The Real Match Report

So this Sunday, I handed my notepad to Laura Melling, aka Lemming, to record any notable incidents during the game. The following report tells the match events from a slightly different angle:

Fulbourn Bluebirds vs Huntingdon Ladies – League Cup – 21st Oct 2012

Lemming, ate her Freddo while the substitutes and supporters made their score predictions for the match. Hollie was very optimistic, foreseeing an 11-1 win for Huntingdon. The manager’s son Jack had chips but everyone else was disappointed he didn’t share.

Ex Town keeper, Laura Gilbey, arrived to watch and chat about dogs as she misses us so badly. The small crowd got excited when a phone said, ‘Potato.’

On the pitch, exciting events were occurring. A Fulbourn goal was disallowed, Stef Day won a header by leaping through the air like a salmon and Rachael Bowd, aka Bowdy, made a tackle without fouling. The phone then said, ‘Potato,’ again, bringing everyone’s attention back to the sidelines.

Claire Knox, aka Knoxie, taught everyone that penguins mate for life and that the boy penguin gives the girl penguin the best pebble he can find from the beach. At half time, Lemming enjoyed a coffee while Abbey opted for a cup of tea.

In the second half, there was a moment of horror as Jo McGoff’s goal kick almost hit an unsuspecting dog. Both managers made the most of the repeat substitution rule. Players were rolled on and off the pitch. Emma Clarke was rolled back on but didn’t have a shirt so Jo Bull, aka Jo Bull, had to hand hers over as she rolled off the pitch. The referee threatened to report us for not having enough shirts.

Back on the pitch, Emma made it into the penalty box but fell over. Lemming’s shouts for a penalty were ignored. Just as it seemed the game was heading for extra time Karen Williams, aka Tyson, popped up with a headed goal to send Huntingdon through to the next action packed round of the league cup.

The official match report can be found by clicking here. Which do you think is best?

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