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 on: Today at 04:24:19 PM 
Started by Brian Flynn - Last post by Alty Dave
Thanks Brian, good report.

It was only the Ladies second game of the season, and the occasion of playing at the stadium got to them early doors. Settled down better second half, Jessica as a stand in GK was excellent being an outfield player.

The ladies section thank everyone involved in allowing and helping on the day to make it happen. Shame we couldn't get a better result, but wasn't for the lack of trying.

Alty Dave

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 on: Today at 03:49:26 PM 
Started by Steve from Sale - Last post by that man showler
No idea how many season tickets we have sold but according to the main website Bill states they are at record levels

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 on: Yesterday at 11:57:37 PM 
Started by admin - Last post by Hugh
Right, it's the end of the week, it's the "that political bug" section, so I guess I should say something on recent developments.

Firstly, on places I've been tracking.

Globally, there was an average of 5307 deaths/day over the last week, compared to 5757/day for the week before, and 5291/day the week before that, so pretty much stable - though how reliable the reported figures are is another matter - just look at Belarus!
Lockdown fanatics Peru have recorded 111 deaths/day, down from 129/day last week, from a population of 33m.
France saw 675 deaths, compared to 304 the week before, and 95 the week before that, so I may have to revise up my prediction of 500/week maximum for the UK slightly!
Brazil saw 5259 reported deaths last week, compared to 5008 the week before, and 5759 the previous week, so apparently fairly stable, and with a death rate marginally higher than the UK, though I suspect the diverse geography of such a large country could complicate things.
Our friends in Sweden were up 19 (approx equivalent to 128 in the UK), compared to 11 the week before, and 14 the week before that, though I hesitate to claim any trend in such small numbers.
Here in the UK, the figure for last week (Sun to Sat) was 163, compared to 74 the week before.

Well, what I will say with some certainty is that we will not see UK deaths increasing 3 fold per week over the next few weeks as in March when deaths rose from 14 on the 14th to 980 (reported) on Goof Friday.
And that I know which of those countries I'd want to live in - Sweden!

Well, I'll be adding Belgium (9944deaths) and Spain (30495 deaths) to my watch list and hope to update further in the future. Feel free to disagree - or leave me to write my own script. Anyway, here are the bare facts, and people can draw their own conclusions.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:24:07 PM 
Started by admin - Last post by Hugh
Glad the speedway are ok, would have been a shame to lose the site completely.

One would assume there's not much left of greyhound racing now with multiple London sites also closing - unless they simply use different venues.

Didn't Winsford used to have something of the sort?

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 on: Yesterday at 11:10:42 PM 
Started by Steve from Sale - Last post by Hugh
pretty sure it's not 903 season tickets, aren't people buying 2 season tickets counted as 1 order on this for a start?

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 on: Yesterday at 10:21:53 PM 
Started by Brian Flynn - Last post by B. 4D
A very enjoyable afternoon, having a beer in the sunshine.
ALTY Ladies Out played first half, but second half gave a good showing.
The second half makeshift keeper did really well. She should be proud of her performance.
Turnout was about 200.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:13:52 PM 
Started by Mrs Warbouys - Last post by JD



What provisions have the board implemented to deal with unwanted pitch invaders?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leeds-54224681


Alpaca large lead and a shovel in the required kit list.

I remember his Uncle Kerry and the World Series cricket in the 70s

Pure gold, I can't do butter than that.

 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

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 on: Yesterday at 10:13:36 PM 
Started by admin - Last post by RageAgainstTheFirstTeam
Well, the greyhounds demise was sped up by COVID, but the dog track was already scheduled for demolition so they were finished anyway. The speedway are fine by the way, they're playing fixtures (if that's the right term) in the shiny new stadium next door.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:25:39 PM 
Started by Mrs Warbouys - Last post by Saughall Robin
Having attended the Alty Ladies game this afternoon. I was told by a steward that no one was allowed to stand in the Golf Road end. The away toilets are an absolute disgrace. It looks like they haven't been cleaned since before the lockdown, if at all. So I am not sure how they are going to strictly enforce the social distancing rule if they are not allowing supporters in the Golf Road End.


Did he say why?

There is enough space there to distance surely!

No reason was given

Perhaps they'd just cleaned it. 😉🙄😂

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 on: Yesterday at 09:19:05 PM 
Started by HashtagAlty - Last post by oneedham
Any update?
Photos from today would suggest no work has been done.

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