Tag Archives: Defiant Tricolour

The nets at St Paul’s GAA Club in Lurgan, Craigavon, Northern Ireland

UUP MLA Doug Beattie had hit out at St Paul’s Gaelic Football Club for changing their netting to “depict the Irish Tricolour” and in doing so “marking out territory”.

The club has now defended their new nets, re-iterating that they – along with the club’s new stand – are in keeping with the club’s colours.

Club responds to Tricolour criticism (Lurgan Mail)

Colm Dore writes:

Awkward own-goal, re: allowing parity of esteem in the north east of Ireland. This, from the “moderate” and “middle-ground” UUP…


Pic via Lurgan Mail

The Irish tricolour turns 170 on March 17

It’s a hundred and seventy years old
And a marvelous thing to behold
So hoist it to great height
But please get it right
The third bar is orange, not gold.

John Moynes


Previously: Defiant Tricolour on Broadsheet


Pyeongchang County, South Korea.

Marty writes:

Irish snowboarder, Seamus O’Connor with a defiant washing-up sponge at the PyeongChang Olympic Games…


Prevsiously: Seamus O’Connor on Broadsheet

This afternoon.

Jaipur Airport, Rajasthan, India

Bongobob writes:

Could be Indian flag colours (saffron, white and green) or they’re getting ready for St Patrick’s day…

We may never now.

Ronan Delaney writes;

Sneaky tricolour…

This morning.

Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Tayla writes:

The flavour is tangerine, brigadeiro (a Brazilian thing with chocolate and condensed milk) and lemon grass, but what matters is that it resembles the flag!

Heart melting.

Thanks Tayla

Top of the bottom of the world, Ma.

Ultan Mashup writes:

Worth a shoutout! Irishman Paul Robinson has broken the record for the fastest time running a mile in Antarctica. Great video with defiant tricolour!

Paul Robinson?

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