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crusty ole pie
January 31, 2015, 8:59am Report to Moderator

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At Halifax lets hope we keep playing ( and winning )
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Setting off from Northampton at 10am, thought it was our game you were referring to...Phew!


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Snowing heavy in GY where I am now. Sure it's nothing the under soil heating can't take care of though.
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The only way I can see our game being called off is if the ref can't be arsed running around in it.
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If the snow keeps at this pace for an hour I cant see the game going ahead it`s hoofing down
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Snowing heavy in GY where I am now. Sure it's nothing the under soil heating can't take care of though.


I didn't know we had under-soil heating?

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I didn't know we had under-soil heating?



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I didn't know we had under-soil heating?



It's powered by hot air direct from the board room.


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Just phone press dept at GTFC.  NO plans for pitch inspection.  Pitch is fine as it is not cold, however, it will all depend on how long it snows for, and keep looking at OS for any updates


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Kiddy v Eastleigh off. Water logged pitch


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