We managed to stop traffic for a fair distance around the ground when the team coach grounded itself in the entrance to the club car park!
Apparently the coach driver was told to back in by a steward and found hinself high and dry as a result!
I suppose Wes Baynes did that to their team a couple of hours later, plucking victory from a match which looked destined to remain goalless, ad although I spent the game feeling frustrated that we never really looked like turning the advantage we had in terms of quality and stamina into goals, a day later I can look at it with a bit more perspective.
The fact is that we did score at a remarkably opportune time to snatch the win, we did defend very robustly, and we did find a player capable of doing something out of the ordinary. Perhaps most crucially, we took on a very tough tie against a side who are in remarkable form-15 consecutive wins anyone?-and a vociferous crowd, and came out on top. And it's a few years since we've looked capable of doing that as we've tended to crumble under that sort of pressure.
So on reflection we ought to feel very pleased with what happened in Halifax. Apart from our parking.