40W, no. 10; newsletter b.n.)
I thought that it is written somewhere, “Thou shalt not have to write the newsletter on nights that the constellations are bright.” I searched everywhere, including all the Coastal Pirate bylaws but I could not find it. Anywhere. I know for sure that there has got to be a rule that, “If on a night when the consolation team fails to field the required players, and they are forced to grab players from the earlier game, technically it is a forfeit.” Couldn't find that either. But give me a break. I know we won and all ... but a newsletter? Well ... #67 did manage to score a goal so maybe that is worth mentioning. No! No it is not. Even that is not worth putting out a newsletter. Even though it was pretty cool. But no, there should not be a newsletter. I think we won 8-1, if in fact we were going to put out a newsletter.
FOR THE RECORD
Attendance (players): Cassens, Genalo, Gesior, Gucci, LeMatty, Miller, Newcomb, Bissey (sub). Net: Harris.
Scratches: Farrell (AWOL), Matthews, Nicolosi.
Scoring: 1st period: 5-1 Pirates: Goals by Bissey (none); Miller (none); Gucci (Genalo); Bissey (Genalo); LeMatty (none). 3rd period: 8-1 Pirates: Goals by LeMatty (none); Newcomb (none); Miller (Newcomb).
date of game: 1.25.10
TIME FOR THE HARDWARE
Three trophies were gridlocked going into the final hours of voting, but late rallies in Staten Island, Wall and Namibia turned the tide on the season's voting.
[ see the winners / click here for results ]
1) JASON BISSEY
For the subbing effort that yielded 2 goals.
For shutting down Kevin (all but once).
3) SCOTT LEMATTY
For his big presence up front ... and his 2 goals.
MILLER'S MARDI GRAS
The yearly Mardi Gras extravaganza is going down on Feb. 20 at the Miller Estate at 18 Rodeo Drive, Jackson. Scott's cell is 732-939-2784 if you get lost on the way.
(Click the invite above to view large invitation)