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Scoffer
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COLCHESTER ROMANS 34 BURY TITANS 44 - 6th June 2009

No admission charged and no programme. Very few people in attendance.

Thoroughly enjoyable match at Colchester Rugby Club. Romans were winning 18-16 at half time although Titans had scored four tries to Romans' three. Two tries early in the second half for the Romans stretched their lead to 12 points. Bury focussed and came back into the match. Romans had a man sinned binned and then lost composure to have two players sent off and finish with 11 men.

I managed to get video clips of all the tries and have downloaded them onto Youtube (account name Scoffer89a, and they are listed under the heading at the top of this post).

Colchester Rugby Club have a very large facility. At least three rugby pitches, 2 cricket pitches and an archery range included. The clubhouse and bar appeared to be closed when I got there. Took me about 40 minutes to walk from Colchester Station but I didn't take the shortest route. Quite a bit of it was uphill as well. There are buses that pass the gound, I took a number 65 back to the station.


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Scoffer
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HAINAULT BULLDOGS 28 BEDFORD TIGERS 36 - 7th June 2009

Rugby League Conference Southern Premier.
No admission charged and no programme issued.
Attendance about 30


Hainault threw this away near the end after coming back from being ten points down to being level at 28-28 in the final few minutes. A misplaced pass when attempting to score set up a Bedford breakaway which resulted in a converted Bedford try. A penalty after that completed the scoring.

Dagenham Rugby Club is now the home of Hainault Bulldogs. The ground is in Central Park, Dagenham. They have three unenclosed pitches, one of which has floodlights. A small bar was open where you could also get a decent cuppa for 50p.


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Jersey Div 1 Cricket

Sunday 7th June (reduced to 36 overs after rain delayed start)

Old Victorians 2nd's 140-9 (36)

Farmers 2nd's 141-6 (34)

Cool/cold & windy, closely fought match played in right spirit


Rob North
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Jun 8, 2009, 8:40 AM

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Thursday 4th June

Horse Racing

HAMILTON PARK

A run-of-the-mill racecard, but it was our works day out at the races. We put money over a few months to hire a box in the main stand and with food and drink all paid for in advance it's always a good day.

A very ordinary card with precious few pointers for the future, though I did take a bit of time to explain some of the finer points of flat racing to the throng! Not that I could back more than one 7/4 winner all afternoon mind. As I said to them, I'm much happier if there are jumps in the way of the runners. I'll take' em to Perth for a National Hunt card one of these days.


rambler77
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Jun 12, 2009, 4:13 PM

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Got back from holiday in Kent a few hours ago...

Managed to get to Sittingbourne Greyhound Stadium last Saturday (6th June) - £6.50 admission with race card / programme. Very impressed with stadium though not many in attendance. Stayed for first ten races and had no winners. Frown

Another venue to be added to my list of "Sporting Venues visited"



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therebelhopper
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Jun 12, 2009, 4:54 PM

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Saturday 13th June 2009:

Premier League Speedway:

Stoke Potters V Scunthorpe Scorpions


acmold
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Northampton v Colchester in Rugby League East Division has been called off according to Northampton's website.

http://www.northamptonrl.co.uk/news.php


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Bramley Buffaloes 94 Carlisle Centurians 0 - Rugby League Conference - Admission not sure (see below), Programme (52pp full colour) £1.50. Beer not much, I think £2.10 a pint by my calculations and vague look at the till when the big chested barmaid rang it in. Att - 350 est

Made the annual trip to see my old sport at one of my old haunts, to see one of the great old teams I used to have a lot of time for. To say this was a bit one sided goes without saying, Carlisle came second, Bramley next to last. Bramley are 104 years old, their record score is 104-2, and I was hoping that this would be somewhere near. The thing is I had no idea where Carlisle was in the table - they are next to bottom - if I'd known that I'd have probaby suggested a trip to Wilderspool as I get no real fun out of seeing lots of points being scored in this fashion Unsure

Bramley play at Stanningley SARLFC, which is a railed off floodlit pitch, but on a summer's day like today is one of the most pleasant settings - sitting on the grassy banks (Aussie style) with a cold pint of lager - although I'd hate to think what it would be like on a rainy day in October. I'm not sure how much it was in, we (myself BobLHatt and the kids) got there VERY early to start with the refreshments and to go through our Stanley's Awards, and marched straight out to the beer tables outside. After about three ins and outs the locals were getting quite used to us, so there were never any challenges to pay any entrance fee, except when I went for the last round of drinks before the game when I barged past a melée at the bar door. As I walked in the girl on the door simply said "in for more beer luv?" I said yes, got the drinks and went back out with the girl saying "let this fella through". I think she was charging admission, although I felt a bit daft going to ask if she wanted any money off me.



