Connacht on Friday

Forum to enable fans to provide help and tips on travel arrangements to away matches, as well as for opposition fans travelling to the Irish capital for matches.

Moderator: moderators

Postby El Diablo » September 28th, 2006, 10:30 pm

I am posting live from an internet cafe on Quay St, Galway. By an amazing coincidence I have urgent business down here tomorrow morning and I will be sticking around and enjoying the match. I have to say the place does seem busy enough but I had no problem getting a B&B right beside the ground. Sexy Rexy, The best of luck with your highspeed dash. Lets hope its worth it!
User avatar
El Diablo
Mullet
 
Posts: 1639
Joined: April 14th, 2006, 1:34 am
Location: Happyland

Postby Tara » September 28th, 2006, 11:15 pm

El Diablo wrote:I am posting live from an internet cafe on Quay St, Galway. By an amazing coincidence I have urgent business down here tomorrow morning and I will be sticking around and enjoying the match. I have to say the place does seem busy enough but I had no problem getting a B&B right beside the ground. Sexy Rexy, The best of luck with your highspeed dash. Lets hope its worth it!


El D, think you'd have time to nip into the internet cafe tomorrow at lunchtime and give us a weather update? It would help me solve the hoody or rain jacket dilemma.
"What is immediately striking is that as soon as an oval ball appears in a group of men there's an extraordinary release of heat." Robert Roy
Tara
Isa Nacewa
 
Posts: 2757
Joined: March 30th, 2006, 11:26 pm

Postby Duff Paddy » September 29th, 2006, 12:25 am

Galway is the rainest place in the known universe. Always expect rain in Galway.
Duff Paddy
Shane Jennings
 
Posts: 5267
Joined: January 24th, 2006, 2:46 pm

Postby CRAZYDAVE » September 29th, 2006, 9:05 am

Tara wrote:
El Diablo wrote:I am posting live from an internet cafe on Quay St, Galway. By an amazing coincidence I have urgent business down here tomorrow morning and I will be sticking around and enjoying the match. I have to say the place does seem busy enough but I had no problem getting a B&B right beside the ground. Sexy Rexy, The best of luck with your highspeed dash. Lets hope its worth it!


El D, think you'd have time to nip into the internet cafe tomorrow at lunchtime and give us a weather update? It would help me solve the hoody or rain jacket dilemma.


Bring the full set of waterproofs. We usually stand on the uncovered Terrace. :!:
T - 45
CRAZYDAVE
Isa Nacewa
 
Posts: 2868
Joined: February 7th, 2006, 2:30 pm

Postby Donny B. » September 29th, 2006, 2:02 pm

CRAZYDAVE wrote:
Tara wrote:
El Diablo wrote:I am posting live from an internet cafe on Quay St, Galway. By an amazing coincidence I have urgent business down here tomorrow morning and I will be sticking around and enjoying the match. I have to say the place does seem busy enough but I had no problem getting a B&B right beside the ground. Sexy Rexy, The best of luck with your highspeed dash. Lets hope its worth it!


El D, think you'd have time to nip into the internet cafe tomorrow at lunchtime and give us a weather update? It would help me solve the hoody or rain jacket dilemma.


Bring the full set of waterproofs. We usually stand on the uncovered Terrace. :!:


Well it's beautiful down here at the moment, nice and sunny
let's hope it continues like this
User avatar
Donny B.
Gordon D'Arcy
 
Posts: 26649
Joined: March 27th, 2006, 3:10 pm
Location: D12!!!!!!!!!

Postby sexy_rexy » September 29th, 2006, 2:57 pm

Right, I'm outta here, see ya suckers!! Full speed to the West!
sexy_rexy
Isa Nacewa
 
Posts: 2406
Joined: March 31st, 2006, 12:36 pm
Location: South Side

Postby claire_m » September 29th, 2006, 2:59 pm

sexy_rexy wrote:Right, I'm outta here, see ya suckers!! Full speed to the West!


