Match Reports are written immediately after the game and are a representaion of what happened on and off the field. Other information such as players, reserves, points and scorers are also included along with previous game reports from matches against that team with photographs and videos if available.
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We knew it was going to be a good game, hard fought as games against the Bollocks always are. But we didn't expect the level of animosity or the injuries to be quite that severe. Something was clearly in their drinking water this week. But we survived and came out victors. A fitting end to Dick's time here in New Zealand.
I'm not going to wax lyrical about Dick. That's not my style *cough cough bullshit*, as we've all seen him play some exceptionally good football interspersed with some extremely poor drinking skills. The boy's a lightweight, in both body and sobriety. But nevertheless, it was a pleasure to have him in our team and in our lives for four years. Thank you Dick. And good luck to you and Ginny on your travels.
Photo's will show that several Keiths scored. Tries and Conversions. Except when Breen scored. I was both shocked and surprised that he could lumber his walrusesque shape across the line, and all I managed to snap of the momentous occasion was a blurry shot of the grass. Sorry, not sorry. But he's in the books as a try score so that's all that matters really. Other try scorers was Sean, Sam and Bravo who I'm thinking I may simply pre-write their names on the scoring sheet and just fill in the number at the end of the match. It's becomming monotonous, but in a very good way. Ross also dotted down for a brace but soon after he was on the sideline seeing the back of a Red Card after being on the end of some vicious kicking of which being the Scotsman he is gave a good retaliatory smack with the knee back. It's ok though, Kristen (girls name) is his lawyer at the judicary.
Currie surprised many by leaping to catch the kick offs but not so high as to worry anyone about the fall back to earth. Being able to jump higher than the height of a small box is useful, but no need to show off. Alan tried. And got better at running and holding on to people as they flew by which he and I are very pleased about. Breen, before leaving the field, tried extra hard to impress the future missus and did so with skill and style winning himself the MVP. He really is getting better at this rugby malarky.
Blah blah blah insert bit about Sam, Sean and Kev being excellent here. Also insert bit about Dick's kicking.
Poacher, Breen Aj and others were forced to retire from the game early due to some additional unnecessary rough play from Linwood. AJ's looking particularly bloody. Which gives us pause to remember that with six games left in the season, we still need to take care of our fragile bodies. So rest up this week, get a good training in on Thursday and be rearing to go on Saturday.
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Incorporated  29th March 2004 Secretary - John McKEAGE
Affiliated with Christchurch High School Old Boys' RFC (Incorporated  19th October 1960) Secretary - Geoff FALLOON
CLUBROOMS & PLAYING FIELDS
The H.S.O.B. RFC Clubrooms are located at 10 Riccarton Avenue with changing rooms at 5 Ayr Street. Playing and Training Fields at Bob Deans Fields, North Hagley Park and Training Fields at South Hagley Park
Head / Forward Coach - Phil KEARNS Back Coache - Cal DALL
Manager - Peter HADDOCK Keith At Large - Steve JONES Financial Controller - Kristen CURRIE Clothing Officer - Damien BREEN
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Committee - Isaac ARAPAI, Damien BREEN, Kristen CURRIE, Cal DALL, Peter HADDOCK, Bruce HALLINAN, Steve JONES, Phil KEARNS, John McKEAGE, Bevan WEBB, Kevin WILLIAMS