Pitman and Francis on target in Silverlake victory

SKIPPER: Tommy Elphick in action at the Silverlake Stadium tonight

SKIPPER: Tommy Elphick in action at the Silverlake Stadium tonight

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CHERRIES marked their first pre-season friendly on English soil with an accomplished display and ran out comfortable winners at the Silverlake Stadium tonight.

Eddie Howe’s men, fresh from a training camp in Austria where they had drawn with FC Copenhagen, showed their class against the Conference newcomers.

Brett Pitman and Simon Francis netted during a Cherries-dominated first period, while Marc Pugh and Shaun MacDonald were both on target after the break.

Eastleigh, who paraded new signings James Constable, Jack Midson, Paul Reid, Craig Stanley and Ben Wright, rarely troubled Cherries goalkeeper Benji Buchel while his opposite number Ross Flitney pulled off a string of fine saves for the Spitfires.

Jai Reason was forced to turn a dangerous cross from Charlie Daniels over his own crossbar before Cherries went close to breaking the deadlock after six minutes.

A neat move down the left-hand side ended with the ball finding the feet of Eunan O’Kane whose deflected strike drew a fine save from Spitfires goalkeeper Ross Flitney.

Pitman fired narrowly wide following a Daniels free-kick before the Jerseyman poked home a Ryan Fraser cross at the near post to open the scoring after 16 minutes.

Josh McQuoid almost caught Flitney off his line with a clever flick, the Eastleigh goalkeeper managing to save the ball at the second attempt.

Yemi Odubade went close to levelling midway through the first half, the winger’s dipping effort from distance just clearing the crossbar.

Fraser again provided the assist as Cherries doubled their lead, the Scotsman’s neat pass met by Francis who drilled a low right-foot drive past Flitney.

Benji Buchel raced off his line to smother at the feet of Craig McAllister before Flitney pushed away a rasping strike from McQuoid as the first half drew to a close.

Shaun MacDonald was Cherries’ only change at the break, the Welshman replacing youngster Sam Matthews who acquitted himself well in the opening 45 minutes.

Marc Pugh displayed some neat footwork to add a third goal for Cherries shortly after the interval, the winger’s trickery taking him past a defender and Flitney before rolling the ball into an empty net.

Pitman rattled the crossbar with a thunderous 20-yarder before a raft of changes saw Cherries make no fewer than nine substitutions on the hour.

Flitney pulled off another top-drawer save to keep out Yann Kermorgant’s shot, the Frenchman taking aim from 12 yards after being teed up by Tokelo Rantie.

As Cherries continued to fashion all the chances, Rantie dragged his shot wide before Harry Arter’s thumping free-kick flew inches past the upright.

MacDonald netted a finely-taken fourth goal on 79 minutes, the midfielder exchanging passes with Rantie before curling a neat right-foot shot past sub goalkeeper Lewis Noice.

Rantie was then denied by Noice, the Eastleigh stopper flicking away the South African’s angled drive before he also thwarted Kermorgant after he had met Ritchie’s cross.

Cherries: Buchel, Francis, Elphick, Cook, Daniels, O’Kane, Matthews (MacDonald, h-t), Pitman, Fraser, Pugh, McQuoid.

Cherries’ team after 60 minutes: Buchel, Smith, McCarthy, Cargill, Harte, Arter, MacDonald, Gosling, Ritchie, Kermorgant, Rantie.

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6:32am Wed 16 Jul 14

TedMacsCherryPants says...

Result as expected but good to hear Pitman still knows where ther target is, next stop Dorchester. Anyone know who McCarthy is?
Result as expected but good to hear Pitman still knows where ther target is, next stop Dorchester. Anyone know who McCarthy is? TedMacsCherryPants
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7:18am Wed 16 Jul 14

guitario says...

It would be nice if these match reports included the result in the headline, or at least in the opening paragraph. The Echo is the only online newspaper in which the reader has to count the goals as they read through the story.
It would be nice if these match reports included the result in the headline, or at least in the opening paragraph. The Echo is the only online newspaper in which the reader has to count the goals as they read through the story. guitario
  • Score: 12

8:03am Wed 16 Jul 14

Web by says...

