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BallyhaiseMan

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Re: Underdogs or even 'Dirty Dogs'
« Reply #15 on: November 24, 2006, 04:55:00 PM »
im disappointed i missed that now  :'(

u didn't miss much sure isn't that crack going on down at the annalee in ballyhaise every sunday morning after mass  :P

first ive heard of that...might take a trip down there with the binoculors next Sunday so  :D


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Re: Underdogs or even 'Dirty Dogs'
« Reply #16 on: November 24, 2006, 05:03:30 PM »
no, they should be allowed into the Dublin championship though. Everyone else is allowed into it so why not!

ha ha ... good point ... feck it sher the all stars may aswell join in the craic as well 

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Re: Underdogs or even 'Dirty Dogs'
« Reply #17 on: November 24, 2006, 05:06:31 PM »
im disappointed i missed that now  :'(

u didn't miss much sure isn't that crack going on down at the annalee in ballyhaise every sunday morning after mass  :P

first ive heard of that...might take a trip down there with the binoculors next Sunday so  :D


i don't think u'd need the binoculors  ;D



BallyhaiseMan

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Re: Underdogs or even 'Dirty Dogs'
« Reply #18 on: November 24, 2006, 05:14:36 PM »
 ;D   
Think i might apply to be a trainer for the next Underdogs female competition....
why should yawn Galways lad get all the fun   ;D

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Re: Underdogs
« Reply #19 on: December 04, 2006, 10:32:47 AM »
well anybody heading along, this weekend, In cork sat night V Cork at Pairc n Rinn. Should be entertaining night.

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Re: Underdogs or even 'Dirty Dogs'
« Reply #20 on: December 04, 2006, 12:49:07 PM »
Underdogs in action against Cork
04 December 2006


On Saturday 9th of December the Underdogs will take on the might of All-Ireland Ladies Football Champions Cork on the hallowed turf of a floodlit Páirc Uí Rinn. Since the trials process in May the Underdogs have faced vigorous mental and physical training, gruelling discipline and a ruthless elimination process. Their strength, stamina and skill has been tested by inter-county sides. They have faced every challenge head-on, honing their abilities, increasing their pace and cementing their bond.

The end result is a strong, fit, determined panel confident of taking on Cork in their own back yard. The Underdogs are in effect themselves an inter-county team and a force to be reckoned with. This is a challenge that Cork will take seriously, particularly after the Underdogs’ sensational defeat in 2004 of All-Ireland Football Champions, Kerry. That was a thrilling battle and one which proved, once again, that on the day the Underdog always have a chance.

The stage is now set for what promises to be an exciting and memorable event. Led by their captain Sarah O’Donovan from Cork, the Underdogs squad represents 15 counties in total. All-Ireland Champions Cork are intent on preserving their status as the best team in the country. The Underdogs have cemented - deep within each and every one of them - the belief that they are the ones who will shatter that status. Let the battle commence....

Ticets are priced at €10 and go on sale from Saturday 2nd December and are available at all Cummins Sports Retail Outlets in Cork (Princes St, North Main St, Douglas/Ballincollig/Blackpool Shopping Centres). Tickets on sale at Páirc Uí Rinn from 5pm on Match-Day. Children U-14 free admission - primary schools welcome to book free tickets for collection at gates on match day (see contact details below). The proceeds from the sale of tickets will go to The Hope Foundation.