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$200 pp - $800 in total in my case. Although I suspect my kids will not be able to make half the games owing to conflicts


Good on you mate! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: I would have purchased them too if I, unfortunately, lived in the Toronto area.



:lol: Your feelings and those of the rest of the country summarized in eight words


Hopefully Vangroovy gets a team soon too.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 8:28 pm 
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Morgan14 wrote:
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$200 pp - $800 in total in my case. Although I suspect my kids will not be able to make half the games owing to conflicts


Good on you mate! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: I would have purchased them too if I, unfortunately, lived in the Toronto area.



:lol: Your feelings and those of the rest of the country summarized in eight words


Hopefully Vangroovy gets a team soon too.


I am stuck in Cow town right now, due to work, if they get a team I would buy season tickets.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 8:31 pm 
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CanNZ2000 wrote:
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$200 pp - $800 in total in my case. Although I suspect my kids will not be able to make half the games owing to conflicts


Good on you mate! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: I would have purchased them too if I, unfortunately, lived in the Toronto area.



:lol: Your feelings and those of the rest of the country summarized in eight words


Hopefully Vangroovy gets a team soon too.


I am stuck in Cow town right now, due to work, if they get a team I would buy season tickets.



I could see Calgary getting a team before Vancouver.

I think the rugby community is less splintered in Calgary and Vancouver.


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$200 pp - $800 in total in my case. Although I suspect my kids will not be able to make half the games owing to conflicts


Good on you mate! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: I would have purchased them too if I, unfortunately, lived in the Toronto area.



:lol: Your feelings and those of the rest of the country summarized in eight words


Hopefully Vangroovy gets a team soon too.


I am stuck in Cow town right now, due to work, if they get a team I would buy season tickets.



I could see Calgary getting a team before Vancouver.

I think the rugby community is less splintered in Calgary than Vancouver.


Fixed for you.

Also, I actually agree. Not sure we have the big donor money though to finance it though.

Edit: Just realized that I have GameTV in my cable package, have to set the PVR now. Awesome!


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 10:33 pm 
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CanNZ2000 wrote:
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I am stuck in Cow town right now, due to work, if they get a team I would buy season tickets.



I could see Calgary getting a team before Vancouver.

I think the rugby community is less splintered in Calgary than Vancouver.


Fixed for you.

Also, I actually agree. Not sure we have the big donor money though to finance it though.

Edit: Just realized that I have GameTV in my cable package, have to set the PVR now. Awesome![/quote]

Ta.

I think the money certainly was there a year or two ago. I know there were some discussion going on.

If the economy turns around then I could see it happening.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 8:47 pm 
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The Arrows play their first game this Saturday on GameTV. I checked on my cable package, Telus, and it is there!


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:04 pm 
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CanNZ2000 wrote:
The Arrows play their first game this Saturday on GameTV. I checked on my cable package, Telus, and it is there!


I did not follow MLR last year. But I had seen the Ontario Blues for years. During last year's CRC, the Rock took it to the Ontario pack, especially at the scrum. And that Ontario team had Brouwer, DSD, Sheppard, Ciulini, Rumball in the forwards. What turned the final last year was Coe at #13; he ripped open the Rock D a couple of times. Ontario was always weak at centre. Coe changed that situation, but he is not on the Arrows.

If the Arrows can go 6-2 or 5-3 on its road trip, it will say much of the quality of MLR. Almost all Canadian rugby supporters mocked the quality of the CRC, but now they are all giggly because the Arrows are playing Americans. Canadians ...


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:14 pm 
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The Arrows play their first game this Saturday on GameTV. I checked on my cable package, Telus, and it is there!


I did not follow MLR last year. But I had seen the Ontario Blues for years. During last year's CRC, the Rock took it to the Ontario pack, especially at the scrum. And that Ontario team had Brouwer, DSD, Sheppard, Ciulini, Rumball in the forwards. What turned the final last year was Coe at #13; he ripped open the Rock D a couple of times. Ontario was always weak at centre. Coe changed that situation, but he is not on the Arrows.

