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LIT7's : Wed Mar 06, 2024 8:48 pm  
Rumour that Plough Lane will be hosting the LIT7's (Union Sevens) on Saturday 25th May. That suggests a slightly shorter window for the pitch being unavailable this summer. The match the following day at home to Hull KR should certainly go ahead. St. Helens and Castleford won't, but Catalans on 4th August should as it's only 6 days before AFC Wimbledon may have to play at home.

Cheeky links, but these were the incredible scenes at Plough Lane on Saturday. Never experienced anything quite like it.

No Ball Boys were injured in this event. Ogundere (33) survived being thrown at the crowd by his manager. 30 seconds of added on time remaining. It was pandemonium, against the team that should never exist (many supporters still refuse to attend this fixture). Sound on for the clips. Clip 1 is the must see. Clip 2 is an amazing view of the South Stand as the "ants" all converge on the corner. Clip 3 the players in the tunnel. Clip 4 post match celebrations.

https://twitter.com/FBAwayDays/status/1 ... 5675654292

https://www.facebook.com/kirk.pritchard ... 5978054282

https://www.instagram.com/reel/C4EPTn-L ... Pe0noUQM3o

https://www.facebook.com/sue.pritchard. ... 5978054282
Rumour that Plough Lane will be hosting the LIT7's (Union Sevens) on Saturday 25th May. That suggests a slightly shorter window for the pitch being unavailable this summer. The match the following day at home to Hull KR should certainly go ahead. St. Helens and Castleford won't, but Catalans on 4th August should as it's only 6 days before AFC Wimbledon may have to play at home.

Cheeky links, but these were the incredible scenes at Plough Lane on Saturday. Never experienced anything quite like it.

No Ball Boys were injured in this event. Ogundere (33) survived being thrown at the crowd by his manager. 30 seconds of added on time remaining. It was pandemonium, against the team that should never exist (many supporters still refuse to attend this fixture). Sound on for the clips. Clip 1 is the must see. Clip 2 is an amazing view of the South Stand as the "ants" all converge on the corner. Clip 3 the players in the tunnel. Clip 4 post match celebrations.

https://twitter.com/FBAwayDays/status/1 ... 5675654292

https://www.facebook.com/kirk.pritchard ... 5978054282

https://www.instagram.com/reel/C4EPTn-L ... Pe0noUQM3o

https://www.facebook.com/sue.pritchard. ... 5978054282
Re: LIT7's : Thu Mar 07, 2024 10:51 am  
Smithers99 wrote:
Rumour that Plough Lane will be hosting the LIT7's (Union Sevens) on Saturday 25th May. That suggests a slightly shorter window for the pitch being unavailable this summer. The match the following day at home to Hull KR should certainly go ahead. St. Helens and Castleford won't, but Catalans on 4th August should as it's only 6 days before AFC Wimbledon may have to play at home.

Cheeky links, but these were the incredible scenes at Plough Lane on Saturday. Never experienced anything quite like it.

No Ball Boys were injured in this event. Ogundere (33) survived being thrown at the crowd by his manager. 30 seconds of added on time remaining. It was pandemonium, against the team that should never exist (many supporters still refuse to attend this fixture). Sound on for the clips. Clip 1 is the must see. Clip 2 is an amazing view of the South Stand as the "ants" all converge on the corner. Clip 3 the players in the tunnel. Clip 4 post match celebrations.

https://twitter.com/FBAwayDays/status/1 ... 5675654292

https://www.facebook.com/kirk.pritchard ... 5978054282

https://www.instagram.com/reel/C4EPTn-L ... Pe0noUQM3o

https://www.facebook.com/sue.pritchard. ... 5978054282



Great clips!
Always have had a soft spot for the Dons ( the real ones) since their non-league exploits in the 70s - and about that time my school used to get bussed through South London for sports lessons in Morden, coaches used to take us past the old Wimbledon dog track and the old Plough Lane.
Particularly enjoy seeing Wimbledon beat the club that should never exist! :lol:
Smithers99 wrote:
Rumour that Plough Lane will be hosting the LIT7's (Union Sevens) on Saturday 25th May. That suggests a slightly shorter window for the pitch being unavailable this summer. The match the following day at home to Hull KR should certainly go ahead. St. Helens and Castleford won't, but Catalans on 4th August should as it's only 6 days before AFC Wimbledon may have to play at home.

Cheeky links, but these were the incredible scenes at Plough Lane on Saturday. Never experienced anything quite like it.

No Ball Boys were injured in this event. Ogundere (33) survived being thrown at the crowd by his manager. 30 seconds of added on time remaining. It was pandemonium, against the team that should never exist (many supporters still refuse to attend this fixture). Sound on for the clips. Clip 1 is the must see. Clip 2 is an amazing view of the South Stand as the "ants" all converge on the corner. Clip 3 the players in the tunnel. Clip 4 post match celebrations.

https://twitter.com/FBAwayDays/status/1 ... 5675654292

https://www.facebook.com/kirk.pritchard ... 5978054282

https://www.instagram.com/reel/C4EPTn-L ... Pe0noUQM3o

https://www.facebook.com/sue.pritchard. ... 5978054282



Great clips!
Always have had a soft spot for the Dons ( the real ones) since their non-league exploits in the 70s - and about that time my school used to get bussed through South London for sports lessons in Morden, coaches used to take us past the old Wimbledon dog track and the old Plough Lane.
Particularly enjoy seeing Wimbledon beat the club that should never exist! :lol:

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