Brian's (neighbour) in goals, Anthony's (brother) up front and Christie (Manager) will tell you the rest.

Legendry quote from Martin 'Cash' Keogh on team selection in the first Carlow Youth's League in 1985 / 86.

Kick it into the river.

Noel Ryan (Manager) to Slaney Rovers backline against Avoca United (whose pitch is adjacent to the Avoca river) in Slaney's 2 – 5 win in the Charlie Bishop Cup March 1'st. 1981.

He's about as useful as an ashtray on a motorbike.

A Jimmy 'the Dud' Byrne special about the attributes of an opposing player.

Go back to Tallagh and turn right.

Slaney Rovers secretary Brian Curran giving directions to Rom Star Western from the Dublin League on the mobile phone from Slane (Co.Offaly) looking for location of pitch in the Leinster Junior Cup - 2000 / 01

Who’s Jack Charlton?

A young Conor O'Brien in his debut season with the Under Nines during the half time break, when over hearing parents discussing the merits of the Jack Charlton era on Irish soccer – 2002 / 03.

Your taking off a motor bike and putting on a push bike.

Mike 'Baa' Byrne's quip at selectors on the line as he was been substituted and replaced by Martin 'Cricket' Molloy in the mid nineties as both players were winding down their careers.

Don’t believe it unless it's printed in the Farmers Journal.

Slaney Rovers Treasurer Gabriel Deering, when asked on tabloid speculation about Carlos, Ronaldo and Figo joining Chelsea for season 2004 / 05.

The Palestinians will get a homeland before Slaney Rovers get a home pitch in Rathvilly.

Comment at 26th A.G.M.

Now I know what Alex Ferguson goes through.

Declan Clarke (Manager) as he passes out the chewing gum to anxious parents with his Under Nine team defending a slender one goal lead in Killeshin - 2002 / 03.

She's able to make a sandwich out of crumbs.

A Joe Dunne classic from commentary with Brian O Donoghue of the 1'st. Carlow Women's Cup Final, on Catherine Dempsey's ability to make something happen when in possession.