Hi TedMacsCherryPants young McCarthy is a development squad centre back who we loaned out to Dorchester last year another good young player in the mould of Carmichael Cargill and Mathews another one to watch is butcher.
Hi TedMacsCherryPants young McCarthy is a development squad centre back who we loaned out to Dorchester last year another good young player in the mould of Carmichael Cargill and Mathews another one to watch is butcher. Web by
  • Score: 2

8:19am Wed 16 Jul 14

smhinto says...

Anybody know why Camp, Flahaven, Ward, Stanislas and Wilson were not involved??
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I hope we are not going into the new season with a raft of injuries.
Anybody know why Camp, Flahaven, Ward, Stanislas and Wilson were not involved?? . I hope we are not going into the new season with a raft of injuries. smhinto
  • Score: -2

8:49am Wed 16 Jul 14

mark.s says...

I went last night, nice little ground at Eastleigh, and a nice sunny evening. Game was played in a good spirit with few meaty challenges.

Both of our sides played at a real high temp on the ball, zipping it around nicely. Somewhat different to pre-seasons of the past when players strode around the pitch not taking anything too seriously. Howe has them chomping at the bit.

I really like Matthews in midfield, he makes clever runs and looks a good prospect. Otherwise Fraser was terrifyingly quick and Pitman wanted goals, shooting whenever he could.

Second half was more of the same even after 10 changes. MacDonald imposed himself well in midfield and took his goal well. Didn't see a great deal from Gosling, hopefully he'll come alive as he settles in. Adam Smith was a livewire on the right, I'd forgotten how quick he is.

The two youngsters at the back were confident. Interesting to note that Eastleigh striker James Constable once rejected us in favour of staying at Oxford. On the basis of last night I think we were lucky there, Constable couldn't trouble either of our defensive combinations even the kids second half.

Decent evening all in all.
I went last night, nice little ground at Eastleigh, and a nice sunny evening. Game was played in a good spirit with few meaty challenges. Both of our sides played at a real high temp on the ball, zipping it around nicely. Somewhat different to pre-seasons of the past when players strode around the pitch not taking anything too seriously. Howe has them chomping at the bit. I really like Matthews in midfield, he makes clever runs and looks a good prospect. Otherwise Fraser was terrifyingly quick and Pitman wanted goals, shooting whenever he could. Second half was more of the same even after 10 changes. MacDonald imposed himself well in midfield and took his goal well. Didn't see a great deal from Gosling, hopefully he'll come alive as he settles in. Adam Smith was a livewire on the right, I'd forgotten how quick he is. The two youngsters at the back were confident. Interesting to note that Eastleigh striker James Constable once rejected us in favour of staying at Oxford. On the basis of last night I think we were lucky there, Constable couldn't trouble either of our defensive combinations even the kids second half. Decent evening all in all. mark.s
  • Score: 13

8:52am Wed 16 Jul 14

Square Old Codger says...

Eddie has already said, minor strains and stresses - soon to clear up and not worth the risk of playing them. Nice to hear that Sam Matthews has recovered from his injury and is back playing - a young man of promise.
Eddie has already said, minor strains and stresses - soon to clear up and not worth the risk of playing them. Nice to hear that Sam Matthews has recovered from his injury and is back playing - a young man of promise. Square Old Codger
  • Score: 0

8:55am Wed 16 Jul 14

TedMacsCherryPants says...

Web by wrote:
Hi TedMacsCherryPants young McCarthy is a development squad centre back who we loaned out to Dorchester last year another good young player in the mould of Carmichael Cargill and Mathews another one to watch is butcher.
Thanks Web by, it's good to hear that Eddie is involving some of the youngsters with the first team and will hopefully breed confidence and a bit of experience.
[quote][p][bold]Web by[/bold] wrote: Hi TedMacsCherryPants young McCarthy is a development squad centre back who we loaned out to Dorchester last year another good young player in the mould of Carmichael Cargill and Mathews another one to watch is butcher.[/p][/quote]Thanks Web by, it's good to hear that Eddie is involving some of the youngsters with the first team and will hopefully breed confidence and a bit of experience. TedMacsCherryPants
  • Score: -1

12:52pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Square Old Codger says...

