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Somewhere that shows Gaelic Games help, info. etc.

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Well folks just moved down to Dartford recently and need somewhere to watch Sundays all ireland qfs since me own county is in one any help would be greatly appreciated.

hardyweman (UK) - Posts: 13 - 29/07/2012 20:13:14    1232829

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Hardyweman-your best bet is to hop on a train to London and get off at either Woolwich Arsenal or Lewisham. There are good Irish pubs beside both stations. The Bull in Woolwich and The Joiners in Lewisham. Only other option is Gravesend but not much craic anymore for games-Im living out that way. If your interested in playing Cuchulainns are only 20 mins from Dartford and depending on fixtures you may bump into some of the lads if you choose to go to The Joiners in Lewishsm. Hope this helps you.

Ed (UK) - Posts: 148 - 30/07/2012 08:14:49    1233037

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This was posted as a new thread but has been incorporated here.

dj27legend
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were to watch down play?


living near 15 minutes from stratford an illford just off green street an was wondering is there any irish bars close by to watch down play on saturday. also is there any clubs in this area?

Administrator (None) - Posts: 2171 - 02/08/2012 22:01:19    1236861

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dj27legend
There are plenty of bars in Centrel- the Marquess of Danby is a good spot for it on Charing Croos Road just up from Leicester Square station. If you have sky the game is on BBC2NI which is sky channel 975 I think

Im sure you will find somewhere- no shortage of Irish bars in London!

trevor.ros (Down) - Posts: 42 - 03/08/2012 08:40:48    1236874

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Ilford, Jono's is the best place to get watch the games less than 100m from Ilford Station, best place for an atmosphere will be O'Gradys in Seven Kings. Best place to watch the games in peace will be the Catholic Club at St Cedds Church in Goodmayes and the drinks are cheap.

Rosineri1 (UK) - Posts: 1774 - 03/08/2012 10:43:54    1236964

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Cheers ed but not even gona make it now due to work commitments. Na the playing days are behind me thanks to a few dodgy knees and an awful fondness of the pints cud make a comeback next year though

hardyweman (UK) - Posts: 13 - 05/08/2012 09:58:46    1238240

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My brother will be in Cardiff next sunday. Typical Galway hurling fan, assumed we would be out of contentention come August. Does anyone know where he can watch Galway v Cork? I think match will clash with Charity Shield so it has to be a reliable establishment. Missus would not let him pop over for the day so he's desperate.

CocknyTribesman (UK) - Posts: 192 - 05/08/2012 17:50:07    1238852

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Irish Centre in Blacks Road Hammersmith Broadway is supposed to be showing GAA again. Massive picture. Projector used on whitewashed wall. Best "screen" I have seen. I will watch in Brendan's though.

CocknyTribesman (UK) - Posts: 192 - 04/09/2012 16:02:32    1259161

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Ed are cuchullans still playing and training?

hardyweman (UK) - Posts: 13 - 01/10/2012 12:23:15    1275575

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Cu chullainns are still training and playing, training is Monday and wednesday evening for the next few weeks and we have the all Britain qualifier against st Brendan's on Saturday. Details of training are on our homepage http://cuchulainnsgaa.com/

podders (UK) - Posts: 32 - 01/10/2012 14:59:30    1275745

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