EAMON FENNELL'S boots were made for walking. And the Dublin midfielder's new design is a big hit in the nightclubs.
Eamon has come up with a special flat shoe for women. It means they don't have to struggle home in high heels any more at the end of the night.
The shoes come in a tiny ball-like package that can easily fit in a women's clutch bag. They then roll out into a pair of cosy shoes. The high-heels can be placed in the package that extends when opened.
As they say, up there for thinking, and down there for dancing. Eamon is not bad at that pursuit either.
He is one of the top DJs on the circuit, and his Sunday night show on Phantom FM is compulsive listening.
CROKE PARK is selling gift vouchers for those with a head for heights.
The Etihad Skyline is proving a popular attraction. It takes place on the roof of the fourth largest stadium in Europe.
It gives visitors the chance to experience panoramic views of Dublin from 44m above ground. The Skyline visitors can also enjoy a tour of the GAA Museum.
There's also the chance to win two vouchers on the Facebook page. More details from 01-8192323 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or click onto www.skylinecrokepark.ie
HILL 16 had never seen the likes of Heffo's Army. The Dublin football revolution transformed the climate on the iconic terrace.
TG4 will broadcast a documentary about Hill 16 in the autumn. And they are asking for Dublin fans to help them do it by providing their own stories and pictures from the Hill.
"We are looking to paint a picture of the Hill from the '70s onwards through fans' photographs and their own experiences of being on the Hill," said Maire de Staic of Square One productions.
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