Have a safe journey, and an awesome time. And don't forget to leave that coat on your chair... :lol:
User avatar
claire_m
Shane Jennings
 
Posts: 5929
Joined: February 22nd, 2006, 2:33 pm
Location: London

Postby sheepshagger » September 29th, 2006, 4:28 pm

Am still at work - will never make it to focken Galway in time for 6.30pm :cry:
User avatar
sheepshagger
Rob Kearney
 
Posts: 12044
Joined: January 24th, 2006, 1:47 pm
Location: The nearest KFC licking my fingers

Postby Sundy » September 29th, 2006, 4:32 pm

sheepshagger wrote:Am still at work - will never make it to focken Galway in time for 6.30pm :cry:


not a chance you mite as well give up! Looks like another listener to galway bay fm!
Sundy
Enlightened
 
Posts: 858
Joined: April 3rd, 2006, 11:00 am

Postby sexy_rexy » September 30th, 2006, 5:44 pm

Left Dublin at 3pm, took me over 4 hours to get to the sportsground, another 3 hours back today. So all in all, over 7 hours travelling, for 35 minutes of rugby.
sexy_rexy
Isa Nacewa
 
Posts: 2406
Joined: March 31st, 2006, 12:36 pm
Location: South Side

Postby epaddy » September 30th, 2006, 5:56 pm

sexy_rexy wrote:Left Dublin at 3pm, took me over 4 hours to get to the sportsground, another 3 hours back today. So all in all, over 7 hours travelling, for 35 minutes of rugby.


Traffic was a f%~king nightmare.
*** image removed by mod ***

Epaddy, Freedom Fighter
User avatar
epaddy
Shane Horgan
 
Posts: 4510
Joined: January 19th, 2006, 3:56 pm
Location: Ladies in the Ho Show

Postby claire_m » September 30th, 2006, 6:34 pm

sexy_rexy wrote:Left Dublin at 3pm, took me over 4 hours to get to the sportsground, another 3 hours back today. So all in all, over 7 hours travelling, for 35 minutes of rugby.


But wasn't it worth it? :wink:
User avatar
claire_m
Shane Jennings
 
Posts: 5929
Joined: February 22nd, 2006, 2:33 pm
Location: London

Postby sheepshagger » September 30th, 2006, 7:30 pm

claire_m wrote:
sexy_rexy wrote:Left Dublin at 3pm, took me over 4 hours to get to the sportsground, another 3 hours back today. So all in all, over 7 hours travelling, for 35 minutes of rugby.


But wasn't it worth it? :wink:


If the match reports are anything to go by - I'd say No :(
User avatar
sheepshagger
Rob Kearney
 
Posts: 12044
Joined: January 24th, 2006, 1:47 pm
Location: The nearest KFC licking my fingers

Postby epaddy » September 30th, 2006, 7:41 pm

sheepshagger wrote:
claire_m wrote:
sexy_rexy wrote:Left Dublin at 3pm, took me over 4 hours to get to the sportsground, another 3 hours back today. So all in all, over 7 hours travelling, for 35 minutes of rugby.


But wasn't it worth it? :wink:


If the match reports are anything to go by - I'd say No :(


I enjoyed myself despite missing most of the 1st half and gasping for a Heino
*** image removed by mod ***

Epaddy, Freedom Fighter
User avatar
epaddy
Shane Horgan
 
Posts: 4510
Joined: January 19th, 2006, 3:56 pm
Location: Ladies in the Ho Show

Postby Duff Paddy » October 1st, 2006, 3:35 am

okay despite being the best dressed man in Cobra, Rios, Cocoon, AKA, Lillie's and Legg's - I still got no sex tonight so here goes the galway report before beddie byes-

1) Leinster are woeful at the mo.

2) Connacht are decent but quite limited.

3) The Leinster lineout is comical - Vermass is useless, jumpers not even getting up in the air, complete and utter farce.

4) Hickie still has prolific try scoring ability.

5) Mal sinbinning was understandable - somebody had to slow down that move.

6) Connacht facilities make Leinster's look shite - how can the dogs have such good facilities and not the only pro team sport in the country?

7) McHugh has concrete boots and a sense of humour.

8) Warwick should have started.

9) Leinster lucky to get a winning bp.

10) Sing song was top notch.

11) Jedi knows some focking obscure songs.

