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Your favourite second sport

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Cricket is actually my favourite followed by in no particular order football, rugby league, AFL, snooker and a bit of rugby union. At least we play cricket where I live :)

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I love football too and enjoy watching most sports if it's a big event.

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Football probably I'd say.

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Ice hockey (NHL), Gaelic football, Torquay United, cricket and shouldn't this be in AOB?

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan first and foremost, then Rugby League and Leeds Rhinos secondly. I have been a Bucs fan since I was a kid though and since they brought game pass out a few years back I get to see all the Bucs games live and in HD every weekend now. It's since then that it overtook Rugby League for me.

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Football, Man City fan.

 

Cricket - live with a pint rather than on TV.

 

Quite enjoy watching big events on TV like athletics, Tennis etc.

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Football and boxing.

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Cricket by a long way. I'd also throw in Mountaineering but guess that could be deemed a hobby rather than sport.

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Boxing

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Rugby league is my second favourite sport. Orienteering is my first because I participate in it. I also like soccer (or association football if we're being posh), athletics, cycling.

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I like cricket, I also like tennis.  I watch Union on TV in the winter because it's better than watching soccer.  I can't stand soccer, nothing ever seems to happen.  I used to be a bit of a Leeds Utd fan in the seventies, I saw Cruyff and Neeskins play at Elland Road, but the game seems to have lost something since those days.  I think it's that the physical challenge is no longer there like it is in both forms of Rugby.

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At the moment it's speedway. Rugby league is number one, but tonight I preferred watching the World Cup qualifier rather than Wigan Widnes. Some of the racing in the Grand Prix can be terrifically exciting.

The Welsh in me also says Union - does that make me a bad person?

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