Arriving in the ice rink at 07,10, worried in case we did not have enough players, and
everything would go to plan. Then Pat turned up 10 minutes later going over everything, checking his phone to see who could not make it. We sat in the dressing room at 7, 40 am drinking coffee when the door burst open. It was the Galleon staff checking to see if we required help, and to let us know that everything was in place for one of the most
eventful mornings on the Outlaws calendar. Soon after players arrived, one at a time, then two, together. Each time the door opened the noise, and laughter got louder. Some of which was based on B Mitchell’s gift of 24 cans of pussy juice, power drink to myself ?
As it got close to the face off I went out to check the clock in the ice rink. Jim Morris was setting up the time clock with P McBride sorting out score sheets, The spectator stand filling up with family, friends, and fellow players from other clubs, who had made time to offer there
support.Being the easy going laid back guy that I am, and knowing the talented players I had in my team. I let the whites have the extra man. They had 10,we had 9.
Goals. Assists. Goals. Assists
Hot Dog. 4. G McIntyre. B Mitchell. 1. M Laird
G McIntyre 1. R Paton. P Smith. 1. C Bone
An Gibson. 4
R Paton, F Bennett, P Kane.
A big thank you to the Greenock Piranhas for their donation, and coming along to support us. Also the guys and gals from the Caledonian Thunder, for their support. Last but not least ..All the wife’s, girl friends, boy friends, families, and anyone I may have missed,moor coming along and sitting in the cold to watch our game. To date we have raised £ 595 for Cancer Research. By Monday we should have £ 625 .
Just remembered, K Kerr of the Piranha 2 made a small donation.
A very big thanks to every one. Davie.
PS. The new jerseys have arrived. See you Sunday.