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Re: Drums 'n' flags

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apple sourz wrote:Ok folks this is the up to date story.

I'm meeting with the lovely representitives of BSOI this week and I think they want to do small flags a-la Munster. Easy to carry and look deadly when you have zillions of them. We have also some flags left in the container at Donnybrook so we should have them also.

BSOI and young Andy are working on additional drums so again hope to have word soon.

If people want to go ahead and get a banner done (count me in for a few quid) try Mc Gowans of Cork Street. They make all the flags/banners for Leinster and I'm sure they'll look after us.


Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!! :wink:

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Re: Drums 'n' flags

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apple sourz wrote:
apple sourz wrote:Ok folks this is the up to date story.

I'm meeting with the lovely representitives of BSOI this week and I think they want to do small flags a-la Munster. Easy to carry and look deadly when you have zillions of them. We have also some flags left in the container at Donnybrook so we should have them also.

BSOI and young Andy are working on additional drums so again hope to have word soon.

If people want to go ahead and get a banner done (count me in for a few quid) try Mc Gowans of Cork Street. They make all the flags/banners for Leinster and I'm sure they'll look after us.


Good work Apple!!! Especially the shirt, that's fockin brilliant!!!! :D

Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!! :wink:
Flash ahhhh ahhh, he'll save every one of us

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Re: Drums 'n' flags

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apple sourz wrote:
apple sourz wrote:Ok folks this is the up to date story.

I'm meeting with the lovely representitives of BSOI this week and I think they want to do small flags a-la Munster. Easy to carry and look deadly when you have zillions of them. We have also some flags left in the container at Donnybrook so we should have them also.

BSOI and young Andy are working on additional drums so again hope to have word soon.

If people want to go ahead and get a banner done (count me in for a few quid) try Mc Gowans of Cork Street. They make all the flags/banners for Leinster and I'm sure they'll look after us.



Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!! :wink:



Well done, was actually talking to True Blue yesterday about one of those Crowd Banners, great idea! :idea:

So we forget about buying flags, and concentrate on making some noise! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Drums 'n' flags

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harryp wrote:
apple sourz wrote:
apple sourz wrote:Ok folks this is the up to date story.

I'm meeting with the lovely representitives of BSOI this week and I think they want to do small flags a-la Munster. Easy to carry and look deadly when you have zillions of them. We have also some flags left in the container at Donnybrook so we should have them also.

BSOI and young Andy are working on additional drums so again hope to have word soon.

If people want to go ahead and get a banner done (count me in for a few quid) try Mc Gowans of Cork Street. They make all the flags/banners for Leinster and I'm sure they'll look after us.



Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!! :wink:



Well done, was actually talking to True Blue yesterday about one of those Crowd Banners, great idea! :idea:

So we forget about buying flags, and concentrate on making some noise! :lol: :lol: :lol:


Making noise and plenty of it! Anyone know here you can buy airhorns?

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Re: Drums 'n' flags

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apple sourz wrote:
harryp wrote:
apple sourz wrote:
apple sourz wrote:Ok folks this is the up to date story.

I'm meeting with the lovely representitives of BSOI this week and I think they want to do small flags a-la Munster. Easy to carry and look deadly when you have zillions of them. We have also some flags left in the container at Donnybrook so we should have them also.

BSOI and young Andy are working on additional drums so again hope to have word soon.

If people want to go ahead and get a banner done (count me in for a few quid) try Mc Gowans of Cork Street. They make all the flags/banners for Leinster and I'm sure they'll look after us.



Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!! :wink:



Well done, was actually talking to True Blue yesterday about one of those Crowd Banners, great idea! :idea:

So we forget about buying flags, and concentrate on making some noise! :lol: :lol: :lol:


Making noise and plenty of it! Anyone know here you can buy airhorns?


eBay. Got one this week that plays the theme to the Dukes of Hazard! :lol: :lol:
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Re: Drums 'n' flags

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harryp wrote:
apple sourz wrote:
harryp wrote:
apple sourz wrote:
apple sourz wrote:Ok folks this is the up to date story.

I'm meeting with the lovely representitives of BSOI this week and I think they want to do small flags a-la Munster. Easy to carry and look deadly when you have zillions of them. We have also some flags left in the container at Donnybrook so we should have them also.

BSOI and young Andy are working on additional drums so again hope to have word soon.

If people want to go ahead and get a banner done (count me in for a few quid) try Mc Gowans of Cork Street. They make all the flags/banners for Leinster and I'm sure they'll look after us.



Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!! :wink:



Well done, was actually talking to True Blue yesterday about one of those Crowd Banners, great idea! :idea:

So we forget about buying flags, and concentrate on making some noise! :lol: :lol: :lol:


Making noise and plenty of it! Anyone know here you can buy airhorns?


eBay. Got one this week that plays the theme to the Dukes of Hazard! :lol: :lol:


If you can get Daisy Duke too I'm there......
Flash ahhhh ahhh, he'll save every one of us

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Afternoon lads

Just found this

http://cgi.ebay.ie/AIR-HORN-6-NATIONS-R ... dZViewItem

Or as you said Souz - we may be able to find them in a shop in Dublin

Harry - is this what you bought the other day?

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harryp wrote:****DIXIE MUSICAL AIR HORNS****
DIXIE TUNE (DUKES OF HAZZARD) AIR HORN

Best I could find, but I happy.
http://cgi.ebay.ie/Air-Horns-Dukes-of-Hazzard-Dixie-air-horn-Musical-New_W0QQitemZ8037124557QQcategoryZ43117QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem#ebayphotohosting


This is it. There's loads of them. Couldn't get an air raid siren.
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Nice one. . I take it it hasnt arrived yet ?. . .EUR 35 plus P&P to 'Buy it Now' - there are none left on Auction.

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Pressume we'll get these things through customs and into the ground......
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You can buy air horns in car accessories shops. Best bet is to buy the plastic horn and see about getting the canister of gas over there.

Or alternatively we could give them to Robbie so he could put them in with the bohrans with the team???

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Flash Gordon wrote:Pressume we'll get these things through customs and into the ground......


I'm travelling with a guy carrying a 30lb Drum as Hand Luggage. I reckon I'll be able to get a Rhino through Customs, so I'm not too worried about an Air Horn.
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sheepshagger wrote:Nice one. . I take it it hasnt arrived yet ?. . .EUR 35 plus P&P to 'Buy it Now' - there are none left on Auction.


Cost about €60 in the end. Hasn't arrived yet. Should get it next week, let you know when I do.
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Mauler wrote:You can buy air horns in car accessories shops. Best bet is to buy the plastic horn and see about getting the canister of gas over there.

Or alternatively we could give them to Robbie so he could put them in with the bohrans with the team???


And blow up the team???? FFS Mauler will you get a grip of your silk boxers???? :lol:
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Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!!


Happy Days, I reckon raid SPAR for honey and lemon-will come in very useful come saturday......trust me!!!!!!!!!!!
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TrueBlue wrote:
Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!!


Happy Days, I reckon raid SPAR for honey and lemon-will come in very useful come saturday......trust me!!!!!!!!!!!


Honey & Lemon??
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harryp wrote:
TrueBlue wrote:
Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!!


Happy Days, I reckon raid SPAR for honey and lemon-will come in very useful come saturday......trust me!!!!!!!!!!!



Honey & Lemon??


Your throat HP.......Friday night, saturday morning, the match, saturday night (after annialation of Toulouse)....I think your throat may take a bit of a hammering, not too mention your liver!!!!!
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TrueBlue wrote:
harryp wrote:
TrueBlue wrote:
Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!!


Happy Days, I reckon raid SPAR for honey and lemon-will come in very useful come saturday......trust me!!!!!!!!!!!



Honey & Lemon??


Your throat HP.......Friday night, saturday morning, the match, saturday night (after annialation of Toulouse)....I think your throat may take a bit of a hammering, not too mention your liver!!!!!


Fock that, half of the fun coming home is not being able to talk. Rememebr when we were leaving Edinburgh we couldn't even order in the Airport Bar.
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Sourz-just in terms of these flags etc., ...it seems that the majority of posters on this site will be stationed in section 23 and beside it. We are in 39 on the other side of the pitch. Just wondering whether the flags will be given solely to those in 23 (given that these are where the majority of season ticket holders will be).........coz if thats the case, ive no problem getting my own flag done up.
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harryp wrote:
TrueBlue wrote:
harryp wrote:
TrueBlue wrote:
Right folks, an update.

I had a meeting today with representitives of Leinster & BSOI and here's the sus. There will be plenty of flags of various shapes and sizes available so we're covered on that front. We already have the Supporters Club banner and in addition BSOI are pricing a giant replica jersey we can pass above the crowd. Also waiting on news of drums etc.

If you still want to do your own banners, etc. by all means fire away but if we should have plenty to go around. Keep your money for green alcohol is my advice!!


Happy Days, I reckon raid SPAR for honey and lemon-will come in very useful come saturday......trust me!!!!!!!!!!!



Honey & Lemon??


Your throat HP.......Friday night, saturday morning, the match, saturday night (after annialation of Toulouse)....I think your throat may take a bit of a hammering, not too mention your liver!!!!!


Fock that, half of the fun coming home is not being able to talk. Rememebr when we were leaving Edinburgh we couldn't even order in the Airport Bar.


I had a presentation on the Thursday after Bath and people were still laughing at my inability to speak...... :oops:
Flash ahhhh ahhh, he'll save every one of us

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