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As I start to write this, even after a few days (I’ve been inundated with other things, sorry!), I still have a sad and frustrated feeling from the events of Saturday at Rushden & Higham. I know it’s not a good start to proceedings to be so down and depressed, but that’s the overriding feeling...
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Having spent most of the week sweating like a gypo in a room full of spoons, we reached Saturday where the weather took a dramatic turn.  I had heard those nice boys Rob and Jon, had taken precautions on Thursday night, which I thought was “good for them”, as you can never be too careful. ...
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Well it’s me again! The arthritis in my fingers is taking a beating. I arrived at Harpole the home of St Crispin to find that the sun was beaming with only a few clouds in the sky, don’t know what that weather reporter on Radio 2 was talking about, thunderstorms? What a twit! Having arrived...
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I tentatively made my small trip to Foxfields on Saturday to see us play Irthlingborough 3rds, I say tentatively, as the previous Tuesday I had a delightful cataract operation! I’m so glad I recovered my vision in time to see my beloved Foxes play and (with every pun intended) what a sight for sore eyes!!...
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Hello boys, me again!!  I hope you all feel bad as today I write the blog with a sad look on my face. Originally I had woken up with a big smile for it was to be the hottest day of the year, I even packed my bikini but then thought best not as I...
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I arrived at Foxfields on a glorious day, lots of sun, not too hot and some nice fluffy white clouds in the sky to watch from the boundary rope. Tony won the toss and decided to have a bowl first rather than cook the opposition like he did a few weeks back against Rushden and...
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Excited does not begin to describe how I felt on Saturday morning – and at my age that is quite something. After a week off I had already finished the “tank top” I had been knitting for my grandson’s 50th birthday present – obviously in the Foxes colours. I was not going to let the...
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Well my hip has been giving me a bit of jip this week but some warmer weather and the spectacle of a clash of unbeaten teams was all I needed to encourage me to make my way down to Foxfields to see my boys. Tony won the toss and decided to try and cook the...
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With Dot going AWOL, it’s Noble here to sit in on blog duties. After a week off (as St Crispins were unable to raise a side for the match on the 18th May), our lads find themselves sitting at the top of table 4 weeks in (and having played an extra game).  Here’s hoping they...
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After last weeks’ (surprisingly) easy victory against Spencer this weeks’ opponents were Irthlingborough Town (IT) – from my aging memory, the last time GP played them was in the 2017 where we were rolled over twice meaning a tough game was expected. Three enforced changes to the team saw Rob, Ben & Luca make way for Ricki, Ryan & Darren. GP finally...
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A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of