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Edgware and SJP

By Jeff Hill (legacy user)4/1/2015 12:35Sun Jan 4 12:35:45 2015

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I went along to SJP yesterday to see how the pitch looked with a proper match being played on it. It was superb, you forget it ain't grass in no time. Anyway, with that objective out of the way, I, along with a good number of Hendon fans (and a few from Dulwich and Barnet) enjoyed a great afternoon. We created a bit of atmosphere behind the covered end, was joined by some Edgware fans, had great banter with the Stony Stratford keeper, and saw a 3 all draw. And all for four quid.
I personally can't wait to move there now. Rob Morris stood with us behind the goal, how proud he must feel. I was pleased for Edgware Town whose average attendance was tripled.
I am almost hoping our away game at Enfield next week is postponed so I can go back for Edgware's next home game.
Only bad point, no 4 finger Kit Kats available on the day, but I believe they'll only be 60p when in stock.

  • Collapse threadEdgware and SJP by Jeff Hill4/1/2015 12:35Sun Jan 4 12:35:45 2015view thread
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