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1 Hemel away. on Sun Mar 23 2014, 13:54

I shall be taking a car load down and i know of a good few other's who are making the journey.

I'm expecting little due to our defensive injuries but if we could pull off a shock win it'd make that long journey home sail by.

COYGB.

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2 Re: Hemel away. on Mon Mar 24 2014, 09:29

Short notice, but I can offer a lift to anybody who can be in West Brom for 5 or just before.

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3 Re: Hemel away. on Mon Mar 24 2014, 09:30

Lift also possibly available to Poole. Not sure of my plans yet.

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4 Re: Hemel away. on Mon Mar 24 2014, 11:17

Anybody got an idea as the best route to Hemel from Stourbridge?

I used to cover down to Chesham as part of my work area and AA Route Planner is suggesting M40 down to junction 9 ( Bicester ) and then cutting across country whereas i'd probably have gone down as far as junction 4 or 2 and cut across from there.

Any advice would be appreciated?

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5 Re: Hemel away. on Mon Mar 24 2014, 13:25

Personally I'd go down to junction 9, round Bicester, through Aylesbury and then the A41 is dual carriageway all the way to the outskirts of Hemel. The ground is closer to the M1 than the A41. Since I'm going direct from West Brom I'll probably go down the M1.

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6 Re: Hemel away. on Mon Mar 24 2014, 14:35

TRM wrote:Personally I'd go down to junction 9, round Bicester, through Aylesbury and then the A41 is dual carriageway all the way to the outskirts of Hemel. The ground is closer to the M1 than the A41. Since I'm going direct from West Brom I'll probably go down the M1.

Cheers TRM.

Oh by the way Dave,before you suggest the M6………….NO!


Just leave it…okay!?

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7 Re: Hemel away. on Mon Mar 24 2014, 18:29

Devil's Advocate wrote:
TRM wrote:Personally I'd go down to junction 9, round Bicester, through Aylesbury and then the A41 is dual carriageway all the way to the outskirts of Hemel. The ground is closer to the M1 than the A41. Since I'm going direct from West Brom I'll probably go down the M1.

Cheers TRM.

Oh by the way Dave,before you suggest the M6………….NO!


Just leave it…okay!?

Best way to get to the M1 I find.  Very Happy

M5, M6, M1 junction 8, A414 for about 2 miles, turn right, turn left, there you are more or less.

Pretty much the AA Routeplanner suggested route, that's normally bang on.

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8 Re: Hemel away. on Mon Mar 24 2014, 19:45

Best way to M1 is M42, M40,A46,A45,M45,M1

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9 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 12:52

Any news on the Centre Half situation?

I presume Will will still be injured but how far off fitness is "Old Father Time" Nathan?

A bit worrying about this virus Nathan has,seems to be taking forever to clear up.

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10 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 13:56

Spoke to Nathans dad on Sat, he seemed doubtful that Nathan would be fit for some time yet.

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11 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 20:40

Team: Coleman Benbow Knight Ramsey-Dickson Geddes Harris Haynes Broadhurst Brown Billingham Sansara

Subs: Fitzpatrick Canavan Washbourne Tye

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12 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 20:40

0-1

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13 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 20:40

1-1 Benbow

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14 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 20:41

1-2

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15 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 20:41

HT 1-2

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16 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 21:06

2-2 Billingham

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17 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 21:12

2-3

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18 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 21:14

stour_boy wrote:2-3

Or 3-2 even.

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19 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 21:15

That would imply 3-2 up! I'm not as cruel as our Twitter, saying we are well in the game only for us to concede :/

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20 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 21:18

3-3 Billingham

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21 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 21:22

3-4

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22 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 21:22

It wouldn't imply it at all because it's how the scoreline reads you oaf.

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23 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 21:23

Haha Wink

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24 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 21:40

FT. Pushed the champions elect all the way. Unlucky boys.

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25 Re: Hemel away. on Tue Mar 25 2014, 21:48

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Hemel knew they were in a battle tonight. To come from behind 3 times against them showed a lot of heart. Going forward they're clinical though. They score 3 or 4 most weeks, without being gifted 3 of them. Their defence was nothing special at all if they didn't have Mackey etc they wouldn't be top. Still, thats what you get when you buy the league.

Never seen so many fans at Hemel I wonder why? Oh and I'd LOVE it if Chesham catch them.

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