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 The final Silver Street episode was broadcast on Fri 26 Mar 2010 and the final omnibus on Sun 28 Mar 2010
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Friday 17th April 2009  Ep 1280

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Darren misses the penalty. The full time whistle blows. Darren apologises to Kenny who was doubtful whether the game could be turned around in 15 mins anyway. Kenny tells Rozena that whilst Jaggy is sulking, Darren is their only chance if they want to win the last game; he needs to train with the others tomorrow.

A fan throws an empty beer can at Sandra’s feet. Darren thinks the fans have a right to be angry, but Kenny’s sick of Darren’s self pity. In the car home, Darren tells Sandra, he should have been able to win that match for Rangers, what if he just can’t play anymore? Sandra argues with Kenny later, did he even ask Darren if he was ready to play?

Imran is furious with Rozena for letting Darren play; she’s trashed the Jilani name in front of everyone. Rozena says she was desperate and Darren has paid his dues for what he did or is Imran the only one who deserves a second chance?

Later, Rozena apologises for mentioning Mickey Reynolds. Imran won’t forgive her though and blocks her entrance into their dad’s room. He will make the club decisions with her from now on as she can’t be trusted. She laughs at him forcing Imran to say she has a battle on her hands because he will fight to stay in the businesses.

Episode written by Kim Revill

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