Club Dinner 2005 - the dress code will be Straight Jackets
Comedian Tom Pepper has Matty Thomas in stitches
Sky Saturday Fight Night - I thought that was only on the TV !
Q. What has more Chins than a Hong Kong telephone directory ? A. The Club Dinner !
Al Qaeda study the effect of Vodka Cranberry juice cocktails
New gents toilet - is it to be named The Rebecca Loos ?
Club Dinner yet again a Knockout Success !
The Caterers did us proud with the food, and only scraps were left
Guest Speaker, Judge John Morgan in red tie
Runcorn32 Sefton 28
Sefton almost snatched victory late on with Mark Tyms and Phil Evans going near. Tony Ayres(2), Alex Williams, Danny Wynott and Tony McKibbon scored tries for the winners with Wynott landing one penalty and one conversion and Lee Thomas a conversion.
Weakened Sefton scored tries through Phil Osborne(2) and Ian Burns with Phil Evans kicking three penalties and two conversions.
Best for the winners were Williams, Wynott and Ayres while Wayne and Phil Osborne along with Paul Wynne were unable to prevent Sefton's fading Cheshire/South Lancashire Division Three promotion challenge.
Sefton15 Halton 17
An injury time try by winger Gary Kelly gave Halton victory after Sefton had led this Cheshire/South Lancashire Division Three clash. It was Kelly's second with John Parker scoring their other and Steve Mellor adding a conversion.
Sefton's tries came through Stu Bailey and Mark Tyms with Wayne Osborne adding a conversion and a penalty.
Sefton32 Marple 16
A man of the match performance by Paul Wynne, fine performances by Jamie Cuthbertson on his debut and David Mobbs, plus a superb solo try by skipper Jamie Luck were the Sefton highlights in this easy Cheshire/South Lancashire Division three win.Peter McBride, Cuthbertson and Gareth Rogerson scored the other tries and Wayne Osborne knocked over three conversions and two penalties.
Congleton15 Sefton 18
Sefton did well to win this Cheshire/South Lancashire Third Division clash after coming back from 15-5 down.
Sefton's tries were scored by Phil Evans and Phil Osborne. Evans added two penalties and a touchline conversion.
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