Blobber


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Blob´ber

    (blǒb´bẽr)
n.1.A bubble; blubber.
Blobber lip
a thick, protruding lip.
His blobber lips and beetle brows commend.
- Dryden.
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Bleak FC finished strong to take the First Division title ahead of The Blobber while the Second Division saw Winslow Rovers win the title with Quarry Green runners-up as Marshalls won the U18s Division ahead of Jay Mac FC.
He continues to be a blobber and his week has been a very busy one with visits to an engraving exhibition, the Spring Fair at Venue Cymru, working in the studio and also two day giving a glass blowing course.
Just some of the other strange words, which have fallen out of popular use since they appeared in his dictionary, are skimbleskamble, twangling, fancymonger, bellygod, badger-legged, blobber and kissingcrust.
This year they have done even better, coming from 15 points behind to win the Division One crown in a thrilling last game finale against The Blobber.
The battle for the first division title rages on as both Bleak House and The Blobber fight it out to the end with both recording wins.
In Division One, The Blobber finished 4-2 winners against Taxi Club while The Gateway Hotel fell 4-2 to Alt Park who netted via Andrew Silsby, Mark Clark and Lou Bellamy (2).
In Division One, Gateway Hotel went down 6-1 to The Blobber.
Meanwhile, The Blobber ran out 8-2 winners against Huyton Athletic.
Riviera, Naden and Leahy gave St Teresa's a 3-0 win at J O B and Alt Park lost 3-0 at The Blobber.
In Division One, BRNESC Athletic were 6-0 winners over Overton and Alt Park had Rob Nixon and Mark Clark on target but it wasn't enough as The Blobber finished up 4-2 winners.
Bleak House ran out 5-0 winners against SFO with Fagan (3), Bearsanti and Lally doing the damage and Blobber were surprise easy winners over Stadium.