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Re: Quarter final

Post by Rooster » Thu Jan 30, 2014 7:46 pm

Russ wrote:Seats in yet?

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Re: Quarter final

Post by Wee Woman » Thu Jan 30, 2014 8:42 pm

daveysemtex wrote:
Windeos wrote:
daveysemtex wrote:damn it, would appear the fight is the Friday night
daveysemtex wrote:apparently the fight is the Friday night because promoters are expecting 50,000 ulstermen to be in dublin on the 5th
Clearly your not an Ulster fan. First off, why would you be disappointed that the fight is on a Friday night and therefore not interfering in the Rugby at all?

It's a good thing is it not that the game is due to be a sell out of 18,000 fans at the brand spanking new Ravenhill??

Then you continue talking out of your crozier, talking about 50,000 going to Dublin?

Load of guff
id advise a wee £10 enterprise rtn to dublin for the 5th April, quids in lad
:) :) :)

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Re: Quarter final

Post by BR » Thu Jan 30, 2014 9:16 pm

Wee Woman wrote:
daveysemtex wrote:
Windeos wrote:
daveysemtex wrote:damn it, would appear the fight is the Friday night
daveysemtex wrote:apparently the fight is the Friday night because promoters are expecting 50,000 ulstermen to be in dublin on the 5th
Clearly your not an Ulster fan. First off, why would you be disappointed that the fight is on a Friday night and therefore not interfering in the Rugby at all?

It's a good thing is it not that the game is due to be a sell out of 18,000 fans at the brand spanking new Ravenhill??

Then you continue talking out of your crozier, talking about 50,000 going to Dublin?

Load of guff
id advise a wee £10 enterprise rtn to dublin for the 5th April, quids in lad
:) :) :)

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Re: Quarter final

Post by Windeos » Thu Jan 30, 2014 9:40 pm

BR wrote:
Wee Woman wrote:
Not quite sure what you're on mate.
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Re: Quarter final

Post by daveysemtex » Thu Jan 30, 2014 9:46 pm

Wee Woman wrote:
daveysemtex wrote:
Windeos wrote:
daveysemtex wrote:damn it, would appear the fight is the Friday night
daveysemtex wrote:apparently the fight is the Friday night because promoters are expecting 50,000 ulstermen to be in dublin on the 5th
Clearly your not an Ulster fan. First off, why would you be disappointed that the fight is on a Friday night and therefore not interfering in the Rugby at all?

It's a good thing is it not that the game is due to be a sell out of 18,000 fans at the brand spanking new Ravenhill??

Then you continue talking out of your crozier, talking about 50,000 going to Dublin?

Load of guff
id advise a wee £10 enterprise rtn to dublin for the 5th April, quids in lad
:) :) :)

Not quite sure what you're on mate.
the 10.20 enterprise to dublin on the 5th April

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Re: Quarter final

Post by ColinM » Thu Jan 30, 2014 9:53 pm

Have a nice day down in D4 Davey. Horse show house should have the match on.

I'll be in Ravers :cheers:

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Re: Quarter final

Post by Wee Woman » Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:36 pm

daveysemtex wrote:
Wee Woman wrote:
daveysemtex wrote:
Windeos wrote:
daveysemtex wrote:damn it, would appear the fight is the Friday night
daveysemtex wrote:apparently the fight is the Friday night because promoters are expecting 50,000 ulstermen to be in dublin on the 5th
Clearly your not an Ulster fan. First off, why would you be disappointed that the fight is on a Friday night and therefore not interfering in the Rugby at all?

It's a good thing is it not that the game is due to be a sell out of 18,000 fans at the brand spanking new Ravenhill??

Then you continue talking out of your crozier, talking about 50,000 going to Dublin?

Load of guff
id advise a wee £10 enterprise rtn to dublin for the 5th April, quids in lad
:) :) :)

Not quite sure what you're on mate.
the 10.20 enterprise to dublin on the 5th April

:)

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Re: Quarter final

Post by Rooster » Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:54 pm

Wee Woman wrote:
Not quite sure what you're on mate.
davysemtex wrote:the 10.20 enterprise to dublin on the 5th April


Thats ok then as he will just about make it back in time to Ravenhill
He would be better off getting the 10:35 though :roll:
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Re: Quarter final

Post by Snipe Watson » Thu Jan 30, 2014 11:20 pm

daveysemtex wrote:apparently the fight is the Friday night because promoters are expecting 50,000 ulstermen to be in dublin on the 5th
Davey why would you or any other Ulsterman be in Dublin on 5 April?
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Re: Quarter final

Post by Rooster » Thu Jan 30, 2014 11:48 pm

Snipe Watson wrote:
daveysemtex wrote:apparently the fight is the Friday night because promoters are expecting 50,000 ulstermen to be in dublin on the 5th
Davey why would you or any other Ulsterman be in Dublin on 5 April?
Perhaps Willie Frazer is having a march ?
The 50,000 supporters of his sounds very far fetched though :scratch:
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Re: Quarter final

Post by Cornerfleg » Fri Jan 31, 2014 2:50 pm

Who is Willie Frazer fighting ... that would be worth going to see?
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Re: Quarter final

Post by Cap'n Grumpy » Fri Jan 31, 2014 3:00 pm

Rooster wrote:
Snipe wrote:Davey why would you or any other Ulsterman be in Dublin on 5 April?
Perhaps Willie Frazer is having a march ?
Why would Willie Frazer be having March in April? :scratch:

Is the Calendar wrong again?

Has he worked out that thon Pope Gregory fellah wasn't so smart after all ....... or just wishing it?
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Re: Quarter final

Post by Rooster » Fri Jan 31, 2014 3:04 pm

Has our Rory defected to Leinster or Munster or even Connacht ?
Press seem to think so >threaten
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Re: Quarter final

Post by BR » Fri Jan 31, 2014 3:06 pm

Cornerfleg wrote:Who is Willie Frazer fighting ... that would be worth going to see?
Vitali Klitschko - for the undisputed street protest crown.
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Re: Quarter final

Post by Cornerfleg » Fri Jan 31, 2014 3:22 pm

Is Barry singing Danny Boy before it again?????
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