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Friday – The 13th , are you suspicious???

Friday the 13th’s bring good luck to my family but how about you??

So the end of another busy week and I’m looking forward to catchnig up with friends and maybe seeing my new second cousin 🙂  Have a good weekend and I’ll be back bright and breezy monday morning from 7

BUSINESS
Repossessions up as employment opportunities down, Dixons Retail sales continue to struggle, BT Dial up profits of £1.7billion, Sales down 20% for Super Group fashion chain.

LOCAL SPORT
BASKETBALL
While their younger teams failed to bring home any silverware this season, Southend Swifts men’s basketball team, the Saints, were treble winners in the three County championships. They claimed the league title with 11 wins from their 14 games, with an average winning margin of 21 points per game. The Saints then took the Essex Cup, defeating last season’s cup holders and league champions Erkenwald, with a 10 points win that was far more comfortable than the scoreline indicates. Finally they won the play-offs, again defeating Erkenwald 69-58 to give them the treble.

FOOTBALL
Great Wakering Rovers manager Ryan Wilkinson believes the club’s return to the Eastern Junior Alliance can only be good news for the club. Following a six-year break the Ryman One North club will be fielding sides at under-15, under-16 and under-18 level in the Alliance leagues.

CRICKET
BRENTWOOD 251-9
WOODFORD WELLS 115 all out
BRENTWOOD’S title defence got off to a good start as they easily overcame one of their rivals for the championship by 136 runs.

BRENTWOOD 342-4
MIDDLESEX TAMIL SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB 257 all out
BRENTWOOD cruised into the second round with an 85 run win over Middlesex Tamils.

Brentwood will face Eastcote of the Middlesex Premier League in the second round, scheduled for May 22 at the Old County Ground, Brentwood.

TV GUIDE
Tonight there is a great excuse to stay in! An Education gets its TV premiere on BBC2 at 8.30, the coming-of-age drama set in the 1960s and is based on Lynn Barber’s memoir, with Carey Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard, Alfred Molina, Cara Seymour, Rosamund Pike and the delicious Dominic Cooper. But, if slapstick American comedy is more your thing Police Academy is on ITV4 at 9pm. Or there is the 80’s classic Dirty Dancing on 5* at 9pm

Saturday if you want to avoid any kind of sport there is always talent less contests with sing if you can on ITV1 at 7pm, So you think you can dance on BBC 1 at 7.20 and of course there is the Mother of all contests and that is Eurovision, presented by Graham Norton at 8pm. Blue are hoping to relaunch their careers while Jedward are just prolonging there embarrassment!

If like me you are bored of the lack of talent on the telly then turn it off until 9.45 when BBC 2 have their 2nd premiere of the weekend – Blood Diamond starring Leonardo Di Caprio

The weekend end’s with another brilliant movie – Pirates of the Caribbean: The curse of the Black Pearl on BBC 1 at 8pm and up against the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on ITV 3

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Friday – The 13th , are you suspicious???

Friday the 13th’s bring good luck to my family but how about you??

So the end of another busy week and I’m looking forward to catchnig up with friends and maybe seeing my new second cousin 🙂  Have a good weekend and I’ll be back bright and breezy monday morning from 7

BUSINESS
Repossessions up as employment opportunities down, Dixons Retail sales continue to struggle, BT Dial up profits of £1.7billion, Sales down 20% for Super Group fashion chain.

LOCAL SPORT
BASKETBALL
While their younger teams failed to bring home any silverware this season, Southend Swifts men’s basketball team, the Saints, were treble winners in the three County championships. They claimed the league title with 11 wins from their 14 games, with an average winning margin of 21 points per game. The Saints then took the Essex Cup, defeating last season’s cup holders and league champions Erkenwald, with a 10 points win that was far more comfortable than the scoreline indicates. Finally they won the play-offs, again defeating Erkenwald 69-58 to give them the treble.

FOOTBALL
Great Wakering Rovers manager Ryan Wilkinson believes the club’s return to the Eastern Junior Alliance can only be good news for the club. Following a six-year break the Ryman One North club will be fielding sides at under-15, under-16 and under-18 level in the Alliance leagues.

CRICKET
BRENTWOOD 251-9
WOODFORD WELLS 115 all out
BRENTWOOD’S title defence got off to a good start as they easily overcame one of their rivals for the championship by 136 runs.

BRENTWOOD 342-4
MIDDLESEX TAMIL SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB 257 all out
BRENTWOOD cruised into the second round with an 85 run win over Middlesex Tamils.

Brentwood will face Eastcote of the Middlesex Premier League in the second round, scheduled for May 22 at the Old County Ground, Brentwood.

TV GUIDE
Tonight there is a great excuse to stay in! An Education gets its TV premiere on BBC2 at 8.30, the coming-of-age drama set in the 1960s and is based on Lynn Barber’s memoir, with Carey Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard, Alfred Molina, Cara Seymour, Rosamund Pike and the delicious Dominic Cooper. But, if slapstick American comedy is more your thing Police Academy is on ITV4 at 9pm. Or there is the 80’s classic Dirty Dancing on 5* at 9pm

Saturday if you want to avoid any kind of sport there is always talent less contests with sing if you can on ITV1 at 7pm, So you think you can dance on BBC 1 at 7.20 and of course there is the Mother of all contests and that is Eurovision, presented by Graham Norton at 8pm. Blue are hoping to relaunch their careers while Jedward are just prolonging there embarrassment!

If like me you are bored of the lack of talent on the telly then turn it off until 9.45 when BBC 2 have their 2nd premiere of the weekend – Blood Diamond starring Leonardo Di Caprio

The weekend end’s with another brilliant movie – Pirates of the Caribbean: The curse of the Black Pearl on BBC 1 at 8pm and up against the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on ITV 3

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Friday – The 13th , are you suspicious???

