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Thursday, February 18, 2010

RFUW coach in TV "bank raid"

Kevin Moggridge is one of the RFUW's few paid officials - he was appointed as one of the South West's Club and Coach Development Officer a year or so ago, and is responsible for development girls and women's rugby in Somerset, Cornwall and Devon.

However it would appear that he may have been neglecting his duties of late, or at least his mind may have been elsewhere, because recently he has been holed up in a hotel in the North East plotting a raid on the bank at Channel 4's "Deal of No Deal". And today was his big day.

What does come over is that Kevin is clearly an inspirational guy, and why he must have been a significant factor in the recent improvements in standards in South West South. From the start he swore that it was his day and he would beat the banker - but as you see it all came down to the wire. Enjoy his agony on 4oD - does he go home with £50, or £50,000?

You can also "enjoy" Mr Edmonds purile comments about the game -"do they really go at it" indeed. Personally I think I'd have hit him with the box, but you have to admire Kevin's restraint - although his neck injury may have been a contributory factor.

Thanks to Carla for tipping me off about this - before anyone suggests that daytime quizzes form a significant part of my half-term activities!

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