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Donny B. wrote:
R-Dog wrote:Any suggestions of a good (Leinster friendly :) ) place in Cork to watch the Munster V Leinster game next week.

Group of 15 on a stag so somewhere that we could possibly book an area and that does food too


Only time I was in Cork for a Leinster Munster game, Clancys looked after us well.

Free fingerfood too.

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Lazarus wrote:
Donny B. wrote:
R-Dog wrote:Any suggestions of a good (Leinster friendly :) ) place in Cork to watch the Munster V Leinster game next week.

Group of 15 on a stag so somewhere that we could possibly book an area and that does food too


Only time I was in Cork for a Leinster Munster game, Clancys looked after us well.

Free fingerfood too.

Cissie youngs or Rob Roy


Cheers for the suggestions Folks

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can anyone suggest somewhere in newcastle to catch the game this sat please?
UK newcastle, dont want a repeat of a Perth based incident from earlier in the year :)
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simonokeeffe wrote:can anyone suggest somewhere in newcastle to catch the game this sat please?
UK newcastle, dont want a repeat of a Perth based incident from earlier in the year :)


Take yourself up to the Irish Centre - they will hopefully have it on one of the screens.
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nice one

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simonokeeffe wrote:nice one

2 free tickets to the stand comedy club this weekend by way of thanks, just let me know which night you want if interested/not otherwise engaged


Cool, I wa going to tip along on Friday anyway - Saturday I might be over excited or too depressed.

Hope they stick it on but I will phone them tomorrow and ask. You know where to go?
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yeah its just up the road from where i'm stayingi'll get the stand to guestlist you + 1 for friday
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simonokeeffe wrote:yeah its just up the road from where i'm stayingi'll get the stand to guestlist you + 1 for friday

What's the story? Should he heckle you? Or not?

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johng wrote:
simonokeeffe wrote:yeah its just up the road from where i'm stayingi'll get the stand to guestlist you + 1 for friday

What's the story? Should he heckle you? Or not?


I'm already on thin ice in that place for using their disabled bog in the bar rather than going downstairs. Some people's children :evil:
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domhnallj wrote:
johng wrote:
simonokeeffe wrote:yeah its just up the road from where i'm stayingi'll get the stand to guestlist you + 1 for friday

What's the story? Should he heckle you? Or not?
:x

I'm already on thin ice in that place for using their disabled bog in the bar rather than going downstairs. Some people's children :evil:


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i got heckled by the wife of the big bald guy in the rabodirect pro12 ad at a gig once
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Heading to Galway this wkend. & Will miss the match.GRRRRR
Any1 know of a Good pub to watch the games?
Tankin u

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Try Garvey's on Eyre Square, they're pretty good to us when we head to Connacht games

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Ellwoods on the way in on the left. comming from the sportsground to Eyre square.

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Hi all, does anyone know a good place to watch the game in Madrid this weekend?

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madridlion wrote:We are a crowd of Leinster fans in Madrid and we watch Magnier´s games in The James Joyce and Heineken games in Finnegan´s.

Page one of this thread. I think this guy has lived there for a long while. Post from 2010

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Nice one thanks!

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Does anyone know any pubs in Brusells that is likely to show the Amlin final??
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Donald wrote:Does anyone know any pubs in Brusells that is likely to show the Amlin final??


There's a place listed in the Blue Planet guide

http://www.leinsterrugby.ie/files/downl ... et2013.pdf

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Donald wrote:Does anyone know any pubs in Brusells that is likely to show the Amlin final??

There's a big Irish pub bang in the centre called O'Reillys, opposite the bourse, I've watched rugby there twice - but I just googled to remind myself of its name and there appears to be another good candidate, the promisingly-named '6 nations' pub which self-describes as a rugby pub! So that might be worth a visit..

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