Leicester Tigers

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  1. curly

    curly Noble Member

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    Well today, high flying Exeter are visiting Welford Road, where it seems fairly certain they will dismantle an extremely fragile Tigers side.
    I am going to observe the game but only after sinking several pints of Everards ale, purely to soften the blow of the imminent thrashing.
    Train is the method of transport.
    I have pumped up the tyre on the wheel barrow which I will leave at Burton railway station in readyness for my collection and transport home tonight., again.
    Somebody has to tolerate these days out!

    Curly
     
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  2. Helmut Visor

    Helmut Visor Only dead fish go with the flow
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    It could be worse mate.....you could follow Yorkshire Carnegie :confused::confused:
     
  3. Notso

    Notso Senior Member

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    I'll be up the road cheering on my equally struggling team, hoping they can help you out a little bit.
     
  4. curly

    curly Noble Member

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    Fantastic day out!
    Tigers totally overwhelmed by a slick, confident Exeter side who were leagues above a trying hard but getting nowhere fast Leicester side, a pleasure to watch Exeter at work!
    Smashing liver and sausage dinner at The Old Horse with copious quantities of beer, what's not to like!
    Not a hint of a hang over today either, win, win!!
    Curly
     
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  5. Notso

    Notso Senior Member

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    Yep, no surprise for any team to get beaten by Exe. Seen a few clips and a few comments about how well George Ford played though.
     
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