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#1 Pugwash

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 02:55 PM

In next year's World Cup the tie between Fiji and Ireland will take place at Spotland Stadium, Rochdale. Tickets are sellinjg fast already so if you're thinking of coming to this game I'd think about getting tickets as soon as possible.

Details are as follows;


Fiji v Ireland


Monday October 28th 2013


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Ticket prices


Main stand - £20 adults & £10 conc


End Stand (seated) - £15 & £7.50 conc


End Terrace (standing) - £10 & £5 conc


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Posted 20 November 2012 - 04:34 PM

In next year's World Cup the tie between Fiji and Ireland will take place at Spotland Stadium, Rochdale. Tickets are sellinjg fast already so if you're thinking of coming to this game I'd think about getting tickets as soon as possible.

Details are as follows;



Fiji v Ireland


Monday October 28th 2013


K.O. TBA


Ticket prices


Main stand - £20 adults & £10 conc


End Stand (seated) - £15 & £7.50 conc


End Terrace (standing) - £10 & £5 conc


Pugwash.


its a 2 horse race ill give it a miss i think and thats before a ball is touched .england are not in the same league as the aussies and the zedders

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 06:50 PM

Hopefully not all rugby league fans will have that attitude and will get out to see the world cup,ticket sales are going well for the Spotland match.
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#4 Blackbeard

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 07:10 PM

I'm with Blackhawk on this one,Red Hall treat Championship clubs like they do then they expect fans to jump through hoops when they want em,i'll give it a miss thanks........

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 07:29 PM

I honestly think we will beat the Kiwis and think we,ll give the Aussies a decent game, went to Wembley last year for the England Oz game and it could have gone either way. We need to support this World Cup in much the way the Union fans do, good luck to the Rochdale club and hope its a sell out, if i can make it i,ll go.
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Posted 20 November 2012 - 08:25 PM

Personally, I thinki games like Fiji v Ireland are probably the best sort of games as you'd be hard pressed to pick a favourite. Ireland have come on well of late and Fiji are an unknown quantity.

I'm no supporter of Red Hall but I will be at this tie as it's the chance of a lesser club to have its day in the sun. I hope to see some of you in the bar at the game maybe?

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 08:39 PM

Without redhalls money we wouldn't have a club so I think we need to show some support to the world cup, I for one would rather see the lesser teams play than see Aussies vs Aussie A so I might pop along to Rochdale! Good luck Rochdale hope you sell out!

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 09:11 PM

its a 2 horse race ill give it a miss i think and thats before a ball is touched .england are not in the same league as the aussies and the zedders



What a depressingly awful attitude to have. Who needs enemies when the sport has 'friends' like you eh?
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Posted 20 November 2012 - 09:11 PM

Without redhalls money we wouldn't have a club so I think we need to show some support to the world cup, I for one would rather see the lesser teams play than see Aussies vs Aussie A so I might pop along to Rochdale! Good luck Rochdale hope you sell out!


Much better, I'll see you there! :D
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Posted 20 November 2012 - 09:25 PM

Without redhalls money we wouldn't have a club so I think we need to show some support to the world cup, I for one would rather see the lesser teams play than see Aussies vs Aussie A so I might pop along to Rochdale! Good luck Rochdale hope you sell out!


Sort a couple of tickets and I'll come with ya. A nice day out on the lash
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#11 Blackpool Hawk

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 07:09 AM

Sort a couple of tickets and I'll come with ya. A nice day out on the lash


Sounds like a plan

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 09:19 AM

Without redhalls money we wouldn't have a club so I think we need to show some support to the world cup, I for one would rather see the lesser teams play than see Aussies vs Aussie A so I might pop along to Rochdale! Good luck Rochdale hope you sell out!

And why are Red Hall giving Championship clubs money Gaz,because they knew that when they invented Super League we,d suffer.........They made the problem and to keep us going they have to bail clubs out,all there doing.........Yeh good luck to Rochdale for getting the gig,small clubs shud get the games,but they expect fans to travel to Wembley,Cardiff,Edinburgh,

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 10:23 AM

And why are Red Hall giving Championship clubs money Gaz,because they knew that when they invented Super League we,d suffer.........They made the problem and to keep us going they have to bail clubs out,all there doing.........Yeh good luck to Rochdale for getting the gig,small clubs shud get the games,but they expect fans to travel to Wembley,Cardiff,Edinburgh,



Edinburgh?

