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'Big Money' Matches

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by ManlyArmy, Apr 1, 2014.

  1. ManlyArmy

    ManlyArmy Well-Known Member

    +997 /26
    Looking at this year's draw, there seems to be a few games that I class as 'big money' matches. Games like Souths v Dogs on Good Friday, Eels v Tigers on Easter Monday, Dragons v Roosters on Anzac Day, Storm v Warriors on Anzac Day aswell.

    Got me thinking, seeing these games happen every year, should Manly push for a similar game. Maybe Manly v Easts on Easter Saturday, 3pm at the SFS or even Manly v Souths at the SCG on a Sunday Arvo. (I know its this year)

    If we could attract a crowd of 25,000 or more would do wonders for the club.

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    • sheridanstand78

      sheridanstand78 Well-Known Member

      +4,863 /73
      I think the future will be this way, Manly will play a few big games at neutral venues to capatlize on making money. I would love to see a few games at the SCG as that was the tradition of the game for years and years.
    • eagles2win

      eagles2win Well-Known Member

      +494 /0
      Manly and Parra
    • MissKate

      MissKate Well-Known Member Premium Member

      +1,621 /7
      The SCG is rubbish for watching nrl, too far away from the action. SCG is for cricket, afl, baseball and concerts.
    • dowdz

      dowdz Well-Known Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

      +1,079 /12
      Manly v Parra at the SCG a few years back was great. Wouldn't mind that again.

      If moving a couple of games a year for big money, i don't mind.
    • HappilyManly

      HappilyManly MWTS Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

      +19,025 /367
      The SCG seats are miles away from the action, its worse than ANZ for NRL :s

      Manly needs to go to QLD/NZ to get the crowds. Or wherever the Stadium guarantees the takings.

      Hard to see 25k Manly Fans anywhere outside of the GF :cool:

      The prices at Brookie are stopping the grassroots from attending too.

      TV has weaned people off weekly attendances :(

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