No, not the Mexican jail where one-time secret backer of Notts, El Chapo, performed his latest solo re-enactment of The Great Escape....the Altiplano area of North-Central Mexico. On to yesterdays footie, which was the best 12 squid I've spent sice Kylie said to me "Oi Tarkers, I'm feeling frisky....pop down to the off-license for a shed-load of tinnies, and pick up a few of those blue pills (legal ones) from the farmacia. It could be your lucky night" Huge shout-out to the Notts production team which had me shedding a secret tear after the pre-match build-up as the teams ran out.......surely the rest of the script would go to plan?. A nervy first 10 minutes had me questioning the sanity of pre-match bets on 3 or 4-plus goals and a sneaky 30 groats on Notts to be winning at half-time and full-time....then someone clicked a magic button and we looked good, seriously good, as we over-ran the Weymouth defence. The penno was reward for some cracking interplay around their box, and the comedy of the Weymouth goalie, "shall I, shan't I..oh dear this ain't gonna look good on the highlights" as he belly-flopped at the feet of a surprised Wootton, brought a simple tap in (off his heel apparently) for Notts 2nd.......happy days, the script was going to plan. Decided to invest a little of my apparent winnings in a half-time pint of Indio (9.45am Altiplano time), why not, as the Country and Western record goes...."it's 5 o'clock somewhere" The 2nd half produced yet more sparkling Notts play, and the script-writers had a bonus as Enzio was brought on as sub to slot a shot from the edge of the box into the far corner of the onion-bag.....cue the Kop chanting "Enzio, Enzio". In truth Notts could have scored 6 or 7 but I thought Weymouth weren´t actually too bad and hadn't merely turned up to make up the numbers.....fair play to them. It's hard to pick out my MOM, because Notts were simply very, very good as a total team, and pretty much dominated the game for 80 minutes....but here goes with special mentions to .... Ellis was awesome at the back apart from one attempted back-flick to the keeper which looped into the path of the on-rushing Weymouth striker.....he loses half a point in my book just because he reminded me of being in the Derby away end when Dijkstra scored a spectacular own-goal by nodding over the on-rushing Cherry to give Derby a 1-1 draw in the dying minutes.....grrrr. Apart from that, Ellis was immaculate. Brindley had some lovely runs out of defence where the Weymouth midfield dithered until he was past the halfway line. Wootton's hold-up play when the ball was played to his feet, and interaction with Ruben was top class, though I do think that Ruben is guilty of over-playing occasionally and running into trouble ie trying to dribble through 3 or 4 closely-bunched defenders. Am I being picky? Not sure, the guy is obviously class. Our apparently "aged" midfield pretty much dominated their areas of play.....wow I like the look of Jake Reeves and not just because of his rather fetching man-bun! So my MOM, is Calvin Miller. How the hell this guy is playing Division 5 footie is beyond me. He performed a never-ending stream of crosses from the left wing, beating his man with ease.....and constantly cut into the corner of the box to frighten the daylights of a scrambling Weymouth defence. 9 for Miller....8.5 for Ellis.......everyone else 7.75s and 8s Superb day, superb tv coverage, cracking result. Now the dilemma, Kylie wants to know if I am going to spend my weekly allowance on her for next weeks tv coverage, or on another action-packed evening in the Hacienda with tinnies and Sildenafil (special offer price in Walmart here is a squid each, buy 12 get 4 free).....I told her she might be in luck. It's an away game and the streaming coverage is notoriously sketchy.....she is pouting nicely as I type! ps Everyone keeps saying it's us or Wrexham for 5th spot and home advantage.....but Eastleigh can still overtake both of us....or am I missing something?