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Antrim / Re: Antrim Hurling
« on: June 04, 2022, 06:30:17 PM »
When you look at what Kerry (who are limited) scored it doesent bode well against Cork, obviously Corrigan is a good home advantage but it could be messy.

So he’s not a fireman

Antrim / Re: Antrim Hurling
« on: June 03, 2022, 10:16:53 PM »
Interesting lineup for tomorrow. The team looks strong with Molloy and McManus back. Interesting to see maskey back in defense and Burke in the corner. Kerry never easy beat so I would expect a tight game but hopefully we will come out on the right side of it. We look strong from the bench too which is not something we always look.

I see Antrim winning this by 8+ points

Hard to believe humans could be so depraved. I hope every single one of the evil bastards can be identified and face the consequences. And this get widespread coverage to show this hate filled organisation for what it is.
People can be hateful, spiteful fcukers. Especially with a slap of drink in them.

Something similar to this happened after an Antrim county final a couple of years back. It’s difficult to understand.

The Antrim one was bad craic

Fair play to Linfield.

Indeed mind you very little consequences for him as it was a voluntary coaching position so unless his employer gets involved (assuming he has one)

Hurling Discussion / Re: Hurling 2022
« on: June 02, 2022, 09:25:42 PM »
Galway with a bit to spare 4 points
Limerick will get over the line, just 1 point
Antrim by 4 and if they lose it’s on purpose  ;)

Getting a bit of holiday money gathered up?  ;)

I’d say on who’d they prefer to play!!

It’s a tough game for both teams after this playing Cork or Wexford… who would you choose?

Not sure why people think Wexford would be mush easier, drew with Galway & beat Kilkenny.

What about those residents who did want it?

This forum reads like the belfast telegraph ffs.
“Gaa men” complaining about a new state of the art stadium, couldnt write it.

You mean the residents group Sinn Fein setup ?

Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: June 01, 2022, 03:02:55 PM »
Piece on Gaelfast in this weeks Gaelic Life. Answer a few critics maybe.

A PR piece ?

General discussion / Re: Premier League 2021-22
« on: June 01, 2022, 03:02:22 PM »
I think it’s very obvious, or should be,  the 5 subs rule benefits the bigger teams with deeper squads. Not sure why it’s even up for debate  :-\

GAA Discussion / Re: Apathy towards GAA in the south
« on: June 01, 2022, 01:15:08 PM »
Even the ill conceived north/south divide in the Tailteann points to a general unwillingness in the south to put in the hard yards (or mileage in this case)

Counties in Leinster and Munster have given up believing and fighting to be competitive with the Dubs/Kerry, content to be a doormat on their procession to provincial domination and then ask for the goalposts to be moved so they can lower the bar for themselves

Its no surprise one of the few bright lights in Leinster are managed by a Tyrone man prepared to go outside his comfort zone

I would not be prepared to give up the Ulster or Connacht championship due to the apathy and excuse mentality in Leinster and Munster, they need to own it and in time change their ways

That was more to do with cash

Good run through here from Cahair O'Kane about Casement, and what is expected of it when it opens. Answers a lot of questions posed above about how often it will be used, Antrims use of it and so on.

“We had an agreement in place with Antrim. With the passage of time, clearly we'll sit down and look at that again. Antrim will enjoy a lot of good days in Casement.

“Depending on their status in the leagues, it will make sense that some of those games would be played at Casement because they would attract a good crowd.

“There's nothing I would say is definite but Antrim's [club] hurling and football finals were always played at Casement, I don't see any reason why those wouldn't be played at the new Casement either.”

Stephen McGeehan  ???

So if Antrim are in Div3 or 4 in Football off to Corrigan you go…………

will antrim even get that big of a crowd for hurling matches or  football matches


General discussion / Re: The Official Golf Thread
« on: June 01, 2022, 08:52:06 AM »
McDowells career been in a tailspin for a while so not surprised by him

That can't be right?

These things are nonsense, nobody knows how much they earn. It’s all guesswork

I'm still struggling with the offside goal.. I get that he said it was an unintentional pass, but if you slide it to play the ball, the direction it goes is down to how you tried to play it, that aside Robertson behind the attacker as the ball was played, my limited knowledge of soccer didnt realise this didn't interfere with being onside or not..

There was two rules I picked up on today.. There is no way a girl can understand the offside rule!  :D

Did you do Madrid -1 ?  :D

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