Thursday, November 23, 2006

Activity Centre to Ashes

While Dave, Cass, Shaun, Wal and Tina were watching a feed of the 1st Ashes test live from 8 am, Carl and the boys got some great long lefts at the Act Cent. Sunshine, light off shore and well formed 2 foot left handers off the far wall dropping into a gutter in the middle. Might do an early tomorrow then get back for the cricket?!
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5 comments:

ross said...

Now you get to see Ricky Pudding and his mates flogging the Poms live. Hell Dave you might as well take out residency! Tranh went overboard with his tribute to Merv Hughes though.
Make sure you watch the Kiwis slide in the back door and win the Tri Nations on Saturday. It will be good to see big bad Willy get sat on his fat arse again.

dave said...

don't know about that mate! we'll wait and see... Ross, you would have loved the rocket this morning (Friday: "Dawn Dash")long fast right handers...the fish worked a treat!

ross said...

Sounds like you got a good score at the Rocket. 29 mins is excellent work! I was out yesterday for a couple of mushy lefts at St Clair. Spring wind is still blowing the crap out od everything. You may have heard we have some icebergs about 70km off the coast so things are still a tad chilly. Hey I saw that Kenny movie about the Aussie battler who works for the port-a-loo outfit. Hilarious!

dave said...

Ross, 12.51 am Sunday: just seen the Aussies have a very easy win against the Kiwis...great stuff, result never in question! Re Kenny, downloaded on your recommendation...excellent!

ross said...

What a great game of footy! That's the way a final should be well except for the result but it definitely had my attention till the end. Who the hell said big Willie was allowed to kick the ball...shit I thought he was going to be the match winner. We have to get rid of that Vatuvei on the wing. There are fish out there with better hands than him.

Thought you'd like Kenny. It's a fun little film made on a shoestring, pretty much featuring all that bloke's real family playing the roles.

I hear the Barmy Army aren't having much fun downunder.