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Laois / Re: National Hurling Legue 1B 2018
« on: Today at 06:56:17 PM »
Ref aside, it was very impressive to see so many Antrim people make it down last night. Not an easy drive on a dark and cold evening.

2 hours 40 minutes, not to bad was home just after midnight, some of the players from down the glens probably got home around 2 o clock in the morning of the bus
Portlaoise not the worst, Salthill or years gone by cork and limerick town are B.ll breakers

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Laois / Re: National Hurling Legue 1B 2018
« on: Today at 03:28:05 PM »
Well, I was pretty sure it was 13 to 8 at half-time, so he must've missed something himself!
I agree, we probably will meet in the relegation later - and that being up your way will make it a lot more difficult for Laois.

Thatís my understanding correct me if Imm wrong.
Because we only have two home matches and you guys have three, we have relegation match or is it neutral venue.

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Laois / Re: National Hurling Legue 1B 2018
« on: Today at 02:46:29 PM »
Laois scored more than seven points from play. I can remember 9, and the GAA website has it at 10. However, I take your point - it wasn't a dirty match at all, and there were some harmless enough frees given. Wouldn't particularly say the ref was biased, though. It seems to be the way that the lower league games get the less experienced, and probably fussier, referees. Anyway, plenty of those frees were difficult enough, and King didn't miss any. And when you have a striker - Rowland - who can knock them over from well inside his own half, then your score from frees will go up.
Besides, I hear frees kept ye in it against Dublin?!


Laois man besides me was keeping the scores, Laois had three points from play in first half and nine frees
Your right about Dublin match but Dublin discipline was brutal and completely irrelevant to last nights match
Both teams where not dirty last night. Thought you where getting some really soft ones at critical times but to say we where robbed would be stretching it.
Think we will meet again in relegation later and I hope we play better or we deserve to go down

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Laois / Re: National Hurling Legue 1B 2018
« on: Today at 01:42:26 PM »
Well done to Laois on last nights result
In balance I think they deserved it but I thought the referee was pretty bias
Antrim scored more from play with Laois only hitting 7 points
20 dead ball scores, one good 65 and a beautiful side line cut from Kavanagh apart the rest  was frees
Well done to King for hitting them over
Do you guys think It was a dirty match or enough to warrant 18 frees


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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: February 16, 2018, 03:24:39 PM »
Of course theyíre going to confirm that they are in the market for a keeper when they are at a crucial time of the season and a keeper finally showing some form. Alisson is a step up from the current keepers and if he is being bought he will be bought but no chat till the summer Iíd imagine.

Better keeper, kieta coming Klopp is going for it, on paper should be a good team next year. Keeping hold of salah is a problem though.

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General discussion / Re: Irish Business Thread
« on: February 16, 2018, 01:55:05 PM »
O Neilís stuff is top notch quality
I have had enough of it over the years and washed many team shirts to know

They should try and break into the Moto cross market.
Fox, no fear, fly nowhere near the same quality and itís a massive business
Just supply and pay some works riders in Europe and the states and watch the money roll in

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: February 16, 2018, 09:26:56 AM »
Great game, Liverpool on a different planet at the minute, they will be the team that the teams will want to avoid!

Really? You don't think teams would rather avoid Barca, PSG, Real, Bayern and City?

The form Liverpool has currently is better Iíd say than Madrid PSG and Bayern, on a par with City and Barca.. Liverpool have grown in this competition also this year and they have tradition on their side also, albeit this team hasnít much experience in Europe they still have tradition to fall back on!

Getting a premiership team would be their downfall I think! And itís more than likely they will..

There are designed for Europe but letís be honest
On a good day they could tank anyone and another day Carlisle United could put three past them within reply.
Following Liverpool is a roller coaster and not for the nervous type.
 

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General discussion / Re: Arlene's bigotry shines through
« on: February 15, 2018, 08:24:31 PM »
Gregory let off lightly on radio 6 counties this evening when he said there was no provisional agreement to discuss over the weekend and then when asked confessed he hadn't been involved in the negotiations for two weeks.....
He also got away when accusing the Shinners for bringing the institutions down but he should have been asked why the DUP had the gift of getting them back up this week but rejected the proposal so they weren't so concerned about health, education and infrastructure either..

It Seems going by the press an agreement was in place with consent from both parties. What happened or who pulled rank. It was strange May flew from London with an outcome like that.

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General discussion / Re: Arlene's bigotry shines through
« on: February 15, 2018, 06:47:33 PM »
The majority of them do. The majority of unionist politicians do. But there is a powerful minority of voters that believe that they are as British as Finchley ( which they are) and that the people of Finchley care a jot about them (which they don't)

Finchley is actually in Britain, its people are intrinsically British and so the people in NI are not British in that way, however much they try to convince themselves.

Correct the north of Ireland is not Part of GB

NI is not in GB. Nobody said it was. It is however in the U.K. If your from the UK, entitled to a Uk passport and want to call yourself British it would be hard to argue that your not

Front of a U K passport says Britain and Northern Ireland so no one over here is as British as Finchley
As for the U K bit once the Brexit deals are implemented the UK is doomed but for the time being your right. ( ok honey)
The irony is given the subject at hand, Wales and Scotland have languages acts and they are British. We have dual citizenship and we canít have an Irish act. Itís Crazy

You do know that British doesn't mean from Great Britain?

