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GAA Discussion / Board Update The Other Night
« on: March 19, 2017, 07:19:46 PM »
Anybody find a thread called NFL Division 3?
Anybody getting a very different number of threads on each page?

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General discussion / Dirua
« on: July 01, 2016, 09:50:09 AM »
Latest Scores thread whacked by Twitter.
July 14th seems to be the date before which holidayers should change/not change their currency.

The match is Sterling v Euro

Latest Score:

1-19919

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GAA Discussion / McAnerneys Supermarket & Petrol Station 1 for 1
« on: August 07, 2015, 06:21:43 PM »
Was in McAnerneys - the best sausages in Armagh they say - when a fella remarks that he reckoned Ger Houlihan is the best player ever.

http://www.bigreddirectory.com/mcanerneys-armagh



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GAA Discussion / Peil na mBan 2015
« on: July 25, 2015, 05:25:10 PM »
All Ireland Senior Football Championship
Preliminary Round
Cavan 5-14  Down 0-01   live on TG4

Half Time

Down available at 1/1 plus 50 points at the moment.

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GAA Discussion / Tyrone v Limerick Should it Start at 4-00pm?
« on: June 28, 2015, 01:15:05 PM »
This is getting bad.

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GAA Discussion / Comórtas Peile na Gaedhealtachta 2015
« on: May 29, 2015, 03:46:36 PM »
Ard a' Rátha   29 - 05 - 2015  -  01 - 06 - 2015

https://static.rasset.ie/documents/news/udaras-na-gaeltachta.pdf

A report published today concludes that Irish will no longer be the primary language in any Gaeltacht community in ten years.

The research, commissioned by State agency Údarás na Gaeltachta, is based on census figures for 2006 and 2011.

The authors conclude that the social use of Irish in the Gaeltacht is declining at an even more rapid rate than predicted in their last report in 2007.

http://www.rte.ie/news/ireland/2015/0529/704583-irish-in-decline-in-gaeltacht-areas-report/

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General discussion / Úr
« on: October 30, 2014, 01:53:35 AM »
Every time only the night/more importantly this morning this is appearing but only when going on the Board.
Weird - it's appearing below the gaaboard.com - Info Center notice.(that's the way it is spelt by them - not the THEM as in the big giant ants who lived out in the desert somewhere in the film but did eventually attack homes especially the house where the woman said 'They're out there' before she closed the curtains but the ones from 'Simple Machines' who wrote 'Info Center notice' in the first place as regards the Board.


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Bizarre.

People were talking about the Melbourne Cup there and whether there are two bank holidays in Australia and time difference and Vintage Crop and quarantine so maybe it's just us.
Strange though.

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General discussion / RTÉ Longwave 252 Whacked
« on: October 02, 2014, 02:45:11 PM »
RTÉ Radio 1 Moves from Longwave Transmission

RTÉ Radio 1 Moves from Longwave Transmission in new focus on FM, DAB and Digital Access.

RTÉ Radio 1 is announcing the cessation of its Longwave 252 service. The service will cease transmission on Monday 27th October 2014 as RTÉ Radio 1 focuses on FM and DAB transmission, and digital access points.

The vast majority (98%) of RTÉ Radio 1 listeners will be unaffected by the move. However, RTÉ Radio 1 will be embarking upon an awareness campaign to inform remaining Longwave listeners of the superior alternatives to LW transmission.

Tom McGuire, Head of RTÉ Radio 1 said: “This development is an opportunity for the listener to tune in to the varied output of RTE Radio 1 in a new way.  The availability of the radio service through new digital platforms provides a much improved sound quality and broader access for all programmes.  Just as the audience migrated from medium wave to FM in the past the end of long wave is compensated for by the availability of RTÉ Radio 1 on various digital platforms through the television in your home, the phone in your pocket, the tablet on your lap or the digital radio in your region.”

JP Coakley, RTÉ Radio Director of Operations, says: “The RTÉ Radio 1 Longwave signal covers the island of Ireland and carries also into Britain. This technology gives further reach than FM, but at the expense of quality, and it is rare in modern radios. Nowadays, digital platforms mean that quality and reach do not have to be traded, especially for those listening overseas. The longwave service on 252 has only been in use by Radio 1 for 10 years, and while the service was financially and technologically viable for a short time, this is no longer the case.”

RTÉ Radio 1 is available on national FM, on DAB digital radio, on Saorview, SKY and UPC Digital TV platforms, online globally on the RTÉ Radio Player and on the RTÉ Radio 1 and RTÉ Radio Player mobile apps. It is also available on the UK satellite TV service, Freesat.

RTÉ Radio 1 on Longwave carries the same content as RTÉ Radio 1, except where the service “splits” to carry programmes from the digital station RTÉ Radio 1 Extra. These programmes include Mass and Services every Sunday morning and total 2 hours per week approx. Masses and Services will continue to be available on RTÉ Radio 1 Extra on DAB digital radio, Saorview digital TV, UPC digital TV, online globally on the RTÉ Radio Player and on the RTÉ Radio Player mobile app.

