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Monday, November 19, 2007

Injury problems continue

I think its worth recording on the blog our incredible run of injuries this season, both for U15s and U18s. In the past we have had the odd injury that has meant someone missing a weekend of two - indeed in our first season we only had one in-season injury that caused anyone to miss a game (Katie's concussion against Welwyn), though we more than made up for that with the carnage of National Sevens!

But now... I lose count. Mel, Megan, Emily, Hayley A, Anna... and now after yesterday Hayley G. Add to that the "walking wounded" - things like Rosie's knee - and its all a bit worrying. Less than half of these injuries have happened on the field, I think, but those that have - even some that seemed minor - are taking ages to heal!

Hopefully things cannot carry on like this - well they can't as a couple more and we'd have practically no team left! - but for the time being can everyone wrap themselves in cotton wool or somesuch as fate seems to have it in for us at the minute!

4 comments:

  1. Hey! How did you get that picture of me after I fell over at Harlow? Good bandaging, isn't it? You can hardly tell that I did it myself ...

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  2. Mr Pinky10:28 AM

    Do mummies paly U15 or U5000?

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  3. Anonymous3:42 PM

    and then there is ruby's back, laura's back, jess's knee, and carla's shoulder.

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  4. Katie Alcock8:30 PM

    Erm... in the Over 5000s I think Mr Pinky!

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