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I have heard that Bramley will be charging £4 entry for their games this season can anybody confirm this.

I thought last season no one was charging in this league does it mean all teams will now charge to watch.

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Hunslet Warriors A team are in the same league as Bramley and they dont charge like most A teams of conference clubs.

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Seems a bargain compared to £12 to watch Hunslet Hawks.

You get free parking, a choice of three levels in a main grandstand to sit down and you watch the second level of national rugby league football.

or

you stand on a grassy bank and watch a mickey mouse league.

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You get free parking, a choice of three levels in a main grandstand to sit down and you watch the second level of national rugby league football.

or

you stand on a grassy bank and watch a mickey mouse league.

I've seen better games of rugby league football in the amateur game on many occasions.

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Seems a bargain compared to £12 to watch Hunslet Hawks.

Seems very expensive when you can watch a NCL game for £2.50

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Hunslet Warriors A team are in the same league as Bramley and they dont charge like most A teams of conference clubs.

Do you think they will change their policy if Bramley are charging

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I have heard that Bramley will be charging £4 entry for their games this season can anybody confirm this.

I thought last season no one was charging in this league does it mean all teams will now charge to watch.

Well worth the money to watch a team with Championship asperations.

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Well worth the money to watch a team with Championship asperations.

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£4 surely thats not true!!!! no disrespect to players/teams in that league but its not worth £4 of any1s money???

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Haha joke I'm going to have to pay £4 to go in my club watch my mates in the second team play on there own pitch!

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Hurry and grab a bargain heard its only £3 admission thats a full 25% off!! Maybe £4 is the price for away fans!

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If you stay for the full 80 mins you get £2 back as well.

 

Bonus

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Bramley 22 v Stanningley 22. Honours even and good value for £3 well done to all players in a keenly fought very local derby.

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Maybe you have to pay for the privilege of changing all your weekend plans to go and watch a Saturday based league game played on a Sunday at someone else's ground !

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Maybe you have to pay for the privilege of changing all your weekend plans to go and watch a Saturday based league game played on a Sunday at someone else's ground !

I'm all for a little bit of flexibility, just a thought, If this was Stanningleys home game did they charge £2 to get in and when the fixture is reversed will it be £4

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This board used to be an oasis of positivity when it just dealt with the RLC, now it has a wider remit we have constant sniping about the RFL, other clubs and a general feeling of misanthropy. Is there a connection, you decide?

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Clubs have to pay their rent. We at Coventry charge £5.00-not to make a profit purely to offset our costs.

Anyone that thinks that £5 is a lot of money these days is living in some sort of bubble

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I don't think £5 is lot of money for NCL Rugby League but I bet you are by far the dearest in said competition. In Coventry I suspect you have fans who will pay what ever you charge to watch Rugby League as they are starved of the game, but up here in the North they begrudge paying £2. They can go and watch Pennine or North West Mens League games where they just throw some change in a bucket! I pay my £2 to go and see my club even though, as a club official, I don't have to. As I stand talking to our gate man I am amazed at the amount of people that complain about £2 (which includes a programme) or try to get in free with various excuses.

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Pennine policy is that your not supposed charge for games but Queens do at Bus Vale £2.00-£2.50 in , they say they have to pay for the rent of the ground , but so does every other club.......

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Pennine policy is that your not supposed charge for games but Queens do at Bus Vale £2.00-£2.50 in , they say they have to pay for the rent of the ground , but so does every other club.......

You can get round this by having entry by program only.

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Clubs have to pay their rent. We at Coventry charge £5.00-not to make a profit purely to offset our costs.

Anyone that thinks that £5 is a lot of money these days is living in some sort of bubble

Includes London Weighting presumably? ;-)

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You can get round this by having entry by program only.

Which they don't..........they say you get a ticket for the raffle for a bottle , wot if that person does'nt drink!!!!!!! they should'nt be doing it

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