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


Its on BBC 2 NI so if you can find a pub with a satellite dish its on channel 972 on Sky and on 969 on Freesat iirc
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Anyone recommend anywhere near Victoria station in London to watch the match today?

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I guess the Bridge 1859 will have to be added now. It'll still be Bellamy's to me though I'm afraid.
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Further to my rant of a few days ago, does anyone know of a pub/venue in Howth (near the harbour/yacht club) that shows Leinster games?

I've emailed a few to ask, but no reply.

Want to have a plan for October 4th, or I'll be upset! :)

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O'Connells, just at start of the east pier.

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Awesome! Thanks!

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In NYC on Friday.
will head to Madhatter for the Connacht game at 2.15pm.
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Anyone know somewhere likely to be showing the leinster v Munster match in vegas on Saturday?

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In Florence anyone know a central sports bar that might have Bt sport?
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Hoping to Watch Ireland V Australia on Nov 22nd in NYC.... Anyone got any good suggestions?
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Ive already asked on this page but ill try again :) anyone know a decent pub in Leeds to watch the Munster match on the 26th. Tweeted a few with no luck.

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Don't suppose anyone knows where I can watch Leinster in Mulhouse, Alsace, France? I queried the local Irish bar but got no response.
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Looking for a pub in Orlando to watch Ireland v France tried the lucky leprechaun and they asked was that an African nations game :shock: any suggestions?

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Anywhere in Madrid I can catch the Scotland warmup game?

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Any rugby friendly pubs in Rosslare?

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Donny B. wrote:Any rugby friendly pubs in Rosslare?


Should be. There'll be fock all hurling for them to watch ;)
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Avenger wrote:
Donny B. wrote:Any rugby friendly pubs in Rosslare?


Should be. There'll be fock all hurling for them to watch ;)


Thanks for that great help!! :?

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Afternoon,
Over in New York on the weekend of the 17th/18th October.
Any reccomendations on a good place to watch the quarters? Manhattan ideally but can get around on the subway easily enough.
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Edit - wouldnt mind catching the Scarlets game if at all possible on the 16th either! Might just make it there in time!
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Try the Keg Room on I think its somewhere around West 33rd St
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Correction the Keg Room is on West 36th St between 5th & 6th Aves. Always great buzz for the 6N matches
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