6 Nations Games Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th Feb

With no senior games on Saturday & no colts or womens games on Sunday you would think there’s very little going on at the club this week-end coming.

Well I’m not going to even start discussing what the “Ladies” have got install on Friday Night, so let’s talk about the Six Nations games instead.

Now I would normally have very little interest in what the celtic & gallic nations get up to in such circumstances, however, be it the introduction of the bonus points, or the fierce competition for Lion’s places, we seem to have a very competitive contest this year.

Saturday starts with Wales taking on Scotland at Murrayfield, KO 2:25pm. This game will be followed with France taking on Ireland at the Aviva, KO 4:50pm.

Both games will be shown live with the bar opening no later than 1:00pm (see below).

Caveat – if there is sufficient interest the England v Italy womens game will be shown live, KO 1:00pm. This will result in the viewing of the Scotland v Wales game being delayed by approximately 15 minutes, which will be made up at the half time stage of that game.

If, on Saturday, you find any ironwork, leatherwork or battery powered devices laying around in the club, please hand them over to Marie, she’ll know where they came from.

On Sunday we have Italy taking on England at Twickenham, KO 3:00pm. Followed by United v Southampton in the League Cup Final, KO 4:30pm. Again, it is expected that the viewing of the first half of the footy game may be delayed by approximately 10 minutes, being made up at half time.




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Before I started on my quest of world domination I was a part time dress maker, specialising in the larger woman. To succed in my aim of world domination my first plan is to cause social unrest and panic through subliminal messages in my match reports, so reader beware. During my long journey of life I have caused havoc in many lands, Geordie land, Cockney land and now Manc land. And this is without mentioning what I got up to in foreign rugby tours to USA, Canada, Holland, Hungary, Ireland & Wales.