Praise everybody, I say to such: never be squeamish, but speak out your compliment both point-blank in a man's face, and behind his back, when you know there is a reasonable chance of his hearing it again. Never lose a chance of saying a kind word. As Collingwood never saw a vacant place in his estate but he took an acorn out of his pocket and popped it in; so deal with your compliments through life. An acorn costs nothing; but it may sprout into a prodigious bit of timber.
But we've got a bit of work to do because we're still a long way off a club like Collingwood.
You'd like to get Fergus in early in the year and he may even play this week against Collingwood - we'll wait and see - but he's the sort of player that's just crying out for an opportunity and I think we can find one for him.
We built a lot of trails in a very short time. It was the perfect petrie dish to examine whether people are healthier because of their proximity to a walking trail. Has this huge development in Collingwood created an improved environment for community living
45th over England 171-5 (Pietersen 76, Collingwood 2) Lee is bowling seriously quickly - consistently around 95mph - and looks to have trapped Collingwood lbw. Only for Bowden to rule, wrongly, that Lee had no balled. Oh dear oh dear, Bowden is having a shocker. Collingwood dabs a single, and then Pietersen twice thumps Lee straight down the ground. Incredible cricket I've put 100 on Australia to win in the same way I did for the Rugby World Cup final, ... It matters so much that we win that I want some financial compensation to drown my sorrows if we lose. Anyone else have some better ways of reducing the pain of such sporting events.
I think I'd go for Collingwood, who can bowl a few overs and bat a bit,
It was a good wicket. Once you got set and used to the pace, you could really score runs as Paul Collingwood and Geraint Jones showed in the England innings.
This is like a white paper. I truly believe that won't happen. It's not worked in other areas. This is a recommendation the Town of Collingwood is against for good reason. Control will be lost and other services which have gone to an upper tier haven't worked.
We would all like to see Cameron playing at the highest level possible, but he didn't get much game time for the seniors against Collingwood last week so we expect him to line up for us this week.
Obviously we had been keen to negotiate a two-year contract for Jeff but when Collingwood came in with a four-year deal our hand was forced somewhat. We never wanted to lose Jeff to another club, but we certainly did not want to risk losing him for nothing.