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Greece v Scotland - Nov 1 - New River, London

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Greece v Scotland - Nov 2 - New River, London

 

This fixture forms part of the 2019 Rugby League play-off tournament which is the final phase of European Qualifying for the 2021 World Cup.

About this Event

The New River Stadium will play host to the Group B European Qualifying fixture against Greece and Scotland on Friday 1st November 2019.

Kick-off is scheduled for 19:30. However, gates will be open from 17:30. Fans will be able to enjoy Greek food, a wide variety of hot and cold drinks and half-time entertainment. 

Early Bird tickets are on sale until October 16th! Only £12.50 in advance 

Buy here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/greece-vs-scotland-tickets-72917583455

 

 

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More effort and imagination,has gone into the marketing of this game,than the RFL shows in it's marketing of the Challenge Cup Final.

Have a great night.

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On 11/10/2019 at 10:53, Leonard said:

Thinking of going - but are Greece any good or will Scotland just walk through them?

Scotland are without doubt the short-odds favourites, however, there are a few names in the Greece squad that suggest they will not exactly be complete pushovers: 

- Billy Magoulias (Newtown/Cronulla), Peter Mamouzelos, Nick Mougios (South Sydney), Jake Kambos, Chaise Robinson (Sydney Roosters).

Source:  https://www.rlef.eu.com/articles/1765/greece-name-train-on-squad-for-world-cup-qualifiers

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22 hours ago, Bedfordshire Bronco said:

I'll be there

Me and my lad will be too. Looking forward to it.

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I hope its a cracker! 

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Come on Greece!!

Nothing against Scotland but I’d rather see a team of players actually from that country in the World Cup than one with a load of blokes who’ve discovered a grandparent so they can play international rugby. Tonga etc are different as they clearly see themselves as Tongan and are very proud to play for them, even if they are born in Aus or NZ. 

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On 23/10/2019 at 20:05, langpark said:

Great to know that we're are guaranteed a good quality live stream for at least one of these WCQ matches!

 

 

Just sign up, or do I need to pay? 


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6 hours ago, Eddie said:

Come on Greece!!

Nothing against Scotland but I’d rather see a team of players actually from that country in the World Cup than one with a load of blokes who’ve discovered a grandparent so they can play international rugby. Tonga etc are different as they clearly see themselves as Tongan and are very proud to play for them, even if they are born in Aus or NZ. 

Not sure there will be so many homegrown in the Greece team if they get to the WC.

The Greece diaspora down under is huge.

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6 hours ago, Eddie said:

Come on Greece!!

Nothing against Scotland but I’d rather see a team of players actually from that country in the World Cup than one with a load of blokes who’ve discovered a grandparent so they can play international rugby. Tonga etc are different as they clearly see themselves as Tongan and are very proud to play for them, even if they are born in Aus or NZ. 

Contradiction ALERT!

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7 hours ago, Eddie said:

Come on Greece!!

Nothing against Scotland but I’d rather see a team of players actually from that country in the World Cup than one with a load of blokes who’ve discovered a grandparent so they can play international rugby. Tonga etc are different as they clearly see themselves as Tongan and are very proud to play for them, even if they are born in Aus or NZ. 

Eddie must have talked about family and heritage with all the Scotland players. 


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