Monthly Archives: August 2012

Oh, I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside

Bank Holiday Sunday, and there was no local football on, so I thought I had better give Michelle my undevoted undivided attention and proposed that we go out for the day to the seaside. I know – the seaside on … Continue reading

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Que Sera, Sera: Ground Hopping 25th August 2012 Spennymoor Town v West Allotment Celtic: Brewery Field Spennymoor

Not exactly a new ground, but Saturday brought the excitement of the FA to my travels. I came to this game with Michelle and Josh, as the excitement of the FA Cup tie against West Allotment Celtic [WAC] was too … Continue reading

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Just a Cockle Picking Minute: Ground Hopping: 21st August 2012 Morecambe FC v York City: Globe Arena

As I was working in Liverpool this week, I thought I’d use the opportunity to take in a game in the North West. I saw Morecambe play at their old ground Christie Park way back in around 1981 or 1982. … Continue reading

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Ground Hopping: Spennymoor v Team Northumbria 18th August 2012

Saturday brought my first visit of the season to Spennymoor’s Brewery Field ground for their opening game of the 2012-2013 Ebac Northern League. The game was between last season’s league Champions (Spennymoor) and last Season’s Division 2 Champions, Team Northumbria. … Continue reading

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Ground Hopping–The Road to Wembley–10th August 2012

Yes, The Olympics are over and the football season is here. Sadly, I was unable to make it up to Spennymoor for their tie against Scarborough so I decided to go to watch a game local to me. I’ve cycled … Continue reading

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Critical Mass–Special Event

#critical mass Friday August 10th. Meeting at Waterloo Bridge and riding to Leyton to the location where Daniel Harris was killed by an Olympic Bus whilst cycling home from work. The ride is in his memory and is aimed at … Continue reading

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