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casyorkie

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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

Cost me £12 to watch a Pennine division 7 `A` team  game last Saturday, well worth it, I know how much it costs to put on a home game.

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Cost me £12 to watch a Pennine division 7 `A` team  game last Saturday, well worth it, I know how much it costs to put on a home game.

When people bring a hat round i always put money in it and i would at Queens but i just think its a bit cheeky with what the Pennine Leagues run , i went to Rochdale/Old boys game and payed £10 , the Leigh/East Leeds game , been told they were charged £18 , super league prices or what!!!

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Cost me £12 to watch a Pennine division 7 `A` team  game last Saturday, well worth it, I know how much it costs to put on a home game.

Cost me £10 for a season ticket (concessions) to watch Hunslet Warriors play in the NCL.

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I think when Hunslet Hawks last had a 2nd team it was £3 Adults , £1 con , season tickets got in for nowt , good value , as with a lot of NCL teams , at amateur level you do get value for money

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I'd have to say for a well run league such as the Pennine League to have a policy that clubs shouldn't charge is a ridiculous rule. Surely the should be facilitating all possible opportunities for their member clubs to be making money. I could understand a rule that say caps it at £2 or something like that but recommending they don't charge is a little odd to me.

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I'd have to say for a well run league such as the Pennine League to have a policy that clubs shouldn't charge is a ridiculous rule. Surely the should be facilitating all possible opportunities for their member clubs to be making money. I could understand a rule that say caps it at £2 or something like that but recommending they don't charge is a little odd to me.

You could'nt monitor Drigs or Old Boys pitch tho Stat , simply because there not fenced off ......

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You could'nt monitor Drigs or Old Boys pitch tho Stat , simply because there not fenced off ......

That isn't the fault of every other team in the league though, and teams that have the ability to charge shouldn't been denied the opportunity because of this. The facility we have at Thatto Heath has multiple entrances and if people were determined not to pay they could easily avoid it. The vast majority of folk that watch amateur rugby don't mind paying a nominal amount in order to support the clubs. They understand it is necessary to keep the clubs running.

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