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Sporting Camel Toe FC
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- Supreme Major Label
- DCU Astro Ireland
- Diana, The Supremes, Ade Akinbyi, Peter Crouch, Ryan Giggs, Alan Shearer, The Polo, Pen Island FC(we saw them play and realised we r just better than them), Vince Vaughan, Anything Sexy, Cesc Fabregas Matt Le Tissier
- Champagne Football
- Me, Myself, and I
- Ross Doyle: Claude Makelele meets Peter Crouch
Eoin Delaney: The Speed
Shane Ryder: Versatile rigorous character
Ian Mitchell: Kind hearted engine room
Alister Doyle: All aboard the showboat?
Philly Ryan: Wing wizard/Goal keeping genius
David Farrell: Crossbar fiend
Neal Billings: All about the flair!
Felim McMahon: Best tapped up player since Ashley Cole
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As Supremes prepared for their big game against The Jospeh Globals, however in a drastic and shocking turn, the Globals heads no showed. As the Supremes prepared for the big game, David Farrell declared himself fit for his first appearance since the second game week! Farrell was hurt and shocked as his dreams of playing again were cut down in their prime! Farrell was unavailable for the 1/4 final as he was off the vist his gp to be injected to prevent himself returning from Thialand disease-ridden! However, I still believe he will return with some diseases (giggidy).
So onto the 1/4 finals, against the old enemy AF1! The game was approached by caution by both sides! The game was boosted in atmosphere with the arrival of supporters. AF1 were accompanied by Seven point Two and their groupies with herpies and Dianas babes had the support of Pen Island! Kev Weinmann encouraged the Supremes to "just man mark the good looking fella up front and you will win".
The games tentative start had both sides fielding a 2-1-1 formation! The Supremes trying to unleash Delaney and AF1 trying to supply balls for the "good looking" Mr. DCU! The Supremes struck first with Delaney getting on the score sheet and it was followed by a tap in by Mitchell. The Supremes 2 man defense of Doyle and Ryder making some outstanding defensive challanges. The Supremes were growing tired and some untimely subs caused confusion in the system. Af1 still stugled to break down the resolute defense. They were restricted to long range shots, and a mistake by Billings in goal led to them breaking their duct. The return to the 2-1-1 system released Delaney who slotted past the keeper. However anothe long range effort and defensive complacancy led to 2 more goals for AF1. Half time 3-3!
Former Supreme Felim McMahon tried to input some words of wisdom to the squad, claiming to win, we needed Ross Doyle, Eoin Delaney and Ian Mitchell on the field at all times. His input was squashed immediately. Af1 embraced in a Celtic huddle and led to a somewhat dramatic and over the top speach of "this could be the last time we all play together" speech.
The Supremes and AF1 were engaged in a close defensive battle for the first 5 mins of the second half. AF1s "Good Looking" man up top availed of a fortuatous bounce from the net to give AF1 the lead. This led to the adoption of a 1-2-1 system, which failed miserably. Doyle was the loan defender and despite some hugely important blocks and tackles his isolation in defence led to counter attacks and this allowed two more tap ins for the ever sexy Mr.DCU.
The Supremes attacked and attacked but when the fourth goal came from Alister Doyle it was too little to late.
As our debut season comes to its end I would like to thank squad members and ask them to fill in the blog about the season. I would also like to wish PenIsland FC the best in their semi final and hopefully final! Bring the trophy to the island of cock lads!
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In what is to be the final group game of group 4 Dianas Darlings and 7.2 played out a fantstic end to end thriller in an advertisement of what astro football should be all about.
With the squad affected with an untimely flu virus, Ross Doyle handed the captains armband on to Eoin Delaney. However, R.Doyle, Delaney and Ryder were all flu-stricken. The Supremes were later dealt a blow with stand in keeper Philly Ryan having a no-show and Felim McMahon showing his PenIsland loyalty. However, the Supremes were handed some good news with the availablity of Dave Hennesey.
With all this drama before a ball was kicked the crowd were in for a treat. Being out numbered in squad size and fan club size the Supremes seemed un-nerved. With Ian Mitchell having to relive horrible past memories of "Big Fat Goalie" tag floating through his head. Perhaps the tag got to him as The Supremes conceded two on the trot. However a sweeping move from the Supremes saw new boy Hennesey slot past the keeper in a sweeping move involving Ryder and Delaney. However the Supremes defence looked frail, and they conceded instantly. Then a pivotal moment of the match occured, Ian "THE DESTROYER" Mitchell moved out of the goals and onto the pitch, with Billings going the other way.
The Supremes had some sweeping moves, but their finishing left alot to be desired. Then a howler from Billings in goal led to a 4-1 half time lead for 7.2.
The second half started poorly with the concession of a goal straight away. 5-1 down, game over! It wasn't over yet.
Goals from Ryder, Mitchell and Delaney brought the score to 5-4. Tempers flared. The referee could not keep control and with all tis action the number of people watching the game grew higher and higher with every passing minute.
Alister Doyles trademark run led to a collision in what looked a certain free kick, however the referee refused to give it, which led to the arrival of a new angry Mitchell. His Keanesque horrific two footed lunge led to some hand bags. A goal from Ryder leveled the game, and 7.2 began to panic.
An altercation occured between stand in skipper Delaney and a 7.2 member, however, regular club captain Doyle and 7.2 skipper had an altercation in the midst of the Delaney altercation! Calls were made for Doyes dismissal. However the referee stood firm. Moments later, a crunching challenge from R.Doyle allowed him to gain possesion and release Billings. His run was outstanding, he was pulled and dragged and as the ref called for the foul, he released Delaney, the ref allowed the advantage, and as cool as a brisk Winters evening, Delaney slotted it home for what looked like an unlikely 3 points.
However, with seconds remaining, the tired legs of the Supremes allowed 7.2 grab an equaliser.
After the game, an AF1 squad member was heard say "that result must feel like a crushing loss for 7.2". DCU's astro league may have to stand up and take notice for this side.
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