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Hearing Ron Earnshaw passed away tonight.

He was a lovely bloke and he was Mr Batley.

RIP Ronnie and god bless.

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Geeze sorry to hear that devastated, was a real Batley battler and an inspiration.

 

Massive condolences from all at Hunslet

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RIP Mr Batley.

A club legend and always will be.

Thoughts with Ronnie's family and close friends tonight.

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Sad news for all concerned with the club.

Condolences to Ronnie's family and friends.

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Gutted . Very very sad news . An absolute legend of a man who we probably wouldn't have a club without Ronnie and the things he did

Thoughts are with Nellie and his family .

RIP Ronnie an absolute one off , gone but never forgotten . Legend

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So sad to hear the passing of Ronnie. A big man at the mount and he will be sadly missed.

RIP Ronnie

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God bless Ronnie,you where a gentleman.Deepest condolencies to Nellie and family.RIP.

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RIP RON.. a true Batley RL legend who certainly kept this club going through his work starting in the supporters club through to been on the board and at one time remorgaging his house to keep the club afloat... A true legend who will be sorely missed by all the Batley RL family... glad i had the pleasure of knowing this great man,someone who wasn't just well respected by batley RL but all the RL community.

 

Condolences to Nellie and family

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Very sad news.Rest in peace Ron, our thought are with you.Condolences to his family.

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sad news, great bloke and a great family.nothing were ever to much for ron to sort for anyone ,our thoughts are with the earnshaw family. r.i.p ronnie.

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so sad to hear this news , ronnie was a true gent and great clubman . rip ron .

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Very sad news. Truly Mr Batley.

 

Condolences to the family.

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All been said already, great loss for the family, club, town. He will be missed.RIP Ronnie. Condolences to all his family.

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RIP Ron a gentleman and a tireless worker for Batley RLFC nothing too much for the man at his club always ready to do his bit. Gone but not forgotten.

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Very sad news. Truly Mr Batley.

 

Condolences to the family.

Never knew him, but I know he was an iconic figure for the Batley faithful. Condolences to the family and friends and to the fans who loved him.

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Very nice chap and very sad news. I cannot imagine not seeing him around at the Mount. If there had been no Ronnie would there be a Batley RLFC for us to enjoy? My condolences to his family.

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Buying tickets up at the mount will never be the same again. Another gallant youth lost upstairs.

Thanks ron for preserving the towns club for us to support.

Rest in peace you deserve it

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Rest in peace Ronnie, condolences to the Earnshaw family, my thoughts are with you all.

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Very, very sad news.  He has been Mr Batley for so long it seems incomprehensible that he is no longer with us . RIP, condolences to his family and close friends.

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    very sad news,r.i.p. ron  (Dewsbury rams fan)

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RIP Ronnie. The word legend these days is used too flippantly. In Ronnies case it is absolutely correct. How many times have we all said ''oh go and see Ronnie, he'll sort it''. As has been said he did things for the club that have kept Batley afloat, and I'm sure many unseen things. Just so glad he was around to enjoy the recent successess, of which he WAS so proud.

We have lost a true GALLANT YOUTH.

All our thoughts are with Nellie and his family, who I know will keep his memory going, and provide inspiration for this great club of ours.

Goodbye Rocket Ronnie.

The Bottomley Family.

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