JP Coakley continued: “This move to digital platforms is in line with other public service broadcasters such as the BBC in the UK and VGTRK in Russia, who have announced the closure of their longwave services. This service is a very expensive one for RTÉ and is unsustainable in terms of the organisations current financial position. RTÉ reported a break-even in 2013, thanks to rigorous cost-cutting and financial management, and there remains an emphasis on value-for-money across all services and technologies.”

RTÉ Radio 1 will conduct an on-air information campaign and will distribute literature to affected audiences via a range of support bodies. You can find out more about the move to FM and digital on www.rte.ie/staytuned


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The vast majority (98%) of RTÉ Radio 1 listeners will be unaffected by the move

Wonder who worked this bit out.

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Previous Winners:
1982 St Pauls (Antrim)
1983 Saul (Down)
1984 Na Cealla Beaga (Donegal)
1985 Na Cealla Beaga (Donegal)
1986 St Pauls (Antrim)
1987 Killeavy (Armagh)
1988 Enniskillen Gaels (Fermanagh)
1989 Dungannon (Tyrone)
1990 Dungiven (Derry)
1991 Bellaghy (Derry)
1992 Béal Átha Seannaidh (Donegal)
1993 Loup (Derry)
1994 Bellaghy (Derry)
1995 Loup (Derry)
1996 Ballinderry (Derry)
1997 Ballinderry (Derry)
1998 Slaughtneil (Derry)
1999 Cavan Gaels (Cavan)
2000 Pearse Óg (Armagh)
2001 Ballinderry (Derry)
2002 Clontibret (Monaghan)
2003 Armagh Harps (Armagh)
2004 Rostrevor (Down)
2005 Errigal Ciaran (Tyrone)
2006 Coalisland (Tyrone)
2007 Kilrea (Derry)
2008 Ballinderry (Derry)
2009 Omagh (Tyrone)
2010 Lámh Dhearg (Antrim)
2011 Glen Watty Grahams (Derry)
2012 Glen Watty Grahams (Derry)
2013 Glen Watty Grahams (Derry)

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GAA Discussion / Peil na mBan 2014
« on: August 15, 2014, 02:39:15 PM »
Senior Football
Ulster Final
Armagh 2-14  Monaghan 1-08

Connacht Final
Galway 1-16  Mayo 1-12

Munster Final
Cork 6-14  Kerry 2-11

Leinster Final
Dublin 6-21  Laois 0-04

All Ireland Senior Football Championship
Round 1 Qualifiers
Clare 0-10  Westmeath 1-13
Kildare 1-13  Tyrone 3-17
Cavan 1-15  Meath 0-13

Round 2 Qualifiers
Donegal 2-14  Kerry 1-22   After Extra Time
(Full Time: Donegal 2-09  Kerry 0-15)
Laois 3-10  Cavan 0-10
Mayo 3-08  Westmeath 1-13
Monaghan 1-16  Tyrone 3-07

Quarter Final Draw:
Armagh v Laois
Cork v Mayo
Dublin v Kerry
Galway v Monaghan

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General discussion / 23 - 06
« on: June 23, 2014, 03:30:46 AM »

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GAA Discussion / Comórtas Peile na Gaedhealtachta 2014
« on: May 26, 2014, 08:01:30 PM »
Maigh Cuilinn
Friday 30th May to Monday 2nd June.

Senior Football Championship
Dia Sathairn   31 - 05 - 14
Mícheál Breathnach(Galway) v Gaoth Dobhair(All Ireland Champions 2013)
10-30am

An Rinn(Waterford) v An Ghaeltacht(Kerry)
2-15pm

Cill na Martra(Cork) v Cill Chartha(Donegal)
2-30pm

Cill tSéadhna(Mayo) v Mícheál Breathnach/Gaoth Dobhair
7-30pm

Dia Domhnaigh   01 - 06 - 14
Semi Finals
An Rinn/An Ghaeltacht v Cill tSéadhna/Mícheál Breathnach/Gaoth Dobhair   live on TG4
5-45pm

Maigh Cuilinn(Galway - Hosts) v Cill na Martra/Cill Chartha   live on TG4
7-30pm

Dia Luain   02 - 06 - 14
Final
Maigh Cuilinn/Cill na Martra/Cill Chartha  v  An Rinn/An Ghaeltacht/Cill tSéadhna/Mícheál Breathnach/Gaoth Dobhair
4-00pm   live on TG4

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5 days of crowds similar to AI final day will be bananas. I'm taking my holidays on the Friday and getting the fcuk out of there.


Coming to Béal Feirsde soon - from a new front - but right inside Andytown this time.
Secure your home and get away as far as you can manage from what will be unleashed by these people.
http://gaaboard.com/board/index.php?topic=24314.msg1322790;topicseen#new
That oul saying 'Your Own's The Worst.'
Suits our needs for 40 years it has been said by those who are well paid.
40 years of down the courts every day if necessary says the area.
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GAA Discussion / Postponed/Called Off/In Doubt
« on: February 01, 2014, 03:10:03 PM »

down v monaghan postponed until tomorrow at 2pm


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