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Re: Your memories of the Memorial Ground
Posted by: nickchard
Date: 05/04/2008 12:49
Some of my memorys,
Meeting Nas botha,at the same game as big dave 1992.

Passing the world cup ball around the pitch side,in 1991,and being on the pitch that day(not playing)and meeting the lord mayor,for the clifton ladies v chew valley(valley cats).

The nice stewards,who were all supporters,and knowing all the old bar staff by 1st name.

Making a lot of friends through rugby.

As it has been said,the old tin shed(where the cntenery is),the old concrete dugouts by the west stand,and the old railings,similer to what clifton has now,and beeing able to walk all around the pitchside if you wanted to.

The game v london scottish,when eves came on and turned it around for us.(and lewsey could not be bothered)

Luke nebaro,scoring 5 against blackheath, saul nelson running down the touch line,v exeter.

And most of all sharing some of these memories with my daughter and the missus,in a great family atmosphere,at a great ground,will be a sad day,on the 3rd of may.

p.s..........having my wedding night fuction in the clubhouse bar,now i am glad we picked that venue.

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