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Graeme
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Jun 13, 2009, 8:06 PM

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Leicester Phoenix "A" 30 v Leamington Royals 42
Leicester Phoenix 34 v Coventry Bears 30

Watched two games this afternoon at Aylestonians ground opposite Friar Lane and Epworth FC.
Starting at noon, the first game for Phoenix "A" team, with Leamington Royals only really pulling away in the last 15 minutes as Phoenix made sure all their players had a game.
The main match began at 2.30pm with Coventry Bears providing the opposition. Another close game with the lead see-sawing between the teams. Phoenix led at half time and increased their lead, only for the Bears to hit back late on, seemingly to win the match. Phoenix secured the win with a very late try to move to the top of the Midland division. No programme but there was a barbeque and the bar was open throughout. If visiting this ground, try to park outside in the lay bys as the car park is very small.



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rambler77
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Jun 13, 2009, 9:28 PM

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Leicester Phoenix "A" 30 v Leamington Royals 42
Leicester Phoenix 34 v Coventry Bears 30

Watched two games this afternoon at Aylestonians ground opposite Friar Lane and Epworth FC.
Starting at noon, the first game for Phoenix "A" team, with Leamington Royals only really pulling away in the last 15 minutes as Phoenix made sure all their players had a game.
The main match began at 2.30pm with Coventry Bears providing the opposition. Another close game with the lead see-sawing between the teams. Phoenix led at half time and increased their lead, only for the Bears to hit back late on, seemingly to win the match. Phoenix secured the win with a very late try to move to the top of the Midland division. No programme but there was a barbeque and the bar was open throughout. If visiting this ground, try to park outside in the lay bys as the car park is very small.

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Just watched the main match - though was told Leicester won by two points at the end of the match as I had lost track of the score in my head.



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portway pete
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Jun 13, 2009, 9:49 PM

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I did think about visiting Wembley for the schools match but changed my mind and headed of to Castle Coombe racetrack near Chippenham to see a day of classic touring car and saloon car racing.Excellent value for money at £8 for 8 hours live sport.



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Fatboyfat
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Rugby League Conference - North West Premier

Rhyl Coasters 20 New Broughton 16. No admission/proggie/refreshments. Attendance 50.

After a great deal of trouble I finally found that Rhyl play at Rhyl High School, which turned out to be opposite Rhyl football club on Grange Road. Today's visitors were top of the table New Broughton who brought a good few fans with them which is good to see for this level of rugby.

The match itself was excellent with Rhyl taking a 14-4 lead at one stage before Broughton fought back to lead 16-14 going in to the last five minutes. It looked as though they might hang on but Rhyl never gave up a scored a converted try in injury time to sneak it 20-16.

Yet another really good afternoon's entertainment.


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Doves at Delamere Forest. Adm £27.50. Att 5,000.

Pounding...........................................


splodge
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Jun 14, 2009, 7:42 AM

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Southern Electric Premier League Division 3

Portsmouth 161-9 50overs lost to
Trojans 173 all out 48.4 overs.

A surreal experience watching cricket whilst listening to the sea coming in against the sea wall yards away and a Red Arrow's display in the distance (IOW festival? it was over the Gosport/Western IOW direction.)

Bowlers of both sides were on top throughout and a last wicket stand of 35 for Trojans gave them the win.



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jrev61
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Jun 14, 2009, 11:37 AM

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Arundel castle. Admission £14 Guidebook £3.75. Attendance. Bit difficult to count.

