H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby The Doc » October 4th, 2018, 11:07 am

footrush wrote:
domhnallj wrote:This crowd, Centurian, seem to have a link with Bath Rugby so they might be happy to sort out coach travel for you to the airport. I guess you would need to have firm numbers etc first but it might be worth asking them about the possibility.

https://www.bathrugbytransport.co.uk/

Hi Domhnallj thanks for the info as always it’s the game at the Away game against Wasps that I was wondering about ?.


I've done it before - you don't need to wait for the OLSC. Sounds like you'll have enough on here for a minibus or something. Just get lads to paypal you the cash and hire an airport transfer. There's usually a online options for minibus hire. As long as folks on here trust you with a tenner (or whatever)
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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby footrush » October 4th, 2018, 3:45 pm

The Doc wrote:
footrush wrote:
domhnallj wrote:This crowd, Centurian, seem to have a link with Bath Rugby so they might be happy to sort out coach travel for you to the airport. I guess you would need to have firm numbers etc first but it might be worth asking them about the possibility.

https://www.bathrugbytransport.co.uk/

Hi Domhnallj thanks for the info as always it’s the game at the Away game against Wasps that I was wondering about ?.


I've done it before - you don't need to wait for the OLSC. Sounds like you'll have enough on here for a minibus or something. Just get lads to paypal you the cash and hire an airport transfer. There's usually a online options for minibus hire. As long as folks on here trust you with a tenner (or whatever)

Would but looks like there may be a big crew trying to do this so it might need an actual coach ?.
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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby domhnallj » October 4th, 2018, 3:59 pm

footrush wrote:
domhnallj wrote:This crowd, Centurian, seem to have a link with Bath Rugby so they might be happy to sort out coach travel for you to the airport. I guess you would need to have firm numbers etc first but it might be worth asking them about the possibility.

https://www.bathrugbytransport.co.uk/

Hi Domhnallj thanks for the info as always it’s the Away game against Wasps that I was wondering about ?.


Ah, this lot might be a possibility:

https://zeelo.co/rides

20 people after the game to the Airport would be £10/head according to their booking site. 40 people would be £8.
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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby flustered » October 4th, 2018, 4:48 pm

Where would all the fans gather before the game in Toulouse, up from Carcassonne for the day?
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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby lotmc » October 4th, 2018, 8:09 pm

Re. the Wasps game - we should know by late December if there is an OLSC transport option from Ricoh to Birmingham Airport. If not, I'm happy to get numbers in early January for a minibus and make a booking - shouldn't be too late at that stage.
The price of the flight is still fairly low at €47 so I don't think that there are too many booked on it, at this stage. Ryanair prices shoot up well beyond that level once the plane starts to fill up.
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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby footrush » October 5th, 2018, 8:30 am

lotmc wrote:Re. the Wasps game - we should know by late December if there is an OLSC transport option from Ricoh to Birmingham Airport. If not, I'm happy to get numbers in early January for a minibus and make a booking - shouldn't be too late at that stage.
The price of the flight is still fairly low at €47 so I don't think that there are too many booked on it, at this stage. Ryanair prices shoot up well beyond that level once the plane starts to fill up.

Fantastic would make things a lot easier .
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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby Leoslovechild » October 5th, 2018, 1:25 pm

footrush wrote:
lotmc wrote:Re. the Wasps game - we should know by late December if there is an OLSC transport option from Ricoh to Birmingham Airport. If not, I'm happy to get numbers in early January for a minibus and make a booking - shouldn't be too late at that stage.
The price of the flight is still fairly low at €47 so I don't think that there are too many booked on it, at this stage. Ryanair prices shoot up well beyond that level once the plane starts to fill up.

Fantastic would make things a lot easier .


are the trains now running to the Ricoh?
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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby Hornet » October 6th, 2018, 12:10 pm

Leoslovechild wrote:are the trains now running to the Ricoh?

They are, but are suspended when there is a game at the Ricoh. They use a single/two car deisel unit (one/two coach train) on the line that passes through the station, so overcrowding becomes a huge problem. Plenty of buses from Pool Meadow Bus Station in Coventry to the Tesco Superstore close to the ground (4/5/20). Also Buses from the Railway Station at Coventry.

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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby The Doc » October 8th, 2018, 10:20 am

flustered wrote:Where would all the fans gather before the game in Toulouse, up from Carcassonne for the day?


Around Place du Capitole most likely (unless Toulouse set up a supporters area) - there'll be a supporters guide in the week before which may have other suggestions
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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby DaveMr » October 17th, 2018, 11:52 am

lotmc wrote:Re. the Wasps game - we should know by late December if there is an OLSC transport option from Ricoh to Birmingham Airport. If not, I'm happy to get numbers in early January for a minibus and make a booking - shouldn't be too late at that stage.
The price of the flight is still fairly low at €47 so I don't think that there are too many booked on it, at this stage. Ryanair prices shoot up well beyond that level once the plane starts to fill up.
if there are enough numbers an OLSC bus is an option..
if not i'm happy to share a minibus too

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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby footrush » October 17th, 2018, 8:04 pm

DaveMr wrote:
lotmc wrote:Re. the Wasps game - we should know by late December if there is an OLSC transport option from Ricoh to Birmingham Airport. If not, I'm happy to get numbers in early January for a minibus and make a booking - shouldn't be too late at that stage.
The price of the flight is still fairly low at €47 so I don't think that there are too many booked on it, at this stage. Ryanair prices shoot up well beyond that level once the plane starts to fill up.
if there are enough numbers an OLSC bus is an option..
if not i'm happy to share a minibus too

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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby TheBear » October 19th, 2018, 3:26 pm

johng wrote:Know nothing about train times but I seem to remember that the train from Coventry to Brum airport takes about 15 minutes. So perhaps a taxi to the train?

Or better again. Monday off and take your time.

Not sure if someone already replied to this, but there's a train station in Birmingham airport, so no need to get a cab. Only a few quid, and about 10-15 minutes, from Birmingham airport to Coventry.
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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby TheBear » October 19th, 2018, 3:27 pm

Also not a season ticket holder anymore. Have people already been given the option of buying Bath away tickets? Hoping to get a couple.
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Re: H Cup Away fixtures 2018/19

Postby Dexter » October 19th, 2018, 3:56 pm

TheBear wrote:Also not a season ticket holder anymore. Have people already been given the option of buying Bath away tickets? Hoping to get a couple.

No, I've seen nothing yet but was wondering when they would become available. Going on sale to their STHs on Nov 5th - so hopefully we'll hear something around then.
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