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Offline DaveR

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Re: rugby league/union
« Reply #15 on: October 02, 2015, 08:29:16 am »
That ball 'embedded' in the wall looks great. Good match yesterday, too.  $good$

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« Reply #16 on: October 03, 2015, 11:57:39 pm »
England were garbage last night, and are rightly already out of the tournament.

The first ever host nation to be knocked out in the group stages.... it was embarrassing.  &shake&
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« Reply #17 on: October 13, 2015, 10:15:38 pm »
Just watched Wales beat Andorra 2-0 in the most one sided match i have ever seen Wales play, Can.t wait for France next year not felt this good since 1958. Allchurch and the Charles Brothers. I was only a sixteen year old then but the home internationals were something to look forward to,it.s a shame they are not back again now.  Well done Wales

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« Reply #19 on: July 19, 2016, 01:18:44 am »

I think this went under the radar here. Fine achievement  ZXZ

RGC pre-season games.... Dragons Are Coming

RGC will take on the Newport Gwent Dragons on Friday 5th August at Eiras. KO TBC

The game will give the RGC players a chance to test themsleves agaisnt top opposition as they prepare for Premiership Rugby.

Tickets will be available from Colwyn Bay Leisure Centre


Adult £8

Concessions £6

U16s Free

We also play Chester RFC (A) 19/8/16 and Worcester Warriors Development XV (A) 24/8/16.

The first league game is away at Bridgend on the 03/09/16

Click here for Link.....

As soon as the fixtures for Llandudno RFC are out, I'll let people know. $good$

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« Reply #20 on: March 25, 2017, 06:51:16 pm »
Well done to RGC upon beating Merthyr by scoring a winning try with only 4 seconds left on the clock.

RGC are now in the Final of the National Cup at the Millennium Stadium, I believe.

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Re: RUGBY ....CRUSADERS have relocated to Stadiwm ZipWorld
« Reply #21 on: April 29, 2021, 10:08:06 am »
NORTH WALES CRUSADERS have relocated for the 2021 campaign and will play their home fixtures at Stadiwm ZipWorld in Colwyn Bay, writes RYAN GOULD.

As Crusaders are unable to play at Queensway Stadium because of COVID-19 regulations, they have signed a deal with Conwy County Borough Council to call Stadiwm ZipWorld home in 2021.

Stadiwm ZipWorld is a 5,500-capacity venue with a range of first-class facilities available on site, including a state-of-the-art gym, corporate boxes and a hospitality area.

North Wales have been based at Queensway Stadium in Wrexham permanently since the 2017 campaign after leaving the Racecourse Stadium, but COVID-19 regulations mean they’ve had to look elsewhere and Stadiwm ZipWorld has proved to be the perfect venue.

Crusaders chief executive Andy Moulsdale said: “We’ve had to adapt on and off the field because of the pandemic, but this move to Stadiwm ZipWorld creates so many opportunities for the club.

“While we’ll be doing everything we can to look after our current fan base in Wrexham by working with them to arrange transport to matches once guidelines allow, this is a chance for us to gain more followers across the whole of the region.

“Stadiwm ZipWorld is a fantastic facility in a great location, with the beach only a couple of hundred metres away and Conwy Castle a couple of miles down the road.

“At Queensway, we’ve been limited to a couple of income streams because of the facilities on site, but our new home will allow us to welcome fans, sponsors and partners to matches in the hospitality area and improve the overall matchday experience we offer.

“We hope all our supports appreciate the decision we’ve had to make and get behind us every step of the way, as they always do, in 2021.

Conwy County Borough Council principal leisure manager Mally Tidswell added: “We’re delighted to welcome Crusaders here to Stadiwm ZipWorld.

“It’s been an extremely difficult year in sport and we’re pleased to have been able to step in and provide a facility for them to host their League 1 fixtures in 2021.        ref NWleader