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PJ
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Jul 6, 2008, 12:25 PM

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Oxford Cavaliers 48 Redditch Ravens 18

West Midlands Conference

No Programme - club shop up and running selling Cavalier items.

Played at Marston Ferry.

Att 45 to 50 (a number stayed in the bar at half-time as we had a shower).

Good game, should have been closer but Redditch made a few mistakes from kick-offs, also they started to question a number of "sir's" decisions.

Oxford upto 2nd, Bristol will win the league, anyone of Oxford, Telford, Coventry "B" and Redditch for 2nd spot. Swindon and Wolves will fight out the wooden spoon.

Coventry have a game in hand on Oxford and can go 2nd, but still have to play at Oxford. Hopefully they will have a 1st team game that day, the other year the 1st team game was called off and they brought 10 of the 1st team to Oxford.


I hope you left enough hot water for the players after the game.Wink


Red Robbo
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I had a Rugby League choice between St Albans Centurions and St Ives Roosters.
With St ALBANS playing League leaders West London Sharks and St IVES playing Northampton.

I chose St Albans and arrived about 2pm and purchased a progamme (1), the rumoured second XI game had taken place but had finished by then. Both teams were warming up along with the barbeque, and supporters were making there way from the bar. Something wasn't right however, as the 2.30 kick off time approached there were far to many officials from both sides on their mobile phones and NO REFEREE. It transpires after a few questions that the referee had a family problem and was called away up north very late in the day. This left the chances of getting a referee in for the game remote and the game was called off shortly before 3pm. Disappointed (and not for the first time in this Rugby League season) my grandson and myself headed back home to Stevenage without seeing a game.

We did however have better luck with the speedway in the evening at Rye House. The damp weather held off and the Rockets recorded a 65-27 home win over a disappointing Glasgow Tigers side with only Cory Gathercole and Robert Ksiezak put up any real opposition.

FREE ADMISSION AND RACE CARD AT RYE HOUSE NEXT SATURDAY FOR THE CONFERENCE FIXTURE BETWEEN RYE HOUSE COBRAS AND BUXTON HITMAN.
7PM START FOR THIS ONE IF ANYBODY FANCIES COMING ALONG.



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Oxford Cavaliers 48 Redditch Ravens 18

West Midlands Conference

No Programme - club shop up and running selling Cavalier items.

Played at Marston Ferry.

Att 45 to 50 (a number stayed in the bar at half-time as we had a shower).

Good game, should have been closer but Redditch made a few mistakes from kick-offs, also they started to question a number of "sir's" decisions.

Oxford upto 2nd, Bristol will win the league, anyone of Oxford, Telford, Coventry "B" and Redditch for 2nd spot. Swindon and Wolves will fight out the wooden spoon.

Coventry have a game in hand on Oxford and can go 2nd, but still have to play at Oxford. Hopefully they will have a 1st team game that day, the other year the 1st team game was called off and they brought 10 of the 1st team to Oxford.


I hope you left enough hot water for the players after the game.Wink



They don't have hot water, cold showers (or a dip in the Cherwell), there not overpaid footballers.

As you know it does tend to rain at Oxford Rugby League home games.


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National League 2 : South Leeds Stadium. Hunslet Hawks 15 Barrow Raiders 10. Att 527. Adm 14, Prog 2

It's now known as the John Charles Centre for Sport and a bugger to find if you follow directions from M1 J45 because that particular junction isn't there any more. A minor panic later and the stadium is located off the Dewsbury Road which I found heading toward Leeds from J44. Well signposted from there.
There is one huge stand with the best part of 5,000 seats and the rest of the arena is grass banking which was off-limits. Despite watching the game across an 8-lane running track, this was actually a really good watch with Barrow - 13 wins from 13 games - losing their 100% record to a resurgent Hawks who notched only their 4th win of the season and their third in a row ! Good atmosphere; good catering though 2.70 is a bit much for pie 'n peas and the match programme committed the cardinal sin of not having a league table.
And running periodically behind the far perimeter, the steam-hauled loco's of the Middleton Light Railway which claims to be the worlds oldest. The rain didn't arrive until ten minutes from time by which time Barrow were fighting a lost cause, living to rue all the missed opportunities of the first half-hour. Well done Hunslet - according to the prog, a club on the verge of folding only a few weeks ago.


