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Community | 8th February 2024
 

Craig ‘Fishy’ Pool is 100 not out!

 
 
 

Saturday marked the hundredth appearance of Craig “Young Fishy” Pool who became the thirtieth player in the club’s thirty year history to achieve the landmark.
Fishy is another very popular member of the club who shows great commitment and availability to play for the team. Living in Edinburgh makes it a long journey down to play wherever we have a match but do it he does and always with a smile!

Well done Fishy, here’s to the next hundred.

 
 
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