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— Mary Grogan (@MaryGrogan6) September 12, 2019
Up for the match?
Sinead Finnegan writes:
It’s hard to know how Dublin Ladies footballer Noelle Healy finds the time to balance a career as an anaesthetist and play senior intercounty football, but as she puts it, it’s “a delicate balance”.
With the Dublin Ladies Football Team into their fourth All-Ireland final in a row (playing Mayo, this Sunday at 4pm in Croke Park) Noelle will be hoping to add another All-Ireland to her list of great achievements.
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) September 18, 2017
At Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin, Dublin.
The victorious Dublin football team arrives with the Sam Maguire Cup.
Meanwhile, in Mayo…
Mayo GAA writes:
Following yesterday’s All-Ireland Final, below are the details for Senior Team homecoming event:
2.00pm – Mayo Senior Football Teams depart Dublin for Mayo by Train
3.30pm – Gates open at Elverys MacHale Park
4.45pm – Mayo Senior Football Team expected to arrive at Elverys MacHale Park
Joe Collins writes:
Dublin GAA scarf…bought in JD Sports (Dubliun)…made in England!
Following last week’s Odeon Cinemas 2015 All-Ireland Final competition to find the best fantasy GAA movie.
The winners of TWO family passes to the screening of Sunday’s All-Ireland at Odeon cinemas near them are:
The Mighty One – “The GAA, The Bad and the Ugly”; But Ruffage – “Cúl Hand Luke”
Close calls but later ruled out by hawk-eye:
Brian Melvin – “The Inglorius Bastick”; Watermeters – “Fast and Furiouser”; Scottser – “Black Card Down”; MickyD – “One Flew Over The Canal End”; Streetwise Here – “Hamburger Hill 16”; Stephen – “Hurl Interrupted”; Spaghetti Hoop – “Breaking Bad Ball” and Murtles – “The Bruise Brothers”.
Previously: Win All ireland Final Tickets
Johnny Litter Watch writes:
[Independent TD] Finian McGrath jumping on the Dubs bandwagon and breaking litter laws at the same time…
Steve Conlon writes:
Sunnybank Hotel in Glasnevin hedging its bets…
And would you like to play one in a show as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival?
“The show is called “FAIR BALLS T’YIS – A Football Opera”. It was originally made about football fans in Ghent by Belgian theatre company CAMPO/het KIP (see video and picture above) however we’re localising it here to be about Dublin GAA football fans.”
“The piece has a large ensemble cast of 50-100 people and we’re looking to recruit as many as people as possible to get involved from children to adults, anyone and everyone.”
“Anyone who is interested can email email@example.com or call (01) 6706 106.”