CMFL NORTH AT STONE CLOSE KIVETON PARK
20 JANUARY 2018 --- 2PM
|RENISHAW RANGERS FC STONE CLOSE GROUND|
It all started so well for the second week running for the home side a presentation following last weeks 'Team of the Month' today saw league representative John Cornthwaite present the award for the 'Respect' team. The club were also able to welcome new physio Mark Grayling to the fold or more appropriately the technical area.
|DEBUT FOR MARK GRAYLING|
|PIT PONIES PUT OUT TO GRASS|
Stone Close was awaking to visitors by now and having paid the admission the teams were obtained from both clubs and also a quick greeting to the officials including Stuart Walker was made, good to catch up again.
|ALAN IS RECORDING ALL FOR POSTERITY|
|CMFL RESPECT AWARD BY JOHN CORNTHWAITE TO RENISHAW CHAIRMAN MARTIN BAXTER|
|CANN GETS A SHOT IN FOR LINCOLN|
This seemed to invigorate the home side Owen Ryan firing wide from a good position before the same player forced the visiting keeper Blake Caldwell into a good save for a corner. From the resulting kick Theo Wilson saw his header saved by the Lincoln keeper and again the ten men were gaining confidence Brandon Ashmore trying an effort from long range that flew just over the crossbar.
|RENISHAW KEEPER FEELS THE PAIN AS HIS NAMESAKE REFEREE EXPLAINS ITS A GOAL|
|ASSISTANT REFEREE STUART WALKER CONSIDERS IF THE TRAIN IS ACTIVE|
|RENISHAW ON THE ATTACK|
|BREAKAWAY FOR RENISHAW|
With a little bit of time built in there was chance to pop over to the cricket clubs pavilion for an after match social and as per most cricket clubs there was a wonderful selection of memorabilia attached to the walls including a wonderful shot of a cricket match in full flow with the former pit dwarfing proceedings through the cover.
A standard return on the trains with seats gained and indeed this had been a steady local saunter to a club and village that is becoming an ever interesting journey to follow.