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Thread: OT Your sporting fix this weekend

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    OT Your sporting fix this weekend

    With our mutual obsession out of action this week it might be worth having a rancour-free conversation about what sport if any y’all will be soaking up over the weekend. Might even give me some ideas for respite after being forced to watch the rugby

    Anyone?

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    March Madness: Sweet Six**** and Elite Eight - who will triumph?

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    Easy...proper rugby season starts on Friday.

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    Golf club opens next week, have 3 tees booked so just need to get through this last weekend! Otherwise, England ODIs, can't remember what days though... Off to check Google

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    Only one for me and that's F1 season finally kicking off this weekend

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    Footy - Holland Satdeh and Chewsdeh. England tonight, Sundeh and Wensdeh.

    F1 - Possibly qualifying Satdeh and defo the race on Sundeh.

    Cycling - weather permitting 2 or 3 rides of between 30Km and 50Km

    If there's any time clashes I'll just watch multiple screens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadAmster View Post
    Footy - Holland Satdeh and Chewsdeh. England tonight, Sundeh and Wensdeh.

    F1 - Possibly qualifying Satdeh and defo the race on Sundeh.

    Cycling - weather permitting 2 or 3 rides of between 30Km and 50Km

    If there's any time clashes I'll just watch multiple screens.
    My kinda weekend, may add F1 and some cycling (watching) to that list

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    The World Golf Championship, (can't play anymore but enjoy watching),
    Cricket,
    Footie - keeping an eye on what's happening in the lower leagues
    - oh and the Qualifiers (might suffer watching England!! who will no
    doubt play in their usual boring negative way!).

    However, quite what will compensate for Simon McCoy quitting BBC I don't know!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by macstheman View Post
    The World Golf Championship, (can't play anymore but enjoy watching),
    Cricket,
    Footie - keeping an eye on what's happening in the lower leagues
    - oh and the Qualifiers (might suffer watching England!! who will no
    doubt play in their usual boring negative way!).

    However, quite what will compensate for Simon McCoy quitting BBC I don't know!!
    He was a bit demob happy the other day actually, offering all sorts of opinions on stuff

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    is this another news reporter that ive never heard of?

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