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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 17:56 on 12th Feb 2013

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
Posts: 2050
Location: Preston UK
There are flights that evening but can't remember if they were actually late enough to enable comfortably watching to a conclusion, if it goes all the way.
Plenty of time to sort erik, not gonna be mobbed.

Just checked, theres an 8.45 flight on the night.
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Cuthbert Rizla
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 19:29 on 21st Feb 2013

Joined: 20:14 on 21st Mar 2012
Posts: 182
The Dublin trip is always a good laugh.
Apart from watching a broke country trying every trick in the book to rip off visitors it's great to see the average Dubliner in action and confirming centuries of Irish jokes.
They're as thick as a Chris Gayle bat.
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 19:01 on 21st Feb 2013

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
Posts: 2050
Location: Preston UK
Cuthbert Rizla Wrote:
The Dublin trip is always a good laugh.
Apart from watching a broke country trying every trick in the book to rip off visitors it's great to see the average Dubliner in action and confirming centuries of Irish jokes.
They're as thick as a Chris Gayle bat.


Another large heap of friends you've just made. Is it really that strong the stuff you smoke ?
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Big Harvey
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 09:28 on 24th Feb 2013

Joined: 09:14 on 23rd Apr 2008
Posts: 2322
blueandy1mac Wrote:
Cuthbert Rizla Wrote:
The Dublin trip is always a good laugh.
Apart from watching a broke country trying every trick in the book to rip off visitors it's great to see the average Dubliner in action and confirming centuries of Irish jokes.
They're as thick as a Chris Gayle bat.


Another large heap of friends you've just made. Is it really that strong the stuff you smoke ?


Obviously strong enough to transport the brain of the person taking it back to the 1970s, when Irish jokes and other forms of racism were an accepted part of everyday life.
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Cuthbert Rizla
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 09:13 on 27th Feb 2013

Joined: 20:14 on 21st Mar 2012
Posts: 182
Jeez lads,get off your high horses.I was winding up a pal of mine from Dublin.It's called slagging and he gives as good as he takes.Like the Aussies.Handy crickter too tho not in the Morgan class.The Irish are a great bunch and Temple Bar one of the best places to go for a knees-up.We're going even if it does piss it down as usual.
But if it's part of the deal to pay them for for stealing their best players why can't the ECB organise these friendlies during the summer at a prestige venue in London to take advantage of the big Irish contingent living in that there London ?
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Samgoudogs
Post subject: Re: IRELAND ODI SEPT
PostPosted: 21:34 on 27th Feb 2013

Joined: 10:11 on 21st Jul 2010
Posts: 62
Location: Adelaide, SA
Easy enough for me being based in Dublin these days, match ticket sorted, it's sat me in Stand C.
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