PonteCarlo
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Engage Super League: Castleford Tigers 18-10 Hull Kingston Rovers. Att:7,771 - Adm 16, Prog 2.50

Good game of rugby, even though many unforced errors due to the downpour that began before the match. For some reason this game was moved to 12 noon on police advice - despite there being no trouble between the two clubs for at least a decade! (An excuse to use the tax payers money maybe). No trouble before, during, or after the game either! I turned out to be a lucky charm for the rest of my family's side as I saw them win for the 2nd time in a row when I've watched them.
The club is due to move into a new purpose-built facility in Glasshoughton (near Xscape) in the next two years so if you haven't had chance to see this cracking old rugby ground yet, get yourself down



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colpic
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Last Sunday I went to the 750 Motor Club meeting at Cadwell Park in depest rural Lincs. I know nothing abouts cars but was given two free tickets. It was wet so the racing was more exciting than usual, apparently. Good fun but not life-changing.

Went to Down Royal geegees in Lisburn the day after seeing Distillery play TPS. Now an Irish race meeting is an experience to be had. I'm definitley going to arrange any future trips to Ireland to include a meeting.

This Sat (12 July)Brampton Rovers 6aside Tournament with Scotter U16s. (Oops thats football)

Next Sat (19th July) Headingly Test.



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Mek
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I'm jealous - Being longing to go to Cadwell for years. If Silverstone is Premier League Motor-racing then Cadwell is definitely Non-League and better off for it.

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colpic
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To be fair, I did really enjoy it despite not being into motor sport. You can still admire the skill and commitment of the participants and the sheer enthusiasm of the spectators. the guy who gave me the tickets is a Marshall and puts in loads of hours, unpaid, to the sport he loves, as indeed do many of us in our chosen sport.

Apparently Cadwell is known as the poor mans Nurbergring (spelling?). I walked as much of the course as I could to get lots of different views. God knows why because its hilly!



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buncranaboy
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This Saturday : London Skolars vs Swinton followed by Walthamstow dogs.
Sunday : Stratford Races


Mek
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Apart from the Isle of Man TT, its the only track in the UK that has a 'Mountain'.

Knockhill is probably hillier, but is smaller in length. Knockhill also has my favourite corner name - Duffus Dip


PonteCarlo
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Thursday 10th July 2008
Co-operative National League One: Halifax RLFC 34-22 Leigh Centurions. Att:2,853 - Adm ? (season ticket holder), Prog 2.00

This game seemed to have it all bar a sending off. Halifax were the last NL1 team to be shown on Sky TV despite being in the top 2 for most of the season Unsure Fax were out of the blocks quicky, playing some scintillating rugby and were ripping Leigh apart. It was 20-0 in as many minutes before a couple of debatable decisions went against Fax. Leigh got themselves on the scoresheet at the end of a first half in which the penalty count was at 9-2 in favour of Leigh!! After another try to make it 24-6, Fax pressed the 'Do not touch - SELF DESTRUCT' button and made some horrendous decisions - one led to a try being an outrageous pass on their own try line when taking a tackle would have been easier. It was down to 2 points at 24-22 with less than 10 minutes left, before Fax finally made the game safe after good pressure from a kick through. Absolutely cracking atmosphere, and a great game of rugby and apparently I got spotted on the telly more than once!



