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Old 12-06-2019, 09:47 PM
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Ah lads, girl has her demons. She has done wrong and will pay the price for that but in all fairness She's hardly the first sportstar nevermind the first gaa player to be involved in high profile incidents. Ted, Liam Dunne, john leahy, Cathal Barrett to name a couple.
Not condoning what she did, nor would I ever find it acceptable but hop on down off those high horses.
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I don't normally like your posts but this one is spot on.
Let's face it she "beautified" a Norrie wan. 😏
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Old 12-06-2019, 09:49 PM
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Hang on a second. She carried out an unprovoked attack with a hurley across the face of an opposing player, broke her helmet and left her face badly bruised. She got away with it because the ref didn't see it. After this incident she carried on as if nothing had happened and surprise surprise now shes up for assault over a separate incident. Some people are dangerous violent animals who need to be locked up. I have zero sympathy for her. She is a total gurrier plain and simple.
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Old 12-06-2019, 09:50 PM
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Lol@ the outrage because some chick got a slap in a niteclub. Happens week in week out, get over it. This one only ended up in court because it was Ash the Bash
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Old 12-06-2019, 09:52 PM
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Hang on a second. She carried out an unprovoked attack with a hurley across the face of an opposing player, broke her helmet and left her face badly bruised. She got away with it because the ref didn't see it. After this incident she carried on as if nothing had happened and surprise surprise now shes up for assault over a separate incident. Some people are dangerous violent animals who need to be locked up. I have zero sympathy for her. She is a total gurrier plain and simple.
Sounds similar to what Cork legend Diarmuid O Sullivan did to Derek Barrett a number of years ago.
Fair to say his reputation wasn't affected too much by what happened.
These things have been happening on the gaa pitch for over a century now. Not saying it's right but it happens.
She will have a criminal record for assault for the rest of her days, and possibly a stint locked up, which is possibly deserved but Taking pleasure in the troubles of others can't be good for the health.
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Old 12-06-2019, 09:53 PM
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I don't normally like your posts but this one is spot on.
Put down the sangria and get some sleep bumslapper.
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Old 12-06-2019, 10:19 PM
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Sounds similar to what Cork legend Diarmuid O Sullivan did to Derek Barrett a number of years ago.
Fair to say his reputation wasn't affected too much by what happened.
These things have been happening on the gaa pitch for over a century now. Not saying it's right but it happens.
She will have a criminal record for assault for the rest of her days, and possibly a stint locked up, which is possibly deserved but Taking pleasure in the troubles of others can't be good for the health.
If you think that kind of behaviour is common or even a once in a blue moon occurrence on a camogie field then you know nothing about the sport. The people on the sideline that day had never seen the like. Ask anyone in the Glen camogie set up about it. I'm taking pleasure in justice hopefully being served because she got away with common assault on a young girl that day and had zero remorse or qualms about her behaviour.
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Old 12-06-2019, 10:21 PM
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I also heard that she hit princess anna geary in the ankle one time at training in milford..this is way worse than flaking some norrie in a niteclub as Anna is our princess.
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Old 12-06-2019, 10:38 PM
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I also heard that she hit princess anna geary in the ankle one time at training in milford..this is way worse than flaking some norrie in a niteclub as Anna is our princess.
Anna's ankles are well able for it
Hopefully she will go after her now and have her locked up to please Dag
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Old 12-06-2019, 11:17 PM
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I'm taking pleasure in justice hopefully being served because she got away with common assault on a young girl that day and had zero remorse or qualms about her behaviour.
I'm sure you could find more fulfilling ways to get your kicks but each to their own I suppose.
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Old 12-06-2019, 11:25 PM
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I'm sure you could find more fulfilling ways to get your kicks but each to their own I suppose.
That's Dag for ya, he is a strange fish at the best of times
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