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« Reply #58020 on: August 11, 2017, 10:46:11 PM »
Banagher full value for their victory. Better side on the night.  Think Loup took them too lightly. Lynch near lost it for them at the death, but to be fair got them over the line at the end.

On a side note, who would want to manage their own club team? Loup management taking a lot of stick from a sizeable Loup contingent during and after the game.  More thought of you taking an outside team and getting the brown envelope.

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« Reply #58021 on: August 11, 2017, 11:42:36 PM »
There nobody in the county capable of doing the job and the only reason it go within the county is lack of money as well as lack of ambition, we are happy now to be also rans , then them muther f**kers next door are running riot, if O`Rourke leaves the Monaghan job and there a chance after the dublin mauling, it must be him, outside of that we cant afford the pat Gilroys, McAtees of this world.

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« Reply #58022 on: August 12, 2017, 12:00:45 AM »
Are you seriously saying that it will take a man from outside Derry to make America great again? I know the very one.

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« Reply #58023 on: August 12, 2017, 06:45:56 AM »
There nobody in the county capable of doing the job and the only reason it go within the county is lack of money as well as lack of ambition, we are happy now to be also rans , then them muther f**kers next door are running riot, if O`Rourke leaves the Monaghan job and there a chance after the dublin mauling, it must be him, outside of that we cant afford the pat Gilroys, McAtees of this world.

OMG JMAJ. I had to read your story again. You are on the drink again weasel. leave the car keys at home. You cannot write about the only reason and then give us all two reasons and you can't say we have no money and tell us we have to go for O'Rourke and even worse you can't put him behind gilroy and mcentee and he might read this board and you are forgetting that the man will want to bring Leo McBride and bring Ryan Porter with him and you will need to grow the money on trees at Owenbeg if you want to do that. You make more sense when you are sort of sober but you are good craic when you are not. Was it you who was shouting at ballybofey to kick her in long to the derry minor full forward when he was surrounded by three sligo boys?

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« Reply #58024 on: August 12, 2017, 07:04:14 AM »
Banagher full value for their victory. Better side on the night.  Think Loup took them too lightly. Lynch near lost it for them at the death, but to be fair got them over the line at the end.

On a side note, who would want to manage their own club team? Loup management taking a lot of stick from a sizeable Loup contingent during and after the game.  More thought of you taking an outside team and getting the brown envelope.
Banagher good value for their win. Lynch really should have put it to bed earlier but took his point when the goal was on. Eamon lynch former Banagher player and manager took over the job after they got rid of 2 previous management teams earlier in the season. Didn't see the Loup management getting any stick but not surprised after they way they talked about Johnny McBride last year.
Banagher are always capable of something like this.

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« Reply #58025 on: August 12, 2017, 11:37:03 AM »
Banagher full value for their victory. Better side on the night.  Think Loup took them too lightly. Lynch near lost it for them at the death, but to be fair got them over the line at the end.

On a side note, who would want to manage their own club team? Loup management taking a lot of stick from a sizeable Loup contingent during and after the game.  More thought of you taking an outside team and getting the brown envelope.
Banagher good value for their win. Lynch really should have put it to bed earlier but took his point when the goal was on. Eamon lynch former Banagher player and manager took over the job after they got rid of 2 previous management teams earlier in the season. Didn't see the Loup management getting any stick but not surprised after they way they talked about Johnny McBride last year.
Banagher are always capable of something like this.

Surprised to read those comments regarding McBride and Loup. I thought he had God like status in the Loup and this was further enhanced after they got to final last year. Wasn't aware that there was any blame attached to him for the defeat from within the club or supporters....

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« Reply #58026 on: August 12, 2017, 01:40:21 PM »
Are county minor footballers eligible to play in the championship if they are not in the 24?

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« Reply #58027 on: August 12, 2017, 04:47:51 PM »
Yes. All county minors who in their last year of minor are eligible to play club championship. Those minors who were in the 24 man match day panel for the county minors aren't allowed to play senior league football for their club until they are finished with the county.

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« Reply #58028 on: August 12, 2017, 04:48:39 PM »
Solved by a helpful official here at Dungiven. minors can play in club championships. Ogra Dolans game was a cracker

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« Reply #58029 on: August 12, 2017, 04:57:16 PM »
That's two big clubs teams gone that kept their men away from county Football. Dungiven and Lavey and Eoghan Rua will be nervous.

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« Reply #58030 on: August 12, 2017, 10:10:11 PM »
Word from Owenbeg that another two rebel clubs bit the dust. Four gone and Eoghan Rua left

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Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« Reply #58031 on: August 13, 2017, 08:48:03 AM »
Good result for the lads yesterday always had that bit too much for Bellaghy.

Have no idea what any of the red cards were for and thought 2 of them were actually blacks.

Will need a better performance for next round though we should have put them away much earlier but the result is the main thing. Be interesting to hear tfals views probably the ref or Screen's dirt that won the game for us  ;D

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« Reply #58032 on: August 13, 2017, 10:48:02 AM »
Good result for the lads yesterday always had that bit too much for Bellaghy.

Have no idea what any of the red cards were for and thought 2 of them were actually blacks.

Will need a better performance for next round though we should have put them away much earlier but the result is the main thing. Be interesting to hear tfals views probably the ref or Screen's dirt that won the game for us  ;D

Screen solid throughout and always looked to have another gear which wasn't needed as Bellaghy were so poor, even disinterested at times. Game should have been over at halftime, didn't seen reds either but good that Diver was taken off before he got sent off.  Lack of atmosphere throughout despite 4 penalties, all scored!  Not a dirty game, ref did not influence result but ...... his lack of fitness was there for all to see, giving big decisions from 40/50 metres and often well behind play.

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Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« Reply #58033 on: August 13, 2017, 02:52:33 PM »
Good result for the lads yesterday always had that bit too much for Bellaghy.

Have no idea what any of the red cards were for and thought 2 of them were actually blacks.

Will need a better performance for next round though we should have put them away much earlier but the result is the main thing. Be interesting to hear tfals views probably the ref or Screen's dirt that won the game for us  ;D

Screen solid throughout and always looked to have another gear which wasn't needed as Bellaghy were so poor, even disinterested at times. Game should have been over at halftime, didn't seen reds either but good that Diver was taken off before he got sent off.  Lack of atmosphere throughout despite 4 penalties, all scored!  Not a dirty game, ref did not influence result but ...... his lack of fitness was there for all to see, giving big decisions from 40/50 metres and often well behind play.

His fitness may be questionable but he got all the major decisions correct. The penalties were all certainly clear cut and the red cards appeared to be correct calls also.

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Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« Reply #58034 on: August 13, 2017, 09:02:27 PM »
I seen more feckin peelers in Owenbeg tonight than magherafelt defenders