By - Sour
Exciting technological developments and a bit of copying from other websites mean we now have a downloadable club calendar.
This means that you can import it into your calendar programme of choice or on to your smart phone and have all the club events for the coming year (that we know of...) at your finger tips. You can also subscribe to the calendar which will mean that when something (eg a game) gets re-arranged, your calendar will automatically update as well.
I've been trying it out for a couple of days whilst playing around with it, and I am smitten with it.
Check it out here and let us know any problems in the comments below.
As the season approaches, a statement has been released by the MPC (the body that manages men's lacrosse for the ELA) and the league saying that the proposed restructure of the league system will be going ahead.
This restructure will bring all first teams into one ladder, with the A, Extra A, B and C teams in another. It's thought that this will encourage new clubs to appear by making their trip to the top shorter.
What this means to The Knights is that we'll have to go to Hull again. Here's how the North Premier Leagues look at present:
Premiership One (10 Teams)
Premiership Two (8 Teams)
Boardman & Eccles
Premiership Three (8 Teams)
Heaton Mersey Guild
Few of the teams in Prem3 are an unknown quantity to us, and I think we stand a decent chance of putting in a few upsets....only 6 weeks to go!
Previews, match reports and general musings from the Toon and beyond.