Monday, May 30, 2011
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Andrew Strauss leads out England
Saturday, May 21, 2011
First up were Triaxis, whose flyer quotes Priest, Megadeth and Testament as influences, and that's about right. To be honest, they're better than Testament, as a blistering 30 minute set proved when it went down a storm, topped off perfectly by a cover of Maiden's 'Wicker Man'.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Friday, May 13, 2011
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Saturday, May 7, 2011
Sunday, May 1, 2011
To quote from the Ebbw Vale website:
"In a tight and tense game at Cardiff Arms Park, it was the Premier Division's bottom side, Glamorgan Wanderers, who emerged as winners. For critics of the play off system, it was a Blues regional player (the excellent Josh Navidi) and a full back on permit from another Premiership team (former Ebbw points machine, Gareth Cull) who scored 13 of the Ely side's points.
We congratulate the Wanderers on a hard fought victory that will see them take on Division One West champions Bridgend next Saturday. Ebbw's points came from a penalty try after tremendous pressure by the Steelmen pack, and two penalties and a conversion by Dorian Jones.
Congratulations to Neil Edwards and his fellow coaches, players and backroom staff for the most enjoyable season for years, and here's to another one in Division One East next year."
We really got our game going in the 2nd half as our pack turned the screw on a faltering Wanderers, but it wasn't to be. Furthermore, I really can't see the Wanderers beating Bridgend next Saturday (nor do I think we would have).
And I really can't add anymore to that Trevor.