Posted by sean on November 25, 2010 at 11:37 pm in Bath City with No Comments

For the first time in almost 20 years, Bath City FC played a live game in front of the national television cameras.

The match against Histon was shown on Premier Sports – not a very popular channel on Sky and one you need to pay extra for – a little bit like the special interest ones you get if you stray too far beyond the radio stations.

Due to a major rollout of an IT system at work and a subsequent annual leave freeze, I couldn’t attend the game, but was able to watch it live on television.

The last time Bath City were on TV was against Hereford in the FA Cup in 1993. They won the game 2-1, the same scoreline City beat Histon by tonight.

Long term readers of my blog may remember Histon from a few years ago. They were the team made up of butchers, bakers, candlestick makers and postmen who beat Leeds United in the cup back in 2008. Dark days.

Luckily Bath City avenged Leeds’ defeat and climbed into the top half of the table. I am going to bed happy.

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