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Yorks Tim

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  1. It's an easy (no hills) 15 minute walk from the railway station. Or a short taxi ride. Come out of the station and keep left, go past the bus stops. Go left round the office block at the end and cross over the road. Left again and turn right down the road passing Burger King on your left. Go to the end of that road and turn right (Regent Street). Go to the end and turn left into Queens Road / Butts. Pass the Aardvark pub and the shops etc and keep going straight. You'll cross over another road and pass the Albany Theatre / Premier Inn on your left. Then you'll see some offices and the ground is at the end of those. There is parking at the ground - not sure of the cost as we don't have control now. Taxi fare is probably a fiver.
  2. Excellent production - cameraman is doing a fine job
  3. Happy New Year to you Ron and all who come here to read up on the Bears news. Only seven more sleeps until we're back in action at the Butts
  4. Welcome back to Coventry, you Hornets. We will be back to the Butts Park Arena (Cov RUFC) this coming season after playing elsewhere while the pitch was being replaced. If you haven't been before, there is food and drink in the main bar under the stand but I recommend the multiple award winning Broomfield Tavern for their wide range of ales and ciders. The pub is on the side of the park you see from the stand. The ground is a 10 minute walk from the station /city centre. There is a Premier Inn next door, various Wetherspoons within walking distance and more curry houses than you can shake a stick at.
  5. Can't wait to see this on the field
  6. Our first gap keeps away games at Barrow and South Wales a two-week distance apart so that's welcome. Probably get a Cumbrian team away in the cup....
  7. We did well out of this arrangement last season. Will be happy to see players of the caliber of Jack Ray, Harvey Whiteley and Toby Richardson coming down the motorway.
  8. Yorks Tim

    The Final

    Congratulations and best wishes for next season in the Championship. Always thought you'd do it.
  9. Aww...cheers! York for me because my first RL games were at Clarence Street. Oldham are the team that have most impressed me in games against Coventry Bears. Rhinos because of family Leeds connection.
  10. Young Player of the Year nomination
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