Posted by sean on October 3, 2007 at 10:08 pm in Bath City with No Comments

Congratulations to Bath City for showing everyone a perfect example of “Men against boys” and giving the “students” of Team Bath a lesson in football. City beat the Tax Burden 3-0 in the Somerset Cup, last night; a competition not rated by City fans, although a favourite of the university team – they are, after-all, the current holders (not anymore!). Still, City are through to the second round of a cup they don’t give a damn about, while Tax have crashed out of their precious competition.

Its funny – in Team Bath’s short history, they have never once managed to beat Bath City in a first team fixture (and even last night City fielded a weakened side to Tax’s first choice outfit). Rather strange this, as I thought they were meant to be rather good. Maybe the government will enforce a tax hike and give the Team Bath management a boost to the transfer kitty?

We were speculating at work what clubs are actually awarded for winning the Somerset Cup. I think this pitchfork is a fitting prize.

Also, many congrats to Leeds who proved, when given a competent, unbiased referee who has been given the gift of sight (unlike last Saturday) they can continue to win games. A marvellous 1-0 win away to Oldham puts The Whites just 4 points off a play off place, 6 points off 2nd spot and only 9 points away from the top of the league – not bad for a team starting with a -15 deficit.

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