After a very poor and one sided trial match at Swansea last night, let us hope the two matches today are far better. Good luck to Saracens and Glasgow!
Monthly Archives: May 2014
Two days off and an overnight stay in Oswestry, can’t wait. Going to travel to Oswestry via Hereford and come home via my old stomping ground in Mid Wales. Dinner in Llyswen – fantastic!
Sport -Season 2014-15
All season tickets purchased, two for the Blues and one for the Bluebirds. Only 3 months until the new seasons!
Peak of the week
Only 1 and a half hours before we start sliding towards the weekend. And with it being a bank holiday week and the fact that I have two days off at the end of next week, I cannot wait!!
Off to Bills for breakfast this morning before some retail therapy for summer hols.
My live sport this weekend is watching my nephew play a football tournament tomorrow, in Bridgend.
Last sporting weekend of the season
What a packed weekend of sport we have to look forward to.
Unfortunately, it hasn’t started well with my Nephew’s football team losing the playoff for league champions this evening at Trelai Park in Ely. The final score was 3. 2 after extra time (2. 2 FT). It was a great match and my Nephew scored an excellent goal having taken a cross from a free kick, heading past the goalkeeper. The good news is that both teams have earned promotion!
Tomorrow we are off to Parc y Scarlets to watch the Scarlets v the Blues. Having won the last four games, including a home win against the Scarlets two weeks ago, it will be great to make it 5 out of 5 and restore some pride to the season – C’mon the Blues!
Talking of pride, after been relegated from the Premier league last Sunday, the Bluebirds play their last game of the season at home on Sunday against Chelsea. It would be great if we could finish with a consolation win against one of the top teams in the Premiership – C’mon the Bluebirds!