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Boyne

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Boyne last won the day on March 26

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About Boyne

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  • Birthday September 5

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    Talisker Whisky Distillery
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    Whisky (have about fifty bottles at home), beer, reading, history, blues music and family history (have traced one branch of the family back to the 17th century).

    A couple of good websites. A fine cause.

    http://www.erskine.org.uk/

    http://rsea.org.uk/

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  1. Rangers Match Thread 2017/18

    Wasn't able to watch Sunday's game but listened to first half on the radio. Sounded dire. Can't see Murty staying beyond the end of the season and it will be interesting to see who comes in. We now, also, have the spat between Murty and Rangers' two most experienced players, Miller and Wallace. With Rangers it seems one step forward and two steps back. Oh for a Jock Wallace type figure back at Ibrox.
  2. DT's reaction. Must have been a shock to him as he is in hospital.
  3. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    I think the 5-1 game was the last of the season. Durie made his debut for us as did John McNaught.
  4. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43810017 Five Manchester City players have been named in the Professional Footballers' Association Players' team of the year. Midfielders Kevin de Bruyne and David Silva, defenders Nicolas Otamendi and Kyle Walker and striker Sergio Aguero represent the Premier League champions. Prolific Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah and Tottenham striker Harry Kane, who have scored 29 and 25 league goals respectively, are in the side. Manchester United's sole player in the team is goalkeeper David de Gea. PFA teams of the year Premier League Championship League One League Two David de Gea (Man Utd) John Ruddy (Wolves) Dean Henderson(Shrewsbury) Marek Stech (Luton) Kyle Walker (Man City) Ryan Fredericks (Fulham) Nathan Byrne (Wigan) Jack Grimmer (Coventry) Nicolas Otamendi (Man City) Sol Bamba (Cardiff) Charlie Mulgrew (Blackburn) Alan Sheehan (Luton) Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham) Willy Boly (Wolves) Dan Burn (Wigan) Mark Hughes (Accrington) Marcos Alonso (Chelsea) Ryan Sessegnon (Fulham) Amari'i Bell (Blackburn) Dan Potts (Luton) David Silva (Man City) James Maddison (Norwich) Bradley Dack (Blackburn) Jorge Grant (Notts County)* Christian Eriksen (Tottenham) Ruben Neves (Wolves) Erhun Oztumer (Walsall) Luke Berry (Luton) Kevin de Bruyne (Man City) Tom Cairney (Fulham) Nick Powell (Wigan) Sean McConville (Accrington) Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) Bobby Reid (Bristol City) Danny Graham (Blackburn) Adebayo Akinfenwa (Wycombe) Harry Kane (Tottenham) Leon Clarke (Sheffield Utd) Jack Marriott (Peterborough) Billy Kee (Accrington) Sergio Aguero (Man City) Matej Vydra (Derby) Will Grigg (Wigan) Danny Hylton (Luton)
  5. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43791511 A penalty was awarded after players had already left the pitch for half-time in Mainz's Bundesliga win over relegation rivals Freiburg on Monday. Referee Guido Winkmann called both sides back from the dressing room after consulting the video assistant referee (VAR) system and penalising Freiburg for handball. Mainz midfielder Pablo de Blasis scored the penalty to put the hosts 1-0 up. The second half was delayed by fans throwing toilet paper onto the pitch. It was not related to the penalty decision but instead a protest against Bundesliga fixtures being played on Monday nights. De Blasis scored a second on 78 minutes to secure victory, taking Mainz above Freiburg on goal difference and eight points clear of automatic relegation, while putting the visitors into the relegation play-off spot in 16th. Mainz initially had the penalty appeal turned down after right-back Daniel Brosinski's cross deflected off Freiburg centre-back Marc-Oliver Kempf's hand and was saved by keeper Alexander Schwolow. As the players departed the pitch, Winkmann was told to consult VAR and ran over to the other side of the pitch to watch the replay on a monitor. Winkmann overturned the decision and awarded the hosts a penalty before having to recall the entire Freiburg side and the handful of Mainz players who had left the pitch. Following a delay of over six minutes De Blasis scored the penalty in the bottom left corner and Winkmann blew again for half-time, during which the unfortunate Kempf was substituted. De Blasis added a lucky second as his shot rolled over the line after hitting the inside of the post, with Schwolow out of his goal having passed the ball straight to Mainz midfielder Robin Quaison. The second half was delayed by fans throwing toilet roll on the pitch in protest against Monday night games Analysis European football writer Andy Brassell on BBC Radio 5 live Potentially one of the most vital goals in the fight at the bottom, but a new low for VAR. The ref maybe shouldn't have sent them off as quickly, it depends on how quickly VAR contacted him. The problem is not the technology, it is the process. I can't understand why referees are involved in the decision-making process at all, if it is to be used for clear and obvious errors, surely the VAR has to tell the referee what the decision is. In this case you've got a couple thousand fans off to the bar and they come back thinking it is 0-0. I still think the penalty is debatable.
  6. Vintage Blues pictures and film

    What a night that was. Stood near the White Wall that night. The atmosphere was a bit special!
  7. Rangers Match Thread 2017/18

    Agree, that team was brilliant. Doddie and McLean in the midfield, a great defence (Jardine has to be one of the best full-backs of the last fifty years) and the two Dereks upfront. WATP.
  8. Rangers Match Thread 2017/18

    Will settle for a scrappy 1-0 win on Sunday. Spoke to one of my cousins the other night and he is going to the game on Sunday. We had a chat about Ray Wilkins and that brilliant goal he scored in 1988. Tom Forsyth celebrating after the winning goal in the 1973 Scottish Cup Final
  9. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/207040 PetitionAllow Premier League and Championship football clubs to introduce safe standing Safe Standing offers a much safer alternative to fans who wish to stand, rather than sit at football matches. After the highly successful introduction to rail seating at Celtic Park, as well as numerous Bundesliga clubs, many football fans feel that laws preventing standing areas should be relaxed. More details Sign this petition 13,720 signatures Show on a map 100,000 Government will respond Government responds to all petitions that get more than 10,000 signatures Waiting for 1 day for a government response At 100,000 signatures... At 100,000 signatures, this petition will be considered for debate in Parliament
  10. RIP Ray Wilkins

    http://www.chelseafc.com/news/latest-news/2018/04/book-of-condolence-and-tribute-area-stay-open-.html Book of condolence and tribute area stay open NEWSMON 9 APR 2018 The special area and the book of condolence at Stamford Bridge for fans to pay tribute to Ray Wilkins will remain open until Sunday. An area where supporters can leave messages and mementoes is near to the Britannia Gate entrance to the stadium site. This is open daily from 8am to 10pm. A book of condolence for fans wishing to pay their respects, which will be shared with the Wilkins family, is located at the back of the Stamford Bridge site in the Museum building, and will be available from 9.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9.30am to 4pm on Saturday and Sunday. Supporters unable to visit Stamford Bridge who wish to leave messages can do so here in an online book of condolence.

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