The year of the drought
IT’S in the toughest of times where teams are built, friendships are made and the true meaning of faith is learnt.
When you continue to battle with little result, there is only so much certain individuals can take.
To give up would be the easy option for most, but who wants to take the easy pathway of life.
There will be lessons learnt for the whole playing group and I believe that there are lessons that will turn boys into men.
The game on Saturday has already been forgotten.
There was a score, which has been dismissed, a chance that early on seemed achievable but quickly ceased.
The important message to the playing group was to continue on this year and have a crack but more importantly have fun and build friendships.
We can only hope that we have a breakthrough in our recruitment process.
Once the breakthrough occurs, it will be a matter of which doors to open and which doors to close.
Given we are the bottom team in the competition there is a long road ahead, turn left, turn right, we cannot go any lower as a football club.
Onwards and upwards we go.
Given the opportunity I would like to personally thank all the people who day in day out give everything they can to the club.
We will fight every time we walk out on the ground and believe that there is light at the end of the tunnel.