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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby limecat » September 22nd, 2008, 3:05 pm

Holding on wrote:Fair play. Thats a super idea and will be well helpful.

One I noticed was missing was Lansdowne and Wesley who have spare pitches on Ballychorus Road up near Enniskerry where pretty much all Junior sides are sent to play them


Thanks for that. Was only passing there a few weeks ago. Forgot about it completely.
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby tate » September 22nd, 2008, 3:24 pm

the directions for UCD are right, but Greenfield Rd only has pedestrian access, and is a pay and display area. Buses etc will have to go on up the N11 and turn in at the sign for UCD, follow the directions in there to get free parking
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby limecat » September 22nd, 2008, 3:34 pm

tate wrote:the directions for UCD are right, but Greenfield Rd only has pedestrian access, and is a pay and display area. Buses etc will have to go on up the N11 and turn in at the sign for UCD, follow the directions in there to get free parking


Thanks tate. I've added a note to that entry that people will see when they click on it.
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby tate » September 22nd, 2008, 5:19 pm

limecat wrote:
tate wrote:the directions for UCD are right, but Greenfield Rd only has pedestrian access, and is a pay and display area. Buses etc will have to go on up the N11 and turn in at the sign for UCD, follow the directions in there to get free parking


Thanks tate. I've added a note to that entry that people will see when they click on it.


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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby Xplosive » September 22nd, 2008, 8:25 pm

PLease post details for Athy RFC....email *** Email Address removed by Mod *** if you need directions/location
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby limecat » September 22nd, 2008, 8:53 pm

Xplosive wrote:PLease post details for Athy RFC....email *** Email Address removed by Mod *** if you need directions/location


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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby jezzer » September 23rd, 2008, 10:09 am

limecat wrote:
Xplosive wrote:PLease post details for Athy RFC....email *** Email Address removed by Mod *** if you need directions/location


PM and email sent and email address removed from original post.


Arklow RFC is just on the west side of the N11 at Ballyrichard, about 3-4kms north of Arklow. The townland of Ballyrichard only appears on Google Maps 5 zoom levels from max. zoom.
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby limecat » September 23rd, 2008, 10:24 am

limecat wrote:
Xplosive wrote:PLease post details for Athy RFC....email *** Email Address removed by Mod *** if you need directions/location


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That's now been added
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby limecat » September 23rd, 2008, 10:24 am

jezzer wrote:
limecat wrote:
Xplosive wrote:PLease post details for Athy RFC....email *** Email Address removed by Mod *** if you need directions/location


PM and email sent and email address removed from original post.


Arklow RFC is just on the west side of the N11 at Ballyrichard, about 3-4kms north of Arklow. The townland of Ballyrichard only appears on Google Maps 5 zoom levels from max. zoom.


I've added that, although I'm not sure of the exact location. Let me know if it's close ;)
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby juanca » September 23rd, 2008, 11:39 am

Rathdrum RFC - on approach to rathdrum on R752 from North. Right turn immediately after crossing the river. Google maps has it as an extension of lower street. Grounds are at the end of this road.
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby limecat » September 23rd, 2008, 7:04 pm

juanca wrote:Rathdrum RFC - on approach to rathdrum on R752 from North. Right turn immediately after crossing the river. Google maps has it as an extension of lower street. Grounds are at the end of this road.


That should be added now...damn stupid hotel wireless connection
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby limecat » September 23rd, 2008, 7:34 pm

Eve wrote:Balbriggan play in Ring Commons AFAIK - the best of intentions haven't got me down there yet. Anyway - it's behind a big cloud or something on the map :?


Apparently, they're beside the North County Cricket Club in Balrothery. I found the Cricket Clubs location already on google maps so have added a new point beside that :)
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby Munki » October 6th, 2008, 11:23 pm

Limecat, you're a star! I've been planning of doing something similar for a few weeks now, by doing up custom POI's for Garmin Satnav, but have been putting off as the initial stage involves specifying all the locations before extracting as a .csv file.

With your permission, I'll try out the locations of clubs you've marked off and see if they'll work on satnav. If so, I'll post the csv file for others to use (the csv should be compatible with most satnavs. I'll post instructions too).
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby Leinsterman » October 10th, 2008, 8:52 pm

You're becoming (in)famous! The ARLB site have posted the maps link on their homepage.
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby limecat » October 10th, 2008, 10:38 pm

Leinsterman wrote:You're becoming (in)famous! The ARLB site have posted the maps link on their homepage.


Yeah. I got a PM from somebody during the week to say that they'd added it to the site. :)
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby remoh » October 11th, 2008, 4:24 pm

limecat wrote:
Leinsterman wrote:You're becoming (in)famous! The ARLB site have posted the maps link on their homepage.


Yeah. I got a PM from somebody during the week to say that they'd added it to the site. :)


Hi Limecat

the location for Cill Dara RFC on the map is slightly off. Please see http://www.kildare.ie/cilldararfc/map.html to give you the exact loaction. Thanks alot for your map.
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby limecat » October 12th, 2008, 6:21 pm

remoh wrote:Hi Limecat

the location for Cill Dara RFC on the map is slightly off. Please see http://www.kildare.ie/cilldararfc/map.html to give you the exact loaction. Thanks alot for your map.


Thanks for the correction. I've fixed it.
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby aontaithe » October 18th, 2008, 9:52 pm

Longford RFC is on the wrong road. It's down Lisbrack road. There's done a google flag for it here (yours is B):
http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8& ... dd&t=h&z=7
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby limecat » October 19th, 2008, 3:19 pm

aontaithe wrote:Longford RFC is on the wrong road. It's down Lisbrack road. There's done a google flag for it here (yours is B):
http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8& ... dd&t=h&z=7


Thanks. I've updated the map with the correct location.
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Re: Leinster Rugby Grounds

Postby Dublinner » October 21st, 2008, 5:34 pm

Hi
The directions to Wicklow RFC while technically correct are using very minor roads without signposts. I would suggest these directions coming from Dublin or North Wicklow

From N11 take left signposted Rathnew/Wicklow then at roundabout take the 1st exit - R772 (signposted Rathnew/Wicklow)

Continue forward onto - R772 Entering Rathnew R772

Continue straight through Rathnew until you reach Wicklow.

Turn right at the Grand Hotel onto the Marlton Road R751 and continue for approx 1 Mile.

Take right onto Ashtown lane. Wicklow RFC is on the left after 300m.
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