Burridge 0-2 Durley
Another football season has come to an end. Burridge will probably finish in 10th place. This wouldn't be such a bad position if there were 60 or 70 other teams in the division, but seeing as there's only 12, even describing Burridge's season as an average one might be a little generous.
Burridge - third from bottom in the senior division.
After all, the league tables do not lie. The league tables don't run a prostitution racket down by the docks either. What I'm trying to say is that luck has nothing to do with losing exactly half of your 22 league games and conceding very nearly two goals per game. It's more to do with the fact that you're not particularly good.
Burridge - lots of grass.
No football now for 3 whole months. This spare time could be put to good use by learning something new, something constructive, something that will change my life for the better. Or I could learn French. But I won't. Thumbs will be twiddled and no doubt by around 1:33pm next Saturday, The Cricketers in Carlton Place will once again benefit from my Maestro card.
Burridge XI v Durley on 25th April.