Your greatest sporting achievements
Things in the Walker house were not good earlier in the week. Both the miniature heroes were ill - number one had a temperature that just hit 39 degrees and number two was feeling the pain of new fangs coming through. It meant Tuesday's trip to Windsor was a little too much for everyone.
Even though we were the only people on a boat that can hold about 200, the tour bloke still gave us the full spiel.
I now know there are 44 locks on the Thames and that there are over six miles of corridors in Windsor Castle. I could baffle you with additional castle-based facts, but I thought I would tell you about last week's trip to see Kevin Davies.
To mark the fact that the Premier League sponsors were giving £1000 per goal and £500 for every shot on target last weekend to Sport Relief, we were invited to a one-on-one masterclass with the Bolton striker.
Upon arrival at Bolton's training ground, I met up with our crew, led by fearless producer Chris Treece. But when we bumped into Kevin, he seemed spectacularly underprepared for what was ahead. "You want me to get changed?" he asked. "I thought it was just an interview."
We were also lacking a goalkeeper, so, as Kevin disappeared into the deep recesses of the changing room, the PR man from Barclays approached the club's press officer.
Within seconds, a bloke with gloves turned up. Neil Edwards is the academy coach at Wanderers and, presumably because he is Welsh, is known by everyone as 'Taff'.
Barrel-chested Kevin soon joined us and you can see the edited version of our masterclass right here.
I know it sounds slightly sad, but the overhead kick at the end is definitely one of the highlights of my footballing career. I'll happily admit it was a complete fluke. What are the odds of perfectly connecting with one of those bad-boys at the first time of asking?
Kevin had been pinging balls in for about four minutes before urging me to "finish off with something special".
I thought about attempting Rene Higuita's scorpion kick but then the rational part of my brain kicked in. A. I could end up looking like an idiot on the telly. B. There is a 70% chance I could break my back. C. I'd just eaten an entire bag of mixed nuts and it wasn't the time to be contorting my body.
As Davies delivered the perfect ball toward me, it seemed to hang in the air and say "attempt the overhead".
My mind went back to a County Cup final between Hazelwick (my school team) and Thomas Bennett - the last time I attempted something similar in a match. My effort that night was rather unspectacular. The connection was alright but the ball rocketed into my own face and out for a goalkick!
This time was different. As I positioned myself, I knew it was going to be good. I felt the whole of the ball connect with the top of my foot and watched as it whacked the crossbar and ripple the back of the net.
Now I know what you're thinking. "Hold on a minute, you buffoon. There were no defenders, the keeper wasn't really trying and there was absolutely nothing riding on it."
All correct observations and you could probably add the fact that even at full speed I looked the wrong side of lethargic. But, as I glanced back across goal, Mr Davies looked back at me as if to say, "How on earth did YOU do that?"
For a moment, all was right with the football world. I felt like I could bang one in from 40 yards or swat away the likes of Vidic, Terry or Carragher with a single swivel of the hips.
The moment didn't last too long because my next touch was a classic mid-shin that rocketed off at right angles to my intended target... but it didn't matter.
This week, let's celebrate those rare moments of genius. Let's make this blog a tribute to those times when you've felt that - however briefly - you could take on the sporting world and win.
Let's hear about the shot, the volley, the putt, the delivery, the moment that still defines your sporting memories. The one you'll save for the grandchildren.
The whole of Football Focus comes live from White Hart Lane this week for Spurs v Portsmouth, so you can also let me know if you'd like to see something in particular and we'll try and squeeze it in.
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