Friday, April 26, 2019

Second Big Test

The Champ Rolls On

More Questions

Slim To None

Attack! Attack!

A Lotto Lottery Ticket?

Can He Hold?

Surprisingly Static

Time For The Hitters

Question Marks

Mark Cavendish in Form

Turned Tables

Death Of The Curse

Gilbert Gilbert

A Great Result

Duelling Trains

The Dotty Jumper

Talking About The Green

This will be a 'Low' then.

Highs and Lows

Back in the bunch.

The Season is Underway!

The Job in Hand

I'm giving it loads here to stay away as long as possible. Photo:©Bettini

A Good Start for the Team

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