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Sunday 13th July 2008
Co-operative National League One: Dewsbury Rammed 22-70 by Salford: Att 1,300-ish - Admission 12, kids 2, programme (not that good) 2, beer 2.40

Amazingly the first time at the Tetley Stadium, despite having watched (and played) at the old Crown Flatt. Got to say this ground is ideal for summer rugby league, with grass banking behind each goal playing host to myself and Mr DTPG Front Page pin-up (BobLHatt) and the kids and some beer - especially in the warm sunshine we had today. If it ever gets rainy, there's a covered terrace that can accomodate a good 2,500 spectators with ease - and I can't see Dews doing that in a rush. On the pitch second placed Reds looked like they were going to win at a canter, running in three tries inside the first ten minutes, then Dews made a spirited comeback getting within four points, before Salford snatched a try just on half time. Second half... one way. Salford are now top - Dewsbury bottom.
Figured out today I only need to get to TWO grounds in the whole of the league to have been to every senior RL ground. Both are in the Super League, both are in England. Not bad to say I've been to only four games in the last ten years Shocked



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Jul 13, 2008, 8:41 PM

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My first ever Rugby League game at White Hart Lane Community Sports Centre for:-

London Skolars 26-22 Swinton Lions, att: approx 250, admission 10, programme 2.50

I had seen pictures of this stadium before I went and it didn't look too inspiring. I was pleasantly surprised and it's a decent venue. Decent covered stand and plenty of open terrace on the far side. Enjoyable game too which Skolars just shaded.

Followed by a few overs at Winchmore Hill Cricket Club and Buncranaboy's reputation as a hard drinker went down the drain with a pint of something pink! Raspberry and lime cider I think it was.

Then Walthamstow dogs, cracking evening and if you can GO!



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Nothing wrong with a cool cider on a warm day !

Excellent day's sport as reported by my pastie-devouring friend from the potteries. London Skolars was indeed better than anticipated. Don't be put off by the "I don't think there's any programmes today" from the cashier. Ample supplies arrived ten minutes before kick-off. And avoid the chips at all costs !
The GBG-listed Winchmore Hill CC were preparing for a SriLankan festival today based around cricket and a number of their Test stars were expected to appear. The club estimated that between 7-10 thousand would be there to enjoy the food, music, good (pink) beer and cricket.
And as mentioned elsewhere, Walthamstow Stadium is a must. The art-deco frontage is wonderful as is the huge tote-board (with a beautiful wooden replica inside one of the upper bars) and the centre green was a picture. Huge crowd which I expect has not been the norm. And while there may have been some dogs in the stands, there was still plenty to keep the casual viewer occupied.
Even bigger crowd at Sratford Races today (family admission 14 incl racecard). I'd be surprised if it were lower than 20,000 on a baking day when the beer ran out ! And all my tips are still out on the course somewhere.


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18:00 Monday 14th. July 2008
Wolverton Knock Out Cup Semi -Final @ Osbourne Street, Wolverton

New Bradwell 128-4 after 15 overs
MK City 129-6 with 3 balls remaining

A highly entertaining game of cricket all round, although I've never seen or heard of games with 8 balls per over before. Crazy

Atendance fluctuated from 30 -80, surprised so many turned up but guess I shouldn't have been. Nice cheap pint (1.80) from the bar as well.


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18:00 Monday 14th. July 2008
Wolverton Knock Out Cup Semi -Final @ Osbourne Street, Wolverton

New Bradwell 128-4 after 15 overs
MK City 129-6 with 3 balls remaining

A highly entertaining game of cricket all round, although I've never seen or heard of games with 8 balls per over before. Crazy

Atendance fluctuated from 30 -80, surprised so many turned up but guess I shouldn't have been. Nice cheap pint (1.80) from the bar as well.



In past times overs were quite often 8 ball. If you dig deep enough in Wisdom you will find so major games may well have been played with 8 ball overs.


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In past times overs were quite often 8 ball. If you dig deep enough in Wisdom you will find so major games may well have been played with 8 ball overs.


The Northern League had 8-ball overs when I used to watch and they were the norm in Australia up to State level until not that long ago (I'm quite old so it'sa ll relative).

In fact, correct me if I'm wrong, but I think Test Matches in Australia had 8-ball overs until well into the 1970s.


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Thanks chaps, I thought it might have just been a crafty invention from the cup organisers to stop time being wasted swapping ends.

That's why this is such a great forum, so many contributors full of fascinating info.


