- Jun 3, 2014
Don't live there myself lad although I've a lot of friends and family over there, what part of Cavan are you from? Was working in Cavan town not too long ago so but of knowledge of the place.Ah sure look it, didnt want to be the first to start it, sound job like.
I want to say tipp, i do, but kilkenny are 9/4. I'm more excited for the Ulster championship. Every county has a chance. I grew up in Cavan, and want to say they'll suprise me, but you know yourself thats not how these things go.
How long you in da shtstates?
Bloody hell, poor lad, I'd rather be beaten than watch that lot at the momentI'm Irish, but not that Irish. I'll be at the soccer game vs Portugal next week though!
Gowna.. A wee parish near arva. Was in "town," for the May bank holiday. Mayo could go to the all Ireland, because that's what they do, winning it however is a different story all together now. Dublin has an Amazon crew of young fellas, they won the u21s so I could see them as a force for a good few years. I grew up with Shane carthy, and played county football with him here in New York, till he decided to head home to bigger and better things. Cavan had a great minor and u21 panel but that
Means shite when your from the 2nd poorest county in Ireland and emigration is still killin us. Gowna was one of the strongest clubs in cavan for at least 2 decades and now we are about to drop to intermediate. Not 10 men over 18 left to play football.
I think Dublin will make shite of EEEERYBODY.
In regards to the Ireland Portugal match, I couldn't spend 150 quid on watching Ireland get spanked.
It is a great day for getting loaded though and singing chunes about the ra though.
in fairness i was savin that for the first match... hahahaha
I really enjoy the Wolfe Tones. I have no idea why but anytime I hear 'Come out ye black and tans' I have to listen to it at least 5 times in a row.I catch the Wolfe Tones every time they come to Westchester.