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FEL1948
Post subject: Re: Napier and Auckland ODIs
PostPosted: 19:46 on 5th Feb 2013

Joined: 08:40 on 3rd Jan 2012
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DavidC Wrote:
Will be in Auckland on my own before I head down to Queenstown to meet up with everyone else. I've got a ticket for the North Stand but will have a wander round the ground to try and meet up with any other Englnd fans.

A post match beer in the Auckland HQ seems quiet tempting :D


David,
In the the North Stand for the ODI.
Also going to see if we can have a " wander".

Look out for The SWAN.............SWANN SWANN, will tear you apart again, as I'll be holding it up.

Cheers

Erik
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FEL1948
Post subject: Re: Napier and Auckland ODIs
PostPosted: 19:48 on 5th Feb 2013

Joined: 08:40 on 3rd Jan 2012
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pjones82 Wrote:
I am also travelling around New Zealand at the moment and looking to squeeze in a ODI. Looks like Auckland will be the one, does anyone have tickets already and for which stand? Would be great to meet up for beers before/after the game!

Paul


Paul,
Your welcome to join us.
Please see comments "above" and on page one.

Cheers

Erik
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MrMat
Post subject: Re: Napier and Auckland ODIs
PostPosted: 19:43 on 5th Feb 2013

Joined: 16:47 on 15th Jul 2008
Posts: 196
I arrive in Auckland on 22nd, on my jack jones. Will be at the ODI on 23rd so keen to have a few beers with some fellow Barmies. Im in block 322, southern end.

Leaving Monday 25th on The Northern Explorer train down to Wellington before flyng onto Queenstown.
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pjones82
Post subject: Re: Napier and Auckland ODIs
PostPosted: 23:28 on 5th Feb 2013

Joined: 12:34 on 13th Nov 2012
Posts: 4
Cheers Eric, will see you in the Fox :D
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pooch
Post subject: Re: Napier and Auckland ODIs
PostPosted: 05:50 on 14th Feb 2013

Joined: 13:48 on 25th Jan 2013
Posts: 10
So anyone know where they'll be setting up camp at McLean park, or any pubs been singled out? :)

Chris
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skibs222
Post subject: Re: Napier and Auckland ODIs
PostPosted: 20:20 on 15th Feb 2013

Joined: 20:41 on 31st Jan 2013
Posts: 18
Hey guys,

Cheers for the replies. I have got my tickets - Harris Stand in Napier and North Lower for Auckland.

Arrive in Napier on 19th, staying at the YHA hostel and arrive into Auckland on 22nd.
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skibs222
Post subject: Re: Napier and Auckland ODIs
PostPosted: 03:22 on 19th Feb 2013

Joined: 20:41 on 31st Jan 2013
Posts: 18
I am in Napier. Anyone heading out tonight?
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skibs222
Post subject: Re: Napier and Auckland ODIs
PostPosted: 03:23 on 19th Feb 2013

Joined: 20:41 on 31st Jan 2013
Posts: 18
I am in Napier. Anyone heading out tonight?
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WillNZ
Post subject: Re: Napier warmup
PostPosted: 09:04 on 19th Feb 2013

Joined: 20:55 on 19th Feb 2013
Posts: 1
Hi I read not to plug business in a big way and to say I am not associated with the Barmy Army other than many of my mates belong to it in the UK.

I just wanted to say for those in Napier, I am running a city tour on the Orient express road train (holds 56) around Napier tomorrow 20th Feb stopping at two places for a $10 lunch and $5 dollar beers before getting everyone to the ground about 1pm. See the train on our website www.hbexpress.co.nz and ring me if interested. We are a new business (12 weeks on the road) and I am a bit late promoting this service.

All the best for the day, game and tour. I always get amazed at no matter what the outcome the Barmy Army still have fun it just adds the icing if you win.
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realbeard
Post subject: Re: Napier and Auckland ODIs
PostPosted: 04:05 on 20th Feb 2013

Joined: 17:04 on 29th Jan 2013
Posts: 4
The Macs Brewbar up in Kingsland is a short walk from Eden Park. It's a good place for a beer beforehand but you could always meet in Fox's in the city and venture up there. It's generally pretty busy and at the T20, there were quite a decent membership of the Barmy Army in there! www.neighbourhood.co.nz/ I have no affliation with the place, but often go there whenever I go to Eden Park be it for cricket or that egg chasing game.

Would be good to meet up as I'll be heading down to Dunedin and Wellington - I live in Auckland so will definitely be going to the test up here too!
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