After a mid-season break to rest their tired limbs, Senators were quickly back into their stride at a very late away fixture at Guildford. The venue holds fond memories as this was were we secured our greatest triumph to date by winning the last ever Wessex Masters Championship last season.
A blistering start resulted in 4 clear goals in the opening 6 minutes that basically put the result beyond doubt before most of us had been able to warm up properly. Boots once again showed the way with a cracking solo effort to get us going in the 2nd minute, quickly followed by another couple as our fast flowing passing game proved too much for sorry Guildford. They soon had to resort to a much more physical approach instead and Pablo and JP in particular were singled out for some punishment. It wasn't until deep into the second half when Leader Hutts got nastily hit once prone on the deck that Dawsy decided enough was enough and sent one of them off. This was just after Hutts had picked up this week's Tom Daley Award for diving into a shallow pool from a great height.
The game at that stage was long over as a contest and Marky Mark and Boots kept the score-board ticking over until it finished 10-1, ably assisted with a couple of goals from midfield as well.
Highlight of the fixture surely were the bangers and mash afterwards that had Felix the Cat purring in appreciation, ranking it as the best tea he had ever been served in 93-years of goalkeeping.