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Beautiful Garden Table with Parasol - Alexander Rose

Beautiful Garden Table with Parasol - Alexander Rose

High Quality Alexander Rose Circular Garden Table - weathered teak wood with folding supports . Approx 4 feet in diameter . Magnificent peace of furniture . Comes with large Parasol . bargain at 200 euro .
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Ceiling fan with light  - Spinnaker Combi

Ceiling fan with light - Spinnaker Combi

Spinnaker Combi 52" Ceiling fan with light . stainless steel , excellent condition . white . hardly ever used . Ideal for Restaurant or Kitchen or Cafe . specs 52" / 132cm Light : Sparta Halogen Motor Finish : Stainless steel Blades : Canvas
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Luxury Hand Made Kitchen

This unit is a stunning bespoke, hand made kitchen. For sale due to renovations. This kitchen originally cost 40,000 and includes an array of cupboards draws and storage solutions as well as an large island with white quartz Silestone counter top. Viewings are possible so feel free to get in
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Sean Walsh: 'Black card inconsistencies will be addressed'

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Sean Walsh: 'Black card inconsistencies will be addressed'

By John Harrington

National Referees Development Committee Chairman, Sean Walsh, is determined that the application of the black-card rule in Gaelic Football will be more consistent in 2017.

He admits that referees across the board have not been enforcing the black-card rules with the same vigour, and is keen to address the situation.

The problem with the black card and I have been consistent in saying this, is that it's the inconsistency we have with refereeing games in relation to it, says Walsh.

I've no problem in saying that as chairman of the referees and the referees themselves we have discussed it ourselves all through the summer.

It's the inconsistencies in relation to it that it's causing. Our task from the first National league game of this year is to make sure and to try to at all possible to eradicate the inconsistency in relation to the use of the black card.

Obviously refs in some games pulling them and refs in other games not pulling them. That aggravates players, it aggravates team managers, who see one thing and then the other.

We are conscious ourselves that that is happening and it is our aim for 2017 to address that.

I do know from the work that they do that every one of the referees would love to see the consistency in relation to the black card improved.

We have seminars where we put up maybe 20 clips per night, maybe more in some cases, hurling and football, all through the summer from the League and then into the Championship.

They'd be consistent when they vote then on what the decision is, but they may not have the same application when it happens on the field.

The black card is here to stay. That's the message I'm giving loud and clear.

Walsh admits that dissent from players to match officials is a black-card offence that regularly goes unpunished, but he has warned that will change next year.

"A number of incidents happened that went unpunished through the summer, says Walsh. They won't go unpunished in 2017.

The black-card has come under fire from some quarters, but Walsh is adamant that it has a generally positive effect and will have an even greater one once the inconsistencies in its application are ironed out.

One point I would like to make in relation to the black-card is that it is serving the purpose for what it was brought into to do, says Walsh.

We have to be very, very mindful of that fact when you look at the games, when you look at the scoring, when you look at everything.

If you take it pre-black card and now, I believe it is working and having the help it was intended to be.

"But we can't be in a position next year to say that there are still inconsistencies.

"Maybe there will be little inconsistencies but we have to limit them. The black card is here to stay. That's the message I'm giving loud and clear."

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Sep 21 , 8:17 am
good win for Cuala . heres the Seán Moran penalty again https://www.twitter.com/DubGAAOfficial/status/1307720142319751169

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