If the Arrows can go 6-2 or 5-3 on its road trip, it will say much of the quality of MLR. Almost all Canadian rugby supporters mocked the quality of the CRC, but now they are all giggly because the Arrows are playing Americans. Canadians ...


CRC had great potential, it was poorly managed by RC. I think you know, that I know that. Am I giddy about the Arrows in MLR? Yes, but for different reasons. I would love to have seen MLR and CRC merge. It could still happen in a way.

Back to your point. Yes, a great start for them would do wonders with ticket sales, one of the advantages of starting on the road for them.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 10:38 pm 
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CanNZ2000 wrote:
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The Arrows play their first game this Saturday on GameTV. I checked on my cable package, Telus, and it is there!


I did not follow MLR last year. But I had seen the Ontario Blues for years. During last year's CRC, the Rock took it to the Ontario pack, especially at the scrum. And that Ontario team had Brouwer, DSD, Sheppard, Ciulini, Rumball in the forwards. What turned the final last year was Coe at #13; he ripped open the Rock D a couple of times. Ontario was always weak at centre. Coe changed that situation, but he is not on the Arrows.

If the Arrows can go 6-2 or 5-3 on its road trip, it will say much of the quality of MLR. Almost all Canadian rugby supporters mocked the quality of the CRC, but now they are all giggly because the Arrows are playing Americans. Canadians ...


CRC had great potential, it was poorly managed by RC. I think you know, that I know that. Am I giddy about the Arrows in MLR? Yes, but for different reasons. I would love to have seen MLR and CRC merge. It could still happen in a way.

Back to your point. Yes, a great start for them would do wonders with ticket sales, one of the advantages of starting on the road for them.


I was not taking a shot at you. I know you were one of the 149 Canadians that actually, financially, supported the CRC. It is just - the Blues played the Rock, Wolf Pack and Bears and very few cared. But the Arrows play Glendale: OMG!; Utah: FAB!; Houston, YESSSS!

I think the Arrows need 1000 season tickets to start off. Two hundred grand in the bank will do wonders for the team.

I know the Arrows signed a couple of Kiwis. Outside of Evans, I think I have a good read on their Canadian content. I think the Arrows will do just fine.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2019 9:33 pm 
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canuckles wrote:
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The Arrows play their first game this Saturday on GameTV. I checked on my cable package, Telus, and it is there!


I did not follow MLR last year. But I had seen the Ontario Blues for years. During last year's CRC, the Rock took it to the Ontario pack, especially at the scrum. And that Ontario team had Brouwer, DSD, Sheppard, Ciulini, Rumball in the forwards. What turned the final last year was Coe at #13; he ripped open the Rock D a couple of times. Ontario was always weak at centre. Coe changed that situation, but he is not on the Arrows.

If the Arrows can go 6-2 or 5-3 on its road trip, it will say much of the quality of MLR. Almost all Canadian rugby supporters mocked the quality of the CRC, but now they are all giggly because the Arrows are playing Americans. Canadians ...


CRC had great potential, it was poorly managed by RC. I think you know, that I know that. Am I giddy about the Arrows in MLR? Yes, but for different reasons. I would love to have seen MLR and CRC merge. It could still happen in a way.

Back to your point. Yes, a great start for them would do wonders with ticket sales, one of the advantages of starting on the road for them.


I was not taking a shot at you. I know you were one of the 149 Canadians that actually, financially, supported the CRC. It is just - the Blues played the Rock, Wolf Pack and Bears and very few cared. But the Arrows play Glendale: OMG!; Utah: FAB!; Houston, YESSSS!

I think the Arrows need 1000 season tickets to start off. Two hundred grand in the bank will do wonders for the team.

I know the Arrows signed a couple of Kiwis. Outside of Evans, I think I have a good read on their Canadian content. I think the Arrows will do just fine.


I know what you are getting at, it does demonstrate our inferiority complex. Example: Canadians love affair with the NFL over the CFL. No idea how season ticket sales are going but I would imagine a good start to the season should see 1000 season tickets be sold quite quickly. If the arrows are smart, and it sounds like they are, they would promote themselves with the local clubs like hell. That should get them easily to 500 season ticket holders.


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Cheers on Canuckles for purchasing season tickets to the Arrows, even though he lives in Alberta.


