I thought Pineappleton would have ranked a mention, but there you go.
But yes, I would like to see the provinces divided up. Green can't possibly be that big...
Yes you do have 2, but i have 3!!!Originally Posted by marc71178
There was a long discussion in Parliament on the issue; the general conclusion being that the wild lands of Loveland Heath were too valuable to build a great big road over the top of - the compromise came through dualling the A23 between Pickford and East Robbham.Originally Posted by David
Regarding counties, I gave it quite a bit of thought - seeing as the Dev League works on a franchise system (look back through the record books), it would probably be too short-term and divisive; besides, how the hell would I do that!?
Stadia: CW Oval is in Nixonstown, the Dome is in the outskirts of Edfield and the CWBCC stadium overlooks Garven Island on the coast outside Campstown. There are two new stadia under construction in Pickford and Goffmouth.
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only convicts, but these days its quite the place to be, far better climate than the mainland, and certainly produces better cricketers
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I don't believe in splitting us up into provinces/states. Segregation creates mistrust. What did the Berlin Wall do for us? Nothing
Absolutely. Bloody. Beautiful. I don`t care what anyone else says, that is divine.
Gotta love the outer city-life of Natham. Far away from the hustle-bustle of Nixonstown, but good all the same. Not to mention it`s only a short trip to Robbham for a day out. And Brumbury has beautiful beaches I hear.
If anymore realism is added to this thing I think I`ll die... (do it).
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Crap I love this.
you could do a franchise system similar to the way super 12 is done in NZ. although each team is a franchise, and can recruit players from outside, they represent a particular area of a country.Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
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Originally Posted by Marc
Time to start writing some articles. And I`m right to assume that the CW Bar is in Robbham? East or West? Aaaand, how long would it take to drive one`s automobile to Robbham from say... Natham?
Just realised I share Natham with Hoy.
Nah the CW Bar is at Klyston, its next to Kyle's Bar. Its the place to be on Friday and Saturday nights
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Originally Posted by SupaFreak2005Originally Posted by steds
I certainly enjoy a trip down to Mřrkambe (The cartographers got that one wrong).
For the fishing, of course.
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Just so you all know, CW is tiny! Approx 120x115km, give or take, easy maths.
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373.15 people per square km is quite dense, to an Australian.
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If Dave's grade idea comes to light, could it take city names from these places?
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