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Anyone know where the best place to see the Rabo final in Boston next weekend? closer to Quincy the better. Thanks

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Just asked a mate that lives over there and he's suggested here: http://www.lironboylston.com

Not quite Quincy, but he doesn't reckon the places around there are likely to show it.
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Need to meet a friend in Dublin city centre tomorrow, where apart from Sinnotts would definitely be showing tomorrows game(Grafton Street area preferabley)?

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dave13 wrote:Need to meet a friend in Dublin city centre tomorrow, where apart from Sinnotts would definitely be showing tomorrows game(Grafton Street area preferabley)?

The Duke usually shows them on a big screen beside the bar, and on small screens around the place. The Porterhouse will either a) be showing it anyway or b) will turn it on if you ask. They have four or five screens, and can show different channels on different screens, so will show it even if there's something else on.
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Thanks will try the Duke

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Will be in Oxford this weekend, any suggestions for a venue that may be showing the game against Munster?
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Gonna be in Krakow for the next year. Anyone know a bar that'll be showing the HC games?

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Is there a base in New York that shows rabo games??

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dod wrote:Is there a base in New York that shows rabo games??


Details here http://www.leinsterrugby.ie/mobile/team/results/10658.php

Manhatter saloon is the place for NYC. Match is on Fox soccer plus

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Anyone know of any boozers in Leixlip that will show the match on Saturday? I've a feeling the season defining game that is Sunderland v Spurs will take precedence in most pubs!

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Hey all. In Buenos Aires for the match on Saturday. Has anyone ever been here and know of any pubs that'll show it?

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BlueArmyOriginal wrote:Hey all. In Buenos Aires for the match on Saturday. Has anyone ever been here and know of any pubs that'll show it?

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BlueArmyOriginal wrote:Hey all. In Buenos Aires for the match on Saturday. Has anyone ever been here and know of any pubs that'll show it?

Cheers!


Irish / sports bars are normally a good starting point....

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Does anyone the best place to watch the Connaught match on Saturday in Puerto del Carmen?

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Hi all. Does anyone know of somewhere in Melbourne showing the Leinster games? I've just moved here. Thanks...

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Gang of us in town on Saturday, best place to watch the match?

Sorry wrong thread!

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Burt Kwouk wrote:Hi all. Does anyone know of somewhere in Melbourne showing the Leinster games? I've just moved here. Thanks...


Hard to find a place with the local licensing rules, the fact Setanta play a lot of our games live only on their website and not the tv doesn't help.

You could try the sports bar at Crown (Casino) given its open in the early hours.

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Cheers. Bridie Reilly's is doing the Six Nations, Leinster games seem trickier to find...

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Does anyone know a good spot to watch the Ulster match in Leeds?

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