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    Quote Originally Posted by Since452 View Post
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    Players having to hold the ball for set pieces and the wind making better tackles than some of the players just showed how bad it was out there. Glad it wasn't postponed and it's now out the way. Hopefully slightly better on Wednesday!
    Forecast is for 15 mph winds on Wednesday night.
    Strong winds all day Monday and Tuesday (40-50 mph) so good timing.


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    Ooh the games off. Never in doubt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermit Crab View Post
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    Ooh the games off. Never in doubt.
    Yip, the game was on. As a matter of interest how many trains were cancelled due to the "wee bit of wind and rain" you mentioned to me at the ground
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
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    Yip, the game was on. As a matter of interest how many trains were cancelled due to the "wee bit of wind and rain" you mentioned to me at the ground
    I was driving back over the Clackmannanshire Bridge after the game and looked back over Alloa and up the Forth towards Stirling. It looked like the end of days was closing in. I reckon we dodged one basically the whole game. I honestly think our 90 mins coincided with the eye of the storm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenlex View Post
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    I was driving back over the Clackmannanshire Bridge after the game and looked back over Alloa and up the Forth towards Stirling. It looked like the end of days was closing in. I reckon we dodged one basically the whole game. I honestly think our 90 mins coincided with the eye of the storm.
    It was pissing it down when I got into Larbert too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenlex View Post
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    I was driving back over the Clackmannanshire Bridge after the game and looked back over Alloa and up the Forth towards Stirling. It looked like the end of days was closing in. I reckon we dodged one basically the whole game. I honestly think our 90 mins coincided with the eye of the storm.
    Yes, we were very fortunate. It was pretty bleak crossing the bridge but the rain started tipping down pretty much when most were back in their buses and cars.
    Think we’re still getting some payback for Cowdenbeath ‘14.

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