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Hey guys, What's parking like on Cricket days?

We're going to arrive early and watch the first half of the T20 before Rugby - We usually park around what you call the student areas and have no problems.

Great thread this, Thanks in advance.
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Re: A Visiting Supporters Guide to Headingley Tue Jun 28, 2011 10:47 am  

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Any recommendation for a pre ODI breakfast in Headingley on Friday?
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Re: A Visiting Supporters Guide to Headingley Fri Aug 19, 2011 10:36 pm  

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Re: A Visiting Supporters Guide to Headingley Thu Feb 02, 2012 10:16 pm  

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Re: A Visiting Supporters Guide to Headingley Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:38 pm  

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You should be fine Rover49!!
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this is a great source for visiting fans. one thing i wonder about though is when there is rugby league on that clashes with other sports (fat man rugby, etc) where are the pubs that will stick to rugby league? headingley being full of students willalways switch to the poop code when it suits. in town there is shooters which has several screens, but anywhere else? would like to watch salford vs castleford later (in the snow :mrgreen: )

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If yer in headingley mate go to the 3 horseshoes or Woodies mate they normally show the RL.
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Re: A Visiting Supporters Guide to Headingley Thu Apr 26, 2012 11:08 pm  

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where is the best area of the ground to watch the game
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Depends, everyone's personal view is different. I didn't mind (sneaking into) the paddock. But find myself in the southstand at most games.
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