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2020-21 fixtures released
Discussion started by AlecW , 29 September, 2020 12:15
2020-21 fixtures released
AlecW 29 September, 2020 12:15

Re: 2020-21 fixtures released
RodB 29 September, 2020 12:52
Looking at the dates confirmed so far there's going to be a LOT of Sunday fixtures. Better than Friday nights i guess. Our call? We're not on tv enough for that to be a factor....

Re: 2020-21 fixtures released
franciscorrigan 29 September, 2020 15:58
Sunday fixtures work for me. Parking is so much easier, as fewer restrictions.(Sm63)

Re: 2020-21 fixtures released
franciscorrigan 29 September, 2020 16:01
I see Worcester and Tigers first two games. Need wins from both of those, or it will be a long hard season of relegation worries. I hope everyone is fit and ready(Sm63)

Re: 2020-21 fixtures released
RodB 29 September, 2020 16:04
Good point. Ive booked a space on lionel road, but hopefully traffic in general will be quieter too. Anybody's guess when we'll actually be let in though 😕

Re: 2020-21 fixtures released
SixNineOne 29 September, 2020 16:35
Iíd certainly be happy if Sunday matches at Brentford are the norm. Our away matches at Sale and Falcons will probably be on Friday evenings (and raining, no doubt) but hopefully all the others will be at sensible times.

Re: 2020-21 fixtures released
NickK 29 September, 2020 19:01
Apologies if this has been posed, on the basis of no supporters until at least end of March, are we looking at Quins as first attended home game?

Re: 2020-21 fixtures released
Foggy-Balla 30 September, 2020 11:53
Must admit I thought we might not be able to attend until the St Pat's Party, & that'll be held on the feast of St Cornelius of Armagh (Sm14)



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Re: 2020-21 fixtures released
SixNineOne 30 September, 2020 16:44
Which match will be the Paddyís day party? Weíre at home to Worcester on 13th/14th and at home to Bath on 27th/28th

Re: 2020-21 fixtures released
GHA 30 September, 2020 16:57
Seeing as St Patrick's Day is March 17th...


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