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by on September 9, 2011
  • LiamChelseafootballclub says:
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    Well done to everyone who plays for Dundalk . What a victorious victory against Israeli giants Maccabi Tel Aviv . Really and truthfully everyone knew that the seventy two minute goal from Ciaran Killduff was the winning goal. Who will they be playing against in the second round?

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  • Dr.Ducks9 says:
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    Dublin played shocking the last day against Mayo. The pitch was very slippy though, at the same time. The Dubs will win this weekend against The West. The last minute point from O'Conner was really jammy. I am not going to the match this weekend but I will be up in St.Judes cheering on the boys in BLUE!!!

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  • Tipsy64 says:
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    I think this is a really good idea- people really do sleep in far too long on the weekend- I have done this myself on a few occasions and i found i really was way more tired during the week than if I had of just gotten through one day having had a little less seep than normal.
    I liked this post, though it was a little short..... 🙁

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  • Dr.Ducks9 says:
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    Jeez that is a bit over the top now don't ya think now!! I know they might not get enough money for what they do but trust me there will be at least ten murders in Ireland that day. I don't think they know what type of danger we are in when they strike!

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  • EKH says:
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    I often catch my dog sitting up on my Mam's bed watching the television if a baby is whining or a dog barks like it said on the report. It's good to know what to watch with your dog , something that they'll enjoy . I have two Yorkshire Terriers one is a teacup and one is a miniature Yorkshire Terrier . I really enjoyed reading this :]

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  • JQ says:
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    Wow. €26bn is a lot of money. I never thought it would cost that much to hold the Olympics. Then again it is an honour to hold the Olympics in your own country.
    We are learning about the Olympics in school every week. It's a very interesting topic. I would love to go and see them.

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  • Pr.Peacock says:
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    Five years is a very long time and 180 million is a lot of money to spend on a telescope,but I'm looking forward to see what they find and if aliens exist,and if they do I'd love to see one and what it does.Imagine seeing an alien you would be amazed. Hope you had a good day thank you for reading hope you enjoy😊

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  • Pixie says:
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    Best of luck, half of my family wants mayo to win but I want Dublin to win. In the original game I thought Dublin would win and it wouldn't be a draw because of the curse mayo has. After the last man goes from the curse they will win probably, they haven't for the cup in 65 years. So it will be very shocking if they win, but I hope they don't.

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  • ccleary11 says:
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    I hope the red and green army march on to victory on Saturday. Captain Cillain o'Connor will have to have his shooting boots on if they are to break the 65 year curse. Mayo fowards will have to have more fire power than they showed 2 weeks ago. Looking forward to an exciting game of football. Hopefully it is one to remember for the right reason. Up Mayo !!!! 👍🔱

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  • Tipsy64 says:
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    That's so mean!!! Why would they do that???
    I get their reasons and all, but seriously? That's a penguin who ONLY eats Pilchards and VITAMIN
    SUPPLEMENTS!!! Where is he going to find vitamin supplements in the ocean?
    I bet the students who took him didn't think of THAT!

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