Gigs on rugby nights always start with an early set up and a really fun build up as we all wait for the game to start. Now that Rugby World Cup is well and truly underway the energy is palpable and just fun to be around!
All Blacks faced Japan and while it was never a close game Japan kept the All Blacks under 100 points, a feat in and of itself. Sonny Bill Managed to keep his jersey on, much to the chagrin of the female fans at the Moa.
The Flying Moa always treats us well with amazing food and great people. Many thanks again to my friend Mark who brought his friends down again and it wasn’t even a birthday this time around.
We had two tight sets and we played a ton of favourites, but some highlights were people dancing to I Will Survive and Rain and watching the New Zealand Warriors pull out a victory over the West Tigers by the length of an arm. What a game!
Friendly staff are always there to get you what you need, and I had the fish and chips and they actually are outstanding. Sure, anyone can fry some fish and a few potaters but the Moa manages to do it with a bit more flavour than you get at the average shop in the hood.
Come on down again in two weeks when we’ll be at the Moa for more fun!