I decided to do a bit of castle hopping as I had seen Arundel castle from the train when I went to Clymping a few weeks back and thought 'I must go there soon'.
Although the admission price was a bit steep there was a lot to see, although most of the castle was rebuilt in the 19th Century, the keep was Medieval with lots of dodgy spiral staircases to negotiate.How did elderly people with mobility problems get around in the Middle Ages? Falling down stairs must have been a major killer in those days!
Incidentally the castle has been owned by the Howard family for many years. Katherine Howard Henry VIII's fifth wife was a poor relation of theirs and all cricket fans will have heard of Lavinia Duchess of Norfolk.
Talking of cricket I could see the cricket ground from the top of the keep and I had a brief look at Arundel FC's ground. It hadn't changed from my visit except the the stand roof is now inscribed Arundel Football Club instead of Arundel Town FC
I also did Arundel cathedral which is opposite the castle. Impressive from the outside but a bit disappointing inside, I expected more from a Catholic cathedral. The guidebooks were sold out too.Frown



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villahopper
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Jun 14, 2009, 4:59 PM

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10 day holiday in Toronto and New York so a good chance for 3 new grounds
Tuesday 2 June Toronto BlueJays 6-4 Los Angeles Angels
Rogers Centre (formally Sky Dome)
Seat behind home plate $55 Programme $5
Att 26809
Not the best place to watch baseball but a decent game with a fantastic pitching performance from Roy Halliday.
Ground only half full so not much atmosphere
Monday 8 June New York Yankees 5-3 Tampa Bay Rays
New Yankee Stadium
Seat in right field $72 Programme $10
First season in the new ground for the skanks replacing one of the true iconic stadiums in world sport.
And I was underwhelmed. A souless place inhabited by glory hunters/tourists/Obnoxious people
Game was so so and the programme was double the usual price
Tuesday 9 June New York Mets 6-5 Phillidelphia Phillies
Citifield
Seat in left field $78 Programme $5
Oh boy did I save the best till last. Like the other New York team the Mets are in a new ground this year and its a big improvement on the old one.
A cracking atmosphere a cracking game and the biggest and most diverse selection of food I have ever seen at a sporting event.


paignton-nick
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Jun 14, 2009, 5:07 PM

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A cracking atmosphere a cracking game and the biggest and most diverse selection of food I have ever seen at a sporting event.


Do tell....Cool



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Sunday June 14th : Aegon Classic Final @ Edgbaston Priory. Magdalena Rybarikova bt Na Li 6-0 7-6. Att 2,000. Adm £20. Prog £5

Rumour had it that this was to be the last pre-Wimbledon tournament in Birmingham so I thought I'd better pay a first visit to a venue only 3 miles away.
Luxuriant surrounds in leafy Edgbaston where Birmingham's moneyed-crew jostled for posing opportunities on a sweltering day. Mr Merryweather would have been in his element with so many fine fillies of obvious thoroughbreeding on display. No cameltoes or pushchairs here amongst the Pimms set.

Nor many household names in the draw with the No 1 seed being Sheng Ji, though disappointingly the comeback kid Maria Sharapova was eliminated in yesterday's semis. Pleasant if soporific day sat in the second row almost within touching distance of the players as some Slovakian I'd never heard of won in a canter. Oh, and the tournament has been rescued for next year............................


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Fri Jul 31st at 18.30
Sun Aug 2nd at 11.00

Admission - standing £10; seating £12.


villahopper
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A cracking atmosphere a cracking game and the biggest and most diverse selection of food I have ever seen at a sporting event.


Do tell....Cool


Well they have a large area around the ground that is basically a food court. Over a dozen different stalls selling anything and everything from Mexican to hot dogs to chinese and even a seafood bar.
Just a bit different to a grotty burger van and a few pies
Oh and you have a view of the game from the area too so you can watch the game while stocking up on calories Laugh


paignton-nick
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Jun 14, 2009, 6:12 PM

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A cracking atmosphere a cracking game and the biggest and most diverse selection of food I have ever seen at a sporting event.


Do tell....Cool


Well they have a large area around the ground that is basically a food court. Over a dozen different stalls selling anything and everything from Mexican to hot dogs to chinese and even a seafood bar.
Just a bit different to a grotty burger van and a few pies
Oh and you have a view of the game from the area too so you can watch the game while stocking up on calories Laugh


Sounds like my kind of placeCool especially like the sound of the seafood bar.



