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RGC - the adventure continues 
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jimcardiff wrote:
Philhen wrote:
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I was pitchside with my camera.

Did you speak to.a ponty supporter about going for goal or the corner


More than likely as I spoke with anybody who cared to listen :occasion5:

We have met then I was the one in the Ponty shirt , short fat bald and glasses , fine figure of a man.


There are so few of that description in South Wales too.. ;) :P

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Merthyr gave the Gogs a bit of a spanking in the semi.
Still a damned fine season though.
G'wan the Gogs.

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Well, Merthyr's ground is... interesting. The men's toilets are in the players' tunnel and you have to queue up with the team to go to the bogs. I think it's fully deserving of it's A License... and they ran out of beer :dontknow:


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Well, Merthyr's ground is... interesting. The men's toilets are in the players' tunnel and you have to queue up with the team to go to the bogs. I think it's fully deserving of it's A License... and they ran out of beer :dontknow:

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Well, Merthyr's ground is... interesting. The men's toilets are in the players' tunnel and you have to queue up with the team to go to the bogs. I think it's fully deserving of it's A License... and they ran out of beer :dontknow:

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I didn't mention the game at all, you dolt.


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Merthyr gave the Gogs a bit of a spanking in the semi.
Still a damned fine season though.
G'wan the Gogs.


Can we say that the team with Private funding beat the team with WRU funding? :P :twisted:

We'll see more of this next year with Newport..

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GarethW wrote:
Big And Dull wrote:
GarethW wrote:
Well, Merthyr's ground is... interesting. The men's toilets are in the players' tunnel and you have to queue up with the team to go to the bogs. I think it's fully deserving of it's A License... and they ran out of beer :dontknow:

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I didn't mention the game at all, you dolt.


The ground is under full development, 700 seat stand, restaurant, gym fascilities etc surely this is also good for this level of the game in Wales, oh hang about lets start the thomas, wru slamt ahain. Regardless that Merthyr council have put 500 hundred grand in and it will be oen to Merthyr general public on a daily basis.


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Just been eyeing up this Wales squad.
They were having a training session, before my RGC training this evening...I reckon we can take 'em.
A couple more opportunities to have a look at them over the next couple of days, should be fun.

That Cuthbert's a big boy! :shock:

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Just been eyeing up this Wales squad.
They were having a training session, before my RGC training this evening...I reckon we can take 'em.
A couple more opportunities to have a look at them over the next couple of days, should be fun.

That Cuthbert's a big boy! :shock:


YMLAEN RGC! No better way to promote your candidacy to succeed Gat's as Welsh Coach than a BIG RGC WIN MM! :D :twisted:


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RGC win, for me. 9-3.

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http://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/sport/ ... play_offs/

Apparently we don't do enough travelling so they're putting us with the West!!!


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GarethW wrote:
http://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/sport/rugby/latest/15304042.Principality_Premiership_set_for_east_and_west_conferences___and_NO_play_offs/

Apparently we don't do enough travelling so they're putting us with the West!!!

Where exactly should you play?

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Seems to me that RGC are slowly becoming a 5th region, well their supporters moan like the other 4 anyway

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