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General discussion / Any pointers in setting up online gaa club lotto
« on: March 08, 2019, 10:13:28 PM »
Hi folks,
My club are looking to offer the option of doing the club lotto online.
Has anyone here got information on options on this?
I think the Gaa in leinster/Dublin have a preferred supplier...

Any view or experience with setting this up and contact details if so.

Also welcome and pitfalls and things to avoid!

Mucho grassyass

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General discussion / Photos, drawings - hosting website
« on: September 11, 2013, 11:22:10 PM »
Apologies if this has been on here before ( quick search and couldn't find a topic)

I need to upload some tech diagrams, pics/photos onto a website - but want to ensure that they cannot be downloaded by any of the recipient viewers

Any recommendations?

Tks

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General discussion / best way to kill rats
« on: July 11, 2013, 10:06:24 AM »
Brother in law says he saw a rat at the bottom of his garden.
Reckons he will put down rat poison.
I think I have heard that rat poison isnt effective.
Anyone know whats the best way to kill rat(s).
TIA

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General discussion / Info on concert at odyssey arena Belfast
« on: April 23, 2013, 09:23:47 AM »
Hi folks, have tickets for a gig in the odyssey. The seats are for the upper tier at the other end of the hall from the stage.
Just wondering approx how far is this end from the actual stage?
As its an ice hockey pitch length I'm hoping that it will be no more than 50-60 meters?
TIA

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General discussion / Septic tank options? ( south of Ireland)
« on: March 22, 2013, 08:44:35 AM »
Chaps, I'm considering purchasing a new pad. However one of the potential options at least may need a new sewage system/new septic tank and associated solution.

I would like to know of the options about that would be in line with recent gov septic tank and sewage regulations - as well as the costs of these.

If anyone has knowledge of how these options work , I'd appreciate the info.
Eg how much manual intervention is required per year and what this entails!

This way I can factor in the potential cost of septic tank and system into potential purchase price!

Thanks in advance!

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General discussion / Reccomend Text message system for football team..
« on: November 06, 2012, 09:03:00 PM »
Would any of you be able to reccomend a reliable text message system  for use in the Dublin/midlands region - need to send text communications to players over the fothcoming season.

Previous system unreliable.

Any approx costs would be appreciated also!

TIA

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General discussion / Canon rock
« on: December 09, 2011, 01:56:29 PM »
cant get this tune out of my head now
but the guitarwork is superb

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=by8oyJztzwo

and

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TF6cnLnEARo&feature=related

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General discussion / Reccomendations for holiday to Australia
« on: September 20, 2011, 09:29:58 AM »
Folks, tried to search for the old Oz thread but the search keeps returning an 'error message'.
Unless someone can find and resurrect this for me , I'd appreciate some more/same info on Oz.
A very close pal of mine (not on the board) is thinking of going there for a holiday over Christmas.
The plan is to go to Sydney, Cairns (Port Douglas he has been told is better than cairns), Melbourne and maybe perth. Retuning home and stopping off at either singapore or hong Kong pref (his plan is to do a bit of shoping along with his missus - are these places any good?)

Where would be the good areas to go in each to stay?
Any tips on self catering places or good hotels to go to.
Normally he likes 5 star accomodation, but I think for 3 to 4 weeks he would be looking at places that average out at 100-150 euros a night (less pref if it is a good clean place in a good area and self catering).

Any other tips or must do's/must see's ?
appreciate any info.

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General discussion / Best of luck Fuzzman- big op this week
« on: August 23, 2011, 09:12:28 AM »
best of luck to Fuzzman, Tyrone's jonah, in advance of his big medical procedure later on this week.
Hope all goes well.
some say that it's a knee operation, others say its a vasectomy - as he's the most prolific Tyrone man around at the moment !!  ;)

best of luck Mr shy and retiring Fuzz

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General discussion / new car tryes
« on: April 14, 2011, 01:51:22 PM »
would anyone be able to reccomend a decent place for car tyres somewhere on the road between Newry and Derry city?
TIA

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General discussion / GAA fans cause crowd violence and riots
« on: October 20, 2010, 02:31:16 PM »
ok its not GAA fans (it never is !!!) - a couple of people will be expecting me topost this so I cant let them down.
To be fair- its not even soccer fans, as Ireland have a fantastic rep throughout the world for fans behaviour.
its these young feckers that follow rovers (though in the tv clip I saw earlier there was an older chap on the pitch looking to fight also).

the fai need to sort rovers and ther so called fans out.
There are a lot of rovers fans I know who are decent and sound, but this other shower are f**king it up for everyone.



from rte.ie
St Pat's to investigate post-match incidents
  Wednesday, 20 October 2010 14:17
St Patrick's Athletic are to investigate the incidents that occured after last night's FAI Ford Cup semi-final against Shamrock Rovers at Richmond Park.