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villahopper
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A cracking atmosphere a cracking game and the biggest and most diverse selection of food I have ever seen at a sporting event.


Do tell....Cool


Well they have a large area around the ground that is basically a food court. Over a dozen different stalls selling anything and everything from Mexican to hot dogs to chinese and even a seafood bar.
Just a bit different to a grotty burger van and a few pies
Oh and you have a view of the game from the area too so you can watch the game while stocking up on calories Laugh


Sounds like my kind of placeCool especially like the sound of the seafood bar.


Yep. Cant be many sports grounds where you can get lobster


buncranaboy
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Can't you get lobster at Villa Park ? Or am I thinking of crabs..............................................


paignton-nick
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Jun 14, 2009, 7:01 PM

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Yep. Cant be many sports grounds where you can get lobster


exactly, though looking at some food prices at grounds, you'd think there were serving caviar.....Tongue



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oftenscore6
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Jun 14, 2009, 9:00 PM

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10 day holiday in Toronto and New York so a good chance for 3 new grounds
Tuesday 2 June Toronto BlueJays 6-4 Los Angeles Angels
Rogers Centre (formally Sky Dome)
Seat behind home plate $55 Programme $5
Att 26809
Not the best place to watch baseball but a decent game with a fantastic pitching performance from Roy Halliday.
Ground only half full so not much atmosphere
Monday 8 June New York Yankees 5-3 Tampa Bay Rays
New Yankee Stadium
Seat in right field $72 Programme $10
First season in the new ground for the skanks replacing one of the true iconic stadiums in world sport.
And I was underwhelmed. A souless place inhabited by glory hunters/tourists/Obnoxious people
Game was so so and the programme was double the usual price
Tuesday 9 June New York Mets 6-5 Phillidelphia Phillies
Citifield
Seat in left field $78 Programme $5
Oh boy did I save the best till last. Like the other New York team the Mets are in a new ground this year and its a big improvement on the old one.
A cracking atmosphere a cracking game and the biggest and most diverse selection of food I have ever seen at a sporting event.


I take it you had some prime seats at those prices. I paid $5 each for some (high-up of course) seats at Shea in 2007......a beer was more than the entry feeShocked



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villahopper
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10 day holiday in Toronto and New York so a good chance for 3 new grounds
Tuesday 2 June Toronto BlueJays 6-4 Los Angeles Angels
Rogers Centre (formally Sky Dome)
Seat behind home plate $55 Programme $5
Att 26809
Not the best place to watch baseball but a decent game with a fantastic pitching performance from Roy Halliday.
Ground only half full so not much atmosphere
Monday 8 June New York Yankees 5-3 Tampa Bay Rays
New Yankee Stadium
Seat in right field $72 Programme $10
First season in the new ground for the skanks replacing one of the true iconic stadiums in world sport.
And I was underwhelmed. A souless place inhabited by glory hunters/tourists/Obnoxious people
Game was so so and the programme was double the usual price
Tuesday 9 June New York Mets 6-5 Phillidelphia Phillies
Citifield
Seat in left field $78 Programme $5
Oh boy did I save the best till last. Like the other New York team the Mets are in a new ground this year and its a big improvement on the old one.
A cracking atmosphere a cracking game and the biggest and most diverse selection of food I have ever seen at a sporting event.


I take it you had some prime seats at those prices. I paid $5 each for some (high-up of course) seats at Shea in 2007......a beer was more than the entry feeShocked


Was on the second level but front row about 10 yard infield of the foul line in left.
One of the gripes by Mets fans of the new park is the pricing. The cheapest ticket for the game I was at was $15 although you can get cheaper for lesser games.
Shea held 56000 and last season the average gate was a touch over 50000. Citifield holds 42000 so I think it was inevitable the prices would rise to cover the loss of capacity. But that does sound a bit dumb really building a new ground smaller than your average crowd. It is a lovely park though to be honest. The entrance hall is dedicated to Jackie Robinson and is truly spectacular. Oh and the beers are still expensive. 6.50 each

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