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Old 30-10-2008, 09:01 AM
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Default Munstershire GAA on verge of double...

We should really get behind the lads on saturday...might be our only chance to see Cathal Naughton and Tom Kenny in representative action for the next year, and if the footballers in cork follow suit, maybe them too...

Unlikely i know, but it would be ironic if the lads only representative action between now and 2010 was for the provincial sides and not Cork...bearing in mind some of the comments from the so called GAA heads towards Munster rugby- lamps, Polly and crew...

Maybe they are already busy sourcing Munster GAA jerseys for saturday's double header in Portlaoise -150,000 expected in O'Moore Park....the Fields of Athenry will get a good airing i'd say...
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We should really get behind the lads on saturday...might be our only chance to see Cathal Naughton and Tom Kenny in representative action for the next year, and if the footballers in cork follow suit, maybe them too...

Unlikely i know, but it would be ironic if the lads only representative action between now and 2010 was for the provincial sides and not Cork...bearing in mind some of the comments from the so called GAA heads towards Munster rugby- lamps, Polly and crew...

Maybe they are already busy sourcing Munster GAA jerseys for saturday's double header in Portlaoise -150,000 expected in O'Moore Park....the Fields of Athenry will get a good airing i'd say...
Unlike the rugby the players in all honesty couldnt care less about these games. If they were worth anything more than tradition then maybe the lads down in Oz might have stayed at home.

As for seeing Cathal Naughton & Tom Kenny play, if they're not wearing the red of Cork I'd rather see them line up for their clubs than for 'our province'.
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Old 30-10-2008, 11:25 AM
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Unlike the rugby the players in all honesty couldnt care less about these games. If they were worth anything more than tradition then maybe the lads down in Oz might have stayed at home.

As for seeing Cathal Naughton & Tom Kenny play, if they're not wearing the red of Cork I'd rather see them line up for their clubs than for 'our province'.
Wait until the GAA 'franchise' out the provinces..it will be huge...Paddy's weekend...

Hurling Final - Leinster Lumberjacks V Munster Maulers

Football Final - Ulster Warriors V Connacht Chiefs


The SFI will be wetting themselves with excitement on their barstools in Santa Ponsa...
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Old 30-10-2008, 11:36 AM
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Wait until the GAA 'franchise' out the provinces..it will be huge...Paddy's weekend...

Hurling Final - Leinster Lumberjacks V Munster Maulers

Football Final - Ulster Warriors V Connacht Chiefs


The SFI will be wetting themselves with excitement on their barstools in Santa Ponsa...
Yes traditional Senior All Ireland club final weekend.

The disregard for this competition is shown in equal measure by players & supporters. For instance Munster have a player lining up this weekend who cant get on his county team & made 1 sub appearance in a game in which his team had a strong lead.

And for all that I couldnt even tell you who Munster are playing in either final.
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o/wummage.
Still about ten times better wummage than you manage then...
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aye, hence the multitude of replies this topic has received compared to a SFI blockbuster, look and learn from the masters sunshine
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aye, hence the multitude of replies this topic has received compared to a SFI blockbuster, look and learn from the masters sunshine
I'm not nerdy enough to care about such things, unlike you and the Flaws...internet post count kings, masters of internet beatings, pwnage princes...that's your world pal...
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someone is rattled, and badly rattled at that
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someone is rattled, and badly rattled at that
The old ones are the best...I presume you can't make it over for the games in Portlaoise this weekend ?

Pity it's on same day as Cork City's Setanta Cup Final...but at least you can watch that on the box...
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