We had three goals for Sandhurst Town at the weekend which meant after missing the opening weekend, the Fizzers goal gifs were back with a bang.
Also this week, we have travellers causing a late postponement and an appeal for willing mascot at an Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division club.
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The Fizzers were back at it at the weekend with a 3-2 win over Kensington & Ealing Borough. Mitchel Cooper’s below is going to take some beating but we look forward to seeing what’s next. As long as it’s not more Patrick Gardner..
There’s clearly a budget for these as well as this first one would have cost the club an absolute fortune in mosquito spray.
An unusual postponement
In a previous life, some of the writers of Football in Berkshire were directors at Bracknell Town. We may have mentioned this a few times. We once had a pre season friendly called off at Eversley & California by the referee because there was to much goose poo on the pitch.
This is another level though, and not a short trip for Staines.
Spotter: Rob Davies
Sometimes you go with your dad to the game don’t you? Sometimes you point the camera at him and ask him for his thoughts on the game (which in this case was Hungerford vs Slough).
Well, my dad just blurted out his favourite Porridge quote. Which made about as much sense as the weather on Tuesday night.
Dream job alert!
Do you dream of taking part in the mascot Grand National? Do you ache for touchline mischief? Do you yearn for a tail?
Then Reading City have the job for you! They are looking for an individual (or individuals) to take on the role of Lawsy the Lion, the City mascot who parades on the touchline during Uhlsport Hellenic League fixtures.
Festivals are bad kids
This one is from last week but it’s our feature okay!? Strong words from the Epsom & Ewell twitter account against missing players who were off enjoying themselves at some music festival or other.
Just wait until they hear about Reading Festival in a fortnight’s time. Depriving Berkshire non league managers of players since 1971.
Spotter: Rob Davies
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