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1 week 2 days ago #68556

Scottish Government have lifted a lot of the current restrictions so there’s no crowd limits for this game but you do have to show a vaccine cert or something similar (the EU one works fine)

This will be Connacht’s first run out on Edinburghs new ground. It’s built where the training pitches were beside Murrayfield but doesn’t have dressing rooms. It means players have to go to the ones in the main stadium which makes the Sportsground set up really snug. It also means the players have to go through the crowds trying to get pints and burgers

Edinburgh have been hitting decent form lately so could be a good game

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1 week 2 days ago #68557

Also, with the new stadium everyone uses mainly the same entrances, some small changes but well sign posted.

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1 week 2 days ago #68558

Cheers for the update @Rex

Might pop over for this one, but like Feb 2019, It'll be a 1 nighter if I do..

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1 week 2 days ago #68559

Heading to this one as well. Not sure 1 or 2 nights yet but am going eitherway

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1 week 2 days ago #68560

Tickets don’t appear to be on sale yet on the Edinburgh site, will give them a call tomorrow and see what’s the story

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1 week 2 days ago #68561

Can we still go for pints in the stadium bars after (obviously not now but under "normal" circumstances)?

It's on the maybe list for me depending on the prevailing conditions. It faces competition from Llanelli on Feb 19th and (barring some kind of miracle by Cardiff) a European knockout away trip in April.

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1 week 2 days ago #68562

Think so, most of the bars are outside in the ground anyway

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1 week 2 days ago #68563

pinky wrote: Can we still go for pints in the stadium bars after (obviously not now but under "normal" circumstances)?

It's on the maybe list for me depending on the prevailing conditions. It faces competition from Llanelli on Feb 19th and (barring some kind of miracle by Cardiff) a European knockout away trip in April.


Llanelli is on the cards here too...no point stopping travelling now

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1 week 2 days ago #68564

Sean74 wrote:

pinky wrote: Can we still go for pints in the stadium bars after (obviously not now but under "normal" circumstances)?

It's on the maybe list for me depending on the prevailing conditions. It faces competition from Llanelli on Feb 19th and (barring some kind of miracle by Cardiff) a European knockout away trip in April.


Llanelli is on the cards here too...no point stopping travelling now


#RubberArm :P :P :P

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