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    Default Where should I watch rugby in Dublin?

    I know that it sounds odd, but me & some of fellow members of Caernarfon squash club thought it might be a fair idea to watch the rugby on Saturday in Dublin - a lot of people do it (it isn't crazy, just Welsh).

    Any suggestions as to where we should watch?
    Poni welwch chwi hynt y gwynt a'r glaw?
    Poni welwch chi'r deri'n ymdaraw?

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    Landsdowne Road :twisted:

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerBaron69
    Landsdowne Road :twisted:
    What, with the game in Cardiff?
    Poni welwch chwi hynt y gwynt a'r glaw?
    Poni welwch chi'r deri'n ymdaraw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trefor
    Quote Originally Posted by BeerBaron69
    Landsdowne Road :twisted:
    What, with the game in Cardiff?
    im sure there will be some game in landsdowne, give you something to do other then drink and watch ireland beat wales, while wales still win the championship.
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    I would suggest any of the many rugby clubs in D4

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    Im sure there is an AIL game in Landsdowne Road

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue33
    Quote Originally Posted by Trefor
    Quote Originally Posted by BeerBaron69
    Landsdowne Road :twisted:
    What, with the game in Cardiff?
    im sure there will be some game in landsdowne, give you something to do other then drink and watch ireland beat wales, while wales still win the championship.
    For God's sake, don't you know that Guiness is godd for you?
    Poni welwch chwi hynt y gwynt a'r glaw?
    Poni welwch chi'r deri'n ymdaraw?

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    Default Re: Where should I watch rugby in Dublin?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trefor
    I know that it sounds odd, but me & some of fellow members of Caernarfon squash club thought it might be a fair idea to watch the rugby on Saturday in Dublin - a lot of people do it (it isn't crazy, just Welsh).

    Any suggestions as to where we should watch?
    I'd suggest Searson's or The Waterloo. Both are on Baggot Street, just beyond the canal, and within a Johnny Wilkinson penalty of Landsdowne Road.
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    Default Re: Where should I watch rugby in Dublin?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trefor
    I know that it sounds odd, but me & some of fellow members of Caernarfon squash club thought it might be a fair idea to watch the rugby on Saturday in Dublin - a lot of people do it (it isn't crazy, just Welsh).

    Any suggestions as to where we should watch?
    there was a great atmosphere in Paddy Cullen's on Saturday with the exception of some French supporters who insisted on antoganisting the Irish supporters!!
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    The Aviva stadium has since opened and I suggest you go there.
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