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Bunbrosna G.A.A C
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- Me, Myself, and I
- we are a senior gaelic football team in westmeath but near the longford border. we won the intermediate championship last year and are having a mixed run of results of late but hopefully we'll pull through and stay up!
we have a strong underage setup with championship and league wins at all levels over the years.
our ladies of the club play with clann gaels who have be sucessfull over the past number of years both at adult level and underage.
p.s there was no option for a club in the gender section so its not ment to offend anyone that the club is male, its not, i had to put down something!
- queen "we are the champions" tommy lambdon unplugged, kevin tormey - plugged and of course shane deering doing a number in belevdere hills!
- the quiet man, ben hur
- gaelic football, draughts
- Scared Of
- podge green
- Happiest When
- winning, beating rival clubs and eating food made by phylis and aidan martin
- rain, soccer
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1) The GAA player who played in front of 80,000 at the weekend will be
teaching your children, selling you meat or fixing your drains on Monday
morning. The soccer player who plays in front of 80,000 will be moaning
about playing too many games and will be trying to sell you his
personalised brand of leisure wear
2) GAA nicknames are better. Soccer players just add a Y to their surnames
3) Dublin vs Meath is a real derby. What does Utd. Vs City mean to
Ronaldo or Sibierski
4) How many soccer players does it take to screw in a light bulb? Answer
eleven. One to stick it in and ten to surround and kiss him after he does
5) Soccer players go to the papers after a game. GAA players go to the
6) John Terry would run a mile if he came up against Francie Bellew
7) GAA teams are numbered 1-15. A soccer team reads like the lottery
All soccer players wear shin pads. Some hurlers wear helmets
9) Television runs soccer. Schoolteachers run the GAA
10) The GAA is about where you're from. Soccer is about who you like
11) No segregation at GAA games
12) No soccer team has a nickname quite as lovely as the Fighting Cocks of
13) Bubble perms never made it to Croke Park
14) A scoreless draw in the GAA would be quite a novelty
15) Roman Abramovich can buy the League. You can't buy Sam!!
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HOLLY -- e.g. "I gave it holly"---I put a fair bit of effort into it.
B0LLIX----Pat Spillane or any kerry players or supporters
HAMES---A right ****e-e.g.-"He made a hames of that chance"
TIMBER---Intimidation of a hurling opponent - e.g.- "Show him some timber"
LAMP----A good thump---e.g.-"I swung for the sliotar, missed by 3 feet and lamped the full back"
A CROWD---A gathering of people who watch a match and hope for random acts
of violence -e.g-Meath supporters
SCHKELP---To remove living tissue in the absence of surgical procedures -- e.g. "That whore from Tipp took a schkelp outta me leg"
HATCHET MAN---Mountainy type, uses hunter/gatherer instincts
BULLIN'---Angry-e.g-"The centre half was bullin' after I lamped him"
BULL THICK---Very angry-e.g.-"The centre half was bull thick after I lamped him again"
JOULT---A push-e.g.-"I gave him ! a joult and he has to wear a neck brace for 2 weeks"
THE COMM-A-TEEE---Local GAA bullshitters in general
BUSHTED---An undefined soreness-e.g.-"Jayz me arm is bushted"
THE BOMBER---Popular name for a fat hairy GAA player
A HANG SANGWIDGE---Consumed with "tay" on the sides of roads after matches in Croker or Thurles, usually contains half a pound of butter
RAKE-A great amount of anything, usually pints of Guinness the night before an important match
INDANAMAJAYSUS (in-da-nama-Jaysus)--! -What was that for referee?
YA B0LLIX YA---Corner back's formal recognition of a score by his opponent
LEH-IT-IN-TA-FcuK-WUD-YA---Full forwards appeal to a midfielder for a more timely delivery of the pass
MULLOCKER---Untidy or awkward player released for matches
BURST THE B0LLIX---Instructions from the sideline to tackle your man
ROW---Disagreement involving four or more players
MASSIVE ROW---Disagreement involving both teams, including goalies, substitutes and supporters jumping fences
ALL-HELL-BROKE-LOOSE---A massive row that continues out in the parking area or
dressing room areas, usually resolved by the Gardai
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You know you are a GAA shaper when...........
You wear white boots
You are the only guy with tanned legs on the team in April
You put gel in your hair before the game
You have bleached hair or a pony-tail
You have to get a hair cut before every match
You wear your collar up to your ears
You have at least one life threatening injury per game
You hang around outside the dressing room after a match (still togged out) looking for people to tell you how good you played
You warm up looking into the crowd
You wear the latest range in thigh supports, knee bandages, etc when in reality there's shag all wrong with you.
You sulk every time you lose, you blame the pitch, the wind, the sun, the ball etc, if you miss a chance (above all it was not your fault)
You complain that the backs never play good ball to you (you are always a forward because they score (backs get no glory), probably wing or corner (because you can pick up a handy score there and also wave to the crowd)) and if the selectors knew anything (which they don't) they would make you captain.
You insist on making yourself available for 2 championship matches on the same day
You threaten to quit the team cause the manager won't pick your brother
You make your own speech in the dressing room after the captain and mentors have made their speeches.
You leave in two soft goals...one dropped out of your hand....and you complain of a shoulder injury when trying to puck out the next couple of balls
You wear white boots, white socks a white helmet with a white club jersey.
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