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#1
Could they not do something like an annual ticket to ordinary seats in Croker?
One block in Cusack or Hogan at say €500?
#2
Sad but true....
#3
GAA Discussion / Re: Retirements
July 17, 2024, 10:45:53 AM
Sligo's Keelan Cawley after 14 years Inter County career.
#4
General discussion / Re: The Fine Gael thread
July 16, 2024, 08:57:17 PM
Leo stepping down at end of this Dáil to "pursue opportunities and options outside Politics"
#5
An added problem for Western Counties is that some of the County teams' most loyal followers have been away from home for decades and gave no connections with the native club.
If they haven't a season ticket it's tough luck.
#6
General discussion / Re: The far right
July 16, 2024, 04:53:08 PM
From 49 to 68 and 1 from feckin Kildare

https://www.rte.ie/news/2024/0716/1460186-coolock-court/
#7
How many coaches have worked with a player like Sam?
#8
Quote from: Mourne Red on July 16, 2024, 02:50:56 PMAll-Ireland Final Tickets (82,006):

- County allocations (58,110)
- Premium/Corporate (10,528)
- Season tickets (3,505)
- Term tickets (2,381)
- Schools (2,224)
- Sponsors (1,221)
- Former GAA Presidents (771)
- Staff & Sub committees (520)
- Overseas (480)
- Provinces (360)
- Press (254)
- Third-level (240)
- Rounders/Handball (212)
- Local residents (200)
- Mini-games (188)
- National Referee Panel (148)
- Matchday Teams (148)
- Jubilee teams (142)*
- Camogie (140)
- Ladies football (100)
- TV & Radio (74)
- Sport Ireland (60)

Figures taken from 2023 GAA Report.

How the ticket allocation sat last year from Daniel Hussey
The 30 non competing Counties get around 1,000 each on average?
#9
They're planning 6 area boards of some sort here again.
In a State of 5.2m people you'd think the Dept of Health could manage the system without need for a HSE in the first place?
#10
General discussion / Re: The far right
July 16, 2024, 11:30:24 AM
Was it him rounded on a black kid demanding he debate "Ireland for the Irish" with him.
Black kid responded as Gaeilge that he'd debate the subject anytime anywhere but would have to be i nGaeilge.
Yer man was left open mouthed and stuttered "ehh ehh...ní thuigim"
#11
GAA Discussion / Re: Yawn
July 16, 2024, 09:43:48 AM
Quote from: snoopdog on July 16, 2024, 09:19:06 AMAnd the biggest pile of dung is rugby.
But it's really well promoted. But a very poor spectacle.

+1.
But when you have the media drooling over it morning, noon abd night....
#12
Quote from: marty34 on July 15, 2024, 11:46:11 PM
Quote from: galwayman on July 15, 2024, 11:28:06 PMTickets will be even harder to come by this time around with Armagh in the final. Their support is incredible. Hoping to get one from the club as involved with a few teams.

Should there not be more tickets available for the two counties now as no minor match on before the senior final?

Probably 3,000 used to go to Minors?

Shoukd anyone who bought the 3 for price of 2 Group series tickets  be given the option of buying an AI one before distribution?
#13
General discussion / Re: The far right
July 15, 2024, 11:52:37 PM
https://www.rte.ie/news/ireland/2024/0715/1460060-coolock-court/

That sc**bag nazi Philip Dwyer the "Citizen journalist" among them.
#14
GAA Discussion / Re: All-Stars 2024
July 15, 2024, 11:42:18 PM
We were only last 12 last year
#15
And the bad news is "Up for the match" is back again.

FFS!!!