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Re: Your memories of the Memorial Ground
Posted by: Paulie
Date: 07/04/2008 08:26
Seeing David Campese being chased down and forced to knock on in the act of grounding the ball when Bris played New South Wales in a midweek friendly (I think it might have been Jason Keyter).

For all his faults when deciding to chuck it, the first game in NL1 when Malcolm Pearce let everyone into the ground for free and it was packed and beautiful sunny day (I hope it was free because I never paid).

Paul Hulls try against Orrell (don't remember the year), partly because it was the first league game I attended, partly because it was a great try.

The rumble of the ball on the Club House Terrace (can I stop calling the Bass Terrace now?) roof when penalties and conversions land on it.

Finally the comical puiblic safety announcments which always make me feel like I'm on a ferry for some reason.

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