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Old 24-01-2007, 08:07 AM
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Default Munster to play ERC quarter final in Killarney

oh no they won't hahahhahaha
stupid pricks, won't they ever learn? all the talk now is of where Munster and Leinster will play in the "home" semi finals!!! and the possibilty of an ALL Ireland final to quote Shane O'Donaghue on rte sport last night, I nearly crashed the car.
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Old 24-01-2007, 08:13 AM
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cant say I didnt find the whole shenanigans last week about protesting to get one of the GAA stadia open for the quarter final a bit premature. Was'nt a bit sorry to see them beaten after all the trash that was written and the arse licking that was passed on towards the GAA in recent weeks.

Felt quite smug with myself on saturday actually after the game having predicted Leicester to win.
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Old 24-01-2007, 08:17 AM
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oh no they won't hahahhahaha
stupid pricks, won't they ever learn? all the talk now is of where Munster and Leinster will play in the "home" semi finals!!! and the possibilty of an ALL Ireland final to quote Shane O'Donaghue on rte sport last night, I nearly crashed the car.
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The Munster Leinster final will probably be played in Reading, or somewhere suitably suitable.......
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Old 24-01-2007, 10:47 AM
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cant say I didnt find the whole shenanigans last week about protesting to get one of the GAA stadia open for the quarter final a bit premature. Was'nt a bit sorry to see them beaten after all the trash that was written and the arse licking that was passed on towards the GAA in recent weeks.

Felt quite smug with myself on saturday actually after the game having predicted Leicester to win.
Really?
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Old 24-01-2007, 10:51 AM
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Really?
http://www.peoplesrepublicofcork.com...22#post1354222

Yup. Was all going according to plan til Van Persie scored on sunday.
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Old 24-01-2007, 10:59 AM
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oh no they won't hahahhahaha
stupid pricks, won't they ever learn? all the talk now is of where Munster and Leinster will play in the "home" semi finals!!! and the possibilty of an ALL Ireland final to quote Shane O'Donaghue on rte sport last night, I nearly crashed the car.
They talked about it, because there is a great confidence about the two teams & Irish Rugby in general over the last few years. It's not a bad thing to have naturally assumed that there was a strong chance they'd qualify to the semi's. I mean, Gloucester were playing fairly shite for most of the HC & well, Leicester were coming to Thomond park. They are not "stupid pricks" and no, you didn't "nearly crashed the car".
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Old 24-01-2007, 11:10 AM
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They talked about it, because there is a great confidence about the two teams & Irish Rugby in general over the last few years. It's not a bad thing to have naturally assumed that there was a strong chance they'd qualify to the semi's. I mean, Gloucester were playing fairly shite for most of the HC & well, Leicester were coming to Thomond park. They are not "stupid pricks" and no, you didn't "nearly crashed the car".
you are confusing confidence with arrogance, schoolboy error
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