Man of the Match Award v The Army

Man of the Match Award – The Army (Friendly)

If you were at The Army game and would like to take part, all you need to do is click on the circle next to your choice of Man of the Match.

The software only allows one vote device, although you can change your mind, provided you do so before clicking on the ‘Vote’ button.

As always, the more people who participate, the more accurate an indication it is of who supporters would probably have voted for.

The poll will end on Sunday evening.

Please do give it a go, with only 500 present there won’t be the usual numbers taking part but it will still be interesting to see which players caught the eye.

Many thanks in advance…

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Author: Tim

2 thoughts on “Man of the Match Award v The Army

  1. Yes, the future looks much brighter knowing that some of the talent we saw on Fri evening and Saturday afternoon might well be playing first team rugby in a few seasons time. As a West Brom supporter, I feel much the same about my team, although we have enjoyed life in the top flight a little more recently than you! All the best – here’s to a good away performance against Doncaster!

  2. thank heavens no more storms bit more sunnier springlike day ,certainly lot warmer.crowd of 502 nice turnout for a friendly challenge game . would be nice to see this game pencilled in next season again perhaps with a bit more panache marketing to cover as its a friendly catch few more extra people .who perhaps cannot make game or unaware little bit more marketing.Thanks for your blow by blow texting main Cov site very thin on ground again.
    close fought contest good run out for all concerned ,just say thanks to Army guys hope they were made most welcome and perhaps a return fixture would be welcome.sorry could not be up in Cov but my thoughts aalways with the club,as in slightly with the soccer,perhaps i will have to send manager Mr Robbins a box of handkerchiefs for nosebleeds the club have never been so high in the league! well done to them.Everything set for Newcastle at home would be fantastic to take them down a peg and a Cov win who knows a 5 pointer for us,so much promise lots of up and coming young good players .best wishes Trev

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