On a different subject, now for a little "moan", I see that the Brighton game is now to be played on a Friday , no reason given - but I imagine that TV is at the back of it. This will increase the number of games I will miss to 7, some of the most attractice games of the Season amongst them, no fault of the Club of course, the mis-luck of the draw! But for me an aged decrepit with a knee problem, it makes a Season Ticket exceedingly poor value, particularly since the low standard of construction of the permanent part of the area which has seats packed in close together and no safety hand rails on the steps, limits me to the front rows of the stand which are untenable in poor weather - another 2-4 games missed. But the" Temporary stand" at the South End is built to a higher standard, handrails make it safe for me ( and others) to go higher and the seats are just that little bit further appart - the snag you can't buy a Season ticket there. I have no criticsm of the present Board - they are doing a wonderful job and this is merely yet another relic from past Managements. But how about allowing a few of us who have problems with North/East and West stands to buy a Season Ticket in the North one? They can do nothing about fixture allocation - but they could just help a few of us to enjoy games in relative comfort on inclement match days.
On a different subject, now for a little "moan", I see that the Brighton game is now to be played on a Friday , no reason given - but I imagine that TV is at the back of it. This will increase the number of games I will miss to 7, some of the most attractice games of the Season amongst them, no fault of the Club of course, the mis-luck of the draw! But for me an aged decrepit with a knee problem, it makes a Season Ticket exceedingly poor value, particularly since the low standard of construction of the permanent part of the area which has seats packed in close together and no safety hand rails on the steps, limits me to the front rows of the stand which are untenable in poor weather - another 2-4 games missed. But the" Temporary stand" at the South End is built to a higher standard, handrails make it safe for me ( and others) to go higher and the seats are just that little bit further appart - the snag you can't buy a Season ticket there. I have no criticsm of the present Board - they are doing a wonderful job and this is merely yet another relic from past Managements. But how about allowing a few of us who have problems with North/East and West stands to buy a Season Ticket in the North one? They can do nothing about fixture allocation - but they could just help a few of us to enjoy games in relative comfort on inclement match days. Square Old Codger
  • Score: 2

1:30pm Wed 16 Jul 14

devon fan says...

Square Old Codger wrote:
On a different subject, now for a little "moan", I see that the Brighton game is now to be played on a Friday , no reason given - but I imagine that TV is at the back of it. This will increase the number of games I will miss to 7, some of the most attractice games of the Season amongst them, no fault of the Club of course, the mis-luck of the draw! But for me an aged decrepit with a knee problem, it makes a Season Ticket exceedingly poor value, particularly since the low standard of construction of the permanent part of the area which has seats packed in close together and no safety hand rails on the steps, limits me to the front rows of the stand which are untenable in poor weather - another 2-4 games missed. But the" Temporary stand" at the South End is built to a higher standard, handrails make it safe for me ( and others) to go higher and the seats are just that little bit further appart - the snag you can't buy a Season ticket there. I have no criticsm of the present Board - they are doing a wonderful job and this is merely yet another relic from past Managements. But how about allowing a few of us who have problems with North/East and West stands to buy a Season Ticket in the North one? They can do nothing about fixture allocation - but they could just help a few of us to enjoy games in relative comfort on inclement match days.
I suffer with the same problems of lack of mobility and it is offputting when you are unable to do the things which in the past we have taken for granted would it be worth contacting the club too see if you could use the lift and approach the seats from a different position, with regard to the televised fixturee this is a price we have to pay for success, perhaps the leagues should be stronger with Sky and require them to select their matctches for the first 8 months in advance and at the end of season they could select the top matches in the divisions, this would at least alow supporters who can only attend on Saturdays the choice of whether to purchase a ticket or not, or perhaps the club could do a Saturday only ticket
[quote][p][bold]Square Old Codger[/bold] wrote: On a different subject, now for a little "moan", I see that the Brighton game is now to be played on a Friday , no reason given - but I imagine that TV is at the back of it. This will increase the number of games I will miss to 7, some of the most attractice games of the Season amongst them, no fault of the Club of course, the mis-luck of the draw! But for me an aged decrepit with a knee problem, it makes a Season Ticket exceedingly poor value, particularly since the low standard of construction of the permanent part of the area which has seats packed in close together and no safety hand rails on the steps, limits me to the front rows of the stand which are untenable in poor weather - another 2-4 games missed. But the" Temporary stand" at the South End is built to a higher standard, handrails make it safe for me ( and others) to go higher and the seats are just that little bit further appart - the snag you can't buy a Season ticket there. I have no criticsm of the present Board - they are doing a wonderful job and this is merely yet another relic from past Managements. But how about allowing a few of us who have problems with North/East and West stands to buy a Season Ticket in the North one? They can do nothing about fixture allocation - but they could just help a few of us to enjoy games in relative comfort on inclement match days.[/p][/quote]I suffer with the same problems of lack of mobility and it is offputting when you are unable to do the things which in the past we have taken for granted would it be worth contacting the club too see if you could use the lift and approach the seats from a different position, with regard to the televised fixturee this is a price we have to pay for success, perhaps the leagues should be stronger with Sky and require them to select their matctches for the first 8 months in advance and at the end of season they could select the top matches in the divisions, this would at least alow supporters who can only attend on Saturdays the choice of whether to purchase a ticket or not, or perhaps the club could do a Saturday only ticket devon fan
  • Score: 1

