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01/09/13 - The Kingstone Press Championship 1 Match Thread


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#41 gogledd

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 04:36 PM

The All Golds looked way out of their depth yesterday.

 

Agreed we did! We did have 5 regular players out injured, but no excuses. Beaten by a better team, and even with a full team, out result would have been a home win.

 

It has been a long hard learning curve of a season, but I believe that the management team have a good "business plan" to ensure stability in the long term.  Whatever players are retained for next year, can only improve from learning from this years experience.  Most of them are only just out of, or still in, uni. 

 

We do not have many fans at the moment either, only a few of us are not family of players, or uni students, but we have had a presence, however small, at all away games this year.

 

Roll on next season, and good luck to all in the play offs.

Looks like UGAG will have links with the WRL and develop the Anglo-Welsh relationship in South Wales/ Gloustershire/ Bristol area.  Could be a great development for the All Golds. Best of luck for next season.



#42 GeordieSaint

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 05:43 PM

Looks like UGAG will have links with the WRL and develop the Anglo-Welsh relationship in South Wales/ Gloustershire/ Bristol area.  Could be a great development for the All Golds. Best of luck for next season.

 

That is good news. The stronger the foundations the better. It seems to me from an outsider looking inwards that there is some cracking work being undertaken by teams outside traditional areas; a model for traditional areas to look into and develop?

 

As for the UGAG, get selling some tickets for Cardiff and the opener! :D


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#43 Styx

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 05:47 PM

Given our links with Bristol, the USA v Cook Islands is the one being pushed.


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