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The south entrance to Ballyanne, County Wexford, a house built c.1790 for Henry Houghton. It was demolished in 1943 but this wide gatescreen indicates what has been lost. 378 more words

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Blues Talk TV - Episode 241

This week on Blues Talk, in part one we take a look at Ireland’s victory over Australia in the Aviva Stadium and discuss the Autumn Series as a whole before, in part two, taking a look at Leinster’s try bonus point loss away to Scarlets and previewing our fixture against the Dragons in the RDS.


Blues Talk TV - Episode 239

This week on Blues Talk, the team take a look back at Ireland’s win over Canada in the Aviva Stadium and the rest of the weeks results in Part One, before previewing the clash with what is sure to be a vengeful All Blacks side in Part Two.


Leinster Cross Country: Senior and Juvenile, Sun Nov 13th


Senior Women: 8 Sally Forristal SJ,  12 Sile Carroll (Liffey Valley);
Senior Men:  3 Thomas Hayes, 20 Ray Lonergan, 35 Paul Moran, 45 Pat Young (All KCH); KCH 5th club  440 more words


#2016HolidayToDoList NES Classic Niall Horan - It was a blue night in the end . Fantastic @leinsterrugby pe...

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Blues Talk TV - Episode 238

This week on Blues Talk we take a look back at Ireland’s historic first victory over the New Zealand All Blacks in Chicago and preview the Ireland Canada game in Part One before reviewing a callow Leinster side’s victory away to Zebre and the rest of the weeks news and action in Part Two.


How to Dress Like a European - Church Gate Collection

Ireland personified is off-putting.

It’s a pint-swinging, post-communal wine drinking, vowel-swallowing, toothless legend.

Stereotypes are based in a skewed reality, so here’s an example. In a new series, I’ll be compiling some looks for you based on European cultures and their styles as viewed through a judgmental, often distant, but appreciative lens. 137 more words