Friday, 19 October 2007

What a Sporting Weekend

For what some like calling their favourite days' of the week, well you'll be pleased to learn this weekend's sports action will serve up just that -depending of course on what pleases your palate.
First up,
The English Premiership is back on the cards after last weekends internationals (with some in the mid-week too). There are interesting fixtures as teams meet on their potential Rubicons.
Arsenal vs Bolton Wanderers
Aston Villa v Man Utd
Blackburn v Reading
Fulham v Derby
Middlesbrough v Chelsea
Everton v Liverpool
are some of the fixtures tommorow,
The Rugby World Cup comes to an end tomorrow with the Final pitting South Africa and England who coincidentally met in their first game of the pool A which they were grouped in. Who have the last laugh ?
The 3rd place game is on today ( for those who can make an excuse not to go to work...good luck !)with hosts France hoping to restore some pride against the Pumas of Argentina.
At the local scene, the 7-a-side round takes the teams to the Coast for the Driftwood Sevens. Mean Machine, KCB,Impala, Quins and Nondies seek to outdo each other to score important points in the circuit.

For those who are as crazy as the F1 drivers on the road, please watch this weekend's title decider race in the Brazilian GP at Interlagos, Sao Paolo. The new kid Hamilton will hope to shock the Formula 1 world by becoming the first rookie to win on his first season. He's been a phenomenon that's for sure. But his team-mate whom they never see eye-to-eye, Fernando Alonso will be hoping to spoil his party along with Ferrari's Felipe Massa (wild chance methinks). Watch the race on Sunday.
The Rally fans will be in Kiambu and Ngong respectively as KCB round of national rallies take place with the Guru Nanak Rally starting off tomorrow and finishing on Sunday.

At least, I'll be saved of all political shenanigans for the weekend after a tiring 3 weekends full of this launch and that rally. I really wish there was a way to block out these guys for like the next 10 weeks ! Help !

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