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Last result: Newcastle Falcons 52-24 Bordeaux-Begles


Sale game
falconsfan07 (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 11:54
For those of you who cannot travel to the game on Friday, the game will be on BT sport 2.

Who's going to the game?

 
Re: Sale game
Flumpty (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 12:15
For anyone making the trip for the "derby" game, here is the travel plan from the Sale website.

It looks taking flags etc into the ground is iffy
You are reminded that under the existing Ground Regulations the following items are not permitted to be brought into the stadium.......... "Flags, banners, poles and other related articles or containers, which might be used as a weapon or missile and/or compromise public safety."



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Re: Sale game
falconsfan07 (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 12:25
Quote:
Flumpty
For anyone making the trip for the "derby" game, here is the travel plan from the Sale website.
It looks taking flags etc into the ground is iffy
You are reminded that under the existing Ground Regulations the following items are not permitted to be brought into the stadium.......... "Flags, banners, poles and other related articles or containers, which might be used as a weapon or missile and/or compromise public safety."

I contacted Sale on this matter, their reply was
Hi Connor,
Thank You for your email regarding flags.
Since your last visit to the A.J. Bell Stadium along with Sale Sharks and myself we have reviewed our flag policy and as long as the poles are not over a metre in length and not dangerous ie: metal/telescopic then we are more than happy for your flags to be brought into the ground.
If there is a concern at the turnstiles by security please ask for cctv and I will review it there and then for you.
If I can be of any further assistance please donít hesitate to ask.

Kind Regards

Should be all good.

 
Re: Sale game
Flumpty (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 15:59
Quote:
falconsfan07
Quote:
Flumpty
For anyone making the trip for the "derby" game, here is the travel plan from the Sale website.
It looks taking flags etc into the ground is iffy
You are reminded that under the existing Ground Regulations the following items are not permitted to be brought into the stadium.......... "Flags, banners, poles and other related articles or containers, which might be used as a weapon or missile and/or compromise public safety."

I contacted Sale on this matter, their reply was
Hi Connor,
Thank You for your email regarding flags.
Since your last visit to the A.J. Bell Stadium along with Sale Sharks and myself we have reviewed our flag policy and as long as the poles are not over a metre in length and not dangerous ie: metal/telescopic then we are more than happy for your flags to be brought into the ground.
If there is a concern at the turnstiles by security please ask for cctv and I will review it there and then for you.
If I can be of any further assistance please donít hesitate to ask.

Kind Regards

Should be all good.

that sounds like a sensible approach.

Similar to "its against the law to drink in a public place if a rozzer asks you not to"

 
Re: Sale game
Davidten31 (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 16:55
Me and Sharon will be travelling again to Sale, had a great time last season.


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