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Clonliffe College car park

  • 02-07-2021 11:08am
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    Registered Users Posts: 1,348 ✭✭✭


    Hi all. Just wondering what's been the usual way into Clonliffe College car park in recent years?

    Haven't parked there in at least 10 years myself because of the usual delays in getting out again afterwards, but I've booked parking there for tomorrow's matches because I don't expect it to be the same with such a smaller crowd.

    I just need to figure out how exactly to get in there!

    Thanks in advance.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 933 ✭✭✭jamule


    Hi all. Just wondering what's been the usual way into Clonliffe College car park in recent years?

    Haven't parked there in at least 10 years myself because of the usual delays in getting out again afterwards, but I've booked parking there for tomorrow's matches because I don't expect it to be the same with such a smaller crowd.

    I just need to figure out how exactly to get in there!

    Thanks in advance.

    Normally up drocondra, take a left into a laneway about 50m before the clonliffe junction.
    Not sure if they will bother for a small crowd , so may just go in the gate on clonliffe road


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,348 ✭✭✭Uncle Pierre


    Thanks. That's the way I remember from years ago all right. Apart from how it's up Drumcondra and take a right into a laneway about 50m after the Clonliffe junction if you're going in the opposite direction, like I normally would be. :)

    Anyway, because it had been so long, wasn't sure if it was still the case. But it turned out that none of the streets around Croke Park were closed to traffic yesterday anyway. Not even Jones's Road itself. So no problem in the end.

    From a Wexford man's point of view, it was a woefully disappointing result to a great game, but that's whole other story....


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