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    #16


    currently there is 2k full members and about 7k associates .. but I'm not sure if the 7k includes the junior members or not .. there was a about 500 of them I think, or else it was heading for that number.


    So come first of june I'd suspect there'll be space for about 500 further full members with HEC entitlement assuming all the current associates & juniors take the plunge to full membership.


    Then everyone else will be an associate. And with the new stadium I'd say the new associates will have a better chance of tickets than in the past.


    The reason not every current associate may take the upgrade is simply due to finances. it ain't cheap(but you do pay all your home ticketswell before season start)and I'm expecting the prices to increase further...





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      #17
      have a feeling the 2 free kids option may bite the dust next season aswell

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        #18


        Originally posted by RobbieG
        have a feeling the 2 free kids option may bite the dust next season aswell

        Think sotoo but they may allow them for the less high profile games

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          #19

          Originally posted by Aoifs
          I got a ten yr ticket for my 21st
          Worth every cent and dont mind the begrudgers here. Hope they build the new stand soon as my buckled knee was killing me last wednesday on the West terrace. BTW were you smiling on the wall at DOC on the tellie in Cardiff Arms Park whe he was down to his thong.

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            #20


            Originally posted by Aoifs
            I got a ten yr ticket for my 21st

            f**king hell!!!


            I forget how loaded people are on this forum.No Im not drinking beer from lidl because it tastes nice and Im not taking the c**ting bus because it helps save baby seals. Bah.

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              #21
              Originally posted by mullet is gone


              Originally posted by Aoifs
              I got a ten yr ticket for my 21st

              f**king hell!!!


              I forget how loaded people are on this forum.No Im not drinking beer from lidl because it tastes nice and Im not taking the c**ting bus because it helps save baby seals. Bah.


              I sympathise. I got a microwave for my 21st. I thought it was the best present ever. But of course, that was back in the 1990s when a microwave could, you know, take you into space and dematerialise solids, all that kind of thing. [img]smileys/lol.gif[/img]
              For you stole Trevelyan\'s watch, So the young might see....oh, never mind....

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                #22
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                Originally posted by Aoifs
                I got a ten yr ticket for my 21st
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                <DIV>as nice a present as that was I'm sure, that is a ridiculous present and far too much money to be spent on somebody's 21st. Not your fault of course, unless you asked for it.</DIV>
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                  #23
                  ruck i know stacks of people who got cars for their 21sts! I wasn't so lucky however!!
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                    #24


                    Jebus. I got a giftpack of Solpadeine and a few quid for hangover construction purposes.


                    We do indeed live in changed times.

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by Red October


                      Jebus. I got a giftpack of Solpadeine and a few quid for hangover construction purposes.


                      We do indeed live in changed times.


                      A fancy watch costing £70 - and a family dinner in Milltown Golf Club. [img]smileys/sad.gif[/img]


                      A few months later, the watch, while on my wrist, was smashed by a cricket ball and it never worked again. [img]smileys/c&#111;nfused.gif[/img]


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                        #26
                        Got sweet FA for my 21st. However, I do have two 10 year tickets. Probably an extravagance I suppose to have two. It's just in case I lose one..only kidding, one is for herself.She has become an avid rugby fan in the last few years. Coming from the heartland of GAA, it took her a while to get acquainted with the rules of rugby. Her first question whenI took her to a match was to ask where the goalie was.She alsohas great time for the full forwards.( front row I think).

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                          #27





                          Similarly, when herself attended a hurling match with me last year she asked why the linesman waves the flag in the direction the team are playing .......... One of the boys frowned: "Used to the oval ball, is she"?!

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by Old Dog
                            Originally posted by Red October


                            Jebus. I got a giftpack of Solpadeine and a few quid for hangover construction purposes.


                            We do indeed live in changed times.


                            A fancy watch costing £70 - and a family dinner in Milltown Golf Club. [img]smileys/sad.gif[/img]


                            A few months later, the watch, while on my wrist, was smashed by a cricket ball and it never worked again. [img]smileys/c&#111;nfused.gif[/img]








                            I got a cricket bat and ball for my 21st. broke some fellas wrist watch
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                              #29
                              Originally posted by stupidbaby
                              Originally posted by Old Dog
                              Originally posted by Red October


                              Jebus. I got a giftpack of Solpadeine and a few quid for hangover construction purposes.


                              We do indeed live in changed times.


                              A fancy watch costing £70 - and a family dinner in Milltown Golf Club. [img]smileys/sad.gif[/img]


                              A few months later, the watch, while on my wrist, was smashed by a cricket ball and it never worked again. [img]smileys/c&#111;nfused.gif[/img]








                              I got a cricket bat and ball for my 21st. broke some fellas wrist watch

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                                #30

                                Originally posted by Jerry's Army




                                Similarly, when herself attended a hurling match with me last year she asked why the linesman waves the flag in the direction the team are playing .......... One of the boys frowned: "Used to the oval ball, is she"?!
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