It has been brought to my attention that some of my comments on the Tiger Bay Brawlers debut bout, where not taken in the same way I had ment them to be read.
Now those that know me personally, know am a sarcastic cow. I also have a strange habit of talking in a child-like voice at times when am not actually being serious. When I write my Blogs, I write them as though I am talking to you. Am not a professional writer. I just type what I am saying to myself in my head (sometimes aloud).
As such, a few of the views I wrote, in an honest and open way (at least I thought they were) have been seen by some people as an attack or me being nasty. I really didn't mean it that way at all. I have rewritten a few statements and tried to readdress my views in a way that reads better. However I still stick by my opinions, as I believe I should, just as those who disagreed with me are entitled to their opinions.
I did not mean to trash-talk the new Ref's or Roller Girls at all, after all I am training to play this game too, so I am well aware of how difficult, time-consuming, complex and yet how fun it is. As for my comments about BB playing. I would like to make it clear, I wasn't saying she shouldn't have played, and I have now been told that she played only 10 Jams, which actually is nothing. I just said that at the time I felt it was maybe a little bit of an unfair advantage, but I also stated that if I had the advantage on my own team, I would have played it too. I also stated why shouldn't she play, she is part of the team too.
So in short, I am an opinionated bitch, and I use my blog to write things as I see them. Sometimes what I say is incorrect, sometimes I don't reread it properly before posting. Sometimes I do and think its okay to post (like now) But one thing I do not make a point of, is being nasty for the sake of it. Or even having myself come across as nasty, when that has never been my intention. And that is why I sincerely apologise to anyone whom my have found offence by my comments (and also the fact I got the final score wrong).