What Do You Mean You ‘Weren’t Invited’?


We didn’t even know it was on.

Last night.

Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin.

Rugby-loving ‘revellers at a party hosted by Heino Heineken – the Official Worldwide Partner to Rugby World Cup 2019- ahead of the tournament kick-off in Tokyo, Japan on September 20.


From top: ; from left: Alan Quinlan, Fiona Coughlan, Mario Rosenstock, Stephen Ferris, Andrea Farrell, Wayne Barnes, Malcolm O’Kelly; Fergal Walsh and Sarah Hession; from left: Mickie O’Loughlin, Conor White and Ian Cassells; from left: Alan Barnewell, Emma Barnewell, Michelle Sharkey and Colin Sharkey; from left: Sarah Hession, Tracey Walsh, Greg Starr, Peter James and Sarah Tobin; from left: lan Quinlan, Andrea Farrell, Fiona Coughlan, Malcolm O’Kelly, Wayne Barnes, Mario Rosenstock and Stephen Ferris

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23 thoughts on “What Do You Mean You ‘Weren’t Invited’?

  1. eoin

    You see, this is the sort of thing which makes the TV licence such great value, events that bring the whole nation togethe- what? oh!

    1. ReproBertie

      RTÉ are showing all of Ireland’s games and every game in the knockout stages. I’m as disappointed as you that TG4’s Rugbaí Beo didn’t get any matches but we can’t have everything and they’ll still have the Pro14.

      1. eoin

        I stand corrected. Still though, you have to go to Eir to see all the matches and for rugby fans, you’d like to see Oz, NZ, Saffa, English and Scottish games, but in fairness, RTE has the Irish games and finals.

        1. ReproBertie

          ITV are showing every game of both the 2019 and the 2023 RWCs so there is a free option available.

  2. dhaughton99

    You can certainly spot the ones who came for free swag and the ones who came for the insta.

    1. Johnny Green

      Nothing from UCD/IRFU on this child molestation / abuse case before the courts featuring one the most prominent coaches in Leinster………..h/t Gemma O’Doherty for pursuing and bringing justice,however long it was delayed-didnt he mentor and coach BOD at UCD………
      “Mr McClean was an English and drama teacher who also coached rugby at the school for decades before taking up a position as director of rugby in UCD in the 1990s.”

  3. Charger Salmons

    Just sitting here in my own crapulence. No one around.

    I’m nobody’s child
    I’m nobody’s child
    Just like the flowers
    I’m growing wild
    No mummy’s kisses
    And no daddy’s smile
    Nobody wants me
    I’m nobody’s child.

  4. Charger Salmons.

    Here’s the thing about me. I’m an outrageous troll, obviously. And yet often very entertaining and clearly not thick. That’s why I’m indulged round these parts. But then sometimes, perhaps overcome by ego, I go a little bit too far and start biting the hand that feeds me. At times like this, I need reminding that I’m a little teapot, short and stout. Here’s my handle and here’s my spout. When I get all steamed up, hear me shout. Tip me over and pour me out!

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