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anothercricketfan
Post subject: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 18:11 on 7th Feb 2013

Joined: 15:57 on 16th Jul 2012
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anyone going/interested? any details?
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Big Harvey
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 20:44 on 8th Feb 2013

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anothercricketfan Wrote:
anyone going/interested? any details?


Tickets available here ("subject to planning permission."):

http://www.ticketmaster.ie/event/18004A ... rcatid=676

Myself and Woody are planning on going.
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 12:37 on 9th Feb 2013

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
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Location: Preston UK
Looks good, can fly in on the morning and only 4 miles or so from the airport, overnighter to sleep it off. :)
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anothercricketfan
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 18:07 on 9th Feb 2013

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im keen. just trying to get my head round it. what sorta part of the ground should go for? or should i just get any old ticket?
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anothercricketfan
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 18:09 on 9th Feb 2013

Joined: 15:57 on 16th Jul 2012
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ive been dublin beofre, not to wathch the cricket and temple bar is a good place for beers and music!
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Big Harvey
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 20:50 on 9th Feb 2013

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anothercricketfan Wrote:
im keen. just trying to get my head round it. what sorta part of the ground should go for? or should i just get any old ticket?


When I booked I wasn't given a choice. I suspect it'll just be a case of sitting anywhere. I think that's what happened when we played at Stormont a while back.
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 12:36 on 11th Feb 2013

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Three of us going, maybe more.
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FEL1948
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 01:07 on 12th Feb 2013

Joined: 08:40 on 3rd Jan 2012
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blueandy1mac Wrote:
Three of us going, maybe more.


Andy,
Looking to fly by Ryanair from Manchester.
Departs Manchester about 08:00.
Returning on same day.
Departs Dublin 20:45.

Costs about £70

How about you ???
Got any other ideas ???

Erik
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 10:09 on 12th Feb 2013

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
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Location: Preston UK
FEL1948 Wrote:
blueandy1mac Wrote:
Three of us going, maybe more.


Andy,
Looking to fly by Ryanair from Manchester.
Departs Manchester about 08:00.
Returning on same day.
Departs Dublin 20:45.

Costs about £70

How about you ???
Got any other ideas ???
Erik
We've booked with Aer Lingus, same flight am but coming back 6.45pm on wed. £61 if you use a visa electron card.
Mate see other thread about your ODI tx.

Erik
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FEL1948
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 12:46 on 12th Feb 2013

Joined: 08:40 on 3rd Jan 2012
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blueandy1mac Wrote:
FEL1948 Wrote:
blueandy1mac Wrote:
Three of us going, maybe more.


Andy,
Looking to fly by Ryanair from Manchester.
Departs Manchester about 08:00.
Returning on same day.
Departs Dublin 20:45.

Costs about £70

How about you ???
Got any other ideas ???
Erik

We've booked with Aer Lingus, same flight am but coming back 6.45pm on wed. ¿½61 if you use a visa
electron card.
Mate see other thread about your ODI tx.


Andy thanks for the info.
I wasn't worried about having a night out in Dublin.

I'll have a "look see" about the ODI in Auckland.

Cheers

Erik
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