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RGC - the adventure continues 
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Fixture lists out yesterday: the Gogs have only gone and drawn Ebbw Vale at Eirias in their first game.
Ebbw are the stand out team in the Championship and should be in the Prem if all things were equal.
Should get a good idea of how far along our boys really are from this game. Can't fricken wait.

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good luck, ebbw have remarkably held on to many of their 1st team for the coming season, although I'm expecting the steelmen to throw this season as winning the league isn't everything....unless theres promotion (I think thats what its called). look forward to seeing the gogs play midwales powerbase


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I shall have to come up to Gogland for a match one day, and maybe a beer or two afterwards :D

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I shall have to come up to Gogland for a match one day, and maybe a beer or two afterwards :D


Me too. I might come up for the Bargoed game.

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Is the Old Hall in Llandudno still open ?

Spend a week there one night :twisted: :D :twisted:

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Maybe a couple of us can go up and get shitfaced. Oh sorry I mean, and take in the joys of Rugby in the breathtaking surroundings of North Wales :D

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Maybe a couple of us can go up and get shitfaced. Oh sorry I mean, and take in the joys of Rugby in the breathtaking surroundings of North Wales :D


I'm up for that (well, the former suggestion anyway :D )

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Maybe a couple of us can go up and get shitfaced. Oh sorry I mean, and take in the joys of Rugby in the breathtaking surroundings of North Wales :D


Co-incide it with Festival Number 6 in Portmeirion in September and your onto a WINNER! :D

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Aww, Portmeirion. :love4:
Anybody who hasn't been, really needs to go.
Only go on a nice day though, or else the illusion shatters.

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Aww, Portmeirion. :love4:
Anybody who hasn't been, really needs to go.
Only go on a nice day though, or else the illusion shatters.


The Festival was fantastic last year made all the more awesome by the surroundings, what a venue for a cultural & music fest! :D A ScumV trip is in order! To appreciate the architecture obviously! ;)

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So where is north Wales?

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So where is north Wales?

anywhere not south of the M4

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So where is north Wales?

It's everywhere, all around you.
You just have to believe in it.

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Saw that fixture list. The previous league winners drawn away to the WRUs *Bar steward* love child side. Hardly a surprise there.
The team shouldn't be anywhere near that league. Ridiculous amounts of funding and help completely unavailable to any other welsh club side.

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The team shouldn't be anywhere near that league. Ridiculous amounts of funding and help completely unavailable to any other welsh club side.


Huh? They're effectively the biggest geographical region, and I bet they get less cash from the WRU than the other regions.

They're not a traditional club side.... the name is Rygbi Gogledd Cymru 1404 afterall. NORTH WALES not Colwyn Bay....


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