PonteCarlo
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Saturday 12th July 2008
Reserve League First Division: Halifax RLFC Reserves 36-12 Sheffield Eagles Reserves Att:250 ish - Adm 2, Prog = Teamsheet Only handed out free

A good advert for reserve grade football, and as my friends had pointed out, Halifax's reserves always seem to start sluggish and are usually behind at halftime before stepping on the gas. They have not lost at home in three years - some record I must say - but weren't at their fluent best today. Only ahead 16-10 at the break, a couple of quick-fire tries midway through the half settled the game despite the Sheffield players 'in your face' attitude! After this, went to a quaint village called Norwood Green, followed by Brighouse for some proper beer! All my friends were going on to the alcopops by the time we got to our last pub, before I asked for a Tetley Cask to which the barman replied 'So there is a man amongst you after all!'



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ash
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Sat/Sun 12/13 July

European Slowpitch Softball Championships, Southampton University

A sport I have taken up and become addicted to this Summer. I was playing in the 'Rec' (ie just for fun) competition with the idea being that all Rec games would finish in time for everyone to watch the big boys (and girls - it's a mixed sport) play their final.

GB won again, as they have every time this tournament has been staged. Sadly only five nations entered this time - Ireland did well to overcome a strong Czech Rep team in the semis with Jersey and Slovenia the other participants.

Watching the best in the country play quickly made me realise how rubbish division 3 of the Manchester league really is. The arms on some of these girls - not to mention the legs but that's another matter...


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This Saturday I'm playing cricket at the World's oldest football ground, Sandygate home of Hallam FC!



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Rob North
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Sunday July 13

Horseracing

TABY (near Stockholm)

Since my wife prefers watching racing to football we tick off a racecourse if we can when on holiday.

Slightly odd experience here in that the 'meeting' consisted of just one race. Taby (pronounced Tay-bu) normally race on Thursday, with a few bigger meetings held on Sundays. In addition to that though, they also open on Sundays for one race which is a national betting race for the 'Sondags Kombination' bet, essentially a handicap race designed to give open betting and big payouts.

Good facilities at the track is easily accessible via the Stockholm railway from Stockholm Ostra out to Galoppfaltet station. A quick walk through the car park to the course which has decent facilities. A large stand with seating inside and out, with various bars and eating places. For the regular meetings racegoers can book a table in the restaurant overlooking the course.

The one race took place at 3.05, though the course also accepted bets on the trotting meeting at Jarlsberg. After a brief perusal of the field for the Taby contest I reasoned that number 8 Chorusso had been running against better opposition and seemed in fair form. Chorusso duly read the script, leading the the mile contest from the start and just hanging on in a close finish. My winning bet at a near 7/1 went towards a meal back in Stockholm, and with prices as they are in Sweden all help with finance is welcome!

A bit of an odd experience, going to a course to watch one race, but a decent winner always makes a trip worthwhile. I'd recommend the course to racing fans, the facilities are decent and the racing competitive.

Rob


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Jul 17, 2008, 7:10 PM

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The club is due to move into a new purpose-built facility in Glasshoughton (near Xscape) in the next two years so if you haven't had chance to see this cracking old rugby ground yet, get yourself down


Despite my dad coming from Cas and still having family there and my spending six years in the 90s following Huddersfield RLFC home and away I've never managed to make it to Wheldon Road and am unlikely to now which is a shame. The new stadium looks impressive but it's a pity Glasshoughton Welfare aren't invited to the party - I know their gates hardly warrant a 15,000 capacity home but a move to the new stadium could be the making of them as Leigh Genesis are hoping. Having said that, it's done nowt for St Helens Town...

Apologies for the thread drift but PonteCarlo...I don't wish to be nosey (although I'm going to be), I'm curious as to how someone living in Pontefract, and I understand involved with the Colls as an official, also supports Grimsby Town and holds a season-ticket for Halifax RLFC??? It's a pretty interesting combination!


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Jul 18, 2008, 9:29 AM

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With a trip to Sweden imminent, what prices are we to look forward to?



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I'm off to Pontefract races tonight! Apparently was a monsoon at this event last year and not looking a lot better today....



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