at the Windsor Food Service Stadium, Sandy Lane, Worksop
Lee Whittington Benefit Match
Worksop Parramore XI (2) 4
Sheffield FC XI (2) 4
Attendance, I expected more
Lee Whittington Benefit Match details
Either way, it's a very becoming and rather striking appearance Max.
Personally, I'm waiting for Fanuary, when hordes of eager females are letting their lady gardens get out of control and waxing them in a handlebar shape fashion at the corners.
|Two quality goals|
It's a real shame that he wasn't actually playing, but modest as ever, I'm sure Rinky didn't want to steal the show from his old mate Darren Bland, who nearly weighed in with a goal himself.
|Parramore's number 9 was a little Bland|
Which is a real shame.
That is my opinion by the way, not anybody else's.
Not that it's my place to question anybody's actions of course.
But, just a thought, it wouldn't hurt some Tigers fans to consider where their club might be, or more to the point might not be, if it hadn't of been for Peter Whitehead and Worksop Parramore FC.
However it was good to catch up with some of the Worksop Town fans who did make the effort.
|Peter Whitehead - Top bloke!|
But, having said that, he always did things at his own pace, throughout his career anyway.
Martin McIntosh weighed in with two great goals, no doubt implementing the goal scoring skills he picked up while he was at Mansfield Town, but he wore gloves! Hmm, I s'pose he was associated with Hibs for a while too, so he probably picked up a few 'big Jessie' traits while he was there.
The pitch was srtarting to freeze over towards the end of the game, which won't have helped some of the older, tired legs out there, but we all managed to get home before hypothermia set in.
A great gesture by Parramore to help out an injured player.
I hope you have a full and speedy recovery Whitto.