Parramatta Stadium Rebuild and other stuff

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  1. chiefy1

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    She's a hottie imo.
     
  2. Gazzamatta

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    Row 9 upstairs right on the try line, club side. Sun finally under cover at half time. If the roof extension was solid and not translucent we would have avoided the sun all day. No complaints though. Loved it.
     
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    i was in the corner (section 121) and we got no sun at all
     
  4. hindy111

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    If I had to travel to Belmore to watch Parra play it would not have the same feel as going to Parra. Same as if I was going to Penrith or Leichhardt . And for that reason clubs will want to try and play some games in their own territory or risk losing fans or gaining new ones atleast imo. It is a long way from Cambeltown to Parra.
    Bars and restruants where doing well before and after games and they are huge winners here.
     
  5. hindy111

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    Mick = west tiger
     
  6. hindy111

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    I am glad I bought general admission. No worry about sun. I made the comment how I saved $200 and avoided the sun plus get a better view.
     
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    You can see all the gaps and a great veiwing angle
     
  9. Noise

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    Yep almost where I was sitting. Great view. Watching footy from the ends allows the best view in terms of where the gaps are opening up. We always do it.
     
  10. Rocket man

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    Row 22. Just on halftime the sun was shaded
     
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    Row 22. Sun was shaded just on halftime
     
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    Roww 22 shade just on halftime
     
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    I am in Row 18, I don't know who I pissed off to get that far up, but I am on the 50 metre line.

    The Sun hit us at 3:15pm (yes we were tracking it). The Sun hit the opposite roof at half time in the game and the gaps under that were not a problem as the clouds had rolled in on the horizon.

    My mum who is now getting on in years started to feel sick and ended up with sun stroke. She did christen the new medical facilities outside of Bay 118 so there is always an up side.
     
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    Are you sure???
     
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    We are row 10 on the 40 metre line. The sun hit us during the second half of the Wenty game and i think about 25 mins into first grade went away.

    Apart from it being generally hot the actual sun didn’t bother me from a visual point of view as i had a hat on and had no reason to look up in to the sun.
     
  16. Last Week

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    That's good to know. Thanks mate.

    Sorry about your mum.
     
  17. Suitman

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    Yes MITS, hopefully you're mum is feeling better.
     
  18. MarkInTheStands

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    Thanks fellas yeah she got out of there just before half time. Walked back to my place after the game and was feeling a little better, Dad tells me she is in much brighter spirits today.
     
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    *Dami I am
     
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    Yeah, hope it’s overcast for the saints game. That sun was a killer won’t be going up to the seats in the Cronin stand till just before kick off
     

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