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Tom Coates

Commitment unrelenting as terracing project nears completion

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"..................built to last forever."

 

Ozy(mandias) - look on my works, ye mighty, and despair.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I think you could save some cash and forget the "crush barriers"! The crowds at dewsbury would struggle to crush a grape at the moment let alone each other although I am sure Eddie n Coolie will give it a go if you get my drift ;)

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I think you could save some cash and forget the "crush barriers"! The crowds at dewsbury would struggle to crush a grape at the moment let alone each other although I am sure Eddie n Coolie will give it a go if you get my drift ;)

 

How many fans did Batley have in their 'cup final' against the Giants? Must have been a lot from Huddersfield that came to watch the game. The point is Batley are playing extremely well at the moment whereas the Rams aren't. Yet, the Rams still get more supporters than you, get my drift!

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Well done to those involved in getting the terrace sorted.

Am sure there will be a few on this Forum who won't like the colour, width of the steps, steepness of steps, the view etc.....

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"..................built to last forever."

 

Ozy(mandias) - look on my works, ye mighty, and despair.

 

 

From a selfish point of view - as long as it lasts MY lifetime that'll be fine. ;) Once again a big thanks to everybody concerned with that project - especially

PB  (WR ?), the mystery donor and the others who have put so much into it. That ground improvements are on-going, helps to add an air of permanence to the club amid the general gloom that surrounds the game, and gives me reasonable hope that I'll be buying season tickets for a while yet. If the colour scheme is anything other than red, amber or black, I'll be writing a letter of complaint mind. :lol:   

 

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BSJ - built to last forever is Journalistic Licence.  I think I said - built to last.

 

However, I think and hope that it wiil last for the rest of my life as well as those of BSJ & GOR - so as far as we

are all concerned that is forever.  After that it becomes someone else's problem.

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BSJ - built to last forever is Journalistic Licence.  I think I said - built to last.

 

However, I think and hope that it wiil last for the rest of my life as well as those of BSJ & GOR - so as far as we

are all concerned that is forever.  After that it becomes someone else's problem.

 

 

:lol: :lol:

 

Well said WR.

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I think you could save some cash and forget the "crush barriers"! The crowds at dewsbury would struggle to crush a grape at the moment let alone each other although I am sure Eddie n Coolie will give it a go if you get my drift ;)

Correct and were still averaging more than your muppets.You lot dont deserve a team at all never mind one at the moment in the top 3.At least our chairman isnt crawing to beg supporters because on those gates, the futures not orange at the mount.At least we can afford our team.Mind you when the local community buy your ground you will be alrite.

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what is mount Tali ?....

Correct and were still averaging more than your muppets.You lot dont deserve a team at all never mind one at the moment in the top 3.At least our chairman isnt crawing to beg supporters because on those gates, the futures not orange at the mount Tali..At least we can afford our team.Mind you when the local community buy your ground you will be alrite.

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Well done to all concerned in making this project possible.I really believe that the more improvements done to the ground will show how a rugby club can be run right, take note most Super League teams.

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Yes I wouldnt mind a gander as we wont get to Dewsbury again this season unless you are unlucky enough to draw us in the NR cup. And if you are relegated it could be longer than that ;)

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Yes I wouldnt mind a gander as we wont get to Dewsbury again this season unless you are unlucky enough to draw us in the NR cup. And if you are relegated it could be longer than that ;)

 

No pressure on GM and the team then.

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If we are relegated it could be longer than you think .

 

 

I guess the development plans would be abandoned if this were the case. Is that right GFDU?

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I guess the development plans would be abandoned if this were the case. Is that right GFDU?

I would hope things would surely continue,the sale of the land around the ground is now at a advanced stage to make sure it positive for the club.The terracing behind the posts will be done in June.Lets make sure we see this to the finish please .

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I guess the development plans would be abandoned if this were the case. Is that right GFDU?

I think I know what you are getting at in your subtle way. :rolleyes:

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I think I know what you are getting at in your subtle way. :rolleyes:

 

 

 

I'm about as subtle as Diana Dors I have been told!

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And about as pretty too I ve been told (sorry to rat you out GOR)

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I'm about as subtle as Diana Dors I have been told!

You must have a light touch but you must surely be older than 44 Double D!!!

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Does part of this work involve moving the score board?

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Does part of this work involve moving the score board?

Think the score board is staying in the same place,as far i know.

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