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Classical BRITS Nomination - voting Open Now
       


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The Priests album is one of ten nominated for the "Classic FM Album of the Year Award" to be announced at the Classic FM Brit Awards in the Royal Albert Hall, London on 14th May. The award depends solely on the email votes of the public and voting closes on 1st May so........ if you'd like to vote please go online to http://www.classicalbrits.co.uk/voting/143 or www.thepriests.com and follow the links to register your vote. Only one vote per ip address is allowed.
       
Whether you are a daily massgoer, a total athiest, or somewhere in between - it is hard to ignore the story of the three singing priests! Less than one year ago they were complete unknowns, but an astute musical scout noted their talent, and within weeks were signed up by Sony BMG.
 
Their debut album, simply titled "The Priests" is approaching two million sales worldwide, as well as topping the album charts in several countries. Their meteoric success earned them a place in the Guinness book of records as the fastest selling classical album of all time in the UK, an amazing statistic for three priests who have made no secret of the fact that their pastoral duties come before any musical responsibility. Also, the DVD of the concert given in Armagh Cathedral by the Priests last September and broadcast coast to coast across America is number 1 in the Irish DVD sales.

The three Down and Connor serving parish priests have recently been nominated for the musical equivalent of an oscar - the best classical album of the year Brit awards. The nominations include internationally renowned artists such as Andrea Bocelli, Mike Oldfield, Katherine Jenkins, and others. To be in such exalted company is a measure of the esteem in which the debutants are held.

But with your help, The Priests could claim their biggest prize to date.
 
In true Irish "give it a lash" fashion, I ask that you would support their nomination by taking a few quick moments to give them your vote.. And following that, perhaps you would send the link on to some of your contacts to do likewise.   

From a quick Gaa perspective, Father David is the brother of Frankie Delargy, who has managed Derry clubs Kilrea, The Loup, and Banagher in recent seasons, as well as Antrim under 21`s. He is currently manager of Roger Casements GAC, Portglenone. It should also mentioned that Fr David won the county senior solo in the Scor competition, whilst representing his parish and local club, St James Aldergrove, in 2002, as well as contesting that years Ulster final. David's local club is Lamh Dearg in Antrim and has celebrated outdoor mass at the club gounds for the past couple of years and is continuously working to build stronger links between the club and parish.

Ok, he didnt win the Scor, but with your help he could be part of a trio, along with brothers Eugene and Martin O Hagan, from Derry,  that could justifiably claim the coveted title of best classical album of the year!   Please take a few moments and give them your support, and dont forget to spread the word by forwarding this on to all your friends, family and contacts!


Many Thanks on behalf of Frs   Eugene, Martin & David

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General discussion / Online Skiing Game
« on: December 17, 2008, 03:17:26 AM »
I've found a Skiing game which is pretty cool.

http://www.ski-challenge.com/

You can download it to your computer and once you register, you can join groups and compete against other peoples times. 

I have created a gaaboard group at: http://skichallenge.orf.at/oe/group/gaaboard/

You can join that group somehow or I can invite people to join that group once they have registered. 



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GAA Discussion / Break For Ball - Win a Free GAA Training Weekend
« on: December 15, 2008, 02:27:49 PM »
See this post for details of competition.

GAA Training Weekends for all teams, county, club, mens & ladies football, hurling & camogie.
Futher information at: http://www.breakforball.com/



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General discussion / Nokia N95 8GB or Apple iPhone
« on: July 11, 2008, 12:11:36 AM »
Due to upgrade phone soon. 
Which will I go for?
Have always been a nokia user, currently using N73.

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GAA Discussion / Saffron Sweep 2008 - Winners Announced
« on: March 17, 2008, 09:34:04 PM »



Club Commission
Tickets SoldReturn Per Ticket
1-2010
21-5025
51-10045
101-15050
151-20055
201-25060

Club Commission is open to all GAA clubs.

Full details at: http://antrim.gaa.ie/saffron-sweep-2008/

Buy your ticket online

Feel free to ask questions below

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