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Monday, June 19, 2006

I recognise the face, but... [UPDATE]

While some of you were relaxing at home (or indeed were long asleep by the time we finished), some of us were being forced to dress up in disguise (clue - its Hayley on the left, and Carla on right) and fight our way through Thai chicken curry, turkey, some rather interesting pasta, and sundry other foodstuffs at the annual East Region Dinner & Awards do in darkest Newmarket.

It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it.

Actually it was a very good evening, and next year maybe we can have a bigger turnout from the club. Almost the entire Basildon U14 squad were there, and a great many U17s from all parts, so its definately an event for juniors to attend.

One of us also won an award as well - which was nice, thus keeping up the clubs average of one regional award per year. See the Herts County site for details.

One member of the party also walked off with an MP3 player in the raffle with a ticket kindly donated to her, and seemed strangely reluctant to swap it for the PC keyboard cleaning brush that purchaser of her ticket had won.

After the awards shoes were thrown off as the disco began. At around 1am this degenerated slightly when a certain semi-detached member of the club (clue - she was wearing the darker of the two pink dresses in the second photo above) threw a rugby ball onto the dance floor. As we left a little while later various games such as "can we get it stuck on the chandalier" were being played...

Update: Rugby Matters have been incredibly quick and already have some pictures up on their website!

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