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    Match Programmes

    Which Club has the best and worst match programme?

    Cork City have set the pace in recent years
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    The worst programme I've come across this year was in Waterford. Xerox job. Though some of the articles were interesting. Dublin city had the most boring programme I thought. Though I do have the programme for their last game ever. Might be worth a tenner in twenty years time!! And best is propably Corks

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    Kilkenny's is by far the worst. One page of an article, one page with the club's players and the other 4 pages ads. And probably rhe most expensive €3.
    Last edited by DmanDmythDledge; 31/07/2006 at 3:54 AM.

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    Rovers' hoops scene is by far the best and has been for the last decade or more.40 pages full colour,great articles from loads of talented writers and supporters,supporters sections,interviews with players and fans,away team section,history-pictures,articles and stats,half-time quiz,it has everything!I have read programmes from all over ireland and england and hoops scene is by far the best.Kilkenny's is probably the worst.
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    Cork City's programme is superb. Layout, presentation and content are all quality.
    "The Derry fans were fantastic in both matches. They sang their hearts out all the time and created an even better atmosphere than the Cup Final. They were brilliant. - David Graham, Gretna striker

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    Quote Originally Posted by nshoop
    Rovers' hoops scene is by far the best and has been for the last decade or more
    Rovers is usually good but over the past few years nobody can touch Cork's. Excellent stuff

    Ours is OK. Shels didn't do them for a few games (therefore breaking their UEFA licensing )

    UCD's is the worst I've seen this year but any club that does one is OK by me
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    Quote Originally Posted by nshoop
    Kilkenny's is probably the worst.
    Probably?? It is, to quote Ray Houghton, "No question about it".

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    I haven't seen a programme at a Shels match even once this season

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    Gotta agree bout the Kilkenny one.....ours may not be the most colourful or glamourous but at least there are articles and items of interest to read in it! Our new cover is class too!
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    Kilkenny should be reported to consumer affairs for their effort of a programme.

    4 pages, consisting of Chairmans welcome, team sheet and then 2 pages of
    adverts for 3.

    At least Dick Turpin wore a mask!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash
    Kilkenny should be reported to consumer affairs for their effort of a programme.

    4 pages, consisting of Chairmans welcome, team sheet and then 2 pages of
    adverts for 3.

    At least Dick Turpin wore a mask!
    Agree. Without doubt the worst one. But yours on friday was crap too. Not good when the only article in it is written by a Rovers fan!

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    Cork's is the best and was impressed with Drogs' programme last season. Haven't seen one from this season though.

    Worst in the Premier would be UCD or Waterford.

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