Slightly Awkward GAA Promotional Pictures Thread

#964

She’ll pork up nicely in years to come.

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#965

She going out with a limerick hurler?

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#966

Footballer I think

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#967

Hardly going out with a Clare hurler anyways

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#968

some amount of war paint on the blonde one. I hope it washes off the hoody.

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#969

She looks good but once the sound comes out of her mouth the passion dissipates

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#970

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#971

Is that Lee chins? He’s after wintering well already

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#972

SATURDAY 8 DECEMBER

TG4 All-Ireland Women’s Senior Club final
Foxrock-Cabinteely (Dublin) v Mourneabbey (Cork), Parnell Park, 5.15pm

TG4 All-Ireland Women’s Intermediate Club final
Clontarf (Dublin) v Emmet Óg (Monaghan), Parnell Park, 7.30pm

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#973

Fake tan for all.

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#974

No. 10 is getting her point across anyway.

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#975

The lord save us and guard us

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#976

Ah that’s lovely. Are they having afternoon tea?

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#977

Is that Dirty Hands Walter? Is it just me or does he look like that Dermot fella from Today FM?

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#978

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#979

What the fuck.

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#980

20 February 2019; In attendance is Professor Rose Anne Kenny,TILDA, far left, and TILDA Ambassadors, from left, Claire Egan, former Mayo footballer, Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh, GAA commentator, Denis Coughlan, former Cork dual player, Anthony Molloy, former Donegal footballer, Maria Devenney, former Donegal footballer, and Eamonn Rea, fomrer Limerick Hurler, during the How to Age Well: GAA and TILDA Partnership launch at Croke Park in Dublin. The partnership will see live talks take place across Ireland in Mayo, Cork, Donegal, Longford and Limerick. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

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#981

It’s up there with the best yet.

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#982

Go on Rea you legend .

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#983

That reminds me of meeting Ned the night of the All-Ireland win (did you hear that Limerick won the senior hurling last year?)

We asked Ned if his 73 team were pleased now to pass on the burden of the last All-Ireland winners to the new team. He replied no, they would keep it and share it with the new group.

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