The stadiums socials yesterday posted that it was about half done. looked nice
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sorry...was being facetious......If the guys were able to lift it easily with their hands then I'd say it won't be OK for the NRL. Could be a few knee injuries......
Not really breaking up at all. No one losing their feet either. It looked worse after our warm up on Monday so the week must have done it wonders. Really proves the timing of the re-lay was specifically for this. Crowd looks all on the west side so can't really gauge how many are there but doesn't sound like many.It is looking okay.
Hero grass must be miracle grass!
Hand stitched by Uighur children in battery factories watched over by machine gun toting guards. Probably.I've done some research on the hero turf and from what I can tell (depending on who they got it from) it may have a percentage of synthetic stitched into it. Unless the hero is a brand from a supplier who I can't find
Hand stitched by Uighur children in battery factories watched over by machine gun toting guards. Probably.
Is that really the sort of thing with which we want to be associated?
It's a trademark so there should only be one variant surely. 5% synthetic. Interesting.I've done some research on the hero turf and from what I can tell (depending on who they got it from) it may have a percentage of synthetic stitched into it. Unless the hero is a brand from a supplier who I can't find