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Man of the Match v Ampthill

Will the outcome of today’s blog poll to determine Cov’s ‘Man of the Match’ against Ampthill reflect that of the sponsors or will supporters once again vote for someone different?

As it stands at the moment, of the 8 blog ‘MoM’ polls so far, there’s a fifty/fifty split, four agreeing and four disagreeing.

If you were at the game and would like to take part, all you need to do is click on the circle next to the player who is your choice of Man of the Match. The software only allows one vote, although you can change your mind provided you do so before clicking on the ‘Vote’ button.
The more people who participate, the more accurate an indication it is of who supporters would probably have voted for…

Please give it a go.

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  1. A number of excellent performances today. Dyer was everywhere and seemed to have a point to prove. Howe was probably our match winner. The stand out performance for me, however, was Jubby. He was so strong in attack and defence. I was worried that he might have been injured during the warm up and appeared to require treatment. It didn’t seem to affect him. His lineout work was particularly impressive. Almost as impressive as your literary talents Tim! Thanks, as ever…
    Richard

    • I saw Tom Jubb being treated by Hannah before the game but had the cause (phot in the gallery!)…the last couple of games he’s been immense and is really coming into his own – ironically Brendon Snyman’s absence has given him the chance to play regularly and he’s blossoming as a result…Dyer had a good game too, but there were others who impressed as much for me…as I mentioned in the post, my MoM was Will Maisey. Big thumbs up to Jake Byrne too…he’s showing he’s got the ability to play at this level despite his age…thank you for you kind comment, too!

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