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Re: Stadium and other issues : Sat Dec 10, 2022 9:05 am  
It’s interesting how they don’t do things in the order you’d expect, bit like coaches. I’d have thought the roof and seats would go in next but it seems not.
Re: Stadium and other issues : Mon Dec 12, 2022 8:57 pm  
Re: Stadium and other issues : Mon Dec 12, 2022 9:55 pm  
On the other issues part of the thread and seen as in some ways the club been getting little stick recently with things like shaw and croft can i just praise the club on what there doing to protct there squads,today the 1st team and academy have had heart screening done (believe reserves and scolas have to) not sure if this somthing they have to do but nevertheless still comes at a cost secondly last week the academy lads(would thought other squads would of too)had scans of there mouths done for gum shields to be provided these shields come with chips in them which shows the impact in any head knocks these come are around £400 per shield i believe, yeah so well done
Re: Stadium and other issues : Mon Dec 12, 2022 10:52 pm  
Luppylad wrote:
On the other issues part of the thread and seen as in some ways the club been getting little stick recently with things like shaw and croft can i just praise the club on what there doing to protct there squads,today the 1st team and academy have had heart screening done (believe reserves and scolas have to) not sure if this somthing they have to do but nevertheless still comes at a cost secondly last week the academy lads(would thought other squads would of too)had scans of there mouths done for gum shields to be provided these shields come with chips in them which shows the impact in any head knocks these come are around £400 per shield i believe, yeah so well done


Very little stick on truth, normal suspects.

Otherwise good story, well done to those involved.
Re: Stadium and other issues : Mon Dec 12, 2022 11:08 pm  
Luppylad wrote:
On the other issues part of the thread and seen as in some ways the club been getting little stick recently with things like shaw and croft can i just praise the club on what there doing to protct there squads,today the 1st team and academy have had heart screening done (believe reserves and scolas have to) not sure if this somthing they have to do but nevertheless still comes at a cost secondly last week the academy lads(would thought other squads would of too)had scans of there mouths done for gum shields to be provided these shields come with chips in them which shows the impact in any head knocks these come are around £400 per shield i believe, yeah so well done


Thanks for the info. That sort of stuff should be publicised by the club across it's SM outlets. :IDEA:
Re: Stadium and other issues : Tue Dec 13, 2022 7:13 am  
The heart screening is a mandatory test much the same as the cog test but the new mouth guards are a relatively new tech after being used in Union for a season or so.

Good to see player safety and health still being moved forward by the game
Re: Stadium and other issues : Tue Dec 13, 2022 4:11 pm  
The view from the new terracing North Stand will be worth that bit extra charge. I might swap my East Stand seat for that.

https://twitter.com/MinardsTrinity/stat ... 22/photo/1
The view from the new terracing North Stand will be worth that bit extra charge. I might swap my East Stand seat for that.

https://twitter.com/MinardsTrinity/stat ... 22/photo/1
Re: Stadium and other issues : Tue Dec 13, 2022 4:25 pm  
It's going raise the view considerably
Re: Stadium and other issues : Tue Dec 13, 2022 4:34 pm  
Nah...glad we got the Lower North tickets as I would bang my head on the roof in there, now they're raising it :wink: :wink:
Should make it louder from in there anyway :thumb:
Re: Stadium and other issues : Tue Dec 13, 2022 4:58 pm  
FIL wrote:
Nah...glad we got the Lower North tickets as I would bang my head on the roof in there, now they're raising it :wink: :wink:
Should make it louder from in there anyway :thumb:


:lol:
In your dreams Short-A*se!
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