Agree with much said above regarding Michael Chambers btw. I spoke to him briefly afterwards to congratulate him on his performance and that of the team that he led. It was only the second time he has been named captain and it was significant, I think, on such an important occasion. I thought he stepped up brilliantly to the leadership role on Boxing Day and he had a clear impact on the shape and discipline of the team. He also slotted a few inch perfect passes on a number of occasions that quickly shifted the momentum of play in our favour. As an aside, he also, with his mum, came and helped out with the ground clean-up day and was very happy to get stuck in. He was a huge hit with the junior rabble and was happy to take the time to have photos taken with them and provide autographs. In short, he has everything that you’d hope for from a club captain. Even if that role is not permanent for now, I think he has established himself as a major influence and senior player within the team. Michael reminds me of Ethan Pinnock in the way he carries himself on and off the field - which is high praise indeed. Not flash but with a quiet authority that is very impressive.