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  • fitzy73
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    Originally posted by rathbaner View Post
    Where's the London meeting place these days -- for watching the Racing 92 game??.
    Go to the Sheephaven in Mornington Cresent (Camden). Although not an "official" bar it'll have a good few Munster fans in there. The beer is good, as is the food.

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  • Mr Snrub
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    Originally posted by Lazarus View Post

    Faltering Fullback in Finsbury Park and in south London – Skehan’s Freehouse in SE14. MRSCLondon emailed those details.
    I will be in Limerick for the match but the Faltering Fullback is my local and a wonderful place to watch a match. Any local Arsenal fans will have hopefully cleared off by kick off.

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  • Lazarus
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    Originally posted by rathbaner View Post
    Where's the London meeting place these days -- for watching the Racing 92 game??.
    Faltering Fullback in Finsbury Park and in south London – Skehan’s Freehouse in SE14. MRSCLondon emailed those details.

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  • rathbaner
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    Where's the London meeting place these days -- for watching the Racing 92 game??.

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  • psplay
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    Originally posted by aedanknight View Post
    Things don't seem very positive from the email received from the branch yesterday.


    They are doing a sterling job putting on busses from London to Coventry, exactly the sort of stuff you’d want from a supporters club.

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  • aedanknight
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    Things don't seem very positive from the email received from the branch yesterday.

    Dear All,

    As most will be aware at this stage, an MRSC London Branch EGM was held in London January 15th last. We have been in discussions with Munster Rugby as mandated by members on the night and a follow-up open London meeting will be held in the Marylebone Sports Bar And Grill on Tuesday next, March 19th, at 7pm (downstairs section of the venue where we have been for most games this season).

    An email received late on February 8th from MRSC management and the Irish MRSC Committee in effect collapsed the MRSC London Branch operating structure and all public activity has been suspended since that time. Former Chair Jay Briganti, so as to not inconvenience London members, personally guaranteed to run and underwrite the travel and ticket costs associated with our already planned Wales trip for the Six Nations (this Saturday) and the England vs Ireland game in August in London. So both will go ahead as private (not MRSC London) events as planned. For now, we have reverted to using this (our original) email address from 2010 and no longer have access to the @Munsterrugby.ie one, so please make sure you send any correspondence to this address.

    We would again like to thank all those who supported us since 2009 and call on all Munster Supporters in the London area who would like to see official representation moving forward to attend next Tuesday if possible.

    Finally, due to a late drop-out, we can offer some last minutes places on the bus (and match tickets if needed) to Cardiff this Saturday. No match tickets are available without travel. Respond ASAP if interested, first come first served. Bus Departs Hammersmith Apollo 9.15 AM and returns from Cardiff 8pm.

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  • aedanknight
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    Is the London Branch still going? I've noticed I've not received the usually weekly email for the past 2/3 weeks and the facebook page hasn't been updated since the England six nations game. Hopefully all will be resolved as they have always been great with tickets and the meet ups for the games was great.

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  • LonerganOnline
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    Originally posted by untilyouhearthatbell View Post
    Hi all, just wondering is there a pub where MRSC London watch the Munster games? Going to be in London for a few in a couple of weeks time.
    they were gathering at the Marylebone Sports Bar & Grill for the european games but there was no mention of the kings game this week in the news letter.

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  • untilyouhearthatbell
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    Hi all, just wondering is there a pub where MRSC London watch the Munster games? Going to be in London for a few in a couple of weeks time.

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  • jagawayagain
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    Originally posted by Late try View Post
    No idea jag beyond what I read in your post (above) pre-Christmas with the newsletter reference to 'irreconcilable differences'.

    I just hope they can reconcile and restore good working relations between MRSC HQ and (what I found to be) an active and very helpful MRSC branch thall i Sasana.
    I emailed them when the announcement came out about the EGM, because it’s good to know there’s a uk branch presence, even if going to a pub in London to watch a game is a bit unlikely for me. If it’s a support issue, or volunteers needed, or the like I’m sure that could be sorted- I’d certainly help in any way I can. Irrconcilable differences seems an oddly unimformative phrase.

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  • Late try
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    No idea jag beyond what I read in your post (above) pre-Christmas with the newsletter reference to 'irreconcilable differences'.

    I just hope they can reconcile and restore good working relations between MRSC HQ and (what I found to be) an active and very helpful MRSC branch thall i Sasana.

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  • jagawayagain
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    Originally posted by Late try View Post
    I am very sorry to be coming across this news. Jay sourced a late ticket for the Exeter game in Sandy Park for me at a time when he was also tending to his partner and their first-born. He went above and beyond.

    Hoping somehow this is sorted.
    What is the issue?

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  • Late try
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    I am very sorry to be coming across this news. Jay sourced a late ticket for the Exeter game in Sandy Park for me at a time when he was also tending to his partner and their first-born. He went above and beyond.

    Hoping somehow this is sorted.

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  • Doylema
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    I wasn’t at the EGM on the 15th Jan - has anyone got an update on what was discussed and what changes are to be implemented? Thanks

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  • Miguel Sanchez
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    It's a pity but mistakes happen.

    Sent from my CLT-L09 using Tapatalk

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