Leicester Tigers - Saturday, 20/1 at 3.15pm

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Re: Leicester Tigers - Saturday, 20/1 at 3.15pm

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desperado wrote: January 16th, 2024, 2:00 pm Breedon terrace > anyone else?????

Out and back in one day. Ret with Ryanair 35 euro; train Birmingham to Leicester ret 21euro. It would be as expensive to travel to Cork.

btw; I registered on Tigers website prior to 2022 QF to get tickets. It costs nothing an you have your choice of tickets.
Anyone stuck or needing a lift, I'm arriving on aer lingus and driving to Leicester. Coming back on Ryanair Saturday evening.
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5starfan wrote: January 16th, 2024, 4:28 pm
Anyone stuck or needing a lift, I'm arriving on aer lingus and driving to Leicester. Coming back on Ryanair Saturday evening.
Anyone Driving from Dublin 4 or South Dublin along Strand Road to the Airport for about 06:15 on Saturday morning, or Driving back to D4 at about 23:45? I'll happily pay for port tunnels if I could get a lift to or from airport (I'm flying Luton Return)
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Re: Leicester Tigers - Saturday, 20/1 at 3.15pm

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mtleinster wrote: January 17th, 2024, 4:48 pm
5starfan wrote: January 16th, 2024, 4:28 pm
Anyone stuck or needing a lift, I'm arriving on aer lingus and driving to Leicester. Coming back on Ryanair Saturday evening.
Anyone Driving from Dublin 4 or South Dublin along Strand Road to the Airport for about 06:15 on Saturday morning, or Driving back to D4 at about 23:45? I'll happily pay for port tunnels if I could get a lift to or from airport (I'm flying Luton Return)
Will be passing Ballsbridge at 5- 5.10 am if that any good. Staying over
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Blue not red blood wrote: January 17th, 2024, 5:42 pm
mtleinster wrote: January 17th, 2024, 4:48 pm
5starfan wrote: January 16th, 2024, 4:28 pm
Anyone stuck or needing a lift, I'm arriving on aer lingus and driving to Leicester. Coming back on Ryanair Saturday evening.
Anyone Driving from Dublin 4 or South Dublin along Strand Road to the Airport for about 06:15 on Saturday morning, or Driving back to D4 at about 23:45? I'll happily pay for port tunnels if I could get a lift to or from airport (I'm flying Luton Return)
Will be passing Ballsbridge at 5- 5.10 am if that any good. Staying over
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So whats the roll call?
Seems to be a few going over.
I'm in and out same day.
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Re: Leicester Tigers - Saturday, 20/1 at 3.15pm

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Taking a road trip up from Northampton. My mum's first live rugby match that hasn't been one of my own, hopefully won't be put out by the cold.
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Me + 10.

Going over tomorrow for 2 nights.
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Me Breedon terrace !.
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Avenger wrote: January 18th, 2024, 10:40 am So whats the roll call?
Seems to be a few going over.
I'm in and out same day.
I'm also going over and back same day. Flying solo to Luton, meeting family for breakfast and driving up with them. Flying back same day

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Out Midday tomorrow. Back Sunday Evening. In the Tradeview Markets Stand.
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Out tomorrow evening back Sat evening after the match.
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Ray Donovan wrote: January 12th, 2024, 9:32 pm
The Doc wrote: January 11th, 2024, 11:17 am
Cheeses of Nazareth wrote:Where are people staying next weekened? Have the OLSC released their guide to Leicester yet?
Premier Inn beside the train station is where I've stayed in Leicester a few times. It's grand and handy enough

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Re: Leicester Tigers - Saturday, 20/1 at 3.15pm

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desperado wrote: January 16th, 2024, 2:00 pm Breedon terrace > anyone else?????

Out and back in one day. Ret with Ryanair 35 euro; train Birmingham to Leicester ret 21euro. It would be as expensive to travel to Cork.

btw; I registered on Tigers website prior to 2022 QF to get tickets. It costs nothing an you have your choice of tickets.

Breedon Terrace x2 here. Should be plenty of us there to make a racket!
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Great turnout this weekend. Those in the terrace we could hear you from the other side of the stadium. Excellent effort and I heard Ryan Baird after the final whistle mention about the great support to some friends on the side of the pitch.

Anyone been affected by the flight disruption due to Storm Isha?
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The crowd was fantastic, really came across on de telly.
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Did everyone make it back OK?
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nc6000 wrote: January 23rd, 2024, 8:39 pm Did everyone make it back OK?
Absolute nightmare.

Was on the Ryanair Birmingham-Dublin flight that returned to Birmingham. We got on the plane at 1pm and got off at 10.20pm. Some supporters slept in the airport.

I just took the hit and booked a hotel at 11pm.

Shambolic stuff from Ryanair.
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Re: Leicester Tigers - Saturday, 20/1 at 3.15pm

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Ray Donovan wrote: January 23rd, 2024, 9:37 pm
nc6000 wrote: January 23rd, 2024, 8:39 pm Did everyone make it back OK?
Absolute nightmare.

Was on the Ryanair Birmingham-Dublin flight that returned to Birmingham. We got on the plane at 1pm and got off at 10.20pm. Some supporters slept in the airport.

I just took the hit and booked a hotel at 11pm.

Shambolic stuff from Ryanair.
That should be refundable.
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nc6000 wrote: January 23rd, 2024, 8:39 pm Did everyone make it back OK?
Got in last night. Was due out on the Aer Lingus flight on from Birmingham on Sunday evening, which was cancelled. Mad queue at check in to sort things out. I bailed to my sister in Gloucester for a couple of nights, rebooked with Ryanair from Luton yesterday evening and got in after a very eventful Go Around at Dublin Airport. Hairy but fun. Pity those who didn't have the option of being able to make alternative plans on the hoof. Now for the fun of getting some recompense from Aer Lingus. It's not the first time in the last three months i've had a cancellation due to bad weather. BA let me down, but Ryanair got me home the same night. Fair dues to BA. They coughed up for the Ryanair flight, food and a taxi, and refunded my cancelled leg.
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Re: Leicester Tigers - Saturday, 20/1 at 3.15pm

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Hornet wrote: January 24th, 2024, 12:02 pm
nc6000 wrote: January 23rd, 2024, 8:39 pm Did everyone make it back OK?
Got in last night. Was due out on the Aer Lingus flight on from Birmingham on Sunday evening, which was cancelled. Mad queue at check in to sort things out. I bailed to my sister in Gloucester for a couple of nights, rebooked with Ryanair from Luton yesterday evening and got in after a very eventful Go Around at Dublin Airport. Hairy but fun. Pity those who didn't have the option of being able to make alternative plans on the hoof. Now for the fun of getting some recompense from Aer Lingus. It's not the first time in the last three months i've had a cancellation due to bad weather. BA let me down, but Ryanair got me home the same night. Fair dues to BA. They coughed up for the Ryanair flight, food and a taxi, and refunded my cancelled leg.
Good luck!
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