A towel-slapping breakdown of the whey protein-fuelled ritual that is the Leinster Schools Cup by The Slate from 2003.
‘Tis the season in fairness.
Once a year during the 1970s and 1980s UK football magazine Shoot! generously featured the League of Ireland champions of the day.
Usually one page with poorly taken team shot above a typo-stuffed caption.
Name those years (above) anyone?
A Colm Toibin-edited In Dublin magazine from January 1982 with a cover image by artist Robert Ballagh.
But where exactly is it and what is it NOW?
Lines close at 11.15am.
Vivid images of fairly stylish, in fairness Irish showbands from Spotlight annual 1967 unearthed by Brand New Retro for your damn skinny jeaned pleasure.
Karl in check shirt (pic 1) Uncanny.
A sample of the hair-raising (and often practical) content of the Charlie-backing soft-core business mag, Executive. Christmas 1979.
Good, safer times.
Compiled by Dublin fanzine Imprint.
If there were two more unattractive cars to grace our roads I have yet to see much evidence….
Probably found parked outside this establishment (back in the day).
The Hole In The Wall pub, Blackhorse Avenue, Dublin
They wouldn’t let you in without white socks.
All members, including future Fianna Fail senator Don Lydon (in stripes) attended University College, Galway.
Lack of drugs, musical similarities and ‘crop-top’ issues would eventually destroy the band
,From New Spotlight magazine, 1969.