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Antelope 1 - New Ward 'A' 0 ( Both Matches )

Lee Cox  Tuesday, March 27, 2001  13:09 GMT

A New Ward side playing almost at full strength were unlucky not to have won both encounters
in this double header against an unimpressive Antelope side. The New Ward defence
made sure that the divisions top scorers were kept at bay for the first half, by some
resolute defending, and the stout frame of Warren Ward. New Ward were unlucky
to concede a goal midway through the second half, when Antelope broke well and scored.

The first match was played out with New Ward piling on the pressure, and thanks to
some dubious decisions by the ref , who looked like a father ted extra, who looked even
more pasty and half cut than Paul Shore, who managed to get thorugh the match with the minimum amount
of effort, New Wards efforts to try and retrieve something from this match, were thwarted.

The second match was played in a similar fashion to the first match, New Ward were
again pretty impressive, but were unfortunate to be hit on the counter attack. Paul
Shore from his new left wing back position, was surging forward when the ball was stolen
from him, and Antelope attacked in numbers.

The New Ward midfield and defence were just starting to get back, when the mad, drunken, irishman, otherwise known as
the referee, ajudged a New Ward player to have tackled an Antelope player just inside
the New Ward half. Antelope seized the moment and attatcked in numbers, and were
to score from their qucikly taken free kick, which was hotly disputed by the New Ward

Later on in the match, New Ward's very own Spanish left wing back, Paul Shore was to
be booked for acting drunk and disorderly on the the field of play. I don't know why I am
writing this, because Paul cant handle the truth and will probably delete this.
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