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zebedee
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Both hurling and Gaelic football have the All-Ireland Championships running over the summer (the lower key National Leagues run earlier in the year). I think the two championships roughly alternate (ie hurling one week, football the next then the next round of football on the third weekend).

With regards to London's participation or lack there of in the hurling championship I believe this is not unusual - whilst virtually all Irish counties compete in football, the numbers entering the top tier of the hurling championship are much lower. I suspect this is because Gaelic football is easier to pick up than hurling and hence has a wider number of players available across the country. The number playing hurling (certainly outside its heartland areas) is less and the difference in ability between top and lesser levels of teams is much greater. I suppose the situation is similar to that of (association) football and rugby union across Europe - most countries are able to raise a football team of reasonable standard that can hope to put up a reasonable fight against most teams, where as in rugby union the top few nations would absolutely thrash even middle ranking nations.


Lucan Bohs
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Yeah, the hurling and football seasons more or less occur at the same time of the year.

As far as I know, but I could be wrong, London don't compete in any provincial competition or the All-Ireland.



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Lucan Bohs
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With regards to London's participation or lack there of in the hurling championship I believe this is not unusual - whilst virtually all Irish counties compete in football, the numbers entering the top tier of the hurling championship are much lower. .


Yes that's true, Kilkenny I think are the only county with a hurling and no football team



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zebedee
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As far as I know, but I could be wrong, London don't compete in any provincial competition or the All-Ireland.


London and New York both enter the Connacht Football Championship ,presumably because its the smallest in terms of entrants.


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Connacht has five counties - Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo. Therefore, the Connacht Championship has seven teams, including London and New York. Incidentally, this makes it larger than the Munster Championship, which has six counties/teams - Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford.


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Sunday 22 July
British Superbike Championship
Brands Hatch

Will be another new circuit for me, weather permitting! Unsure



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Sunday 22 July
British Superbike Championship
Brands Hatch

Will be another new circuit for me, weather permitting! Unsure


All systems go for the above, looking forward to first visit to Brands Hatch and first Superbike meeting, hopefully the Buildbase BMW will get on the podium.



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All systems go for the above, looking forward to first visit to Brands Hatch and first Superbike meeting, hopefully the Buildbase BMW will get on the podium.



How long has that been allowed ?


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All systems go for the above, looking forward to first visit to Brands Hatch and first Superbike meeting, hopefully the Buildbase BMW will get on the podium.


How long has that been allowed ?


Not the actual bike you understand! more the rider of it hopefully, in this case Peter Hickman. Crazy



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Fantastic days racing at Brands Hatch, and perfect weather for it too!
Cool



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Lucan Bohs
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Leinster senior final
Dublin 2-13 Meath 1-13
Admission €35
programme €5
attendance 69,656



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Monday 30 July 2012
Olympic Games Women's Handball Preliminary Round
Great Britain 16 Russia 37
France 18 Spain 18
Both played at the Copper Box, Olympic Park, London
Ticket £20, Day 3 programme £5

My first experience of this sport and it was a fantastic experience.

An excellent arena with superb views, even from the back of the upper tier.

GB's inexperience at the sport was somewhat exposed by the highly rated Russian side. The host nation came from 2-0 down to 2-2 but that was as good as it got. Not many empty seats it has to be said, although there were a few after the break as some had obviously decided they only wanted to see GB in action.

The 2nd game though was a cracker. Spain were never behind but never managed to get that unassailable lead and that allowed France to stay in touch and get the equaliser in the last couple of minutes.

Now disappointed that I shan't be at any more sessions.



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rambler77
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Friday 3rd August 2012
Women's Handball Preliminaries - Group B
@ the Copper Box Arena

Spain 25-24 Sweden
Denmark 22-23 Norway

Admission: £50

Had to pay top whack to get some tickets, even though it was not a sell out. Agree with DavetheGlassboy in regard to both the sport and the arena.

Both games, as you can see by the score were very close with none of the sides able to take a grip on their respective match. Spain opened up a two goal cushion in the last minute before the Swedes scored the final goal of the game. They were helped massively by their gk Silvia Navarro who made 14 saves during the game.

The all Scandinavian affair saw Norway win the match with just twelve seconds left on the clock.

Both myself and the wife had a brilliant day in London at the Olympic Park. The organisation was superb and the staff friendly, helpful and informative.

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Sunday August 5th 2012

Olympic Sailing Regatta - Weymouth

Park and Ride - Free
Place on Pier - Free
Place on Beach with screens - FreeCool
Att:5000-6000 (est) This is just the pier and beach and not the Hill "Grandstand"
Programmes - Daily Olympic One £10
Sailing Regatta one £5


After Mad Mick enjoying himself on Wednesday and telling me how the prices had been cut and really get into the Olympics more than I expected I thought sod it and talked Splodge Senior into a day at the sea-side without the Isle of Wight in view!

Arrived at park and ride site (there are 3) and the organisation was superb. Couldn't go wrong anywhere and the volunteers were exceptionally friendly, and actually looking like they meant it everywhere we went throughout the day. Buses were frequent throughout the day and we arrived at Weymouth sea front just after 10.