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Well, do we talk about the ARC disaster that's unfolding? Although some of you undoubtedly predicted it (perhaps not on this particular thread but did nonetheless)

Or am i overreacting


I only managed to watch the first half, but our lack of (i) skills, (ii) fitness (thought our 12 was a prop), and (iii) discipline were, frankly, disgraceful


I know we're short a few players but that was incredibly underwhelming


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Morgan14 wrote:
Well, do we talk about the ARC disaster that's unfolding? Although some of you undoubtedly predicted it (perhaps not on this particular thread but did nonetheless)

Or am i overreacting


I only managed to watch the first half, but our lack of (i) skills, (ii) fitness (thought our 12 was a prop), and (iii) discipline were, frankly, disgraceful


I know we're short a few players but that was incredibly underwhelming


The second half was worse than the first. What happened in the shed at HT? It is a place where the coaches can make a point or two. Jones said after the game the team may have got complacent after being up 10-0 so early. What? After Russia thrashed us on our turf, our coach said the team may have been over confident. I do not get much of what Jones says or does. It appears our coaches and Rugby Canada thought we won the repechage so we are on our way.

I think 15 of the 23 who dressed for Brazil were on the repechage team (some did not play in France). Guys like Mackenzie, Blevins, Parfrey (for examples) have been in the system for years. This ARC team is not a development one, and those persons who say it is one are wrong.

DTH is 33 and is injured, again; Mack is 33; McRorie is 30; Evans is 31 and is held together with duct tape. Jones does not like Paris and O'Leary. We have Ardron and Olmstead (and perhaps, Trainor) in the primes and that is it. The games against Uruguay and Brazil indicate that, without the just mentioned players, the group on the ARC squad cannot get it done against Tier two and Tier three level teams on the road.

Call in Buydens, Brouwer and Dolezel. I do not care if they are ancient. They are big bodies who can scrum a bit. If they can scrum, lift and take up space on D, it is good enough for me. Even with Olmstead and Beukeboom at lock, we lack size and strength in the second row. We need bigger bodies, who have been around for a bit, at prop.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 1:48 am 
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canuckles wrote:
Morgan14 wrote:
Well, do we talk about the ARC disaster that's unfolding? Although some of you undoubtedly predicted it (perhaps not on this particular thread but did nonetheless)

Or am i overreacting


I only managed to watch the first half, but our lack of (i) skills, (ii) fitness (thought our 12 was a prop), and (iii) discipline were, frankly, disgraceful


I know we're short a few players but that was incredibly underwhelming


The second half was worse than the first. What happened in the shed at HT? It is a place where the coaches can make a point or two. Jones said after the game the team may have got complacent after being up 10-0 so early. What? After Russia thrashed us on our turf, our coach said the team may have been over confident. I do not get much of what Jones says or does. It appears our coaches and Rugby Canada thought we won the repechage so we are on our way.

I think 15 of the 23 who dressed for Brazil were on the repechage team (some did not play in France). Guys like Mackenzie, Blevins, Parfrey (for examples) have been in the system for years. This ARC team is not a development one, and those persons who say it is one are wrong.

DTH is 33 and is injured, again; Mack is 33; McRorie is 30; Evans is 31 and is held together with duct tape. Jones does not like Paris and O'Leary. We have Ardron and Olmstead (and perhaps, Trainor) in the primes and that is it. The games against Uruguay and Brazil indicate that, without the just mentioned players, the group on the ARC squad cannot get it done against Tier two and Tier three level teams on the road.

Call in Buydens, Brouwer and Dolezel. I do not care if they are ancient. They are big bodies who can scrum a bit. If they can scrum, lift and take up space on D, it is good enough for me. Even with Olmstead and Beukeboom at lock, we lack size and strength in the second row. We need bigger bodies, who have been around for a bit, at prop.


Really the Uruguay game was the last straw for me, WTF? Up by a man for 65 minutes and you can't win? Against NZ or SA, okay, but Uruguay? That Brazil game only confirmed the obvious. Jones is a moron, let's be honest any one of us could have coached the repechage and we still would have advanced.

With out the guys Canuckles mentioned, this side is bad, really bad. I don't care if I hurt any of their feelings.


