Away for a week

Just a quick note to say that I’m away for all of the next week, as I’m heading once again to west Africa where it promises to be hot but where, unfortunately, it’s work rather than holidays that awaits me.  The last time I was there I managed to stay networked reasonably well so hopefully it’ll be the same on this occasion too. ‘Till later, then.

11 thoughts on “Away for a week

  1. Bon Voyage Willie Joe………West Africa sounds ok to me for the odd weeks work! If you ever need a sub………..ah…….

  2. Mind all the revolutions out there. Just after reading the Sunday Independent headline. Fine Gael (indeed!) are simply implementing the Fianna Fail (indeed!) 4 year plan. Like the Beatles once said…we need a revolution.

  3. Ontheroad I stopped at Sunday Independent. Dont worry though a good Islandeady GAA man will steer the country onto the right road.

  4. The Daily Mail are doing a team on Saturdays of the form players in the National Leagues football and hurling for the previous week.
    Tom Coniffe has been in the full back line for the last couple of weeks.He has been joined on the team this week by Ger Cafferkey and Jason Doherty.
    It`s good to see our boys getting some recognition for their efforts.Jason seem like a very modest lad playing down his role in teams,he scored 7 points for the college one week and afterwards said sure most of the scores were handy frees.We need more lads like that in the team well done!

  5. pj regarding Jason he’s always been like that even in secondary school he was the same . he always just delivered the goods on match day.

  6. Good Man Willie Joe — you are a “man of the world” — isn’t that what it’s all about. While you are over there you might sound out the possibility of setting up a “West African Mayo Supporters Club” as we need any few bob we can lay our hands on to pay the outstanding debt on McHale Park! Maybe too the idea of “twinning” a town in that part of the world with a town in Mayo would be a good concept. For instance we could match up the likes of Muqdisho or Dar es Salaam with Belmullet or Blacksod all in the interests of fostering better relations between our two communities ! ! In the meantime we will give Enda your regards as he is about to assume high office and we hope your namesake doesn’t have too good a game for Armagh against us next weekend. One last thing Willie Joe don’t forget: No milking outside the bucket over there!

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