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http://www.ospreysrugby.com/News/Article/49672

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Mon Aug 14, 2017 7:39 am
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Nice weather...why is there a need to add loud music to rugby highlights?

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Nice weather...why is there a need to add loud music to rugby highlights?


It was bloody deafening in the stands. AND crap music

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Playing at Bridgend could be a permanent thing as the Swans look close to a deal to take over the Liberty with a 30 year lease..

Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-sout ... s-40837058

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Playing at Bridgend could be a permanent thing as the Swans look close to a deal to take over the Liberty with a 30 year lease..

Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-sout ... s-40837058


Odd timing as relegation might be on the cards. Maybe explains why there's been no money spent on players. ;)

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Post Re: Ospreys v Leicester
What's the Gnoll like? Never been there but it's nominal capacity is more than Brewery Field and it's more in the Ospreys' "heartland".


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What's the Gnoll like? Never been there but it's nominal capacity is more than Brewery Field and it's more in the Ospreys' "heartland".


Downmarket ! I watched the Osps Castres HC match and after match executive event etc ....

Also watched Osps Stade F unders same conditions at Liberty ...chalk and cheese!

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What lets Bridgend down is lack of parking, combined with bus services finishing before the game.
I assume they will have to do something about a car park or park and ride.

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St Helens would be my call.

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Llandarcy wasn't it

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What lets Bridgend down is lack of parking, combined with bus services finishing before the game.
I assume they will have to do something about a car park or park and ride.


There are car parks dotted around Bridgend.

One literally over the road, one just outside the Club door, a Pub carpark within 2 minutes walk, a small industrial estate 5 minutes walk.

A carpark some 5 minutes walk downriver and another 7 minutes down river, Hospital carparks 10 minutes walk away.

Biggish car parks on the Shopping Mall alongside the M4 - they're 15 minutes walk away ....

Not suitable if you're not a Bridgend lad, they're tough to find if you're looking for a big one, the one alongside the M4 in particular.

Just outside the town centre are a series of trading estates - about 4 or 5 miles of road parking out by Coychurch.

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/Hotels+in+the+bridgend+area/@51.5458732,-3.4898124,11z/data=!3m1!4b1


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Bouch wrote:
soap wrote:
What lets Bridgend down is lack of parking, combined with bus services finishing before the game.
I assume they will have to do something about a car park or park and ride.


There are car parks dotted around Bridgend.

One literally over the road, one just outside the Club door, a Pub carpark within 2 minutes walk, a small industrial estate 5 minutes walk.

A carpark some 5 minutes walk downriver and another 7 minutes down river, Hospital carparks 10 minutes walk away.

Biggish car parks on the Shopping Mall alongside the M4 - they're 15 minutes walk away ....

Not suitable if you're not a Bridgend lad, they're tough to find if you're looking for a big one, the one alongside the M4 in particular.

Just outside the town centre are a series of trading estates - about 4 or 5 miles of road parking out by Coychurch.

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/Hotels+in+the+bridgend+area/@51.5458732,-3.4898124,11z/data=!3m1!4b1


last weekend the one by bargain booze was full as was the one outside Arrow and the units close by. The multi story closes 6:30 and sod walking from the hospital or Pines. You could catch a bus from pines in, but not back after an evening game cos they stop around 8- 9

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Figaro wrote:
What's the Gnoll like? Never been there but it's nominal capacity is more than Brewery Field and it's more in the Ospreys' "heartland".

The Gnoll is ace. I wouldn't hear a word said against it.

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St Helens would be my call.


Gnoll capacity 7.5k?

St Helens is less?

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Post Re: Ospreys v Leicester
Bouch wrote:
soap wrote:
What lets Bridgend down is lack of parking, combined with bus services finishing before the game.
I assume they will have to do something about a car park or park and ride.


There are car parks dotted around Bridgend.

One literally over the road, one just outside the Club door, a Pub carpark within 2 minutes walk, a small industrial estate 5 minutes walk.

A carpark some 5 minutes walk downriver and another 7 minutes down river, Hospital carparks 10 minutes walk away.

Biggish car parks on the Shopping Mall alongside the M4 - they're 15 minutes walk away ....

Not suitable if you're not a Bridgend lad, they're tough to find if you're looking for a big one, the one alongside the M4 in particular.

Just outside the town centre are a series of trading estates - about 4 or 5 miles of road parking out by Coychurch.

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/Hotels+in+the+bridgend+area/@51.5458732,-3.4898124,11z/data=!3m1!4b1


I take your point but you want to just turn up and find somewhere to park. Or with Cardiff Blues, know you cab get a train. Having to make an effort to get there is part of the problem.


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