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Enfield Town 2-3 Wingate & Finchley

The main body of Wingate & Finchley’s travelling army all hail from the far flung corners of the universe and often enjoy racing each other to games, usually the lads who live closer to the ground naturally arrive earliest, except the day Carshalton B*stard was the last to arrive at Colston Avenue last season. 1,185 more words

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Argentina: Week Three

Thanks for reading, everyone! I gotta warn you, this week is probably going to sound pretty uneventful compared to the last two. Week three of my internship was spent in Mendoza, at home a lot working on various things, although I was able to get several really cool things done. 1,177 more words

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Wingate & Finchley 3-4 Leiston

WINGATE & FINCHLEY 3-4 LEISTON

IT’S JUST LIKE WATCHING BOLIVIA

This season will be an unfortunate season of constant flux for us followers of The Blue Gods, so many of us have other commitments away from the orgy of footballing wonderment at Summers Lane that it will be only on isolated occasions that all of us are together as one roaring the boys in blue towards on. 1,070 more words

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Wingate & Finchley 3-8 St Albans City

Wingate & Finchley 3-8 St Albans City

To mark the 100th anniversary of Som Tallinger’s first ever hop I will hand over the start of the report to Milfy Tom himself and let him explain in his own eloquent words his favourite ever foray into the world of Brown Topping. 894 more words

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Paul Wright’s Simon Armitage painting at National Portrait Gallery

Paul Wright’s oil painting of the poet Simon Armitage is currently displayed at the National Portrait Gallery’s BP Portrait Award exhibition. The picture was commissioned by a friend of the artist and sitter, Andrew Moorehouse, who has privately published a selection of Armitage’s writing. 105 more words

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