As soon as you got off the bus walking into Town you could actually feel the tense anticipation like any cup semi final as to whether they would do it and add to that the general feel good factor about GB sport in the air and it was a great occasion.

Watched the start of the opening group races on the pier but with the boats not really visible and following the decision to close down the weymouth festival there were few amenities on the pier and Splodge Senior does need to use the amenities! (He is getting on you know)

We headed down to the sea front. Lovely sandy beach which was absolutely packed throughout, but we found a space close to the shoreline where we could see the action on the big screens, seeing as the boats were on the whole on the opposite side.

There was plenty of cheering and waving of union jacks all the time and at times it was a bit like at being at an international football match - All that was missing was that bloody band!

Excuse my ignorance here but I know nothing at all about sailing and all I can say about the first race (Doubles?) is from the view on the screens that our boys cocked it up in the final straight and their final position of 8th just saw them pipped.

Then came the Ben Ainsley race and the noise got louder, the flag waving more profound, the TV Cameras taking more shots and asking people for their thoughts. From what I could make out Ainsley took an early lead over the Dane and never gave it away, whilst towards the end the Dutch boat got himself into a position where he could nick the gold at the post but carrying out a turn cocked it up big style to go from 2nd to 5th with Ainsley sailing in comfortably through to the finishing line to set off huge cheers from all the beach and along the pier.

Splodge Senior who is quite senior had enough and considering he's tee-total shocked me by suggesting we head for the pub for a drink, so went back into Town and the Spoons. Piddle Brewery's Leg Warmer was very Gingerish, whilst the follow up pint of Brewster's Pandora was off and with the pub heaving decided to leave it than queue for 15 minutes to get it changed and we came home.

A35/A31/M27 were understandably busy but traffic was moving freely enough and we got home just after 6pm.

A surprisingly good day.



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DavetheGlassboy
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Sunday 5 August 2012
Olympic Games Women's Volleyball Preliminary Round
Great Britain 0 Japan 3 (19-25, 14-25, 12-25)
Italy 2 Russia 3 (28-26, 19-25, 25-22, 16-25, 11-15)
Both played at Earl's Court, London
Ticket £20, Day 9 programme £5

My first live volleyball albeit it's a sport I'm far more familiar with than handball.

GB couldn't qualify and Japan would finish 3rd in the group regardless and the home side never looked like making a fight of it.

Italy and Russia were playing for 1st place and was nip and tuck throughout with the Russians taking the momentum in the 4th set (8-0 up at the first technical time out - i.e. US TV advert break!) before seeing it out at the end.

Managed to leave Earl's Court at 18:55 and still get to Marylebone for the 19:33 train back to Brum which I thought was good going.

And that's it as far as my non-football Olympic experience goes. With the benefit of hindsight I think I'd have been better off going for more of these sessions and fewer football but c'est la vie.



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Aug 6, 2012, 2:27 AM

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Baseball

Friday 3rd August

Minor League - Double A

Texas League

San Antonio Missions 8 - 2 Frisco Roughriders



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Sunday 5 August 2012, 11:00am: London Olympics Women’s Marathon: att: seemingly millions: Entry free; no programme issued.

At last, a free entry event I can get too. Having been unable to get to either of the cycling road races (watching football in Scotland) or time trials (trapped at work), I was determined to be at the roadside for this, the first of two marathons through London’s streets. Early arrival ensured a good place on the rail – careful perusal of the route showed that a position on the Great Tower Street / Lower Thames Street junction would afford the possibility to see the runners pass a total of six times as they undertook a complex City and Westminster circuit.

But long experience of cycle road races told me that simply being on the rail is not good enough if you want to follow the race. You also need to be near a big screen or a decent pub with plentiful TVs if you are to obtain maximum enjoyment and understanding of the race. No sign of any big screens, but my chosen road junction is faced by Fullers’ pub, the Hung Drawn & Quartered, which had engaged loads of staff to cope with the multitudes. Sorted.

The build up was dominated by a huge downpour, but enlivened by a marching band of Urban Morris-types and some impressive samba drummers, who kept up their pounding throughout. Just as the runners were about to round the corner from Eastcheap for the first time, the rain stopped, the sun came out, brollies came down, and we all had a great view of the still-large leading pack. By the third lap, this had thinned out considerably and it looked to all to be a straight race between the Ethiopians and the Kenyans, with a Russian hanging in. Two surviving Brits were well back; but in these circumstances I am allowed to remember my Kenyan place of birth and I stood near a Kenyan family just along the rail and was able to cheer on Priscah Jeptoo and Mary Keitany as they looked strong on the final lap, even remembering a few encouraging words of schoolboy Swahili. I think my support must for sure have helped, as TV soon showed Jeptoo with a big grin and Kenyan flag draped around her neck as she had taken silver behind Tiki Gelana. This sight coming only after every single straggler had been cheered around the roads, some of whom were rather a long way off the pace. Many said they were encouraged to PBs by the London crowd, even the diminutive backmarker from East Timor. I only saw two girls sitting in the broom wagon on the last lap, although it later emerged that Mara Yamauchi had dropped out early on, explaining why none of us had spotted her in the pack.

