2nd September 1999
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
PANA '90 REVISITED
Liam meet Sam by the Leeside come September? Sa Pheile Mór the
Boys from the County Armagh or Boylans Royalists bar our
way. Me thinks the Granny Smith men will have to be content with
the ashes of Brian Boru. Rebels eyeballing the Royal County? No
problem! Weve already throne one kingdom into
oblivion, another would be easy meat.
Sa Iománaoicht our 99 C BMW (Barry-Murphys-Wonders) should purr its way Leeside bearing silver, wiping the Cheshire smile from the cats of Mooncoin.
66 ended Corks fancied Cill Coinnaigh. Turn over 66 and you get 99. A favourable omen is it not?
Vibes say were bankers for the double.
An Corcaigh Abú.
PROGRESS? THANK THE LORD!
Reading that letter in your Douglas Weekly about St. Columbas Hall, prompted me to write to you. I walked down Douglas East from the Church which is being painted at the moment and looking lovely. I passed the Garden Centre. I was appauled to see it closed, came to St. Columbas Hall and said to myself, How long more is that Hall going to be standing?
I walked to the old Garda Station and met an old friend. I asked him about the Garden Centre. To my horror I was told that apartments are being built, but was delighted to hear the Rugby Club bought St. Columbas Hall. Thank the Lord.
We looked across the road to see a big open space, where the Merries our Disneyland, once stood. The landmark for Douglas Village for 100 years, just raped apart in a few days. Take a bow County Hall planners, ye are doing a great job, in the name of so called progress.
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