Archive for April, 2010
It would be great to get more photos and videos on the website. I am looking for people who know how to take a video and then upload it on youtube. I can make youtube videos play easily on this website and thought it would make a good feature.
So if you have an iphone or a camera and don’t mind taking a few happy snaps, then please do so and let me know.
$10 per person, Prizes, Raffles, Commentary and Questions! 7:30pm Start!
The venue has been determined (Town Hall Hotel, 288 Bridge Road Richmond), the questions are being collated. We’re all ready to get cracking on the trivia event of the season! Get in early to get a meal and table organised. This should be a great function, book a table for your friends by contacting Waz at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cardinal favourite and former Best and Fairest winner Lach McDonough has been selected to represent the 1st XVIII for Old Scotch against Trinity on Saturday. Named on the bench, Old Scotch will look to utilise Lach’s agility and freakish goal sense up forward as they strive for their second win of the season.
Good Luck Lach, do the Cardinals proud!
Let’s make sure we are focused and switched on for this weeks game from the start and have another win on the board. As was said last night, there are no easy games in football and this week will be a good test for us.
Details of the game are:
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Given the negative responses, and the landside win to Andrew Fraser in the popularity contest, I’ve decided to pull the pin on the mock match reports. I’m not familiar with being unpopular, and it’s a feeling I’m rather uncomfortable with. ( I know now how Bowey feels on a daily basis) Therefore, from now on, all reports will be succinct and accurate.
Judging by some individual performances, the 9:30 start at James Boss was a touch early for a few players. Thommo looked like a bear waking from a winter’s hibernation while Bowey arrived in a cab, still dressed in the previous nights attire, chewing at the bit.
With the usual suspects starting on the bench, the ball was bounced, and the rugby scrum we call a football match got under way.
The social committee is working hard to keep us all together off the field. We have just planned out the dates for the years social events so that you can keep your schedule free!!! and they are as follows:
The mighty Richmond Cardinals grace the top of the Club XVIII ladder after 2 rounds following a solid 50 point win over Hampton Rovers. In other news the 1sts won over Swinburn Razorbacks after running away with the wind in the last but the reserves lost to the Razorbacks in what was a close game marred by inaccuracy by the snakes.