I had thought that the lady water polo players were an unusual, extreme shape, and now it turns out that the marathon runners are another extreme example of the female form. Many seem desperately thin and the poor things did look a bit unnatural out there in the rain in their skimpy running togs. There is no hiding place in an event such as this.

Disappointingly, the £5 Daily Programme is ‘Exclusively Available’ within the ticketed venues only, and not available to the mere plebs who take advantage of the free viewing possible at events such as this.


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I would say women's volleyball (not the beach variety) is the best team sport of the Olympics. I'm looking forward to the knockout stages.


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"for this, the first of two marathons through London’s streets. Early arrival ensured a good place on the rail – careful perusal of the route showed that a position on the Great Tower Street / Lower Thames Street junction would afford the possibility to see the runners pass a total of six times as they undertook a complex City and Westminster circuit. "

Is it the same route next week? How early did you have to get there? Cheers!



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Mishi
I'm pretty sure it is the same route this coming Sunday. I'll probably not be able to make it myself, but if I could I would go back to the same spot as it worked well for me. Because of the heavy rain last Sunday, most people were hiding under trees and in doorways etc.. and only emerged shortly before the runners arrived, so it was easy to get a good vantage point. Conditions this week should be better. But I would not judge that you would need to get to a City vantage point much before the start time of the race and you will get a decent view. Everybody moves around anyway between the laps, so the whole thing is quite fluid. Trying to get a view at the Westminster end might be a different ball game altogether.


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Thanks, that's a great help. Won't blame you if my plans go pearshaped! ;-)



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Olympic Athletics
August 6
Attendance: 80,000
Admission: £65


This was a new experience for me. I had never been to any high level athletics before but for me the Olympic Games are all about athletics so I was was very keen that the family and I should experience what will probably be a once in a lifetime event. We were at the morning session, so no finals, but we saw men's 800 metres and discus and women's 100 metres hurdles, 1,500 metres and shot put. Our view was outstanding - level with the top of one of giant screens and a few yards to the side of it.

We had a fantastic morning which exceeded all our expectations. The noise when any British athletes were in action was astonishing and when Lawrence Okoye qualified for the discuss final with his final attempt the noise was greater than any that I have experienced in any sports stadium.

This was my second visit to the Olympic Park and both times I have come away with nothing but praise for the organisation of the event both within the Park and throughout London. Any overseas visitor can not fail to have been impressed with what has been achieved. It made me enormously proud to be British. My only complaint was that I had nothing to moan about.Wink


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SUNDAY 5th AUGUST

I spent the morning watching the ladies marathon and in the evening i was at the Excel for the boxing. An excellent night of boxing which included Britain's Luke Campbell make it through to the semi-final .

MEN'S BANTAMWEIGHT Q-FINAL
1. L.ALVAREZ (CUBA) 16 - 11 R.VIEIRA (BRAZIL)

2. J.J.NEVIN (IRELAND) 19 - 13 O.VALDEZ (MEXICO)

3. L.CAMPBELL (GBR) 16 - 15 D.DALAKLIEV (BULGARIA)

4. M.OUADAHI (ALGERIA) 15 - 17 S.SHIMIZU (JAPAN)


MENS HEAVYWEIGHT Q-FINAL
1. O.USK (UKRAINE) 17-13 A.BETERBUYEV (RUSSIA)
2. T.PULEV (BULGARIA) 13-10 Y.PERALTA (ARGENTINA)
3. T.MAMMADOV (AZE) 19-19 S.KARNEYEU (BELARUS) T.MAMMADOV won on count back
4. J.LARDUET (CUBA) 10-12 C.RUSSO (ITALY)


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Olympic Athletics
August 6
Attendance: 80,000
Admission: £65

This was my second visit to the Olympic Park and both times I have come away with nothing but praise for the organisation of the event both within the Park and throughout London. Any overseas visitor can not fail to have been impressed with what has been achieved. It made me enormously proud to be British. My only complaint was that I had nothing to moan about.Wink


You are not so far from the man depicted in the Matt cartoon in the Daily Telegraph, grumpily announcing to his wife as he comes through his front door that "London is full of happy, smiling people; I feel like a stranger in my own city."

I suppose I'd better use one of these.........Laugh


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Olympic Athletics
August 6
Attendance: 80,000
Admission: £65

This was my second visit to the Olympic Park and both times I have come away with nothing but praise for the organisation of the event both within the Park and throughout London. Any overseas visitor can not fail to have been impressed with what has been achieved. It made me enormously proud to be British. My only complaint was that I had nothing to moan about.Wink


You are not so far from the man depicted in the Matt cartoon in the Daily Telegraph, grumpily announcing to his wife as he comes through his front door that "London is full of happy, smiling people; I feel like a stranger in my own city."

I suppose I'd better use one of these.........Laugh


My wife pointed at that cartoon and insisted that it was clearly meUnsure

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