Luke Of The Irish

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This afternoon.

Dublin city centre.

Liam Kavanagh (pic 4) leads the St Patrick’s Day Parade watched by International Guest Of Honour Mark Hamill with President Higgins (above).

Rollingnews

Meanwhile…

Kevin Street, Dublin 8, earlier.

(Pix: Oisín Kane)

20 thoughts on “Luke Of The Irish

  1. david

    I would say all the mobs who attended the parades will regret watching the greatest show on earth the beating or some say slaughtering of England by our team both north and south
    Triple crown
    Champions
    Grand slam on Patrick day on English hallowed grounds
    The proudest moment for our country
    Well done lads
    Its a pity twee man did not attend this historic achievement to stand with our brave rugby team on such an important day

      1. david

        Oh get you
        Seems to me some types cannot seem happy when our country achieves glory
        Maybe you are a professor of rectumology because you sound like you have a anus horriblus

        1. Nigel

          Luke Skywalker, Davos Seaworth and Bilbo Baggins all together are too glorious for anything but Patrick’s Day you troglodyte!

          1. DeKloot

            Some people. Jeez. I got to do it all. El Prez was at home where he belonged, Luke Skywalker has a grand day out and the poor Englanders got their arses handed to them at home in London.

            A great day all around. Now, I’m off to pop a cork and have a cheeky glass of Champers….

    1. Nigel

      In fairness rugby is boring as feck and anyone with a brain and a heart would take the chance to see Space Harry Potter in a Parade.

      1. david

        You are joking Nigel
        Rugby is anything but boring
        On the other hand soccer is
        But historical moments are rare indeed and very few times can we look to our sporting figures to bring such glory for our country
        A special day for Ireland beating England to win something that we have only won three times on English turf
        These guys did this country proud
        Pity our soccer side cannot come up trumps

        1. Nigel

          I am joking but I’m not the one who seems to feel the need to set parade-goers against rugby-watchers. You can celebrate the victory without having a go at others. A go at others you.must not have, mm.

    2. George

      Some people don’t like rugby and some chose to attend parades. You can be happy without having a go at them. We’re not all the same and that’s ok.

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