Season 2005-2006CASTLE'S; 229 Royal College Street, Camden
ROUND 4
25.11.'05
PlayedEels
(5 pts)
Pie
(4 pts)
Mash
(3 pts)
Afters
(2 pts)
Liquor
(1 pts)
SumTotal
NICK EVANS5121111988
RICHARD LUCAS4122012082
TOM LEADER3078
BEN HAYES3031111835
BOB HOLLINGSWORTH2022011530
ALAN SMITH2018
JAMIE TANNER1018
EDWARD MOSSE2021011217
MATTHEW LOWING1012
CHRIS FAGG108
GEETA MEHTA108
JILL CROPPER108
NEIL BURKEY106
CLAIRE KELLY10-8
GABRIELLA PAGE-FORT10-8

On the bitter, bitter cold noon of 25th November 2005 AD, a ragged band of hungry crusaders lay siege to Camden Castle's, risking frostbite, and running a gauntlet of boiling hot liquor and flaming pies from on high. Though stoutly defended by a stern-faced sentinel, the 'keep' was soon plundered and divested of its comestible treasure by an orderly queue of pillagers which formed at the counter.

Seen here, enjoying the spoils, are (sinister) Sir Edward Mosse and (dexter) Cardinal Benjamin Ximinez Hayes:

"NOBODY expects the Spanish Inquisition! Our chief weapon is surprise . . . surprise and fear . . . fear and surprise . . . Our two weapons are fear and surprise . . . and ruthless efficiency . . . Our *three* weapons are fear, surprise, and ruthless efficiency . . . and an almost fanatical devotion to the Pope . . . Our *four* . . . no . . . *Amongst* our weapons . . . Amongst our weaponry...are such elements as fear, surprise . . . I'll come in again."

Castle's keep (left): the final resting place of the holy grail? Do they really think a yellow 'Private' sticker can hold back the hungry hordes? These chaps on the far right were in the 'second wave' that followed a fearsome squadron of ravenous OAP's.

Here are the ambrosial spoils of a hard-fought campaign, and there to the right, a big mug. To swill it all down. PG Tips of course. Why not take a look around their website at: http://www.pgtips.co.uk/

Four mash-keteers standing victoriously outside the premises. Pointing his leather-clad digit for the camera (right) is Richard 'Stardust ' Lucas. Be careful, his next coo-ca-choo could be you:

Coo! Coo! I just want you
I really love the things that you do
Come on ! Love-a-me too
Won't you be my coo ca choo?