1:41pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Lesleycherry says...

It's good to see that, according to Mark.s , the boys seem to be starting off the friendlies in the right frame of mind. Let's hope the momentum keeps building into the season.
Further to SOC and his "little moan", I agree that the Board are doing a good job but there are always things that could be done better. My son has been an ST holder for a number of years now. He is a long-distance PH driver and often found it very difficult to be able to be at the stadium in time to find a parking space. Last season he was offered the opportunity to pay for a reserved parking space in the new car park area. It was very expensive (£300, I think) but it meant that he didn't miss any home matches so he paid it. He waited for the info to renew it for the coming season and in the meantime paid for his new ST. He then received a letter saying that the "reserved parking space" facility could no longer be offered "due to instructions from Bournemouth Council"!! What reason can BCC have for objecting to this arrangement? If BCC is saying that it would be illegal for the club to do it this year, does that mean it was illegal last year?
It's good to see that, according to Mark.s , the boys seem to be starting off the friendlies in the right frame of mind. Let's hope the momentum keeps building into the season. Further to SOC and his "little moan", I agree that the Board are doing a good job but there are always things that could be done better. My son has been an ST holder for a number of years now. He is a long-distance PH driver and often found it very difficult to be able to be at the stadium in time to find a parking space. Last season he was offered the opportunity to pay for a reserved parking space in the new car park area. It was very expensive (£300, I think) but it meant that he didn't miss any home matches so he paid it. He waited for the info to renew it for the coming season and in the meantime paid for his new ST. He then received a letter saying that the "reserved parking space" facility could no longer be offered "due to instructions from Bournemouth Council"!! What reason can BCC have for objecting to this arrangement? If BCC is saying that it would be illegal for the club to do it this year, does that mean it was illegal last year? Lesleycherry
  • Score: 1

2:20pm Wed 16 Jul 14

matt68 says...

Square Old Codger wrote:
On a different subject, now for a little "moan", I see that the Brighton game is now to be played on a Friday , no reason given - but I imagine that TV is at the back of it. This will increase the number of games I will miss to 7, some of the most attractice games of the Season amongst them, no fault of the Club of course, the mis-luck of the draw! But for me an aged decrepit with a knee problem, it makes a Season Ticket exceedingly poor value, particularly since the low standard of construction of the permanent part of the area which has seats packed in close together and no safety hand rails on the steps, limits me to the front rows of the stand which are untenable in poor weather - another 2-4 games missed. But the" Temporary stand" at the South End is built to a higher standard, handrails make it safe for me ( and others) to go higher and the seats are just that little bit further appart - the snag you can't buy a Season ticket there. I have no criticsm of the present Board - they are doing a wonderful job and this is merely yet another relic from past Managements. But how about allowing a few of us who have problems with North/East and West stands to buy a Season Ticket in the North one? They can do nothing about fixture allocation - but they could just help a few of us to enjoy games in relative comfort on inclement match days.
you can move your st to the south stand on a match to match basis it costs no more money did it myself many times last year
[quote][p][bold]Square Old Codger[/bold] wrote: On a different subject, now for a little "moan", I see that the Brighton game is now to be played on a Friday , no reason given - but I imagine that TV is at the back of it. This will increase the number of games I will miss to 7, some of the most attractice games of the Season amongst them, no fault of the Club of course, the mis-luck of the draw! But for me an aged decrepit with a knee problem, it makes a Season Ticket exceedingly poor value, particularly since the low standard of construction of the permanent part of the area which has seats packed in close together and no safety hand rails on the steps, limits me to the front rows of the stand which are untenable in poor weather - another 2-4 games missed. But the" Temporary stand" at the South End is built to a higher standard, handrails make it safe for me ( and others) to go higher and the seats are just that little bit further appart - the snag you can't buy a Season ticket there. I have no criticsm of the present Board - they are doing a wonderful job and this is merely yet another relic from past Managements. But how about allowing a few of us who have problems with North/East and West stands to buy a Season Ticket in the North one? They can do nothing about fixture allocation - but they could just help a few of us to enjoy games in relative comfort on inclement match days.[/p][/quote]you can move your st to the south stand on a match to match basis it costs no more money did it myself many times last year matt68
  • Score: 1

3:56pm Wed 16 Jul 14

bobsworthforever says...

Season Ticket just arrived cant think of anything to moan about except maybe being away to Huddersfield Town first up interesting season to come bit concerned about staying up last season but cant see that being a problem this year 3 good signings and most of last seasons players retained.Maybe even another winger on the way.
Season Ticket just arrived cant think of anything to moan about except maybe being away to Huddersfield Town first up interesting season to come bit concerned about staying up last season but cant see that being a problem this year 3 good signings and most of last seasons players retained.Maybe even another winger on the way. bobsworthforever
  • Score: 0

7:14pm Wed 16 Jul 14

afcbtintin says...

devon fan wrote:
Square Old Codger wrote:
On a different subject, now for a little "moan", I see that the Brighton game is now to be played on a Friday , no reason given - but I imagine that TV is at the back of it. This will increase the number of games I will miss to 7, some of the most attractice games of the Season amongst them, no fault of the Club of course, the mis-luck of the draw! But for me an aged decrepit with a knee problem, it makes a Season Ticket exceedingly poor value, particularly since the low standard of construction of the permanent part of the area which has seats packed in close together and no safety hand rails on the steps, limits me to the front rows of the stand which are untenable in poor weather - another 2-4 games missed. But the" Temporary stand" at the South End is built to a higher standard, handrails make it safe for me ( and others) to go higher and the seats are just that little bit further appart - the snag you can't buy a Season ticket there. I have no criticsm of the present Board - they are doing a wonderful job and this is merely yet another relic from past Managements. But how about allowing a few of us who have problems with North/East and West stands to buy a Season Ticket in the North one? They can do nothing about fixture allocation - but they could just help a few of us to enjoy games in relative comfort on inclement match days.
I suffer with the same problems of lack of mobility and it is offputting when you are unable to do the things which in the past we have taken for granted would it be worth contacting the club too see if you could use the lift and approach the seats from a different position, with regard to the televised fixturee this is a price we have to pay for success, perhaps the leagues should be stronger with Sky and require them to select their matctches for the first 8 months in advance and at the end of season they could select the top matches in the divisions, this would at least alow supporters who can only attend on Saturdays the choice of whether to purchase a ticket or not, or perhaps the club could do a Saturday only ticket
I too have to sit at the front as I am in a wheelchair. Whilst the rain is a problem some of the time the photographers are a pain in the you know what all of the time. They sit on thier stools thinking we can all see over them. of them will move when asked but some just think a picture of Yann's next goal is worth more than a disabled money paying fan's enjoyment !!

Unfortunately use of the wheelchair platform is limited to a couple of times a season.