The club has also pledged to take immediate action against any fans found to be involved in the post-match crowd trouble.

Pat's were beaten 1-0 at Richmond Park and after the game, a number of Shamrock Rovers supporters invaded the pitch. Pat's fans then also entered the playing area and Gardaí and security staff were forced to intervene as fans engaged in taunting and aggressive behaviour.

A statement by St Pat's said they are committed to ensuring that Richmond Park remains a place where fans can enjoy football in a 'safe, secure and friendly environment'.

A statement on the club website www.stpatsfc.ie said: 'St Patrick's Athletic have already committed to taking action against any supporters found to be involved in the disturbances.

'St Patrick's Athletic is committed to ensuring that Richmond Park is a place where people can enjoy football in a safe, secure and friendly environment.

'A full review of the incidents that occurred at the end of last night's match is already underway at the club.

'Strong and immediate action will be taken by St Patrick's Athletic against any home supporters found to be involved in crowd disturbances of any kind on the night.'

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General discussion / where to buy a Digital SLR camera
« on: September 18, 2010, 12:09:32 PM »
Cant find that last thread where the consensus was that a Canon DSLR 500d or 550d (or indeed a 450d) were among the best buys

for comparison purposes - any reccomendations on where best to buy - web or in belfast/north of Ireland.
Dublin prices are over €100 dearer per camera....

tia

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General discussion / Playstation 3 v xbox v nintendo
« on: September 13, 2010, 04:48:45 PM »
Howya folks,
I have been asked to track down whats best for the sisters kids in terms of playstation 3 or xbox etc.

Kids already have a playstation 2 and want to be able to swap the games with classmates who all seemingly have playstation 3's now.

I'd tell them to shut up and play with what they have, but first question can you play the ps2 games on the ps3 ?
Is there any benefit in upgrading to a xbox or wii or nintendo (is that the other big alternative - I cant even remember!!)

Where is best to buy these fecking things..

TIA
Santa claus

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GAA Discussion / Derry looking for new miracle worker - sorry Manager
« on: September 08, 2010, 10:11:20 AM »
Well every other county is posting theirs...

Required,New Manager to
Manage, Coach, cajole, cuddle,molly coddle, mother,  kick ass, educate, put manners on, take no s**t, discipline, forge interpersonal links,  encourage , grow team ethic, promote trust with people from outside their own parish etc etc

a group of serial underachieving players that play as individuals and will fight with each other at the drop of a hat require a manager, with Jesus-like/kofi Annan-like ablities of intercession and mediation initially , but with massive football tactics and appetite for progression to get these people talking to each other and then playing 'INTELLIGENT' football  as a unit rathe than passing only to their relations or club mates on the side.

Derry county board will understand if the candidate would prefer to go sort out the problems between Israel and Palestine instead for an easier life.


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General discussion / more soccer hooliganism in Dublin
« on: August 15, 2010, 10:10:57 PM »
while isolated incidents of fans fighting or attacking players/refs etc are disgracefully still occasional in this country,
this pre-meditated plan of action by soccer fans shows the difference there is between soccer and Gaa sports fans.
The reason why I post this is because some people try to label soccer in Ireland - whether it is Dublin, Belfast of Cork - as being similar in its 'violence' to GAA - but while GAA have the same kinds of thugs in a minority, soccer have theirs and worse- its organised - thats hooliganism , and they are light years in their difference.

from sunday tribune today !

Shamrock Rovers fans held after rampage in rivals' pub
Jennifer Bray
Eight Shamrock Rovers fans were arrested last Sunday after causing extensive damage to a Dublin pub following a fixture against rival club Bohemians.

after the match, which took place in Tallaght Stadium, Rovers' home ground, about 20 fans travelled by bus from Tallaght to the Phibsborough House pub on the northside of the city, which is close to Bohemians' home at Dalymount Park.




It is understood the Rovers fans began causing trouble in the quiet pub, smashing windows and throwing glasses.


Gardaí arrested three men at the scene and questioned a further five men at Bridewell station.




The three who were arrested were all in their late teens and were released last week. Files will be sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions.


It is understood the troublemakers have been caught on CCTV. The pub is said to have been badly damaged and is now in the process of analysing the costs and beginning repairs.




A spokesman for the Phibsborough House confirmed the incident but declined to comment any further.




A garda spokesman said: "Gardaí at Mountjoy were called to an incident in a public house in Phibsborough at 7.45pm where three men were arrested.




"Five juveniles were taken to Bridewell Garda Station and were dealt with accordingly. A large amount of damage was done to the public house.




"All three were released and a file has been sent to the DPP."


August 15, 2010

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