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 Post subject: History makers
PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2021 11:59 pm 
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3rd time in a row in the first round.

First step 3 side to do that ... ever.

Ball number 3 if we get into the 2nd round draw.

And if we do lose to Poole on Saturday, our last 3 league defeats will be against the same opponent. Wonder if that's ever happened before! Hoping it doesn't of course ..


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2021 12:36 am 
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A match which will be remembered for years to come as one of the greats at the SkyEx. Players on both sides gave absolutely everything but we came through despite being down to 10-and-a-half men at the end with Jordan valiantly covering ground despite being on one leg. I know Tyler was the attacking stand-out but Jordan's work on Briggs was worthy of man of the match in my opinion.

The views of the Dorking manager to be found here.


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 Post subject: Re: History makers
PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2021 12:47 pm 
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:footy2 Brilliant evening. Well done the entire H&Y team! Good atmosphere as well with Dorking fans making themselves heard.

Parking was a big issue and if we do go up this season then having bigger crowds will need looking at.

Wow we are being spoilt this season (let's enjoy it!) :clap2


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2021 2:05 pm 
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What a night what a game. Both sides both wanted to progress to the next round gave it their all in atrocious playing conditions. At the end you could see how much the win meant to the players and fans. Even a Delroy roared was heard. Totally agree with the film critic observations re parking. The surrounding area was packed with traffic I think mainly down to Goals. I arrived at about 7.15pm and the main car park was full I was put into the wrecked vehicles area. Late comers could not get in and there was no parking available outside.
I expect with Sutton there will be an even larger crowd and parking will be a massive issue Hopefully a full house


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 Post subject: Re: History makers
PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2021 6:10 pm 
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Crongratulations to the Hayes &Y, lets hope the team will be able to recover for the weekend.


On the car parking
I think the answer will be a £5 parking fee , this would reduce the demand for car parking but generate funds from those financially advantaged. These funds could be used for tarmaking and suitable lighting of the car park.
I would also suggest a £2 drop off/pick up charge (as per heathrow).
The council should enforce the parking regultions along the neighbouring roads.

This would be in line with the govenments green policy, plus getting us all fitter using the bus and walking.

Gary
(tarmaking not to be confused with tarmacing https://www.urbandictionary.com/define. ... =tarmacing)


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 Post subject: Re: History makers
PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2021 6:17 pm 
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Gaza, a great idea about charging for Parking, as at Church Road but again………who out of our small team of volunteers would be able to and want to do it?
Little idea of mine, again needs a volunteer, there are a lot of businesses that are empty on a Saturday, could these Companies be approached?

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2021 6:47 pm 
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ex spain wrote:
who out of our small team of volunteers would be able to and want to do it?

At £1 a car I would vounteer (extra tips would get you nearer the exit)

Gary


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