insurance as july 1 insurance cutoff now weeks away
I don’t take any chances I wear glasses pretty much all the time when i’m on the loco. After seeing a cinder burn through a mates work shirt, It made me think that it could have just as easily gone into your eye. It may not look authentic, but I’d rather wear them and prevent eye damage..
Some brutal hitting from Shot a Ball No.5 saw a change from both ends as Joe Prodger (2 32) and Alex Aldridge (3 14) were introduced to the attack. Joe struck with his 5th ball a sharp steepling delivery finding the remaining openers outside edge and just carrying to Chalky behind the timbers. Alex didn’t take much longer, the No.5 who still hadn’t played a defensive shot charged down the wicket to a low full toss and hit high to Dave Prodger at long on.
I probably go back to the snapshotting thing some time, but trying to get on with some other things right now. I spent a ridiculous amount of time maintaining my neurotic backup systems over the years. To the point where even a bit of data loss (and having to recreate work) probably would have been more productive than the amount of time I spent on all these backup systems..
Some excellent work again by the midfield set up Conrad to restore the Hare lead and within minutes increased their advantage via a Conrad penalty to complete his hat trick.Phoenix pulled on two substitutions that made all the difference as they hit back to score twice for a 3 3 draw. Phoenix’s goals came from Man of the Match Dan Leal, Ally Hill and Liam Addlesee.Beaver Travel extended their unbeaten run to six games with a 1 0 win against Icarus, thanks to a second half penalty from Derek Lafbery, but they nearly paid the penalty through missed chances.Vision took the lead against the early run of play, but Lifted didn’t take long to get back on level terms with Dave Horslen netting from the spot following a clumsy barge on Tommy Smith. Callum Bloor then put Lifted ahead, and with two more goals before half time from Horslen and Ricky Petts gave Lifted a commanding 4 1 lead at the break.The second half continued in the same manner with Lifted scoring three more superb team goals through Matt Albone, Lee Rowson and a beauty from young Tommy Smith, with Elliot Smith instrumental throughout.
Mississippi forward Chris Richards scored the team’s first goal of the season in Friday’s loss at Bossier Shreveport, a goal that came on the power play in the second period. Richards, who comes to the team after Corpus Christi left the Central Hockey League at the end of last season, netted 24 goals for the IceRays last year for 60 points. RiverKings’ home games are also available via the CHL TV webcasting service.