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GAA Discussion / U8 friendly in Dublin
September 01, 2017, 07:55:03 PM
I'm trying to plan an end of season trip to CP to do the tour for our U8 group. I'd like to get them a game for that morning, preferred date is the 1st Oct. Does anyone know of any clubs that would be free for a game on the Sunday morning?
GAA Discussion / Team App
January 18, 2017, 10:28:28 AM
Folks, just wondering do any of your clubs use 'TeamApp' as a central contact point for activities related to your club e.g. News, Events, Fixtures, League Tables, Gallery, Social Media feeds, Coaching documents etc? Or are there any other apps that do a similar thing that you have good experiences using?

Apologies if this topic has already been posted did a search a didn't see anything relevant.
Has anyone any plans to attend any of the events: there hasn't been much publicity about this. I was over at the Ice hockey there now free entry and decent entertainment for my lunch break. There's a few of the events on the Titanic slipway next week that are sure to inspire any budding fireman sam's.
General discussion / Unknown MP3's
February 04, 2012, 10:29:25 AM
any recommendations for software to sift through my iTunes collection and update the unknown tracks that I have?
General discussion / Kids schooling
October 10, 2011, 11:30:56 AM
Hi I'm keen to know if there any other posters here in the same situation that me and my wife are in, trying to decide on a nursery school for jr! I'm quite keen on sending him to the Naiscoil and from there into the bunscoil and after rang7 he can decide if he wants to go to the Meanscoil or another secondary school. Do any of you have your kids in a bunscoil and what so you think are the advantages compared to a non-Irish speaking setting.

I've Irish up to A'level all be it a bit rusty now but the OH is worried about the homework situation and not being able to help.
General discussion / Armagh house prices 'up by 188%'
November 02, 2007, 10:41:08 AM

For a place with feck all to do in it, this is quite unbelievable