It’ll Be Off


NPL Results Roundup
August 18, 2008, 7:05 am
Filed under: Results Roundup

Bradford Park Avenue started the season in some style, humping Prescot Cables 4-0. Stuart Rudd scored twice, and no doubt Bob Blackburn is sat in an office somewhere desperately trying to wank his pathetic, flaccid cock back to life so he can ejaculate his moronic opinions on to a message board somewhere.

But the good/evil balance was restored, as Leigh Genesis lost 2-0 away to Eastwood Town, who Non League Today reckons will go up as Champions. Mind, in the same article they were banging on about our huge budget, so you know, pinch of salt and all that. I’m not looking forward to Eastwood Town away. It sounds like a dangerous Wild West outpost. Next season we’ll end up playing in Dodge City, Deadwood and Tombstone. Which, despite the rampant death, crime and pestilence, would all be preferred destinations to Ilkeston, who drew 1-1 with Kendal.

Worksop Town conceded four second half goals on the way to losing 6-2 away to Marine. Worksop incidentally, is the home of Wilkinsons, the working man’s Selfridges. The other Merseyside team in the division, Cammell Laird, lost 2-0 away at Guiseley.

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Actually Cables were so wretched on Saturday it’s something of a poor performance by Bradford not to rack up double figures.

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[…] English Non-League action, It’ll Be Off looks at the NPL results, in his usual inimitable style: “Bradford Park Avenue started the season in some style, […]

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