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Your forward pack determines if you win or lose the match... the backs determine by how many points....

Canadians forward pack is low quality 3rd tier right now.......

This RWC is going to very embarrassing for CDN rugby.... we may possibly reflect back and wish that we would have NOT qualified.....


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moosehead wrote:
Your forward pack determines if you win or lose the match... the backs determine by how many points....

Canadians forward pack is low quality 3rd tier right now.......

This RWC is going to very embarrassing for CDN rugby.... we may possibly reflect back and wish that we would have NOT qualified.....


Yeah, I am starting to come down to this way of thinking. It could very well get ugly.


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The thing is, this Canadian team playing like they are possibly wouldn’t have qualified if not for the Euro qualification mess.


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The thing is, this Canadian team playing like they are possibly wouldn’t have qualified if not for the Euro qualification mess.


I think they wouldn't have. They are that bad now. The book is out on how to beat us, don't play rugby just drop the ball and go to a scrum. Romania would have beaten us and possibly Spain.


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CanNZ2000 wrote:
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The thing is, this Canadian team playing like they are possibly wouldn’t have qualified if not for the Euro qualification mess.


I think they wouldn't have. They are that bad now. The book is out on how to beat us, don't play rugby just drop the ball and go to a scrum. Romania would have beaten us and possibly Spain.


I doubt we would have beat Romania in France.

I know some of our American cousins on this bored think little of Jones as a coach. I did not know much about him. But, man, under Jones, we have lost three in a row to Uruguay, including one game where they were down to 14 men for 55 minutes, were destroyed by Russia on our turf, and now we are being laughed at by the international rugby community for our performance against Brazil. Things are bad. It is little wonder eligible guys like Chris Taylor and Patrick Finlay do not want to play for us.

Outside of the props on the Arrows, the only other guy who impresses me on Toronto is Spencer Jones, a centre. There is not much else there for the NSMT.


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canuckles wrote:
CanNZ2000 wrote:
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The thing is, this Canadian team playing like they are possibly wouldn’t have qualified if not for the Euro qualification mess.


I think they wouldn't have. They are that bad now. The book is out on how to beat us, don't play rugby just drop the ball and go to a scrum. Romania would have beaten us and possibly Spain.


I doubt we would have beat Romania in France.

I know some of our American cousins on this bored think little of Jones as a coach. I did not know much about him. But, man, under Jones, we have lost three in a row to Uruguay, including one game where they were down to 14 men for 55 minutes, were destroyed by Russia on our turf, and now we are being laughed at by the international rugby community for our performance against Brazil. Things are bad. It is little wonder eligible guys like Chris Taylor and Patrick Finlay do not want to play for us.

Outside of the props on the Arrows, the only other guy who impresses me on Toronto is Spencer Jones, a centre. There is not much else there for the NSMT.


Oitomen looks like one for the future. Not ready now but he's only 19 and getting valuable experience playing in MLR.


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goeagles wrote:
canuckles wrote:
CanNZ2000 wrote:
Bowens wrote:
The thing is, this Canadian team playing like they are possibly wouldn’t have qualified if not for the Euro qualification mess.


I think they wouldn't have. They are that bad now. The book is out on how to beat us, don't play rugby just drop the ball and go to a scrum. Romania would have beaten us and possibly Spain.


I doubt we would have beat Romania in France.

I know some of our American cousins on this bored think little of Jones as a coach. I did not know much about him. But, man, under Jones, we have lost three in a row to Uruguay, including one game where they were down to 14 men for 55 minutes, were destroyed by Russia on our turf, and now we are being laughed at by the international rugby community for our performance against Brazil. Things are bad. It is little wonder eligible guys like Chris Taylor and Patrick Finlay do not want to play for us.

Outside of the props on the Arrows, the only other guy who impresses me on Toronto is Spencer Jones, a centre. There is not much else there for the NSMT.


Oitomen looks like one for the future. Not ready now but he's only 19 and getting valuable experience playing in MLR.


Canuckles, I was agreeing with you. If Romania is there, we don't advance. 50/50 if Spain were there.


