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Highland Hammerers Of The Crusaders -vs- Jim Duffy's Diddy Men

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Excellent. Last thing we needed was a trip up there on a Tuesday night. Mon eh Ton!!

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This has been very good, only concern is that we haven't buried the game yet as we are offering a bit too much space when ICT are in possession; Polworth's sitter towards the end of the half there shows that this isn't done. We've played some excellent stuff though, and ICT's defence is all over the place when Oliver and Tiffoney are running off them.

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This has been very good, only concern is that we haven't buried the game yet as we are offering a bit too much space when ICT are in possession; Polworth's sitter towards the end of the half there shows that this isn't done. We've played some excellent stuff though, and ICT's defence is all over the place when Oliver and Tiffoney are running off them.


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Sounds positive so far, but won't relax until the final score comes through with us still winning!

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ICT have improved a lot this half, coming close a couple of times. Too much room in midfield.

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Assuming we don’t throw it away now, that’s a fantastic 3 points.

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Just now, purplemonkeydishwasher said:

2 disallowed goals for ICT, delicious.

Sounds like a cue for a third for us.....

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