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August 29, 2017, 8:17pm Report to Moderator
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You said you didn't have one ????
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Just to extend our final thanks to everyone who donated, supported, watched or played in the game.

We still have the justgiving page open for another couple of weeks as we have some post game coverage taking place so a confirmed total will be released soon - but early days suggest that we have comfortably passed £1200 after all costs have been accounted for.

There were 161 fans in attendance and a peak audience of 886 watching the game online. This is a fantastic statement of intent regarding the boycott and both teams would like to see other fan groups pick up the mantle and run their own matches.

To those who watched the game, I hope you enjoyed a the flowing high quality of football on show......enjoyed a beer at the side of the pitch and made the most of your night!

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How did they watch on line Biggles? And will the same be available for the next Checkourtirade match?


History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.
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Am I right in thinking whatever was happening at Blundell Park wasn't on iplayer or whatever it is.. If so doesn't the proper game at St Christopher's have more viewers?
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How did they watch on line Biggles? And will the same be available for the next Checkourtirade match?


We put a live stream out over twitter.

Afraid that we wont be able to run it again for our next match, as much as we would love too. We had to call the game early because of the lights and to rent stronger floodlighting would cost too much.

Unless we have a particularly big benefactor out there.

Whats Mike Parker doing these days?


As far as we are aware our 'audience' between in person and online was more than the combined total watching the game at BP.
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Could you not just hire the full Bradley 3G pitch as a private booking and play on there ? If a couple of hundred people just happen to turn up to watch thats not your fault  
Fully floodlit, decent facilities.


                                                   
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We put a live stream out over twitter.

Afraid that we wont be able to run it again for our next match, as much as we would love too. We had to call the game early because of the lights and to rent stronger floodlighting would cost too much.

Unless we have a particularly big benefactor out there.

Whats Mike Parker doing these days?


As far as we are aware our 'audience' between in person and online was more than the combined total watching the game at BP.


Cheers Biggles. I suppose I'll have to join the modern world and get the Twitter. Eventually.


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