So the next few days we have to put together a 3 hour presentation on Java programming and standards for the rest of the department. We were the Guinea pigs and now we have to show everyone how we did it. I will mainly give a presentation on how to use JDeveloper, as I helped in setting up the environment for development... I think.
We finally got a win in soccer on Sunday, 4-3. We were down 2-0 at one stage, brought it back to 2-2 and then was 3-2 down before half time. Right after the restart, literally seconds I'm talking here, we levelled it to 3-3 and then 10 mins from the end of the game we took the lead. I played in two positions, I started on the bench and then came on into the forward line. I didn't have much of a touch in the forwards until I switched with a guy on the wing. For the 15 mins I was on the wing, I had more touches than the 25 mins I was in the forwards. I was told, and must agree, that I looked more comfortable in the wing, where I was marking/being marked by only one person, whereas in the forwards I had the 3 defenders marking me. I even had a shot on goal; I hammered a loose ball at the top of the 30yard box towards the opposite post, low and hard, but it curved to the left away from the goal.
We have a week off soccer for Mothers Day - that's not the reason, there is a District Carnival on Sunday - so we're off to Boorowa for a Mothers day outing.