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Murphys Stroke
26 Apr 19 16:32
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Heading to the capital for a few days during punchestown and looking for a few good betting shops close bye to each other which would take a decent bet.Preferably Paddies and Laddies with a good pub nearby Thsnks in advance

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By:
roadrunner46
When: 26 Apr 19 16:44
never been to ireland, only when i got blessed, wont get any good advice out of meLaugh
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workrider
When: 27 Apr 19 21:43
Maybe Naas town would be the spot for you..
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workrider
When: 27 Apr 19 21:45
Sorry Murphys misread your post, I hear Paddys in Lucan are okay for a chunky bet, others may disagree though...Plenty of good pubs there also.
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Cupwinkcook
When: 16 May 19 23:00
Or future reference

Cant comment on whether a shop will take a bet, most seem to take a few hundred these days with the recession over without dialing up head office.

Hard enough to find a Ladbrokes outside the city centre(Abbey st x2 plus Marlboro) these days with the exception of Cabra.

Places with a Lads with a Paddies nearby.
Cabra obviously
Finglas (bit of a walk)
Ballyfermot (good walk)
Beaumont (good walk and u need to know the area)
Dunboyne Co.Meath (handiest for punchestown)
By:
MALAY
When: 17 May 19 09:00
Raheny, 30 yards between them, 2 pubs next door also and a Dart station.
By:
olddesperado
When: 17 May 19 09:18
It's a bit late now anyway but dunboyne is hardly handy,  must be 30 miles away at least.
By:
peckerdunne
When: 17 May 19 21:18
Cabra Finglas and Ballyier are cash free zones...Grin
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peckerdunne
When: 17 May 19 21:18
Cabra Finglas and Ballyier are cash free zones...Grin
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