Hitchin (away) The Canary Down A Gold Mine Thread

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Decided against a trip to Hitchin. Too cold and I already got wet once today.
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Re: Hitchin (away) The Canary Down A Gold Mine Thread

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ETBee wrote: 08 Jul 2024, 16:54 Decided against a trip to Hitchin. Too cold and I already got wet once today.
Same for me.
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Any ID on the trialist tonight? LWB, number 35?
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Jdk103 wrote: 08 Jul 2024, 19:04 Any ID on the trialist tonight? LWB, number 35?
Is Kenlock not at LWB? (I'm not at the game)
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Re: Hitchin (away) The Canary Down A Gold Mine Thread

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#Beebot wrote: 08 Jul 2024, 19:14
Jdk103 wrote: 08 Jul 2024, 19:04 Any ID on the trialist tonight? LWB, number 35?
Is Kenlock not at LWB? (I'm not at the game)
At the left of a back 3 with grimwood and oluwo


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3-1 half time, Hartigan Wilkinson and Browne with the goals. Whole new team second half
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Re: Hitchin (away) The Canary Down A Gold Mine Thread

Post: # 377241Post Beesting »

Where did Tavares play?

Wonder why there’s no Kanu or RHJ?
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Re: Hitchin (away) The Canary Down A Gold Mine Thread

Post: # 377242Post Jdk103 »

Beesting wrote: 08 Jul 2024, 19:38 Where did Tavares play?

Wonder why there’s no Kanu or RHJ?
RWB, put a good shift in
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Re: Hitchin (away) The Canary Down A Gold Mine Thread

Post: # 377243Post Chainsaw »

Don't wish to jump the gun but Rhys Browne is looking as good as the night he terrified us at Woking not long ago.
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Beesting wrote: 08 Jul 2024, 19:38 Where did Tavares play?

Wonder why there’s no Kanu or RHJ?
Noticed that RHJ wasn’t on the wall behind DB in his interview where Cropper and Francis were. Would make sense if he’s gone tbh, don’t really need 3 right wing backs especially if Tavares can do a job there.
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Post: # 377246Post Jdk103 »

Full time 3-1 to the bees. Quieter second half with minutes in the tank.
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Chainsaw wrote: 08 Jul 2024, 19:40 Don't wish to jump the gun but Rhys Browne is looking as good as the night he terrified us at Woking not long ago.
I'd love to see him play in number 10 position just behind Kabamba - he'll make things happen for sure.

No 30 Kizzi? Looked a very strong defender and composed - definitely competition for places.
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Post: # 377249Post pauln50 »

The first half team of mostly newbies marshalled by Hartigan played really well and dominated possession. Hartigans free kick was fumbled by their keeper who up till then had made three brilliant saves. Finley Wilkinson and Rhys Brown's goals were both excellent individual goals.The second half team of mostly regulars were stifled by Hitchin and were not so direct. They were strong in defence though. Overall a positive start.
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Post: # 377250Post hoppy »

A few years since I’ve been to Hitchin’s ground but I remember a really good tea hut there.
Does Hitchin Town still do teas and coffees in china cups?
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Post: # 377251Post pauln50 »

nice ground, good tea hut but no china cups!
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