" As for Sandy Park, for a crowd of only around 9000, they make some noise. It was like a classic western ... "in'juns - 1000's of them ... cirle the wagons quick ... this ain't no pow-wow". They were both friendly and knowledgeable of their rugby, making the trip down to Exeter a happy memory for all the right reasons.
One thing that they've got absolutely right at Sandy Park is the hog roast and NB should take note. It was huge and had to be served in a tray ... if they'd added a bit of veg and gravy - you could call it a Sunday roast!! "
ziderman That was me ... we had a most enjoyable day - thank you.
I read the whole thread Ziderman and although you see it from a Barf point of view I thought your post was very fair. Glad you enjoyed your day and the Hog Roast. I argued with some Quins fans about this on my visit to the Stoop this season and said ours was much better
Thanks for the praise...beware though, we will beat you one day
To sit with Elders of the Gentle race, this world has seldom seen.......
I also came down to Sandy Park, on my own! But I still managed to have a really enjoyable day - even if Bath had lost, I would have still had a good day. The park and ride ran smoothly, the food was good, my only negative was that I had quite the most undrinkable Guinness.
I thought the Exeter crowd were absolutely brilliant and very welcoming, the stewards were friendly and helpful. 10/10.
Really hope you guys continue to do well, It would be great to see Exeter in the Heineken Cup!
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