Friday night sees Ulster squashes most flamboyant and entertaining night on the squashing calender. With a good turn out expected and no more than 3 courts booked, friday should be eventful and sweaty. One challenge match to note of, as our long travelled journey man Barry ‘the all black’ Mitchell takes on Andy ‘the spare rib Corkill’, Mitchell will be looking to climb back into the top half of the ladder with a win here. Preparations took an unexpected hit mid week, when Mitchell lost in a friendly 4-3 at the hands of the Clarkester. Mitchell says “there is nothing to worry about.”
Pulses will not only be racing on court tomorrow night but also off court, as the Clarkester has set pulses racing with the young female clerical contingent at the Kiltonga Christian Centre. Our trusted friend there Ms Pam ‘the tie snathcer’ Ferguson, commented by saying “hes too young for me, but some of the girls think he’s gorgeous” (ps lads i think we should get a lock for the changing room.!) As the ladies pulses will be racing, there tender hearts will also be breaking, as I can happily announce that the Clarkester has recently got engaged to Miss Nicola Doherty. From everyone at the NSL we wish Peter and Nikki our deepest congratulations and may God truly Bless them! Nikki will surely make a honest man out of Clarkie.
To get JC out of his early retirement home (or the Longfellow) in East Belfast and to join us one of these practice nights. Jacki Fullarton will be in attendance from 5.45pm -6.00pm, doing a book sigining for his latest published travel book ‘Jackies Jaunts’ In a nutshell the book is an opportuninty for jackie to flirt with 70+ year old ladies around the streets of Venice. JC be there!!!!!!! We need YOU!!!!!!
Its also good to welcome back our effervescent hero from the Prodestant end of Lurgan Mr Richard Hand, reports suggest that Richard ‘the brush’ Hand has been chomping at the bit to play some serious squash and start to move up the ladder. Its reported that Mark ‘the sleep talker’Mcfeeters has refused to play Mr Hand on a number of occassions. A full investigation by the NSL board is to proceed on this matter immediately. With outcome pending.
ps Richard with regards to the petrol money expenses sheet, unfortunately the NSL’s Treasuer Mr David Verner can not allow for this within the budget demands. Best they can offer is 2p per mile, my advice is go for the next best option and get a good meal at your daughters, may i recommend the lasagne, quite magnificent and this will make the journey back to Mid Ulster all the better.
Thats it for now, I’m away to make a cup of coffee.
See you all Friday night
ALL BLUEBELLS ARE BLUE!!!! ALL BLUEBELLS ARE BLUE!!!!!