven gloves and a full asbestos suit!

C'mon little man, test me.

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