On Saturday afternoon, with my partner in crime Amy – taking a nap, I sat on my lonesome in the main bar of The Hydro Hotel and watched the LGBT world go by. I spent two hours doing this exercise and I’m sure those who caught a glimpse of me must have thought I looked like someone with a bit of a want with the silly grin that was plastered across my face.
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Orla Vaughan is the woman in the thick of it all What can I say about Marcus White, the man behind the newly planned Outing in Lisdoonvarna? He’s a ball of energy, not just any old energy but that most sought after holy grail of energy, positive energy. This is not news to me [...]
Ireland finally got through 80 minutes of play at home, and in the process firmly put behind them the narrow loss away against France and the abandoned Wales home fixture. The final scoreline amounted to a resounding victory for Ireland, although in fairness to the Italians, doesn’t reflect the ferocity with which they fought.
Ireland coach, Philip Doyle, has chosen the starting XV for tomorrow night’s opening Six Nations game against Wales at Ashbourne RFC. We take a look at the healthy mix: Legends of the Ball; hardy perennial stalwarts; and wee newbies fresh from making their way up through the ranks.
We’ll have a run-down of the XV’s replacements tomorrow, so check back!
Just when you are ready to give up on the summer and get your winter head on, up pops Limerick Pride to get you back into those shorts one last time – rain be damned!
Limerick Pride 2010 runs from Sept 5th to Sept 12th, so why not get out there and get involved?
At last the weekend is upon us! But what have you missed in Gaelick-land this week? Here’s a quick round-up of what we’ve been yakking about.
Before you spew your tea everywhere, let me share a little secret with you about my wonderful colleagues here at at Gaelick HQ, they are not really into the Eurovision. I know, appalling isn’t it? When you consider that not alone are we gay, which should make us somewhat interested in the whole occasion, but [...]