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By Dorset Don (legacy user)8/10/2014 18:08Wed Oct 8 18:08:06 2014

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Drew 3-3 last night after trailing 0-3 on 89 minutes I kid you not. Looking forward to seeing faces old and new on Saturday. For those who have not been before you will find one of the best grounds at this level. Has staged football league games in the recent past. Plenty of cover all round the ground so no excuses about the weather. Come on down and support the mighty greens!! See you all behind the goal

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Come on You Greens

By Dorset Don (legacy user)10/10/2014 12:23Fri Oct 10 12:23:28 2014In response to Dorchester latestTop of thread

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It was a bit weird yesterday reading the local Dorset rag and seeing a preview of tomorrow's game against the Magpies with the mighty Dons. It's been a while since the Dons ventured this far West (Taunton in the FA Trophy springs to mind) so we are looking forward to seeing the boys in action.

There is a real rivalry between the towns of Weymouth and Dorchester, the league meeting earlier this season drew over 1500 and having managed a Weymouth youth team for 8 years, the rivalry extends all the way down to junior football as well.

As manager, I once got sent from the touchline during a Dorchester v Weymouth youth game by a referee from Dorch (brother of one of the players) so this game does have an added edge for the Huttons down here in Dorset.

Looking forward to what should be a cracking game and seeing some old faces again. Let's enjoy the day out and get behind Gary's boys in what is shaping up to be a memorable season.

See you all tomorrow. Paul

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We're the 12th man

By rwakeley (legacy user)10/10/2014 13:17Fri Oct 10 13:17:11 2014In response to Come on You GreensTop of thread

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Monumental journey tomorrow. I maintain in cup matches its important not to conceed early.
There place looks rather expansive which may well play into our hands. Vitally important for an all-round performance with utilisation of the flanks.
Reminicsent of Eastboourne Borough and a similar comparable trojan-like performance required.
I'm sure the lads are physically and mentally primed for this.
Recent form counts for nothing.
Get behind the lads, and hopfully come five o'clock we can all be celebrating another famous victory.
Great to hear that Casey is on the mend. I recall the shift that lad put in at Eastbourne. Literally had be helped off by the fizz with 15 too go. The lad gave everything.
Good luck tomorrow chaps - get out there and enjoy it.

rwakeley

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We're the 12th man

By mike cox (legacy user)10/10/2014 15:39Fri Oct 10 15:39:30 2014In response to We're the 12th manTop of thread

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The need to connect myself to the wretched nebuliser machine every few hours means I can't make the big game tomorrow but I will be there in spirit going through untold mental agonies throughout the afternoon. Have a good one lads.

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