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Up yours Peig. #25
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cormac wrote:Up yours Peig. #25


Very satisfying win........ horrible conditions yesterday but thoroughly enjoyed the win....... great atmosphere too. There's a few more in that team as well given the age profile.
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You would have to be happy with that. To me Dublin always looked in control. Could be a long period of domination coming. Thrilled.
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folks- Any streams for tonight's hurling?
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Always a pleasure to beat Kerry
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Strange thing about this Kerry team is that they seem more interested in smart arsed stuff than playing the game. They play football and are 2 points behind, then ramp up the cynical and off the ball stuff only to get blown away.
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Ouch......down in Portaloise this evening....one step forward, and two steps back. :(
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nelly the elephant wrote:Ouch......down in Portaloise this evening....one step forward, and two steps back. :(


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A fair spirit shown from our hurlers down in Cork tonight after an abject 70 against the Champs last week....it doesn't in itself mean anything other than the fact we've a few fellas with the stomach for the fight on the pitch and off it. Still....cant reconcile the likes of Sutcliffe refusing to play....
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Cork are in no great shakes, but still good to get a win (I'd say plenty were predicting Dublin to lose all their games in the league). Clare could be another scalp, and then hopefully avoid relegation by improving the points diff.

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What a game

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Laighin Break wrote:What a game


And a national day of mourning ensued.
The dirty-dubs must be split in 2 (hold on, they could still have an all-dublin all-ireland, an appalling vista).
The dirty-dubs must be split into 3 or 4, that will keep the feckers down.
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blockhead wrote:
Laighin Break wrote:What a game


And a national day of mourning ensued.
The dirty-dubs must be split in 2 (hold on, they could still have an all-dublin all-ireland, an appalling vista).
The dirty-dubs must be split into 3 or 4, that will keep the feckers down.


4 and have an all Dublin semi?
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