Is the absence of Reserves w.e.'s to do with the fact that there are no internationals v the gang from the south etc in November...they are all off to some away days in Nipon I here in September while British Isle teams have pre away days friendlies in August and Sept. So maybe we can say that N1 will get better gates. Unsure of ko times in Japan GMT.
Have to admit fixtures do look even harder than before and we have the dreaded newcomers early on in the season too!
Not to worry we are a seasoned N1 team now ready, steady to go. New DOR will know'em too...
I know Moseley do not have a good record of playing against newcomers but if it will help to settle the ship, as it were, I think I have convinced myself, over the last couple of season, to take each game one at a time - particularly in the early part of the season - whilst we all see how Moseley settle in. Moreover, if we use the friendlies for training purposes - never mind the score - then way we can set off without any expectation, aspirations, predictions or whatever else one wants to call these things and try to enjoy each and benefit from each moment, not altogether in splendid isolation, but without the gut wrenching feeling that WE MUST WIN.
Come on Mooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooose