Connacht on Friday

Forum to enable fans to provide help and tips on travel arrangements to away matches, as well as for opposition fans travelling to the Irish capital for matches.

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Mrs. Miggins wrote:I'm going to the match too but I'm staying over so I'll make my own way, see you in the sportsgrounds. Eve - Auntie Edna's (Uncle Mort's better half) favourite song is Sospan Fach so she can give you a bit of welsh coaching I'm sure !


Excellent! Mind you my Welsh isn't half bad either :wink:
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On the bus baby and it's Mullet plus two
Now that rugby's oldest bridesmaid has finally got hitched, she can cast a haughty glance towards Leinster, her high-living sister from Dublin, who, despite her immense beauty and vast potential, has trouble getting lucky.

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I bet you thought you were fluent on Saturday night !! :D

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Mrs. Miggins wrote:I bet you thought you were fluent on Saturday night !! :D


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:D Hello true blues. I'm going to Connacht too but also driving and staying over. Any idea of gathering place after? or even before if I make it there on time?

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Whats that pub pikey said?
Now that rugby's oldest bridesmaid has finally got hitched, she can cast a haughty glance towards Leinster, her high-living sister from Dublin, who, despite her immense beauty and vast potential, has trouble getting lucky.

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Garvey's, it's on Eyre Square near the Great Southern Hotel.

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Folks, I just discovered that the Galway Oyster Festival is on this weekend. So what you might ask - well the place is going to be packed, hotels are booked out and the paparazzi will be in town. What's a rugby gal to do.

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Bus trip for you Ice
Now that rugby's oldest bridesmaid has finally got hitched, she can cast a haughty glance towards Leinster, her high-living sister from Dublin, who, despite her immense beauty and vast potential, has trouble getting lucky.

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Then Garvey's it is
Now that rugby's oldest bridesmaid has finally got hitched, she can cast a haughty glance towards Leinster, her high-living sister from Dublin, who, despite her immense beauty and vast potential, has trouble getting lucky.

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icebaby wrote:Folks, I just discovered that the Galway Oyster Festival is on this weekend. So what you might ask - well the place is going to be packed, hotels are booked out and the paparazzi will be in town. What's a rugby gal to do.


Galway is a very small town - okay they call it a city but it's not a real city, bit like Kilkenny. Basically the place is too small to accomodate all the people in it on any given weekend - hence you gotta go to the nightclubs before 12 to get in - especially Halo. It's like that pretty much most weekends.

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Just looking at times and sh1t, would I be dreaming to think that if I left Rathmines at 3pm, I'd make it to the sportsground for kick off?

Am seriously thinking of focking off an hour early tomorrow evening, but 3pm is the earliest I could leave without taking a half day, which I can't do!

Won't bother if traffic will be shite.

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sexy_rexy wrote:Just looking at times and sh1t, would I be dreaming to think that if I left Rathmines at 3pm, I'd make it to the sportsground for kick off?

Am seriously thinking of focking off an hour early tomorrow evening, but 3pm is the earliest I could leave without taking a half day, which I can't do!

Won't bother if traffic will be shite.


I'd say if you left at three on the dot, you'd probably have a reasonable chance. Depends if you can get ahead of the general traffic leaving Dublin early and also the Moate situation.

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sexy_rexy wrote:Just looking at times and sh1t, would I be dreaming to think that if I left Rathmines at 3pm, I'd make it to the sportsground for kick off?

Am seriously thinking of focking off an hour early tomorrow evening, but 3pm is the earliest I could leave without taking a half day, which I can't do!

Won't bother if traffic will be shite.


GO FOR IT!!!

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Donny Brooke wrote:
sexy_rexy wrote:Just looking at times and sh1t, would I be dreaming to think that if I left Rathmines at 3pm, I'd make it to the sportsground for kick off?

Am seriously thinking of focking off an hour early tomorrow evening, but 3pm is the earliest I could leave without taking a half day, which I can't do!

Won't bother if traffic will be shite.


I'd say if you left at three on the dot, you'd probably have a reasonable chance. Depends if you can get ahead of the general traffic leaving Dublin early and also the Moate situation.


Put your pedal to the metal :D

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claire_m wrote:
Donny Brooke wrote:
sexy_rexy wrote:Just looking at times and sh1t, would I be dreaming to think that if I left Rathmines at 3pm, I'd make it to the sportsground for kick off?

Am seriously thinking of focking off an hour early tomorrow evening, but 3pm is the earliest I could leave without taking a half day, which I can't do!

Won't bother if traffic will be shite.


I'd say if you left at three on the dot, you'd probably have a reasonable chance. Depends if you can get ahead of the general traffic leaving Dublin early and also the Moate situation.


Put your pedal to the metal :D


and remember if you're stopped to invoke the Alex Fergusson defence to speeding charges
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yep you'd definitely make it - It's only ever taken me longer than three and half hours a couple of times and that's usually bank holiday weekends.

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Mullet have we got a banner sorted?

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Right, that's that then, I'm going down, and after a quick phone call looks like I may be spending the night too.

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