The Day that the Derby Braves Went to War

28 Nov

Once again the Derby Braves geared up for another seasonal match, this time against the De Montfort Leicester Falcons, and what a match it was. Once pre-match warm-ups were over and I have to say that the Derby really brought it both in training, and throughout the match,

When kick off started Derby was all over Leicester, which lead to them scoring the first touch down of the game. Although Leicester thereafter scored 6 points, it didn’t get to the Braves, as throughout the rest of the game it was constant tackling, touchdowns, penalty kicks and other manoeuvers that led to the Braves being so far ahead in points. Although I wasn’t crushed to death this time round I did get involved in a collision, only my arm received a bashing, but I survived. I know thats to be expected when you stand over the white line and are practically on the pitch, but it is so worth it, when getting film footage of the Derby Braves in action, and it always is worth it.

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One of the things I and some of the others noticed was that the Falcons kept going down, I counted 13 in total, but this didn’t stop them from trying to stop the Derby Braves from scoring. Thank goodness there was no strong breeze otherwise the Braves would have won by a landslide.

Because the Braves were so far ahead and with there only being two minutes on the clock, and I think because the Falcons had had enough, called it a day. So the final score was 62-6 to DERBY BRAVES! GO BRAVES. Once hands had been shaken and team members had been congratulated for a terrific game, photos taken and the teams chant of ‘ONE TEAM, ONE GOAL’ was roared everyone headed off towards Walkabout. Although the Falcons were invited to come down for food and drink it was disappointing that they declined, but all the same some the Braves met for burgers, drinks and more American football aired by NFL (though on one screen Jackass was on and it made some of us laugh, me more than anyone).

Next match is on for 4th Dec, I’ll be there, and so will the Braves with their objective; ‘ONE TEAM, ONE GOAL’, as the Braves came, they played, they conquered.

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