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General discussion / cheap multi region DVD players - ideas?
« on: May 15, 2007, 09:18:32 AM »
anyone reccommend where I should go to buy a cheap multi region DVD player.
Doesnt need to be home theatre etc
just be decent quality, has good picture and will not break inside 6 months.
Prefer a brand name, but am open to suggestion/reccomendations

Dublin area preferably. Maybe an Online shop - again if you can reccomend it personally.

thanks

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Derry / Kevin Lynch’s Hurling Club annual Golf Day
« on: March 27, 2007, 10:16:10 AM »
Kevin Lynch’s Hurling Club annual Golf Day

The Kevin Lynch’s Hurling Club annual Golf Day will take place Easter Monday, the 9th of April, at Moyola Golf Club, Castledawson Co. Derry. Anyone looking a tee off time can you please contact Barney McGrellis on 07743895266 or contact the web team at www.kevinlynchs.com.

info@kevinlynchs.com

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GAA Discussion / Gaelic football rules/rulebook
« on: January 08, 2007, 01:50:49 PM »
could anyone help me out
is there an online copy of the football rules?

I need to see where a certain part of play is outlined to be illegal.

it is the jumping for a ball and elevating yourself off a jumping opponents back a la aussie rules style

thanks

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GAA Discussion / Dublin League final
« on: December 22, 2006, 11:53:47 AM »
won by Thomas Davis last night as they beat Rownd Towers Clondalkin 0-9  to 0-6.

Two teams very quick and attempting to play a mixture of basketball and Tyrone style all men behind the ball (without the diving).
Ball handling poor on a cold but good night for football.
Two seemingly young sides that lacked composure and played at breakneck speed - without actually moving the ball very fas as they were soo keen to handpass the ball and not lose posession, the attacks were darn slow to get up the pitch , then ultimately be met with a 13 man defence behind each 65 yard line.

Paul Curran and Darren Homan were managers of the defeated Towers side whose wayward shooting let them down as the posession they had should have won them the game - based in second half perf.

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