Dubs a wonder of world web!
HIGH praise across the airways for the Dublin Camogie website.
It came from Dave O'Grady, the talented broadcaster on Dublin City FM's Dublin GAA Show (103.2) on Wednesday nights (7pm).
"The Dublin Camogie website is wonderful," declared Dave, and he is not alone in his admiration.
It has fans as far away as Brazil, India and Ghana. And those that log on strike gold everytime.
"Last year, 138,484 visitors from 112 countries clicked onto the Dublin Camogie site, with 91 per cent of those coming from Ireland," explains official, Gerry O'Sulllivan.
"There were 33,049 first-time visitors to the site, and we are delighted with the response," added Gerry.
It is bright and cheerful, and it is as easy to follow as turning on the tele. It has more departments than Clery's.
The info keeps flowing with all the consistency of Reuters. All the notices are there, and the club contact list is one of the most impressive features.
The reports are also first-class. All the Dublin teams are covered. The write-ups from the games appear, in the words of the great Tommy Cooper, "just like that".
The picture parade is also so appealing. So many brilliant photos. Seamus Massey is a genius. And a diligent one.
The Roll of Honour section has also drawn the crowds. And those crowds keep rising.
That's a trend that's sure to continue. The word is that even the Eskimos take off the gloves to check out www.dublincamogie.ie. And it's a site that is as comforting as an electric blanket.
These are the top 10 countries that click on: 1: Ireland. 2: UK. 3: America. 4: Germany. 5: Australia. 6: France. 7: Belgium. 8: Spain. 9: Canada. 10: Holland.