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Rugby League World Issue 402

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#21 Big Doug

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Posted 29 October 2013 - 09:31 PM

Studs Bar was open but you could only get in if you were seated in the Pearl Street Stand.
I thought it was an absolutely fabulous night with a fabulous result. It's was great to see so many of our Fijian freiends so happy.
The whe night was a credit to to the club and the town.
My one and only criticism was that that stadium sound system was not able to be heard with such a large crowd.
I wonder if we will ever see such a large crowd for a rugby game again. Oh it would be lovely to see such a crowd at every Hornets home game. I know that will never happen but you can have your dreams.
Well done to all concerned the night was a credit to our little club.
Good luck to Fiji in their remaining two games. The thought of playing them and being on the receiving end of one of their bone crunchers is enough to have nightmares.
Is there any truth in the rumour that they have all signed for Hornets next season!!!!!!!!!!!!
You can only dream !!!!!!!!

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#22 Larry Jones

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Posted 01 November 2013 - 08:50 PM

well the proof is in the pudding.  Take a risk and pick a high profile game whatever comes first Fax Fev or Leigh and make it a fiver a head.  The hit is the fantastic Hornets fans who buy golden season tickets etc the win win  is the potential perhaps for a three thousand crowd.






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