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    Na Saighdiúirí Dearga

    Haigh a chairde!

    I will keep this first post bi-lingual in the hope of poking a bit of interest.

    Tá mé ag iarraidh grúpa nua a chur ar bun laistigh den MRSC - a fheidhmíonn trí mheán na Gaeilge. Smaoineamh beag simplí le deis a thabhairt do dhaoine cluiche an lae, cúrsaí na Mumhan nó aon saghas BlaBla ar mhaith leo a dhéanamh, a dhéanamh trí mheán na Gaeilge - más suim leo. Bhíomar le haimsiú sa bheár don chluiche deiridh i gcoinne Connachta agus le cúnamh dé beimid ann amach anseo.

    We are trying to start up a new group within the MRSC - ag úsáid an cúpla focal! It's a novel idea (I think) giving people a chance to discuss the game, Munster, or whatever they fancy; through Irish in a relaxed atmosphere. We did it for the first time at the Connacht match, and want to make a regular thing of it.

    Beimid thart arís do chluiche na hOspreys. If you fancy giving it a shot - with whatever Irish you have - beidh fíor-chinn fáilte romhaibh!

    Mumha Abú.

    #2
    Cén áit?

    Cén bar.

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      #3
      Ó mo leithscéal! Beár an MRSC!

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        #4
        This is a superb idea and I wish you the best of luck. I don't even have the couple of words but this can only be a good thing. I hope everyone can get as much enjoyment and satisfaction from their Irish as is possible.
        I know something that will blow your minds. I can't tell you and I can't tell you why I can't tell you. You'll know soon and then I'll be confirmed right.

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          #5
          I think it discriminates against non Irish speaking supporters. I'll be tabling a question regarding the MRSC's support of this too.
          Yorn desh born, der ritt de gitt der gue,
          Orn desh, dee born desh, de umn bork! bork! bork!

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            #6
            Ba bhreá liom bheith páirteach sa ghrúpa seo, ach ar an drochuair ní minic a bhímse i Luimneach! Tá súil agam go mbeidh cúis agaibh teacht go Béal Feirste ag deireadh na míosa ...
            Tis but a scratch.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Miguel Sanchez View Post
              I think it discriminates against non Irish speaking supporters. I'll be tabling a question regarding the MRSC's support of this too.
              Press the red button for English commentary.
              I know something that will blow your minds. I can't tell you and I can't tell you why I can't tell you. You'll know soon and then I'll be confirmed right.

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                #8
                Or go watch the match in the Gaeltacht for a more authentic "Irish" experience?
                Yorn desh born, der ritt de gitt der gue,
                Orn desh, dee born desh, de umn bork! bork! bork!

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Miguel Sanchez View Post
                  I think it discriminates against non Irish speaking supporters. I'll be tabling a question regarding the MRSC's support of this too.
                  Genuine question (I don't speak any Irish so may have missed something obvious from the opening post).

                  Why do you think it discriminates against non Irish speakers?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by diarm View Post
                    Genuine question (I don't speak any Irish so may have missed something obvious from the opening post).

                    Why do you think it discriminates against non Irish speakers?
                    I hope its a wind-up tbh.

                    As I said in the opening post we'll be there if people want to come over and have a bit of a natter about anything as Gaeilge. There is no onus on people to come over, it is after all a public bar, merely give a chance for people a cúpla focal a úsáid más mian leo.

                    After all Munster has more Gaeltachtaí than any other province so it might be nice for people to go to their team's game, in their province ansd speak their language.

                    Sin an méid.

                    P.S.

                    Originally posted by Miguel Sanchez View Post
                    Or go watch the match in the Gaeltacht for a more authentic "Irish" experience?
                    No mention was made of "Authentic" just giving people a chance to use Irish if they feel like it. A language is means of communication, no matter where you speak it, or who you speak it with.
                    Last edited by peadardeb; 21st-May-2015, 08:48.

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                      #11
                      If there is good looking women in the group you're gonna have these boys turn up!
                      Tic-Toc. POC and DOC. Stop the clock.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Boo-boo View Post
                        If there is good looking women in the group you're gonna have these boys turn up!
                        Well... It's a start?

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                          #13
                          Even Dougie has the cupla focal
                          "We are going to hope to keep improving the environment in Munster. It’s about improving and setting standards where players and coaches can improve. Hopefully we can offer that more than just money.” Johann Van Graan 20/12/2017

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                            #14
                            Go raibh maith agaibh le gach duine a tháinig a fhaid linn dé Sathairn. Léirigh daoine suim sa togra agus is maith an comhartha sin. Mar a bhíos ag rá le aoinne a bhí ann beimid ag súil le rud leanúnach a dhéanamh den chúinne, agus forbairt a dhéanamh air chomh maith. Anois áfach is gá díriú ar Bhéal Feirste. Seans go mbeimid in ann teacht le chéile beag a dhéanamh i gCnoc an Fhéich (Ravenhill) ar an Satharn má tá suim ag aoinne cuir teachtaireacht chugam - Mumha Abú!

                            Just to say a big go raibh maith agaibh to everyone who took part in the cúinne Gaeilge on Saturday. We want to make it a regular thing and develop it next season. Might get a chance to have a get together in Ravers on Saturday. Anybody interested throw me a pm.

                            GRMA!

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                              #15
                              Maith an fear

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