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good win for the dubs against the juiced up wildlings from north of the wall.


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Originally posted by Bo Jackson Bo Jackson wrote:

It's a shame the GAA have kept a leash on Dublin games in Croker for the Championship. They always bring great numbers with them that boost local economies. I'm looking forward to travelling down with them to Salthill on Paddys weekend LOL

Girl in our work says she copped off with a dub in Sally's Saturday night as well, wouldn't elaborate any further
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Originally posted by bogball88 bogball88 wrote:

Originally posted by Bo Jackson Bo Jackson wrote:

It's a shame the GAA have kept a leash on Dublin games in Croker for the Championship. They always bring great numbers with them that boost local economies. I'm looking forward to travelling down with them to Salthill on Paddys weekend LOL

Girl in our work says she copped off with a dub in Sally's Saturday night as well, wouldn't elaborate any further
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Tipp selector in Hospital after a collision on the sideline where he anded up banging his head off a wall. Stood up but then collapsed again.

http://www.the42.ie/tipperary-selector-shane-stapleton-3846967-Feb2018/
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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Tipp selector in Hospital after a collision on the sideline where he anded up banging his head off a wall. Stood up but then collapsed again.

http://www.the42.ie/tipperary-selector-shane-stapleton-3846967-Feb2018/



That article is very confusing. It says yer man bundled into Stapleton while going for the ball yet says he got a straight red for the incident.
Eamonn Dunphy:"I'll tell you who wrote it, Rod Liddle, he's the guy who ran away and left his wife for a young one".

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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Tipp selector in Hospital after a collision on the sideline where he anded up banging his head off a wall. Stood up but then collapsed again.

http://www.the42.ie/tipperary-selector-shane-stapleton-3846967-Feb2018/



That article is very confusing. It says yer man bundled into Stapleton while going for the ball yet says he got a straight red for the incident.
yeah, i just took it that something happened in the initial “competing”for the ball that led to the collision being the reason.

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Absolutely nothing malicious in it despite the horse manure being spouted on newstalk
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Originally posted by familyguy familyguy wrote:


Absolutely nothing malicious in it despite the horse manure being spouted on newstalk



That's the way I took it from first reading. WTF was the ref at
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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

Originally posted by familyguy familyguy wrote:


Absolutely nothing malicious in it despite the horse manure being spouted on newstalk



That's the way I took it from first reading. WTF was the ref at
 
By all accounts he was beyond hoorendous
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Looks like we might have seen the last of Bernard Brogan for Dublin. Done his ACL in training last week
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shame about Bernard brogans' injury, I like donegals new away jersey , same as their old home jersey before they changed to their yellow top and green shorts from AI SF 1992 onwards Smile
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Although we have no points after 3 games I think the league has been very good for us so far

I was pleasantly surprised by our performance at the weekend after a slow start we settled into the game and feel like we have the dubs a decent game off it. Was happy to see Declan stick to the attacking gameplan as personally thought he may revert to the ultra defensive style to try keep the score respectable

Few young lads played well on Saturday especially Stephen mcbearty who is finally getting a chance to show rest of Ireland what he capable off. Paddy mcbearty continued his great early season form scoring 7 points (bringing his tally for 2018 to 1:42 in 5 games)

We defended a bit better and didn't give up any goals which is a positive but still can improve in this area the likes of Frank mcglynn, Neil McGee and paddy McGrath to come back yet which will help do that

I still think we can stay up have kildare, Tyrone, monaghan and mayo left to play. Think 2 or 3 wins in them games be enough to survive in the division
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Tiernan McCann broke his kneecap
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Originally posted by bogball88 bogball88 wrote:

Tiernan McCann broke his kneecap
but is his hair ok?
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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by bogball88 bogball88 wrote:

Tiernan McCann broke his kneecap
but is his hair ok?





Thought about posting something like this earlier
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David Brady whinging about Aidan O'Shea being 'targeted' by saying "Its an absolute disgrace the way Aidan O'Shea is getting treated".

Thought they made 'em tough out Wesht?
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Originally posted by Blue Man Blue Man wrote:

David Brady whinging about Aidan O'Shea being 'targeted' by saying "Its an absolute disgrace the way Aidan O'Shea is getting treated".

Thought they made 'em tough out Wesht?
I assume he said nothing about O’Shea kneeling on a Galway plaers head on the ground while trying to wrestle the ball away?
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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by Blue Man Blue Man wrote:

David Brady whinging about Aidan O'Shea being 'targeted' by saying "Its an absolute disgrace the way Aidan O'Shea is getting treated".

Thought they made 'em tough out Wesht?
I assume he said nothing about O’Shea kneeling on a Galway plaers head on the ground while trying to wrestle the ball away?

He didn't. Must've slipped his mind along with that little rat O'Connor's assault I guess you could call it. In line with GAA protocol, I'm assuming a minimum 12 week ban will be on the way...
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