UTCIAD
[quote][p][bold]devon fan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Square Old Codger[/bold] wrote: On a different subject, now for a little "moan", I see that the Brighton game is now to be played on a Friday , no reason given - but I imagine that TV is at the back of it. This will increase the number of games I will miss to 7, some of the most attractice games of the Season amongst them, no fault of the Club of course, the mis-luck of the draw! But for me an aged decrepit with a knee problem, it makes a Season Ticket exceedingly poor value, particularly since the low standard of construction of the permanent part of the area which has seats packed in close together and no safety hand rails on the steps, limits me to the front rows of the stand which are untenable in poor weather - another 2-4 games missed. But the" Temporary stand" at the South End is built to a higher standard, handrails make it safe for me ( and others) to go higher and the seats are just that little bit further appart - the snag you can't buy a Season ticket there. I have no criticsm of the present Board - they are doing a wonderful job and this is merely yet another relic from past Managements. But how about allowing a few of us who have problems with North/East and West stands to buy a Season Ticket in the North one? They can do nothing about fixture allocation - but they could just help a few of us to enjoy games in relative comfort on inclement match days.[/p][/quote]I suffer with the same problems of lack of mobility and it is offputting when you are unable to do the things which in the past we have taken for granted would it be worth contacting the club too see if you could use the lift and approach the seats from a different position, with regard to the televised fixturee this is a price we have to pay for success, perhaps the leagues should be stronger with Sky and require them to select their matctches for the first 8 months in advance and at the end of season they could select the top matches in the divisions, this would at least alow supporters who can only attend on Saturdays the choice of whether to purchase a ticket or not, or perhaps the club could do a Saturday only ticket[/p][/quote]I too have to sit at the front as I am in a wheelchair. Whilst the rain is a problem some of the time the photographers are a pain in the you know what all of the time. They sit on thier stools thinking we can all see over them. of them will move when asked but some just think a picture of Yann's next goal is worth more than a disabled money paying fan's enjoyment !! Unfortunately use of the wheelchair platform is limited to a couple of times a season. UTCIAD afcbtintin
  • Score: 1

7:18pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Square Old Codger says...

Thank you re the information re the transfer of a Season Ticket to the South Stand I will see whether it's possible to make a transfer on several games in advance or preferably on a Season basis. There was for many years a Saturday only Season Ticket - but this was withdrawn some years ago ( and the Club does need to maximum their income) and it's probably unlikely that they are in a position to reintroduce it, a bit hard on us decripit old men, but you can't leave it all to Maxim! But will ask the question.
Thank you re the information re the transfer of a Season Ticket to the South Stand I will see whether it's possible to make a transfer on several games in advance or preferably on a Season basis. There was for many years a Saturday only Season Ticket - but this was withdrawn some years ago ( and the Club does need to maximum their income) and it's probably unlikely that they are in a position to reintroduce it, a bit hard on us decripit old men, but you can't leave it all to Maxim! But will ask the question. Square Old Codger
  • Score: 1

8:44pm Wed 16 Jul 14

cherryexe says...

Hi guys change of subject but does anyone know of any ticket details for lge cup game at Exeter is it all ticket or pay on the gate
Hi guys change of subject but does anyone know of any ticket details for lge cup game at Exeter is it all ticket or pay on the gate cherryexe
  • Score: 0

8:50pm Wed 16 Jul 14

lymicherry says...

smhinto wrote:
Anybody know why Camp, Flahaven, Ward, Stanislas and Wilson were not involved??
.
I hope we are not going into the new season with a raft of injuries.
Good old smhinto - glass half-empty, as ever. Ever thought of a career as a motivational speaker?
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Anybody know why Camp, Flahaven, Ward, Stanislas and Wilson were not involved?? . I hope we are not going into the new season with a raft of injuries.[/p][/quote]Good old smhinto - glass half-empty, as ever. Ever thought of a career as a motivational speaker? lymicherry
  • Score: 1

10:24am Thu 17 Jul 14

balsallcherry says...

smhinto wrote:
Anybody know why Camp, Flahaven, Ward, Stanislas and Wilson were not involved??
.
I hope we are not going into the new season with a raft of injuries.
Ward is recovering from his close season operation and the others had slight niggles that were not worth making worse just to get in 45 more minutes. It is the 9th august they all need to be ready for IMO
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Anybody know why Camp, Flahaven, Ward, Stanislas and Wilson were not involved?? . I hope we are not going into the new season with a raft of injuries.[/p][/quote]Ward is recovering from his close season operation and the others had slight niggles that were not worth making worse just to get in 45 more minutes. It is the 9th august they all need to be ready for IMO balsallcherry
  • Score: 1

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