Well done Harrogate

Plumbs

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Tremendous stuff although that stand looks very similar to the old Caunce Street End at Raikes Hall,where so many great grandfathers from here stood to shout on their team.😐

*the parched peas vendor stood just over on the far side by the corner flag.
 

20togo

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yep, big achievement for them. Saw the second half and they were much the better team.
Good luck to them in L2.
 

ansdellmafia

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Can't wait to a prematch drink in Betty's Tearooms ! Seriously, well done , I reckon they would have overhauled Barrow if the season had finished normally.
 

Toastrack

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Always intrigues me to see the unlikely fixtures that arise from promotions & relegations.
So next season Harrogate play Horwich & Bradford !
 

bleach51

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Tremendous stuff although that stand looks very similar to the old Caunce Street End at Raikes Hall,where so many great grandfathers from here stood to shout on their team.😐

*the parched peas vendor stood just over on the far side by the corner flag.
Clearly worried they might pinch a few Of your lot Plumbs😉
 

midfield general

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Yes well done Harrogate Town, very fond memories of that ground, I had just started my furniture manufacturing business and was playing for Ossett Town.
I was making a habit of being late for match's due to delivering the furniture on Saturday mornings and I was dropped for this very important game,(I think they were top of the league).
We were losing 0-1 at halftime and I was sent on= we won 2-1.
Probably best half I'd ever played.
Sadly I couldn't finish the season, the business came first.
That was back in 81, what might have been?
 
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