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« Reply #36330 on: October 13, 2017, 08:32:37 PM »
Well folks, its showpiece weekend, Omagh or Errigal?

(The winners await Kilcoo/Slaughtneill in Ulster 1st round - daunting prospect)

Omagh probably favorites but is there a big performance lurking in this Errigal side?

Any word if it will be one of the featured county finals on tg4?

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« Reply #36331 on: October 13, 2017, 08:40:46 PM »
Clonoe can thank Collie Doris more than Cassidy for their successes, he orchestrated that team.

Whatever peoples opinion of Cassidy, I was talking to a couple of supporters (and 1 ex player) who all feel the players at the time get very little credit for what they achieved. 2 Championships (should have been more IMO) and a couple league titles in his time

Collie Doris was up there with the best in the county in his prime, and they had a mean defence, But these supporters say Doris was the man who won them their 2 titles


Would you and I be talking to the same few people or would this be a common opinion amongst Clonoe folk?

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« Reply #36332 on: October 13, 2017, 08:53:38 PM »
Well folks, its showpiece weekend, Omagh or Errigal?

(The winners await Kilcoo/Slaughtneill in Ulster 1st round - daunting prospect)

Omagh probably favorites but is there a big performance lurking in this Errigal side?

Any word if it will be one of the featured county finals on tg4?

Nemo v Finbarrs in deferred match - hurling is live game

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« Reply #36333 on: October 13, 2017, 10:29:00 PM »
Clonoe can thank Collie Doris more than Cassidy for their successes, he orchestrated that team.

Whatever peoples opinion of Cassidy, I was talking to a couple of supporters (and 1 ex player) who all feel the players at the time get very little credit for what they achieved. 2 Championships (should have been more IMO) and a couple league titles in his time

Collie Doris was up there with the best in the county in his prime, and they had a mean defence, But these supporters say Doris was the man who won them their 2 titles


Would you and I be talking to the same few people or would this be a common opinion amongst Clonoe folk?

Colly was a great player for us, and without him we wouldn't have won those championships, but I could also say the same about Aidan Brady, Mickey O Neill and Stephen Mc Nulty who kicked the 45 that won the championship in 08. All very important players, each team has them and they all bring very important qualities that you need to win. But to be fair to Colly he had that extra quality. Every team has and needs one. I felt we got very little credit for our 08 victory, and to win that championship we beat Errigal, Carrickmore and Dromore, we threw away 2011, Colly Donnelly had a tap over score to win it, he missed and they went up and scored, game over.

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« Reply #36334 on: October 13, 2017, 11:58:12 PM »
Clonoe can thank Collie Doris more than Cassidy for their successes, he orchestrated that team.

Whatever peoples opinion of Cassidy, I was talking to a couple of supporters (and 1 ex player) who all feel the players at the time get very little credit for what they achieved. 2 Championships (should have been more IMO) and a couple league titles in his time

Collie Doris was up there with the best in the county in his prime, and they had a mean defence, But these supporters say Doris was the man who won them their 2 titles


Would you and I be talking to the same few people or would this be a common opinion amongst Clonoe folk?

I figured that out for myself.

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« Reply #36335 on: October 14, 2017, 10:04:53 AM »
Will the County Final be streamed anywhere or is on TTM?

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« Reply #36336 on: October 14, 2017, 07:41:15 PM »
NTS V Hill next week bigger than any county final.
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« Reply #36337 on: October 14, 2017, 08:10:40 PM »
Coalisland into Div 1 League Final, 3 pt win over Dromore GFC.

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« Reply #36338 on: October 15, 2017, 01:07:47 AM »
Dungannon v Aghyaran for place in Div 1 promotion final. I go for Aghyaran dont think they can handle McNamee.

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« Reply #36339 on: October 15, 2017, 11:00:28 AM »
Dungannon v Aghyaran for place in Div 1 promotion final. I go for Aghyaran dont think they can handle McNamee.

could and should have been us playing the clarkes next sun. we missed a penalty with a minute to go. not only that but mickey mccann called a square ball for their goal. play then goes on for about a minute and a half to two minutes and Aghyaran shoot for a point but it goes high and wide. McCann then tells the umpire to wave the green flag as he's changed his mind about the square ball. you couldn't make it up. we've never had any luck in that place. anyway thought McNamee was superb for them while McHugh was poor enough.
Clarkes couldn't beat Aghyaran earlier in the season when McNamee wasn't playing so for that reason Aghyaran will probably win again and then they'll beat either Strabane or Urney to go up to Div 1 imo.

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« Reply #36340 on: October 15, 2017, 12:27:13 PM »
Fancy omagh to have too much for errigal today, although it's likely to be a tight low scoring affair.
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« Reply #36341 on: October 15, 2017, 05:51:04 PM »
Proved true: well done St Endas 10-8 full time

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« Reply #36342 on: October 15, 2017, 07:03:07 PM »
Proved true: well done St Endas 10-8 full time
As poor a county final as I can remember. A real lack of quality from both sides, although omagh much the better side I thought.
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« Reply #36343 on: October 15, 2017, 07:19:04 PM »
Proved true: well done St Endas 10-8 full time
As poor a county final as I can remember. A real lack of quality from both sides, although omagh much the better side I thought.

Omagh got the points when it mattered and were the better team but not by a lot    First 15 minutes were all Errigal and they'll no doubt have gone into the break wondering how they only scored 1 point in the first half despite having played all the football.   They missed 3 gilt edged goal chances including a Peter Harte penalty.  Over the choose of the game they were denied 1-3 by hitting the woodwork.   Omagh were the better team in the 2nd half and went 5 up with 10 mins to go and  despite a late rally left themselves too much to do.  Best of luck to Omagh in Ulster

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« Reply #36344 on: October 15, 2017, 07:30:14 PM »
Omagh had a considerable number of wides in the first half it sounded like. Maybe 6-8?