Fee paying school pupils riot outside a Dublin bar

automaticforthepeople

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If GAA fans behaved like this there'd be calls to play matches behind closed doors. But by all accounts when it comes to fee paying schools it's a case of look away.
It appears that there is a rugby competition that is popular at this time of year when pupils in other schools are focusing on their mock exams. Many of these thugs turn up dressed in something called a blazer and obviously drunk.

Is there any prospect that the violence between these wealthy schools could be limited to the pitch during match time? Conor McGregor wouldn't feel safe in Donnybrook any more after this Donnybrook.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/news/watch-gardai-called-to-street-brawl-in-south-dublin-after-schools-rugby-match-36544024.html
 


Goa Tse

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Dont worry Fiachra, daddy's solicitor will smooth all this over, roysh.
 

Ireland is Different!

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Thats the kind of spirit we want in Irish boardrooms in the future. It'll help us compete against the big boys on the global stage
 

sethjem7

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The evening began with the lighting of farts and things escalated from there.
 

silverharp

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At least Michael's won
 

eoghanacht

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Suppose we should be grateful they didn't kick any one to death.
 

between the bridges

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Pffft, ye call thon a riot? Fecking mexicants...
 

Mitsui2

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Those "kids" were all at least 35 and should be sent back where they came from immediately.
 

RasherHash

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Thats the kind of spirit we want in Irish boardrooms in the future. It'll help us compete against the big boys on the global stage
Exactly, a good kick in the bollix never did anyone any harm petunia
 

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Clearly the key words in the thread title are "fee paying". Open season then for the resenters. By the way.....such confrontations are so rare as to be almost unknown in rugby circles. I'm sure the cops didn't take long to cross the road and break it up.
 

Goa Tse

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lol
You think someone called Fiachra goes to a private school ?
Plenty of D4's with arsey Irish names. Fiachra, Oisinn, Eoghan et al.
 


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