I'll think of some more tomorrow, i'm going to sleep
Duff Paddy
Shane Jennings
 
Posts: 5267
Joined: January 24th, 2006, 2:46 pm

Postby epaddy » October 1st, 2006, 11:26 am

Duff Paddy wrote:okay despite being the best dressed man in Cobra, Rios, Cocoon, AKA, Lillie's and Legg's - I still got no sex tonight so here goes the galway report before beddie byes-

1) Leinster are woeful at the mo.

2) Connacht are decent but quite limited.

3) The Leinster lineout is comical - Vermass is useless, jumpers not even getting up in the air, complete and utter farce.

4) Hickie still has prolific try scoring ability.

5) Mal sinbinning was understandable - somebody had to slow down that move.

6) Connacht facilities make Leinster's look shite - how can the dogs have such good facilities and not the only pro team sport in the country?

7) McHugh has concrete boots and a sense of humour.

8) Warwick should have started.

9) Leinster lucky to get a winning bp.

10) Sing song was top notch.

11) Jedi knows some focking obscure songs.

I'll think of some more tomorrow, i'm going to sleep


12. Shitebag, great word that I learned from one Leinster fan when shouting at McHugh
*** image removed by mod ***

Epaddy, Freedom Fighter
User avatar
epaddy
Shane Horgan
 
Posts: 4510
Joined: January 19th, 2006, 3:56 pm
Location: Ladies in the Ho Show

Postby Beer Baron » October 1st, 2006, 12:17 pm

epaddy wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:okay despite being the best dressed man in Cobra, Rios, Cocoon, AKA, Lillie's and Legg's - I still got no sex tonight so here goes the galway report before beddie byes-

1) Leinster are woeful at the mo.

2) Connacht are decent but quite limited.

3) The Leinster lineout is comical - Vermass is useless, jumpers not even getting up in the air, complete and utter farce.

4) Hickie still has prolific try scoring ability.

5) Mal sinbinning was understandable - somebody had to slow down that move.

6) Connacht facilities make Leinster's look shite - how can the dogs have such good facilities and not the only pro team sport in the country?

7) McHugh has concrete boots and a sense of humour.

8) Warwick should have started.

9) Leinster lucky to get a winning bp.

10) Sing song was top notch.

11) Jedi knows some focking obscure songs.

I'll think of some more tomorrow, i'm going to sleep


12. Shitebag, great word that I learned from one Leinster fan when shouting at McHugh


13) Concrete booted McHugh likes to fight, and took a fair few digs from BOD
'Oh miss PacMan, i'd sex that bow right off your head!'
'Eat those dots, you naughty, naughty girl!'
User avatar
Beer Baron
Isa Nacewa
 
Posts: 2681
Joined: March 6th, 2006, 2:24 pm
Location: Ministry of Communications, Gary Brown Fundamenalist Supporters Front, Dublin 7

Postby Duff Paddy » October 1st, 2006, 1:55 pm

Fock me I'm having a flashback to that "You're a scumbag McHugh, You're a scumbag" too funny.
Duff Paddy
Shane Jennings
 
Posts: 5267
Joined: January 24th, 2006, 2:46 pm

Postby T.C.B. » October 1st, 2006, 3:00 pm

Duff Paddy wrote:Fock me I'm having a flashback to that "You're a scumbag McHugh, You're a scumbag" too funny.


I was having flashbacks to "KILL. KILL. KILL."!!! That was focking hilarious.
"It's all fun and games 'till someone loses an eye, then it's just fun you can't see" - James Hetfield
User avatar
T.C.B.
Brian O'Driscoll
 
Posts: 3399
Joined: February 8th, 2006, 9:23 am
Location: Eagle Nebula

Postby Duff Paddy » October 1st, 2006, 3:13 pm

T.C.B. wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:Fock me I'm having a flashback to that "You're a scumbag McHugh, You're a scumbag" too funny.


I was having flashbacks to "KILL. KILL. KILL."!!! That was focking hilarious.


in honour of the original nut job who used to shout it in the Brook, I'm gonna bring that back into fashion. It's gold.
Duff Paddy
Shane Jennings
 
Posts: 5267
Joined: January 24th, 2006, 2:46 pm

PreviousNext

Return to On The Road

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests