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Star striker Aaron Mclean's 14th minute volley struck the post

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In the second half out of favour striker Jamie Slabber scored the equalising goal, score 1-1, and celebrated sliding across the pitch with team mates Aaron Mclean, Michael Kightly and Dennis Oli

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Aaron Mclean strikes home the goal which gave Grays Athletic the lead

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And poses in front of the home fans (this pic was horribly under exposed due to him running close to the crowd, an area much darker than the main playing area)

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Final score 2-2 as Exeter City scored an injury time equaliser.
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Mark - as per usual, yet more great shots - love #1 :D

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Thanks Paul

I just wish in pic 1 he'd actually scored and it had finished 1-0!!!

Mark

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Good stuff Mark. Aaron's cele (#4) is something a bit different... nice one.

Didn't have a great night myself despite the fact it was a pretty good game. I've put up the usual gallery here: http://www.photoshelte​r.com/gallery-show/G0000WmVCfAbIQiEexternal link

Have fun at Kiddy on Saturday. At least it's an early kick-off! ;)

---- Gavin

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Cheers Gav, the drive to Kiddy will be worth it as long as:

a) we win
b) it doesn't pee with rain
c) i manage to get back for most of the England game

Some more pics here... http://www.mgsportpix.​com ...9/thumbnails.php?al​bum=10external link

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markgardner wrote in post #2075083external link
Cheers Gav, the drive to Kiddy will be worth it as long as:

a) we win
b) it doesn't pee with rain
c) i manage to get back for most of the England game

Some more pics here... http://www.mgsportpix.​com ...9/thumbnails.php?al​bum=10external link

You don't ask for much do you Mark?!!! :lol:

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Paul

a) 7th plays 19th, should be a good chance of achieving this one.
b) the BBC says it's going to be dry, that said they said the same last night and it wasn't! The jury is still out on this one.
c) Kidderminster to Grays, total journey 163.2 miles which the AA says will take me 2hrs 53mins. Chances of getting home during first half are fair.

Only time will tell!

Cheers

Mark

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Great stuff guys (Marc and Gavin). I've got Histon on Saturday (yeah for the 1pm K/O!) which means I can get to Norwich to shop with the Mrs. and eat some tasty Wagamama noodles and drink Kirin lager!

Have a good week guys

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Cheers Joe, enjoy the Kirin, as a frequent visitor to Japan I've many many Kirin inspired memories!!

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Mark, no worries. Now if I could ony find a place that sells Sapporo I would be 100% sure about living in the UK. jk. One comment on your images... watch those horizons.

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Joe

This is a great shop in London's Picadilly http://www.japancentre​.com/?cmd=cat&cid=118external link

Ref the straight horizons, yeah understand what you are saying. For me personally they are something that I can live with or without dependent on the content of the picture. For standard 'stock' shots then yeah for sure there is really no reason for them not to be. For grabbing/catching action shots such a someone scoring a header/volley whatever then the action being captured and sharp is, in my personal opinion, perhaps more important. If all comes together great, if it's sharp, captures key action moment but isn't 100% straight I can live with that.

Straight horizons is actually a bit of a misnomer isn't it? What we actually need is straight verticals, we don't have a horizon reference point.

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Mark,

I understand what your saying but if I was an editor and saw your pictures with crooked horizons I would stop looking. It is distracting and takes away from the content.

Joe

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We tried to sign this aaron in the last transfer window.. but it seems "up norf" isn't as inviting as you would think :)

great pics... his eyes in pic #1 stand out and draw me in

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