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He said, 'The meaning of the craic has actually broadened out in recent years, but in the older meanings it was about verbal exchange, and having banter in conversation.
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Moreover, Twice The Craic has only had two prior runs in handicap chase company.
The 33-year-old added: "In 2007 we didn't have enough craic off the pitch.
Visitors were also treated to a full menu of performances by local musicians throughout the weekend, including Quare Craic and a funk and soul set by Ollie Maude.
A PUB has changed its name from The Craic House after jokers ribbed its owners it sounded like a drugs den.
The Craic House, a West Bromwich watering hole yards from the town's new police station, will be known as the Woodman Corner from tomorrow.
The win booked Hull a Wembley semi-final against Sheffield United and Meyler said: "It was just a bit of banter and craic.
Savage Craic is one of Dubai's longest running Irish bands dating back more than 15 years.