Basically, the goals were of the portable type, with a frame around the base, rather than the posts socketed or buried in the turf.
When the teams were warming up, it was noticed that they weren't anchored to the ground. Cue very long delay as someone tried to find some pegs. It was a Sunday early evening if I remember correctly, so where they ended up getting them from, I dunno.
Whilst we were sitting in the sun waiting (and waiting), Tony Ising (former Victory Communications Manager [is he with Heart now?]) grabs some kids from the crowd for a bit of a penalty kick thing, as the unpegged goal. One young bloke livened things up a bit by jumping on the pitch, running the full length of it, turning around and getting 3/4 of the way back before security even noticed. He made it back onto the hill, only for one of the security team basically to basically king hit him. Cue tense moments and much colourful abuse of said security bloke until the manager came out. The nob got taken away and sacked on the spot.
Beer was being sold the whole time but I was driving