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    <H3 style="MARGIN-LEFT: 120px">Rugby Legend to light up street of Limerick</H3>
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    Lomu, who is the youngest player ever to play for the All Blacks, will flick the switch on the streets of Limerick on the 17th of November, a day ahead of the anniversary match.

    Limerick city council is joining in the four-day festival to mark the official opening of the Thomond Park stadium and City Hall be flood lit in Munster Red.

    Laura Ryan, Communications Executive with the Limerick Co-ordination Office says the world`s biggest rugby legend is delighted to be part of the celebrations.


    http://www1.live95fm.ie/news/detail....ews&amp;articl e_id=91970
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    #2
    Good stuff. Pity the christmas decorations are up (already[img]smileys/mad.gif[/img]) and theres no flags going up O'Connell street.[img]smileys/sad.gif[/img]

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      #3
      No flags thats just daft!
      Anything seems possible now; economic stability, world peace, Conor O’Shea completing a sentence without being interrupted, even the permanent cessation of The X Factor feels within reach.
      RISTEARD COOPER The Irish Times - Thursday, September 22, 2011

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        #4
        The Giant Jersey was up on Debenhams the other day.

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          #5

          City Hall is decked with Munster flags, inside.

          Flags on the street were up since the Qf's last season, were a bit tattered, doubt if they could put them up in conjunction with the Xams lights as they use the same support cables, also heard it cost €5k or so to put up the flags each time

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            #6
            Guess it is alot of money 5000 each time and we all know money is abit tight at moment.Maybe City Council should/will have to look at placing an order offlags that would have harder wearing material - what arethe flags that fly outside state buildings composed of? maybe just better quality material or maybe just replaced more often dont know!!!! Love to see the flags flying mind you after todays events flying flags doesn't seem so important!
            Anything seems possible now; economic stability, world peace, Conor O’Shea completing a sentence without being interrupted, even the permanent cessation of The X Factor feels within reach.
            RISTEARD COOPER The Irish Times - Thursday, September 22, 2011

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              #7
              Thought i read somewhere that the flags were to be replaced in conjunction with the lights going up....must check it out.

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                #8
                <DIV =storyer>
                <H1>Jonah Lomu on Drivetime Sport</H1></DIV>
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                On Thursday 13 November All Black legend Jonah Lomu will join Des Cahill live in studio for Drivetime Sport from 6.30 to 7pm.


                If you have a question for Jonah please email us at drivetimesport@rte.ie.


                During the show you can text your questions to 51551, email us at drivetimesport@rte.ie or call us at 1850 715 105.</rte:></DIV>
                Excellence is hard to keep quite - Sherrie Coale

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                  #9
                  Folks
                  Jonah Lomu is lighting up the lights in the streets of Limerick at 5pm Monday
                  Let's all go along! Apparently the crowd will be covered in Munster confetti after he swtiches on the lights

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