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Gravesend v Stevenage, Round 3, Jan 24th

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What a good game that will be!!

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how do you know that and where did you get the info from.

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Because I am omnipotent and all-knowing....


...oh, and I looked on ConfGuide.

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Good news is - no replays we settle it on the night.

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If we beat Stevenage then we are potentially away to Barnet in the next round

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Because I am omnipotent


Have you tried viagra

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where please can you put a link up as i can't find it.

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It's on the confguide forum

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thanks just found it.
good draw and then Barnet away again.
do clubs get money for getting though each round.

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on the forums it says winners of match 6 vs winners of match 5 does this not mean we will be at home as we are the winners of match 5 which as you read the tie indicates we are at home?

gravesend vs barnet
(winner 6) vs (winner 5)

or am I reading an incorrect post?

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No it was me who read it the wrong way round.

It's these new varifocal glasses you know <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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If I'm reading it correctly, we would be at home in every tie prior to the final.

Inaugural winners ?

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It's a bit of a dumb draw - I think it's Exeter who are away in every round!

Quite what's wrong with the simple formula of a bag, some names in it, and some old fart to pull them out to decide a cup tie, I know not...

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Perhaps the bag and the old fart declined to take part!!! any suggestions who might fit the bill.

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Don't be silly Stu. This is the conference.
That would be ever so complicated ;-)

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Don't be silly Stu. This is the conference.
That would be ever so complicated ;-)


Perhaps then you could have different coloured bags for a southern draw, plastic ones for a northern draw, paper bags could decide the draw for the western provinces and offshore islands, with shiny leather bags for teams like Stevenage and Exeter who are given a bye to the final.

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If I'm reading it correctly, we would be at home in every tie prior to the final.

Inaugural winners ? <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


We would be away in the southern semi's.....

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well whatever the outcome I am looking forward to another night game, against a side that will hopefully produce high gates and a very exciting game .

However i do get the feeling it wont be taken seriously, so it may not be as good as I think

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Perhaps the bag and the old fart declined to take part!!! any suggestions who might fit the bill.
my misses is an old bag who farts will that do




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