Pizza deliverd by the Red devils

#3
No, it was piping hot and had Pepperoni, Ham, Ground Beef, Sausage, Onions & Mushrooms on it.

Well done the red Devils. Not just an awesome show but a great bunch of lads who really engaged with the crowd.
 
#5
ugly said:
I wonder who paid for that?
From Red Devils website:

It comes as a suprise to many that the Red Devils' training and equipment needs are entirely self-funded. The team must raise around £150,000 each year to maintain the unrivalled balance of skill and safety on which their reputation stands - this is currently met through the team's commercial activities and with the generous help and support of several key product sponsors.
 
#6
Widnes .v. Salford?, no wonder he jumped in, his bike would have been nicked.
 
#7
dominoid said:
No, it was piping hot and had Pepperoni, Ham, Ground Beef, Sausage, Onions & Mushrooms on it.

Well done the red Devils. Not just an awesome sow but a great bunch of lads who really engaged with the crowd.
My Bold. One of the lads take his missus then?
 
#8
still21inmymind said:
dominoid said:
No, it was piping hot and had Pepperoni, Ham, Ground Beef, Sausage, Onions & Mushrooms on it.

Well done the red Devils. Not just an awesome sow but a great bunch of lads who really engaged with the crowd.
My Bold. One of the lads take his missus then?
Oops, looks liked I dropped my aitches, it's an 'oribble 'abit.
 

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#9
dominoid said:
ugly said:
I wonder who paid for that?
From Red Devils website:

It comes as a suprise to many that the Red Devils' training and equipment needs are entirely self-funded. The team must raise around £150,000 each year to maintain the unrivalled balance of skill and safety on which their reputation stands - this is currently met through the team's commercial activities and with the generous help and support of several key product sponsors.
No the feckin pizza, I'm well aware of the value of the birdmen in pink as a recruiting tool, even the Flying Bugles were sponsored! :roll:
 
#10
ugly said:
dominoid said:
ugly said:
I wonder who paid for that?
From Red Devils website:

It comes as a suprise to many that the Red Devils' training and equipment needs are entirely self-funded. The team must raise around £150,000 each year to maintain the unrivalled balance of skill and safety on which their reputation stands - this is currently met through the team's commercial activities and with the generous help and support of several key product sponsors.
No the feckin pizza, I'm well aware of the value of the birdmen in pink as a recruiting tool, even the Flying Bugles were sponsored! :roll:
Oh, the Pizza was given free by Domino's to a Draw winner in the crowd, She also got £1,000 off the club.

 

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#11
If that was wigan I'm surprised they could give away a pizza, pie and peas Barm would be fought over especially with gravy and chips.
 

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#13
Apologies for that, no surprise then that they didnt drive in!
 

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#15
Great if you really enjoy living somewhere that isnt St Helens or Wigan but is still a bit too close to Warrington!
 
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