It has come to the attention of one of the committee that certain members of the team have been enlisting external sources to produce teas.
It was noted that Alan “Turkish” Douglas admitted to a production line of child labour to produce his egg salad wraps. Children seem to feature heavily in this investigation as Paul “Boom Boom” Symington jetted in from Japan for 48hrs to play in Sundays fixture. Paul’s offering for tea was six rounds of tasty sandwiches which he then proceeded to cut into 1 inch squares, similar to a 3 year old’s party food?
Harold outdid himself as usual producing quails egg and black pudding scotch eggs and a Multi Meat Manwich, layers of pastrami, roast beef, pork, smoked ham, jalepeno cheese, rocket and sweet pickle sandwiched between a toasted ciabatta loaf . The scotch eggs were well received but ruled out of the Tea award on grounds of being a savoury, poor show I thought!
Overall a great spread for tea was judged by Clackmannan’s scorer and our very own Peter “PK” Kirkwood. The Clackmannan scorer who obviously had no taste buds awarded best sandwich to a rather poor effort of pre-bought coronation chicken dolloped on some pretty unsavoury bog standard brown bread! Jason “Hurter” Syme you should hold your head in shame. PK who showed slightly more taste in picking Adam “Buck” Buchanan Smiths Lemon curd and vanilla cheesecake, beautifully hand made and presented in its very own plastic sleeve, (very professional looking)
The challenge is now set going forward to improve on this already high standard.
Cheers “A very bitter” Harold