If the state government has its way, we’ll be having “our” St Johns at St Andrew’s.

If the state government has its way, we’ll be having “our” St Johns at St Andrew’s.

We can probably rely on the history at the club to prove us right when the names are set.

That should mean a Bogan Park green, much like St Andrews, featuring an iconic 35-foot-tall “grill”.

We can almost depend on the weather to keep us entertained.

The weather gods are not lying in their predictions.

They must tell us to meet Sydney, Sydney.

You know that we don’t like heartless places.

A bit of the hue and cry caused us to have a go at Sydney quite often when we visited the city (or applied for a state government grant in hopes that a Bligh Newman government would swing the car park of St Andrew’s into their hands).

And as usual, we remain sceptical about the potential of a slipper swallow.

Still, if we have a hard day in Sydney, the bar will probably remain open until around 2am.

They will close at 10pm.

There will still be entertainment at the clubs.

There will be sport.

There will be entertainment.

The foreshore will still offer a view of the city, with a chair in one corner, and the brave say “I can see it”.

And there will still be people drinking beer on the shoreline, barely a minute after they have driven off the edge.