THE INANE RAMBLINGS FROM UP NORFF
‘NOWT SO QUEER AS YORKSHIRE FOLK’
BY KAREN BROWNE
The Views Expressed Are Solely My Own, Are Written Tongue In Cheek
And Should Be Taken With A Pinch Of Salt
TUESDAY 9th APRIL / WEDNESDAY 10th APRIL
Old Bradwell United lift the Division Two Cup. Codicote give themselves hope of avoiding the drop and Biggleswade FC leave it late to move back to the top of the Premier Division.
9/10 April Stats: 8 games played of which 5 were home wins, 2 were away wins and 1 draw.
Highest Midweek Attendances: 209 Biggleswade FC v Tring Athletic, 180 Old Bradwell United v Aston Clinton and 103 Winslow United v Risborough Rangers.
The Premier Division title race took another turn as Biggleswade FC regained the top spot following a 1-0 home success against fellow title hopefuls Tring Athletic, the game being settled by a late winner and now sees Biggleswade regain their destiny with the added bonus of having two games in hand. London Tigers picked up three valuable points in their quest to avoid relegation with a 3-0 win over visiting London Colney. For Stotfold the battle to avoid the drop continues as they were beaten 0-2 at home by Baldock Town. Elsewhere North Greenford United FC blasted visiting Biggleswade United with a two goal first half salvo before adding a third just after the hour mark, the visitors managed to claw one back in the final ten minutes. Full results and goalscorers (where known) listed below.
1-0 Biggleswade FC v Tring Athletic (Inskip) Attendance: 209
3-0 London Tigers v London Colney (Unknown) Attendance: Unknown
3-1 North Greenford United v Biggleswade United (Molyneux , Pither) / (Hankins) Attendance: 56
0-3 Stotfold v Baldock Town (Barnes, Forsythe, Barker) Attendance: 80
Codicote came out on top by the odd goal in five in their relegation ‘six-pointer’ against visiting Brimsdown, the winner coming from the penalty spot. Winslow United maintained their push to finish third with a solitary goal win over visiting Risborough Rangers in front of a crowd of 103. Elsewhere London Lions recorded a 3-0 win at Wodson Park. Full results and goalscorers listed below.
3-2 Codicote v Brimsdown (Banks  [1 pen], Iwediuno) / (Akinsanya, Saywood) Attendance: 41
1-0 Winslow United v Risborough Rangers (Freshwater [pen]) Attendance: 103
0-3 Wodson Park v London Lions (Kyte , Lipman) Attendance: 20
DIVISION TWO CUP FINAL
Old Bradwell United overcame the sending off of Darryl Smith early in the game to claim their first Division Two Cup success with victory in a penalty shoot-out after a goalless draw with Aston Clinton at Bell Close. The game was broadcast live on internet radio by Motty’s Mic (Christofer Walker), this followed the coverage 24 hours earlier of the big Premier Division title clash. Full result listed below.
0-0 [3-2 pens] Old Bradwell United v Aston Clinton (@ Leighton Town FC) Attendance: 180
The lengths and depths the lovers of the Beautiful game will go to.
A football fan overjoyed at a player signing for his team has got his name tattooed on his bottom after making a promise on Twitter. Scott Reay tweeted he would get an Alan Judge tattoo if the midfielder signed a permanent contract with Ipswich Town. He said he was “true to my word” and “had to get it done” when “Judgey” penned the deal with the Tractor Boys. Mr Reay, 32, from Newcastle, said: “He’s such a good player, I thought there would be no chance he’d stay.” The sales assistant had the name Judgey and the Ipswich Town crest tattooed on his backside. He said it “was just a bit of banter at first” but “blew up” as soon as Ipswich Town retweeted his post. Mr Reay said he “didn’t really know why” he supported Ipswich except for liking tractors when he was younger.