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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: tests or one dayers
PostPosted: 14:56 on 21st Nov 2012

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
Posts: 2100
Location: Preston UK
thanks for that, take in a few quieter games before a few come over for the tests. also, as a first timer watching england overseas, whats the crack on a night time? i take it there will be some alcohol consumed between everyone?[/quote]

Only a little. ;)[/quote]

TBH Rob I could'nt beleieve he asked. :o





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Howards Way
Post subject: Re: tests or one dayers
PostPosted: 16:25 on 21st Nov 2012

Joined: 02:03 on 25th Sep 2012
Posts: 7
blueandy1mac Wrote:
thanks for that, take in a few quieter games before a few come over for the tests. also, as a first timer watching england overseas, whats the crack on a night time? i take it there will be some alcohol consumed between everyone?


Only a little. ;)[/quote]

TBH Rob I could'nt beleieve he asked. :o

sorry fellas, ill go hang my head in shame :roll:



:D[/quote]
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fernando
Post subject: Re: tests or one dayers
PostPosted: 14:57 on 22nd Nov 2012

Joined: 12:48 on 25th Apr 2008
Posts: 1864
Howards Way Wrote:
blueandy1mac Wrote:
thanks for that, take in a few quieter games before a few come over for the tests. also, as a first timer watching england overseas, whats the crack on a night time? i take it there will be some alcohol consumed between everyone?


Only a little. ;)


TBH Rob I could'nt beleieve he asked. :o

sorry fellas, ill go hang my head in shame :roll:



:D[/quote][/quote]
Get a few beers in first. :D :D
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: tests or one dayers
PostPosted: 17:46 on 22nd Nov 2012

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
Posts: 2100
Location: Preston UK
C U down the pub HW.
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Howards Way
Post subject: Re: tests or one dayers
PostPosted: 19:10 on 22nd Nov 2012

Joined: 02:03 on 25th Sep 2012
Posts: 7
i think we need to test the pubs in auckland, wellington and dunedin
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fernando
Post subject: Re: tests or one dayers
PostPosted: 19:38 on 22nd Nov 2012

Joined: 12:48 on 25th Apr 2008
Posts: 1864
Howards Way Wrote:
i think we need to test the pubs in auckland, wellington and dunedin


Thats the spirit. ;)
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peterw
Post subject: Re: tests or one dayers
PostPosted: 21:57 on 22nd Nov 2012

Joined: 23:05 on 21st Jan 2011
Posts: 99
On the subject of pubs, do the BA have preferred pubs/bars for the three tests ?

I would have thought Dunedin was up for grabs, given this is the first time a test v England has been played here since BA was formed ?

The handout with the Wisden Cricket magazine by the BA for next years Ashes tour was excellent, pity there is no equivalent for the upcoming NZ series :D
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lanesra
Post subject: Re: tests or one dayers
PostPosted: 02:53 on 23rd Nov 2012

Joined: 13:50 on 5th Jul 2012
Posts: 27
peterw Wrote:
On the subject of pubs, do the BA have preferred pubs/bars for the three tests ?

I would have thought Dunedin was up for grabs, given this is the first time a test v England has been played here since BA was formed ?

The handout with the Wisden Cricket magazine by the BA for next years Ashes tour was excellent, pity there is no equivalent for the upcoming NZ series :D




Bikini did some excelent work earlier this year when he visited the area. He outlined some pubs, and eating establishments....Buggered if I can find the thread now tho!!
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fernando
Post subject: Re: tests or one dayers
PostPosted: 16:47 on 23rd Nov 2012

Joined: 12:48 on 25th Apr 2008
Posts: 1864
lanesra Wrote:
peterw Wrote:
On the subject of pubs, do the BA have preferred pubs/bars for the three tests ?

I would have thought Dunedin was up for grabs, given this is the first time a test v England has been played here since BA was formed ?

The handout with the Wisden Cricket magazine by the BA for next years Ashes tour was excellent, pity there is no equivalent for the upcoming NZ series :D




Bikini did some excelent work earlier this year when he visited the area. He outlined some pubs, and eating establishments....Buggered if I can find the thread now tho!!


I've no doubt he'll be on the ball again.
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