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FlipFlop


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Hi Guys

Find myself in Richmond tonight. Trying to get tickets to the quins game (need 4)

Anyone have any advice? Cheers

FF
 

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Just a stab in the dark but find the ticket booth and have a fist full of cash??
 

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http://www.quins.co.uk/news/whats-happening-at-the-stoop-on-friday-night/

Use this link, they're available online or the ticket office number is on there

Or straight to Castres tickets
direct link

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020 8410 6000

If I was you, South stand about halfway up if available, out of that lot. And the Quins Head is that end so if you can navigate the queues you'll get a good beer. Although the better food is the North end!
 
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Thanks. Had been to the ticket site, and it said no tickets when I selected any stand any area. But I see if I select a stand - it gives me a choice!
 

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Thanks. Had been to the ticket site, and it said no tickets when I selected any stand any area. But I see if I select a stand - it gives me a choice!

What a crap ticket system :biggrin:

Come to Tigers v Ulster tomorrow night instead :wink:
 

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I will be there. In my own seat in the East Stand.
Offer of a beer still open if anyone wants to say hello.
 

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That's a shame. If I'd have thought about it I should have jumped on the train earlier this afternoon to make it down in time. As it stands I'm due to arrive at KX around 21:30.
 

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That's a shame. If I'd have thought about it I should have jumped on the train earlier this afternoon to make it down in time. As it stands I'm due to arrive at KX around 21:30.

Don't you be swapping my shirt with any wideboy Cockney geezer types!
 

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Thanks all.

Friends we are staying with managed to pick up some free tickets from a guy at work. So managed to get tickets!
 

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I just made it for kick off (useless SouthWest trains) and there were plenty of free seats - and yes it was a decent match.

Robshaw seems a bit quicker around the pitch this season and Care & Brown looked very sharp.

Nick Evans looks a bit jaded - is he carrying an injury ?
 

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St Nige made refereeing look easy.
It was an unusual start fully four minutes until the first stoppage.. Which was a lineout.

Simon I thought nick Evans was returning to form. ..
 

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St Nige made refereeing look easy.
It was an unusual start fully four minutes until the first stoppage.. Which was a lineout.

Simon I thought nick Evans was returning to form. ..

Unforced errors, some poor tactical kicks, and slow to get the ball out to the centres. Conor was unusually vocal an demonstrative - and obviously not happy with a number of Nick's tactical decisions.

The pack are beginning to fire now but collier is a PK liability. Wallace was outstanding, Robshaw good but Easter is showing his years. Apart from Brown I am not seeing any real excitement or confidence outside and concerning lack of penetration - compare to Bath's exciting backs.

As for the Care try Evans kicked away possession twice in the build up and possession was retained for Danny to score - but high risk rugby.
 

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hmm - perhaps I had my magenta-coloured specs on.

There was one incident that demonstrated a sceanario we have discussed here a few times, with some disagreement about whether its allowable...

Ball at the back of a ruck, on Quins side, NW signalled a PK advantage to Quins.
Danny Care delayed for a second or so, and then .... seemed to tell NW he wanted the PK
Peep.. and instant tap and go by Care.

A few here have been of the view that a SH shouldn't be able to take a quick tap if he declines an advantage, but NW was OK with this.
 

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hmm - perhaps I had my magenta-coloured specs on.

There was one incident that demonstrated a sceanario we have discussed here a few times, with some disagreement about whether its allowable...

Ball at the back of a ruck, on Quins side, NW signalled a PK advantage to Quins.
Danny Care delayed for a second or so, and then .... seemed to tell NW he wanted the PK
Peep.. and instant tap and go by Care.

A few here have been of the view that a SH shouldn't be able to take a quick tap if he declines an advantage, but NW was OK with this.

Showbiz professional rugby - all involved operate physically and mentally at much faster speeds than us mere morals.

Clever white South African number 8 knew what was happening, slowed care down, but not enough for a YC.
 
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