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However much it hurt watching Wales win the Grand Slam – and I still think Strettle’s was a try and of course Owen Farrell would have kicked the conversion and England would have stopped Wales from winning the Grand Slam!! – let it not be said that we at Turnstone are xenophobic!
On Saturday 17th March one of our very English Directors was out celebrating St Patrick’s Day.
I had brought a keg of Leprechaun beer up from Bolton in the back of my car for The Queens Arms in Biggar Village on Walney. Why me? Why Bolton? Long story but in short Mary (one of the landladies) lives in Bolton and I’d been to watch the Lancashire FA Trophy final at the Reebok stadium. It just seemed easy for me – the only teetotal at Turnstone – to bring the Irish beer north.
Maybe they thought it was safer with me as I wouldn’t pull over on the hard shoulder of the M6 for a nifty swig. Mind you, maybe Mary didn’t realise that Rob was with me!!
Due to a prior engagement, I was unable to grace The Queens with my presence on “Paddy’s Day” – but here’s Rob celebrating in fine style.