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100% Hornets are running a coach to Featherstone on Sunday. There are still places available £15. Be at Flying Horse for 1-00pm leaving at 1-30pm. For more information contact Mark Harris.

Tickets can be purchased from the Rovers website up to midnight the day before the game, with a £2.00 discount for Adults at £18.00.  Conc £13.00 Junior £1.00  https://rovers.mysportstickets.co.uk/events/home/Rochdale_Hornets_394

For those driving directions are: Leave the M62 at Junction 31 (Castleford-Wakefield), following initially the Wakefield sign. As you go under the M62 keep to your nearside lanes and bear left towards Aketon. Keep going straight over a series of three traffic islands. Follow for approximately 1 ½ miles passing the DS Smith factory on your left and turn left at the traffic lights onto the A645 Pontefract road. Keep forward up to the next set of lights and take a left turn into Station Lane. Go straight up Station Lane and turn right down Post Office Road – before the train crossing. The LD NUTRITION Stadium is situated on your left after 200 yards. Parking is available at the ground £5.00.  For Sat Navs. Post Office Rd, Featherstone, Pontefract WF7 5EN


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the'ave   built a new link road in FEV   so you don't have to go on ponty road and past smiths

so junction 31 follow wakefield then normanton industrial stay on road signposted aketon over roundabout pass police on left  straight over next roundabout third roundabout  sign post green lane  industrial turn left  then at far end turn right at traffic lights at doctors  and top house pub over crossings  and post office road first left

if you park up on new road doctors about half mile tops walk to ground

 

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As a Fev fan I think that's a fair effort from the supporters of your team to be bringing a coach to an away game across the Pennines given your obvious struggles this season. I know that might sound a bit patronising but really don't mean it like that, there are a lot of fair weather supporters in RL and on a July Sunday with one win all season can think of some "bigger" teams whose fans might have decided not to bother. Fair play.

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Despite the score line it seems, from the Fev forum, that we played some good stuff but that tiredness took its toll eventually? Next week’s game v Dewsbury should be a good indicator of progress. 

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Well played Rochdale. You threw the ball about in great style. You just need that finishing power. Fev beat you down the middle but you played the more attractive style FEV FAN

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