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    Weekend latest - 21-24th October

    Yikes. 2nd last game of the season. Nervous isnt strong enough.

    Anyways, anyone who cant make the game of the season in Gortakeegan tonight, you can listen in on Northern Sound radio. For those of you not near enough to Monaghan to pick it up you can listen HERE

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    come on you Super Blues!

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    Cork 0-1 Longford
    Monaghan 0-1 Limerick
    It's a good start but surely it wont last.

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    ......and it didn't. Cork equalise

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    Galway are 0-4 down to Bray already. I don't fancy their chances against whoever finishes 3rd.

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    Colm Tresson has scored for us tonight, aged 40 years, 3 months and 22 days. Surely he's the oldest LOI goalscorer?

    Also, who's the oldest player to make an LOI appearance?
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    1-1 in Inchicore, Stephen McLaughlin

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    Come on Limerick!
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    Mons 0-1 Lims

    Get in.

    2 wins and we're up!
    Last edited by BonnieShels; 21/10/2011 at 10:17 PM. Reason: Brain Fart
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    You've edited it and still got the score wrong..tsk. I think ye should beat Salthill and Harps handy enough and that sets up a good game for the title against Cork.
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    Well done, Limerick. So they basically need, in order of descending likelihood, one or more of the following:

    Bohs to implode off the pitch
    Athlone to beat Monaghan
    Shels to screw it up v S Devon and Harps.
    Last edited by born2bwild; 21/10/2011 at 10:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by born2bwild View Post
    Well done, Limerick. So they basically need, in order of descending likelihood, one or more of the following:

    Bohs to implode off the pitch
    Athlone to beat Monaghan
    Shels to screw it up v S Devon and Harps.
    Easy Peasy...

    You forgot 16 team Premier.
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    Would not be surprised to see Mons **** it up now and Limerick to slide into the playoffs.
    Lets redefine what it means to heal

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFShels View Post
    Would not be surprised to see Mons **** it up now and Limerick to slide into the playoffs.
    The Brennans are back for Athlone, though. They'll murder them. Shame, I mean, the mondogs and all that, but I have mates down in Limerick that I can visit on an away trip. (Jesus, there I am stopping myself from tempting fate - Shels still have to get promoted - I didn't know I was superstitious).

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    Fair play to Sligo, is all they could do really to stay in with a slim chance of the title. Good stuff by Limerick as well, I hope they get that bit of luck they need to get into the top 3. Preferably at the expense of the Mons from my point of view. I wouldn't support Cork in a million years but it'll be good for Munster football to have them in the Premier. I regards Shels as a big name, I'd like to see them in the Premier. Limerick then, for a so-called sporting city/county, should have a team in the top flight of Irish football.
    A Championship: 4 years - 8 first teams - 0 financially ruined. First Division '14: 7 first teams.
    Opportunity seems lost somewhere in between for new clubs/regions to become part of LoI family.

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    Weird feeling at the end of the game last night, watching the Bohs fans singing in Dalymount for possibly the last time. Could get the feeling around the place that they are definitely gone.

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    Yeah, let's just decide promotion on the basis of geographic areas and city sizes. Maybe a few bonus points for a fancy DVD. How did that work out before then?

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    At the pats game last night, good first goal, typically missed the Derry goal (damn!), seen Tom with his new flashy haircut.Attachment 1794(Derry ultras)

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    Quote Originally Posted by monutdfc View Post
    Yeah, let's just decide promotion on the basis of geographic areas and city sizes. Maybe a few bonus points for a fancy DVD. How did that work out before then?
    Couldnt be any worse then if ye were up anyway......Ye will have to get in the Navy Seals if Rovers or Bohs come to town in numbers.

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