Friday the 13th’s bring good luck to my family but how about you??

So the end of another busy week and I’m looking forward to catchnig up with friends and maybe seeing my new second cousin 🙂  Have a good weekend and I’ll be back bright and breezy monday morning from 7

BUSINESS
Repossessions up as employment opportunities down, Dixons Retail sales continue to struggle, BT Dial up profits of £1.7billion, Sales down 20% for Super Group fashion chain.

LOCAL SPORT
BASKETBALL
While their younger teams failed to bring home any silverware this season, Southend Swifts men’s basketball team, the Saints, were treble winners in the three County championships. They claimed the league title with 11 wins from their 14 games, with an average winning margin of 21 points per game. The Saints then took the Essex Cup, defeating last season’s cup holders and league champions Erkenwald, with a 10 points win that was far more comfortable than the scoreline indicates. Finally they won the play-offs, again defeating Erkenwald 69-58 to give them the treble.

FOOTBALL
Great Wakering Rovers manager Ryan Wilkinson believes the club’s return to the Eastern Junior Alliance can only be good news for the club. Following a six-year break the Ryman One North club will be fielding sides at under-15, under-16 and under-18 level in the Alliance leagues.

CRICKET
BRENTWOOD 251-9
WOODFORD WELLS 115 all out
BRENTWOOD’S title defence got off to a good start as they easily overcame one of their rivals for the championship by 136 runs.

BRENTWOOD 342-4
MIDDLESEX TAMIL SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB 257 all out
BRENTWOOD cruised into the second round with an 85 run win over Middlesex Tamils.

Brentwood will face Eastcote of the Middlesex Premier League in the second round, scheduled for May 22 at the Old County Ground, Brentwood.

TV GUIDE
Tonight there is a great excuse to stay in! An Education gets its TV premiere on BBC2 at 8.30, the coming-of-age drama set in the 1960s and is based on Lynn Barber’s memoir, with Carey Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard, Alfred Molina, Cara Seymour, Rosamund Pike and the delicious Dominic Cooper. But, if slapstick American comedy is more your thing Police Academy is on ITV4 at 9pm. Or there is the 80’s classic Dirty Dancing on 5* at 9pm

Saturday if you want to avoid any kind of sport there is always talent less contests with sing if you can on ITV1 at 7pm, So you think you can dance on BBC 1 at 7.20 and of course there is the Mother of all contests and that is Eurovision, presented by Graham Norton at 8pm. Blue are hoping to relaunch their careers while Jedward are just prolonging there embarrassment!

If like me you are bored of the lack of talent on the telly then turn it off until 9.45 when BBC 2 have their 2nd premiere of the weekend – Blood Diamond starring Leonardo Di Caprio

The weekend end’s with another brilliant movie – Pirates of the Caribbean: The curse of the Black Pearl on BBC 1 at 8pm and up against the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on ITV 3

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Friday – The 13th , are you suspicious???

Friday the 13th’s bring good luck to my family but how about you??

So the end of another busy week and I’m looking forward to catchnig up with friends and maybe seeing my new second cousin 🙂  Have a good weekend and I’ll be back bright and breezy monday morning from 7

BUSINESS
Repossessions up as employment opportunities down, Dixons Retail sales continue to struggle, BT Dial up profits of £1.7billion, Sales down 20% for Super Group fashion chain.

LOCAL SPORT
BASKETBALL
While their younger teams failed to bring home any silverware this season, Southend Swifts men’s basketball team, the Saints, were treble winners in the three County championships. They claimed the league title with 11 wins from their 14 games, with an average winning margin of 21 points per game. The Saints then took the Essex Cup, defeating last season’s cup holders and league champions Erkenwald, with a 10 points win that was far more comfortable than the scoreline indicates. Finally they won the play-offs, again defeating Erkenwald 69-58 to give them the treble.

FOOTBALL
Great Wakering Rovers manager Ryan Wilkinson believes the club’s return to the Eastern Junior Alliance can only be good news for the club. Following a six-year break the Ryman One North club will be fielding sides at under-15, under-16 and under-18 level in the Alliance leagues.

CRICKET
BRENTWOOD 251-9
WOODFORD WELLS 115 all out
BRENTWOOD’S title defence got off to a good start as they easily overcame one of their rivals for the championship by 136 runs.

BRENTWOOD 342-4
MIDDLESEX TAMIL SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB 257 all out
BRENTWOOD cruised into the second round with an 85 run win over Middlesex Tamils.

Brentwood will face Eastcote of the Middlesex Premier League in the second round, scheduled for May 22 at the Old County Ground, Brentwood.

TV GUIDE
Tonight there is a great excuse to stay in! An Education gets its TV premiere on BBC2 at 8.30, the coming-of-age drama set in the 1960s and is based on Lynn Barber’s memoir, with Carey Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard, Alfred Molina, Cara Seymour, Rosamund Pike and the delicious Dominic Cooper. But, if slapstick American comedy is more your thing Police Academy is on ITV4 at 9pm. Or there is the 80’s classic Dirty Dancing on 5* at 9pm

Saturday if you want to avoid any kind of sport there is always talent less contests with sing if you can on ITV1 at 7pm, So you think you can dance on BBC 1 at 7.20 and of course there is the Mother of all contests and that is Eurovision, presented by Graham Norton at 8pm. Blue are hoping to relaunch their careers while Jedward are just prolonging there embarrassment!

If like me you are bored of the lack of talent on the telly then turn it off until 9.45 when BBC 2 have their 2nd premiere of the weekend – Blood Diamond starring Leonardo Di Caprio

The weekend end’s with another brilliant movie – Pirates of the Caribbean: The curse of the Black Pearl on BBC 1 at 8pm and up against the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on ITV 3

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