Yeah one is inclusive of Wales and England only but anyone that highlights that is nitpicking in the context of most conservation
I also know that the the Union Jack can be flown upside down
I always check them when passing areas they are flown
But you know itís doesnt really matter i get what there trying to say
Not much point in getting anal about the whole thing is there
From the man previously "getting anal about the whole thing".

Yeah fight fire with fire

The different between Great Britain and Britain FFs

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General discussion / Re: The ulster rugby trial
« on: February 15, 2018, 04:34:26 PM »
what in under God would a 10 year old be on this board for?  :o

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So thatís what Syfres looks like, I had him a bit younger than that

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General discussion / Re: Arlene's bigotry shines through
« on: February 15, 2018, 04:30:30 PM »
The majority of them do. The majority of unionist politicians do. But there is a powerful minority of voters that believe that they are as British as Finchley ( which they are) and that the people of Finchley care a jot about them (which they don't)

Finchley is actually in Britain, its people are intrinsically British and so the people in NI are not British in that way, however much they try to convince themselves.

Correct the north of Ireland is not Part of GB

NI is not in GB. Nobody said it was. It is however in the U.K. If your from the UK, entitled to a Uk passport and want to call yourself British it would be hard to argue that your not

Front of a U K passport says Britain and Northern Ireland so no one over here is as British as Finchley
As for the U K bit once the Brexit deals are implemented the UK is doomed but for the time being your right. ( ok honey)
The irony is given the subject at hand, Wales and Scotland have languages acts and they are British. We have dual citizenship and we canít have an Irish act. Itís Crazy

You do know that British doesn't mean from Great Britain?

Yeah one is inclusive of Wales and England only but anyone that highlights that is nitpicking in the context of most conservation
I also know that the the Union Jack can be flown upside down
I always check them when passing areas they are flown
But you know itís doesnt really matter i get what there trying to say
Not much point in getting anal about the whole thing is there

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General discussion / Re: Arlene's bigotry shines through
« on: February 15, 2018, 04:17:04 PM »
The majority of them do. The majority of unionist politicians do. But there is a powerful minority of voters that believe that they are as British as Finchley ( which they are) and that the people of Finchley care a jot about them (which they don't)

Finchley is actually in Britain, its people are intrinsically British and so the people in NI are not British in that way, however much they try to convince themselves.

Correct the north of Ireland is not Part of GB

NI is not in GB. Nobody said it was. It is however in the U.K. If your from the UK, entitled to a Uk passport and want to call yourself British it would be hard to argue that your not

Front of a U K passport says Britain and Northern Ireland so no one over here is as British as Finchley
As for the U K bit, once the Brexit deals are implemented the UK is doomed but for the time being your right. ( ok honey)
The irony is given the subject at hand, Wales and Scotland have languages acts and they are British. We have dual citizenship and we canít have an Irish act. Itís Crazy

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General discussion / Re: Arlene's bigotry shines through
« on: February 15, 2018, 03:18:13 PM »
https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/feb/15/dup-responsibility-government-northern-ireland

DUP getting hammered in the English press

The guardian !!!!

"...the quiet truth about Northern Ireland. It is a place where most people identify as neither unionist nor nationalist."

Bullsh*t

Yeah some of it way off the mark in fairness

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General discussion / Re: Arlene's bigotry shines through
« on: February 15, 2018, 03:16:14 PM »
The majority of them do. The majority of unionist politicians do. But there is a powerful minority of voters that believe that they are as British as Finchley ( which they are) and that the people of Finchley care a jot about them (which they don't)

Finchley is actually in Britain, its people are intrinsically British and so the people in NI are not British in that way, however much they try to convince themselves.

Correct the north of Ireland is not Part of GB

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General discussion / Re: Arlene's bigotry shines through
« on: February 15, 2018, 02:33:00 PM »
to be honest I'm caring less and less about the north

its funny a load of people getting worked up about a dying language that most people cannot speak or understand

Whats funny is a fool who thinks his countrys Language is dying when in fact it is thriving, the Irish language will not die, it will continue to grow despite the apathy of west brits and unionists/loyalists.

I for one dont give a damn what you think of the north of Ireland, K?
touchy touchy

I teach Irish, I'm a fluent speaker and I can see it dying before my eyes in the likes of connemara, mayo, kerry gaeltachts

the gaelscoil movement is a giant fallacy
majority of kids who go to gaelscoils have no meanscoil to attend afterwards - complete waste
the literacy standards of children coming out of primary gaelscoils is significantly lower than English medium achools

then there is nowhere to actually use the language. where can you use it?

the main reason ye seem to be mad into it up north is because it makes ye different to the other crowd

Sounds like your real gripe is the Irish Language is losing interest in the south. If itís not the case up here thatís because we hate the other ones. Wow you would fit right in up here with a chip on you like that. Maybe your boring the S..t out of them

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