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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2012 5:21 pm 
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Which is the best/closest boozer to Headingley with Sky sports? so I can keep an eye on our future opponents into play offs once we've dispatched you lot!! :wink:






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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2012 5:03 pm 
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The Headingley Taps on north lane, bout 100 yards from the away end tops

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kinleycat wrote:Which is the best/closest boozer to Headingley with Sky sports? so I can keep an eye on our future opponents into play offs once we've dispatched you lot!! :wink:

You didn't really think that you was gonna........Oh you did didn't you?
I hope that you found a boozer closer to home to see what you could have won :lol:






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Tyke's/Rhinos No. 1 Fan wrote:The Headingley Taps on north lane, bout 100 yards from the away end tops



It's more than 100 yards from the north lane turnstiles.

Less than 10 minute walk would be more like it






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Sonny Bill Williams has been named to play at Headingley.

He should post ' how big are your in goals ? '






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Mt Smart wrote:Sonny Bill Williams has been named to play at Headingley.

He should post ' how big are your in goals ? '

Caught his nightmare live at wire in the way home from Cardiff. Nevertheless both had great atmospheres and really looking forward to tomorrows match. Any idea of the best RL pub pre match? Getting there earlier than usual to avoid M62 hassles and will have a rare opportunity to drink outside the ground which I have not been able to do for years.






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I have just moved to the harrogate area, I would like to come to watch the rhinos but don't fancy nearly an hour wait for a train after the match, is it easy to get a cab from near the ground after the match? Or do the buses run past headingley stadium straight after the match? I have a disability so find it difficult to walk to far. Thanks in advance

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Pre-book a taxi and it'll be outside waiting for you.

Buses run from Cardigan Road (19/19A/56) & Otley Road straight after the game, although queues can be a pain.

Best bet would be a taxi IMO, give you a chance of getting the 22.15 36 back to Harrogate.






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PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2014 11:14 am 
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Hammersimon wrote:I have just moved to the harrogate area, I would like to come to watch the rhinos but don't fancy nearly an hour wait for a train after the match, is it easy to get a cab from near the ground after the match? Or do the buses run past headingley stadium straight after the match? I have a disability so find it difficult to walk to far. Thanks in advance

Alternative:
Catch the bus opposite the ground for Moortown Corner.
Then pick up the 36 to harrogate from there.
It goes from the same stop so not too much walking.

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C O Jones wrote:Alternative:
Catch the bus opposite the ground for Moortown Corner.
Then pick up the 36 to harrogate from there.
It goes from the same stop so not too much walking.


The bus that ran from outside the stadium to Moortown (the 38) doesn't run in the evening any more.

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