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Is there a better pitch in junior football?

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I didn't, look back and check again, then come back to me
Maybe just me but asking him what do you mean maybe requires an answer

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8 minutes ago, Smudger said:
1 hour ago, Krfc 10 said:
I didn't, look back and check again, then come back to me

Maybe just me but asking him what do you mean maybe requires an answer

Your no getting this are you?😂 You said I told him to jog on, I didn't, it was someone else, so what's wrong with me asking him what he meant?

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the first half on Saturday peter we were all basking in glorious sunshine, the rain started just after half time , and its a credit to the neilston guys that that the park held up well as arthurlie game just down the road got abandoned


It was abandoned due to the rain causing a flood outside the ground that backed up the drain that runs down one side of the pitch. The rest of the pitch was playable if it hadn’t flooded outside the ground the game never would have been abandoned. Check out Renfrew’s twitter feed for a video from outside the ground with players and officials cars sitting in the middle of a lake.

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It was abandoned due to the rain causing a flood outside the ground that backed up the drain that runs down one side of the pitch. The rest of the pitch was playable if it hadn’t flooded outside the ground the game never would have been abandoned. Check out Renfrew’s twitter feed for a video from outside the ground with players and officials cars sitting in the middle of a lake.
i no i saw the twiitter video, absolute monsoon , that's were we parked last week before game too, i'm not suprised got abandoned, wasn't having a dig at dunterlie btw , just giving brig o lea some praise

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No idea what it's like currently but the best junior grass pitch I have ever seen in the middle of winter was undoubtedly Troon. Could have been July for all you could tell when I visited 1 November day.

Probably could putt on it .

 

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i no i saw the twiitter video, absolute monsoon , that's were we parked last week before game too, i'm not suprised got abandoned, wasn't having a dig at dunterlie btw , just giving brig o lea some praise


I didn’t think you were. Just trying to explain to people why our game got abandoned when Neilston up the road and Pollok a few miles down the road didn’t.

Fair play to the ref who tried to give it time but when the ball went into the flooded area our left back tried to dribble it out and left it behind.

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Very impressed by Luncarty's bowling green surface when I was there watching Lochee Utd a couple of weeks ago.

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Buffs Park last Wednesday was immaculate considering the amount of rain with which it had had to cope recently. Pity the same could not be said of Mr Strain’s persistent ravings. Is he a full shilling? Much more of an effort should be made to make it look like he writes his own programme notes.

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15 minutes ago, Thee Talbot Bing said:
6 hours ago, Burnie_man said:
Self praise is no praise at all apparently.

Why is this clown still lurking inn the juniors threads?

Joined just a couple of weeks ago aye :lol:

Edited by Burnie_man

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Was at the lok v Clydebank game last night. And as Holm park doesn't qualify I've got to say lok's grass park is in amazing condition. Glasgow has had very heavy rain, and their park was fantastic. It was a pleasure to watch a good game played on a bowling green. Well done Pollok

 

 

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3 hours ago, Thee Talbot Bing said:
9 hours ago, Burnie_man said:

 

 lurking inn 

Don't know if I've been in that one.

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On 13/08/2019 at 18:03, Sergeant Wilson said:

Don't know if I've been in that one.

A wide range of Bitter......

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Buffs Park last Wednesday was immaculate considering the amount of rain with which it had had to cope recently. Pity the same could not be said of Mr Strain’s persistent ravings. Is he a full shilling? Much more of an effort should be made to make it look like he writes his own programme notes.

Lot of good work being done on the surface by local company Gt groundcare,even after this weeks rain it was still immaculate.As for Chris,he has his faults and can go 2 far,but give me a passionate manager who makes decisions to 1 who sits in his dugout doing nothing.

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