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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: Today at 06:02:44 PM »
Do you not know the 11th commandment?

Though shalt not slag off referees in the vicinity of MR or you will face his wrath ;D

Coming on a public forum and questioning a man giving up his time and the mans fitness is not on, I donít know the poster that did, he hides behind the keyboard, he could probably do with a fitness test himself  ;D

But to answer it, yes beep test is mandatory and rules test pass required for championship games

I'm sure I could stand on the 65 for an hour, not much else to it

Well then, put your name forward, Iíll get ya through the beep test

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GAA Discussion / Re: PuC and the Liam Miller Fundraiser
« on: Today at 02:17:38 PM »
Iím viewing this like someone going into Ashers and asking for a gay cake
If Ashers had taken public money for capital works and signed a document explicitly saying they had to bake gay cakes if asked you may have a point.

But they didn't and Cork co board did sign a form allowing events like this. A fact the mayor of cork knew when he approached them.

So the mayor asked for PUC? Not the family?

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: Today at 01:37:12 PM »
Most older country IRA men were smugglers before they were IRA so hard brexit suits the hard men well. Add people to animals, white dust an daysel; while NI sits on the edge of recession right now. Border poll 2022 and all the other EU citizens Asians Africans and Hispanics including the Tyrone East Timorese with vote for United Ireland and 200k empire loyalists including the castle Catholics will flee Good riddance

Edge of recession? Hasnít got over the last recession when the banks fucked everyone over!

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GAA Discussion / Re: PuC and the Liam Miller Fundraiser
« on: Today at 01:35:15 PM »
Iím viewing this like someone going into Ashers and asking for a gay cake

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GAA Discussion / Re: PuC and the Liam Miller Fundraiser
« on: Today at 09:50:40 AM »
Surely if soccer is your game or rugby or GAA, would you not want to remember having a charity game at the place were he was best remembered by? And In doing so finding the best, biggest venue?

For Liam the Aviva would have brought the biggest revenue plus his games for Ireland serving as a great reminder of his talent.. Even Celtic Park. Finishing his career back in Cork in Turners Cross would also be a better place

Playing in PUC has no relevance at all other than to generate money.. Aviva would bring a lot more money for his family Iíd have thought.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: Today at 09:33:42 AM »
Meanwhile the FT is reporting concerns that food supplies will come under threat if the UK leaves with no deal. Presumably this may include wine supplies for Belfast.

Will just have to mail order the wine in!  8)

Can it be flown in, or stored on barges moored off the coast?

Just drive it over the border... oh wait it costs a fortune gown there

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What I want to know is - where did these games get watched??

I drove through town and the place was packed with Tyronies! Red hand flags everywhere!

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GAA Discussion / Re: PuC and the Liam Miller Fundraiser
« on: July 21, 2018, 10:08:41 PM »
Aviva not available? Bigger ground more money?
It's not in Cork, boy

And? Dublin is only up the road, Iím sure the family want as much money as they can, Aviva would be obvious, plus playing for Ireland at the National stadium..

Hopefully itís resolved soon..

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GAA Discussion / Re: PuC and the Liam Miller Fundraiser
« on: July 21, 2018, 09:55:56 PM »
Aviva not available? Bigger ground more money?

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General discussion / Re: The Open 2018
« on: July 21, 2018, 09:52:00 PM »
Spieth is 2/1, decent price

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Was looking to see the tyrone game tomorrow in the city centre or am I better going to the errigle to be on the safe side of seeing it.
Might get it in Brennans which is opposite Europa Bus station beside Robinsons. Should be showing it in the Bot as well. The Parador just past the Errigle will definitely be showing it. The Hatfield and the Rose+Crown on the Ormeau Road will be showing it too. Or go up the West and try the Felons or the Rock

If there is horse racing dog racing or Celtic interviews with players or even a China league game on then don't bother going here, plus they are rough as feck!

Go to a Gaa pub, Davitts may show it, Naomh Gall may show it

Overtheline, read the above post ya wally! If you are going to say something about what I posted at least read it first before being smart

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The felons is not rough as f**k  :o I was there once though it was post an old firm so maybe an exception. Would theerrigle show them? The parador should - is it not run by a gaa man?
The Parador will definitely be showing the matches. It's owned and run by a great GAA man and is Bredagh GAC's local pub. A great spot to watch football and hurling.

Not really Belfast centre though...

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General discussion / Re: The Open 2018
« on: July 21, 2018, 05:00:24 PM »
Great to see Tiger competing, but its  anyone of 12 at this rate

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: July 21, 2018, 02:57:29 PM »
Meanwhile the FT is reporting concerns that food supplies will come under threat if the UK leaves with no deal. Presumably this may include wine supplies for Belfast.

Will just have to mail order the wine in!  8)

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Was looking to see the tyrone game tomorrow in the city centre or am I better going to the errigle to be on the safe side of seeing it.
Might get it in Brennans which is opposite Europa Bus station beside Robinsons. Should be showing it in the Bot as well. The Parador just past the Errigle will definitely be showing it. The Hatfield and the Rose+Crown on the Ormeau Road will be showing it too. Or go up the West and try the Felons or the Rock

If there is horse racing dog racing or Celtic interviews with players or even a China league game on then don't bother going here, plus they are rough as feck!

Go to a Gaa pub, Davitts may show it, Naomh Gall may show it

Aye the Rock, lol. They wouldnít even know what you were talking about if you asked to get it put on
Both the Felons and The Rock will definitely show it. Neither I would describe as being rough as feck. Definitely not the Felons anyway.

You want to take yourself to Casement Social Club to watch it.

Well it depends on what you find rough is.. Iíve drank in both many times, maybe Iím a snob.. Iíve never seen a GAA game on... plenty Celtic games mind you

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