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Originally posted by StopTheLights StopTheLights wrote:

I don't live in Dublin so I have to travel up for matches. Tallaght is an absolute hassle to get to, especially as I don't have access to a car. The Aviva is miles more accessible and would be for most people I'd say. And 40 euro for two matches in the Aviva is a good price!
Tallaght is on a Luas stop. Lansdowne on a Dart Stop. Both from Connolly - not much difference.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Godzilla Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Mar 2024 at 12:21pm
Originally posted by wicklowrunner wicklowrunner wrote:

Originally posted by StopTheLights StopTheLights wrote:

I don't live in Dublin so I have to travel up for matches. Tallaght is an absolute hassle to get to, especially as I don't have access to a car. The Aviva is miles more accessible and would be for most people I'd say. And 40 euro for two matches in the Aviva is a good price!
Tallaght is on a Luas stop. Lansdowne on a Dart Stop. Both from Connolly - not much difference.

The Luas Red Line is great craic.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote notpropaganda73 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Mar 2024 at 12:42pm
Originally posted by wicklowrunner wicklowrunner wrote:

Originally posted by StopTheLights StopTheLights wrote:

I don't live in Dublin so I have to travel up for matches. Tallaght is an absolute hassle to get to, especially as I don't have access to a car. The Aviva is miles more accessible and would be for most people I'd say. And 40 euro for two matches in the Aviva is a good price!
Tallaght is on a Luas stop. Lansdowne on a Dart Stop. Both from Connolly - not much difference.

takes a lot longer to get to Tallaght on the Luas than getting to Lansdowne on the Dart like 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TBWRA Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Mar 2024 at 1:31pm
Originally posted by wicklowrunner wicklowrunner wrote:

Originally posted by StopTheLights StopTheLights wrote:

I don't live in Dublin so I have to travel up for matches. Tallaght is an absolute hassle to get to, especially as I don't have access to a car. The Aviva is miles more accessible and would be for most people I'd say. And 40 euro for two matches in the Aviva is a good price!
Tallaght is on a Luas stop. Lansdowne on a Dart Stop. Both from Connolly - not much difference.

Light years apart in terms of experience absolutely no comparison , a 40 minute trek to City Centre on the Luas isn't much fun with children at 10pm I would imagine.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Pinginí Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Mar 2024 at 2:14pm
Originally posted by wicklowrunner wicklowrunner wrote:

Originally posted by StopTheLights StopTheLights wrote:

I don't live in Dublin so I have to travel up for matches. Tallaght is an absolute hassle to get to, especially as I don't have access to a car. The Aviva is miles more accessible and would be for most people I'd say. And 40 euro for two matches in the Aviva is a good price!
Tallaght is on a Luas stop. Lansdowne on a Dart Stop. Both from Connolly - not much difference.

You're comparing a 15min commute on the dart to a 1 hour commute on the Red Line. They're not even comparible. Tallaght stadium is a nightmare compared to the Aviva.
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Originally posted by Pinginí Pinginí wrote:

Originally posted by wicklowrunner wicklowrunner wrote:

Originally posted by StopTheLights StopTheLights wrote:

I don't live in Dublin so I have to travel up for matches. Tallaght is an absolute hassle to get to, especially as I don't have access to a car. The Aviva is miles more accessible and would be for most people I'd say. And 40 euro for two matches in the Aviva is a good price!
Tallaght is on a Luas stop. Lansdowne on a Dart Stop. Both from Connolly - not much difference.

You're comparing a 15min commute on the dart to a 1 hour commute on the Red Line. They're not even comparible. Tallaght stadium is a nightmare compared to the Aviva.

Not when you are from Tallaght Big smile
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I'd rather walk from town to Tallaght that get that poxy LUAS.
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

I'd rather walk from town to Tallaght that get that poxy LUAS.
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WNT season ticket holders should have a link to purchase tickets for France away in Metz.  The link will be made available to the general public within 48 hours.  Note we have an allocation of almost 1,500 tickets which should be plenty.  Tickets are priced at €10 & €7.  #COYGIG  


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Originally posted by gspain gspain wrote:

WNT season ticket holders should have a link to purchase tickets for France away in Metz.  The link will be made available to the general public within 48 hours.  Note we have an allocation of almost 1,500 tickets which should be plenty.  Tickets are priced at €10 & €7.  #COYGIG  


Nice pricing structure.
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Individual tickets for the England match on sale today, €25 adult, €10 junior, €60 family 
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Anna Patton getting called up is a huge surprise 
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Does anyone know what happened to the Flanagan girl at Everton that was supposed to be getting a call up.
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Originally posted by cwh2018 cwh2018 wrote:

Does anyone know what happened to the Flanagan girl at Everton that was supposed to be getting a call up.
Was that just a rumour or was it in the process of happening? Finnigan is still at Everton alongside Brosnan and Payne anyway so I'd imagine it might have happened a bit sooner if she was switching. Then again doesn't that whole process take ages sometimes?
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It was reported by John Fallon that she was going to join the squad sometime last year.  If the connection is grandparents might take a while to get the paperwork sorted, she may think she still has a chance with England.
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Feels like every squad now means looking up on Google a new player with previously unknown ireland links. I'm not complaining though if it improves the quality of the squad it will be good thing.
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Yeah had to look Patten up too. Seems like a great get.
Before the World Cup you would have been worried at the age of our defensive line;
Fahey 36, Caldwell 35, Quinn 33

But the additions of Hayes 28, Mannion 28 & now Patten 24 have really sorted that out, if not arguably improved it with Patten & Mannion being top flight players.

Nolan 27 & O'Riordan 29 could feel aggrieved though, not getting in the squad ahead of the likes of Caldwell especially.
Nolan's Crystal Palace are in 2nd place in the Championship, just 1pt behind 1st place & with a game in hand. She could be playing top flight next season (with Atkinson & Larkin there, too).

Originally posted by cwh2018 cwh2018 wrote:

It was reported by John Fallon that she was going to join the squad sometime last year.  If the connection is grandparents might take a while to get the paperwork sorted, she may think she still has a chance with England.


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