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Messages - Pascal Brennan

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Down / Re: Down GAA Championship 2020 Prediction Competition
« on: August 07, 2020, 08:46:32 PM »
Burren
Kilcoo
Ballyholland
Glenn
Clonduff
Rostrevor
Loughinisland
Castlewellan

IFC Round 1

An Riocht
Annaclone
Leitrim
Shamrocks
St Johns
Tullylish
Ballymartin
Clann na Banna

JFC Round 1

St Paulís vs
Glassdrumman
Finn
Dundrum
Drumaness

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: September 09, 2019, 05:22:34 PM »
Kind of apt that ĎJimí has a burner account created now called Yewtree. Iíd fair say same fella would qualify for the same ĎOperationí.

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General discussion / Re: NIE connection
« on: October 15, 2018, 07:58:33 PM »
Thanks - all prep work done.

Has anyone more current  :P experience  ?

NIE and all the UK utilities get paid via a number of avenues for by the no doubt extortionate price they are hitting you with. For every complaint that they get logged against them it can cost them up to £10k from the regulator. The GB and NI  energy market has 1 big pot to pay all the utilities throughout and the market from. They work out who get what via customer minutes lost, customer minutes interrupted, lost time injuries etc etc. UKPN and Western Power are the two best Utillitues according to these so get paid the most. UKPN have spent a fortune on automation (smart grids that switch around the faults), interconnections and most importantly their call Centre and dispatch staff. If you make a complaint they will go way beyond expectations to get you to rescind said complaint. This I have seen to involve paying for family meals or cinema tickets for children, vouchers etc. they do this because it is much cheaper to pay for small stuff that people are amazed at the gesture than it is to take the hit on the complaint. Western Power immediately dispatch generators to faults before sending engineers to carry out repairs because they lose more money fault finding rather than just getting supply restored. Once supply is restored they get as long as the want (normal time no overtime) to carry out repairs. So simple answer is formally complain, to NIE, then the regulator. Donít be fobbed off by them.

Alternatively the market is being opened up to contractors who you can hire direct to do the work. Would work out much cheaper and you would likely get a better job done if you have any notion of what you want them to do

Good luck

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Down / Re: Down GAA Championship 2017 Prediction Competition.
« on: August 10, 2017, 02:48:13 PM »
Warrenpoint
Saval
Mayobridge
Downpatrick
Loughnisland
Castlewellan
Kilcoo
Burren

Shamrocks
Atticall
Liatriom
Rostrevor
Darragh Cross
Annaclone
Carryduff
Glasdrumman

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: August 08, 2017, 03:20:42 PM »
Are they talking about some land beside the current GAA facilities or part of the actual barracks which has swimming pools, gymnasiums, sports pitches etc already on site?

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General discussion / Re: howya horsebox and names that go with places
« on: October 01, 2016, 02:44:30 PM »
I know growing up in East Down we all called Belfast lads 'Frankies' while the girls were called 'Millies'. Generally 'Frankie B*****d's' was the most common term used. Newry girls of questionable ethics were also called Newry Nucks. I'm married to a langer and she and her ilk had never heard of going for a dander (walk).

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Down / Re: Down Gaa Championship 2016. Prediction Competition
« on: September 25, 2016, 12:33:11 PM »
Kilcoo
An Riocht
Teconnaught
Burren

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Down / Re: Down Gaa Championship 2016. Prediction Competition
« on: September 14, 2016, 10:22:08 AM »
Kilcoo
An Riocht

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Down / Re: Down Gaa Championship 2016. Prediction Competition
« on: August 31, 2016, 02:17:01 AM »


RFC Final
Bryansford
PRFC
Kilcoo

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Down / Re: Down Gaa Championship 2016. Prediction Competition
« on: August 29, 2016, 05:53:57 AM »
Semi finals

SFC
Burren
Bryansford

IFC
Darragh Cross
Bredagh

JFC
St Michaelís
Dundrum

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Down / Re: Down Gaa Championship 2016. Prediction Competition
« on: August 25, 2016, 02:20:42 PM »
Clonduff

Kilcoo

Bryansford

Burren

 Carryduff

An Riocht

Liatrom

Bredagh


St Michael's

Dundrum

Teconnaught

Drumgath

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Down / Re: Down Gaa Championship 2016. Prediction Competition
« on: August 11, 2016, 09:02:40 AM »
Ballyholland
Downpatrick
Kilcoo
Castlewellan


Clann na Banna
Carryduff
Drumaness
Darragh Cross

JFC
Preliminary round
Aghaderg
Dundrum
Ardglass

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Down / Re: Down Gaa Championship 2016. Prediction Competition
« on: August 02, 2016, 08:08:59 AM »
Second Round
SFC
Mayobridge
Castlewellan
Burren
Downpatrick

Rostrevor
Longstone
Loughinisland
Glenn

IFC
An Riocht
Bredagh
Liatrom
St John's

Dromara
Clann Na Banna
Carryduff
Darragh Cross

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Down / Re: Down Gaa Championship 2016. Prediction Competition
« on: July 24, 2016, 02:34:28 AM »
Kilcoo
 Mayobridge
Clonduff
Loughinisland
CPN
Longstone
Bryansford
Burren

IFC First Round
Bosco
Glasdrumman
An Riocht
Bredagh
Liatriom
St Johns
Clann na Banna
Tullylish

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: December 05, 2015, 03:36:33 AM »
I know the whole Kerry championship zoning has been discussed to death on how it would or wouldn't work for Down but perhaps it could be slightly abbreviated for the u21 league/championship. I know some teams already amalgamate. Each club in down should be ranked say 1-10 (Kilcoo being a 10, killyleagh say a 1 etc). A zone/team would have to consist of a minimum of 25 points, so you may have a Kilcoo, Leitrim and Castlewellan team or a Mayobridge, Clonduff, Drumgath and Annaclone. You could even have like a draft night were all clubs are represented and have to 'join/agree' a grouping. Really no club is going to bring through more than 5 players into a senior set up from any age group. The best players from each club gets to play with the best players in another for a small period of time. Each team/zone could realistically have t least one senior team involved meaning the best players from the junior and inter clubs would get experience of playing positions that wasn't chb/mf/chf. For me there should be no stand alone teams in u21 comp.

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