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CanNZ2000 wrote:
goeagles wrote:
canuckles wrote:
CanNZ2000 wrote:
Bowens wrote:
The thing is, this Canadian team playing like they are possibly wouldn’t have qualified if not for the Euro qualification mess.


I think they wouldn't have. They are that bad now. The book is out on how to beat us, don't play rugby just drop the ball and go to a scrum. Romania would have beaten us and possibly Spain.


I doubt we would have beat Romania in France.

I know some of our American cousins on this bored think little of Jones as a coach. I did not know much about him. But, man, under Jones, we have lost three in a row to Uruguay, including one game where they were down to 14 men for 55 minutes, were destroyed by Russia on our turf, and now we are being laughed at by the international rugby community for our performance against Brazil. Things are bad. It is little wonder eligible guys like Chris Taylor and Patrick Finlay do not want to play for us.

Outside of the props on the Arrows, the only other guy who impresses me on Toronto is Spencer Jones, a centre. There is not much else there for the NSMT.


Oitomen looks like one for the future. Not ready now but he's only 19 and getting valuable experience playing in MLR.


Canuckles, I was agreeing with you. If Romania is there, we don't advance. 50/50 if Spain were there.


CanNZ - was the Romanian ineligible player the guy who burned us in the Test in Edmonton in 2017? Filthy cheaters. We wuz robbed.

goeagles - Oitomen looks very promising. Two trys in two games for the young man. Spencer Jones looked from the top drawer setting up Oitomen's try against Austin. If the Arrows can make it work, they will have access to all the young players in the GTA and other parts of the Big O.


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Yes, that was him. Was a strange game, we had two tries disallowed-one resulting in a yellow card too. I think they still would have won without him, once they start dropping passes, we are in trouble. We were getting butt fudge... in the scrum just not as badly as it would have been in the repechage. It is the poor play in the set pieces that keep doing us in.


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Yes, that was him. Was a strange game, we had two tries disallowed-one resulting in a yellow card too. I think they still would have won without him, once they start dropping passes, we are in trouble. We were getting butt fudge... in the scrum just not as badly as it would have been in the repechage. It is the poor play in the set pieces that keep doing us in.


Yeah, but if your forwards are getting stuffed up front, the backs have to take the lead. We had a good solo try by Sauder against Uruguay and a good solo try by Hearn against Brazil. They were about it. Our backs could not help out our forwards. It is tough to run when the ball is kicked away, passes miss hands or when they do hit hands the ball is dropped.


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canuckles wrote:
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Yes, that was him. Was a strange game, we had two tries disallowed-one resulting in a yellow card too. I think they still would have won without him, once they start dropping passes, we are in trouble. We were getting butt fudge... in the scrum just not as badly as it would have been in the repechage. It is the poor play in the set pieces that keep doing us in.


Yeah, but if your forwards are getting stuffed up front, the backs have to take the lead. We had a good solo try by Sauder against Uruguay and a good solo try by Hearn against Brazil. They were about it. Our backs could not help out our forwards. It is tough to run when the ball is kicked away, passes miss hands or when they do hit hands the ball is dropped.


Hopefully Parfrey will not be playing for Canada again. Jeff Hull is on facebook claiming that Jones offers more than O'Leary, WTF!


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Yes, that was him. Was a strange game, we had two tries disallowed-one resulting in a yellow card too. I think they still would have won without him, once they start dropping passes, we are in trouble. We were getting butt fudge... in the scrum just not as badly as it would have been in the repechage. It is the poor play in the set pieces that keep doing us in.


Yeah, but if your forwards are getting stuffed up front, the backs have to take the lead. We had a good solo try by Sauder against Uruguay and a good solo try by Hearn against Brazil. They were about it. Our backs could not help out our forwards. It is tough to run when the ball is kicked away, passes miss hands or when they do hit hands the ball is dropped.


Hopefully Parfrey will not be playing for Canada again. Jeff Hull is on facebook claiming that Jones offers more than O'Leary, WTF!


Does he mean Harry jones? The guy who has not started at #10 since 2013 and has not played any XVs for over four years? I have run into Hull before. Years ago he argued that Colin Yukes should be played at #7 for Canada. Don't listen to him.


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