I'm going to Cardiff and Wembley anyway, I'm off to 20 out of 30 games in total, and I can't wait. The World Cup is an event that is all about the players and fans, I don't give a stuff about the administration when I'm in a stadium watching two great teams go at it, or two smaller nations have their moment in the limelight. Its going to be a month-long Rugby League party!

Of course they expect fans to travel, its the bIoody World Cup!
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Posted 21 November 2012 - 11:00 AM

Edinburgh?

I'm going to Cardiff and Wembley anyway, I'm off to 20 out of 30 games in total, and I can't wait. The World Cup is an event that is all about the players and fans, I don't give a stuff about the administration when I'm in a stadium watching two great teams go at it, or two smaller nations have their moment in the limelight. Its going to be a month-long Rugby League party!

Of course they expect fans to travel, its the bIoody World Cup!

I stated Edinburgh because thats where fans have been made to travel in the past for Challenge Cup games and pay top rate hotel and BnB,its a northern game and always will be Gav,and if ur that convinced that the game will spread but ur money into London Broncos

#15 Gav Wilson

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 11:23 AM

I stated Edinburgh because thats where fans have been made to travel in the past for Challenge Cup games and pay top rate hotel and BnB,its a northern game and always will be Gav,and if ur that convinced that the game will spread but ur money into London Broncos


One Challenge Cup Final and two Magic Weekends (that Hunslet fans wouldn't be expected to attend anyway).

"Its a Northern game and always will be" is exactly the kind of backwards thinking that holds this great game back.

As I said, who needs enemies with friends like you eh?
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Posted 21 November 2012 - 11:40 AM

Edinburgh?

I'm going to Cardiff and Wembley anyway, I'm off to 20 out of 30 games in total, and I can't wait. The World Cup is an event that is all about the players and fans, I don't give a stuff about the administration when I'm in a stadium watching two great teams go at it, or two smaller nations have their moment in the limelight. Its going to be a month-long Rugby League party!

Of course they expect fans to travel, its the bIoody World Cup!


Isn't that your job though Gav, writing and reporting about RL, most fans have to pay to watch these games and don't have the chance of either free tickets and travel or are able to claim back the cost as a business expense.

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 11:45 AM

Isn't that your job though Gav, writing and reporting about RL, most fans have to pay to watch these games and don't have the chance of either free tickets and travel or are able to claim back the cost as a business expense.


Paid for every single ticket and every last drop of petrol out of my own back pocket mate, not even a penny going on expenses!

The only games I apply for a media pass is at SuperLeague grounds. I always pay the entry fee when I'm reporting at Championship level even with my media pass.

It just wouldn't feel right otherwise.
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Posted 21 November 2012 - 11:45 AM

One Challenge Cup Final and two Magic Weekends (that Hunslet fans wouldn't be expected to attend anyway).

"Its a Northern game and always will be" is exactly the kind of backwards thinking that holds this great game back.

As I said, who needs enemies with friends like you eh?

Hold the game back ur having laugh,watch ur club struggle while Crusaders,London,and many more get front row seats,like i've said put ur money into a club thats out of the catchment area and see where it gets you........

#19 Gav Wilson

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 11:49 AM

Hold the game back ur having laugh,watch ur club struggle while Crusaders,London,and many more get front row seats,like i've said put ur money into a club thats out of the catchment area and see where it gets you........


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Posted 21 November 2012 - 11:59 AM

Paid for every single ticket and every last drop of petrol out of my own back pocket mate, not even a penny going on expenses!

The only games I apply for a media pass is at SuperLeague grounds. I always pay the entry fee when I'm reporting at Championship level even with my media pass.

It just wouldn't feel right otherwise.


That's being silly Gav, if it's your job it's a legitimate expense.

Why wouldn't it feel right, the money you/your company save doesn't come out of RL funds does it?





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