Glos rugby related dog lead!

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23 Jan 2021 10:10 am:

At least the police have got a lead.........
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23 Jan 2021 10:39 am:

madders wrote:At least the police have got a lead.........


Maybe later they'll get a collar ...
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23 Jan 2021 10:52 am:

And there I thought...... I will check ShedWeb to see if there is any joy in being able to reunite lead with dog and I find some of the best comments I have see for a while :D ........ keep it up!
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23 Jan 2021 11:19 am:

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Interesting?? ;) ;) The DC "how much is that doggy in the window?" resonates.
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Re: Glos rugby related dog lead!

23 Jan 2021 11:41 am:

...the one with the Wag—erly tale?
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23 Jan 2021 16:58 pm:

A Legend. I remember turning out for the 4th v Tredworth, back in the day, after an injury kept me out for a month. Unfortunately Gloucesters match that day was cancelled. I was looking for an easy game on the wing, but my easy run-out wasn't to be, as Moggy rocked up with his boots. I did get past him twice though. - yes, but apparently that was only going to the bar after the match !
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23 Jan 2021 17:17 pm:

Lewi7 wrote:A Legend. I remember turning out for the 4th v Tredworth, back in the day, after an injury kept me out for a month. Unfortunately Gloucesters match that day was cancelled. I was looking for an easy game on the wing, but my easy run-out wasn't to be, as Moggy rocked up with his boots. I did get past him twice though. - yes, but apparently that was only going to the bar after the match !


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23 Jan 2021 19:21 pm:

My first impression of Moggy was that he wore glasses with the thickest lenses that l have ever seen.
It must have been a huge handicap to a player who was an absolute genius.
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23 Jan 2021 23:36 pm:

I remember him sitting next to me in the grandstand, I was only about 7/8, happily scoffing a bag of sweets, when he leans over, looks into the bag for a few seconds, looks back at me and asks.. ‘are those your sweets?’
Robbed me of a few and walked off!
Little did he know I had spat the aniseed one back into the bag.. Ha!
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Re: Glos rugby related dog lead!

24 Jan 2021 08:53 am:

I've found a Moggy lead apparently! :D
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