Posted by sean on September 16, 2007 at 2:14 pm in Bath City with No Comments


Yesterdays trip to watch Bath City play Cambridge was somewhat different to my normal excursions. As mentioned the other day, I volunteered to film the match with fellow City fan, Mark. We were also placed on the players’ coach for the journey – a welcome change; not that I have anything against City supporters!

When we arrived at the ground, Mark and I were treated as members of the media, and issued with press passes, gaining free access to the ground – something I certainly cannot complain about!

After much wrestling with a troublesome tripod, we eventually secured the camera, ready to start the tape rolling. Filming was surprisingly easy, although I am starting to wonder if I zoomed in and out too frequently. When the DVD is released, it may have to carry a MOTION SICKNESS warning.

The game finished 2-2. I was on the camera for both Bath City goals, while Mark filmed Cambridge’s second strike. I’ll try and get a clip of my footage uploaded in the next few days.

Following the match, we joined the players in the bar for a post-match drink, before heading off to the local fish and chip shop for a “healthy” sportsman’s meal.

The journey home seemed to take forever, and due to the early start, I was getting rather tired. Still, the players kept me amused with their witty banter, so I was able to keep (some of) my sanity.


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