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Re: Antrim Hurling
« Reply #41325 on: February 06, 2023, 02:47:44 PM »
Just aslong as you donít out your umbrella up in Corrigan or upset anybody by standing at the fence.

Laughable, absolutely laughable set up.

I was talking to a Kilkenny fella at the game briefly & he was less than complimentary about Corrigan

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« Reply #41326 on: February 06, 2023, 02:54:41 PM »
Just aslong as you donít out your umbrella up in Corrigan or upset anybody by standing at the fence.

Laughable, absolutely laughable set up.

I was talking to a Kilkenny fella at the game briefly & he was less than complimentary about Corrigan

We should be using the likes of Ballycastle as well or Cushendall's for the games like this.. Great scoreboard in Ballycastle
None of us are getting out of here alive, so please stop treating yourself like an after thought. Ea

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Re: Antrim Hurling
« Reply #41327 on: February 06, 2023, 03:06:30 PM »
Just aslong as you donít out your umbrella up in Corrigan or upset anybody by standing at the fence.

Laughable, absolutely laughable set up.

I was talking to a Kilkenny fella at the game briefly & he was less than complimentary about Corrigan

We should be using the likes of Ballycastle as well or Cushendall's for the games like this.. Great scoreboard in Ballycastle


Tongue firmly in cheek there MR2.

But in all seriousness we should be making them travel as far as possible, making it as uncomfortable as possible and as difficult as we possibly can. We don't get any special favours when we head down the road from any of them. Slightly annoying seeing this 'fan boying' over them when we are trying to compete, like they are doing us some favour coming up the road to play in the first place.
« Last Edit: February 06, 2023, 03:33:49 PM by NAG1 »

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Re: Antrim Hurling
« Reply #41328 on: February 06, 2023, 03:32:14 PM »
Just aslong as you donít out your umbrella up in Corrigan or upset anybody by standing at the fence.

Laughable, absolutely laughable set up.

I was talking to a Kilkenny fella at the game briefly & he was less than complimentary about Corrigan

We should be using the likes of Ballycastle as well or Cushendall's for the games like this.. Great scoreboard in Ballycastle

or Dunloy.

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Re: Antrim Hurling
« Reply #41329 on: February 06, 2023, 03:36:03 PM »
Just aslong as you donít out your umbrella up in Corrigan or upset anybody by standing at the fence.

Laughable, absolutely laughable set up.

I was talking to a Kilkenny fella at the game briefly & he was less than complimentary about Corrigan

We should be using the likes of Ballycastle as well or Cushendall's for the games like this.. Great scoreboard in Ballycastle


Tongue firmly in cheek there MR2.

But in all seriousness we should be making them travel as far as possible, making it as uncomfortable as possible and as difficult as we possibly can. We don't get any special favours when we head down the road from any of them. Slightly annoying seeing this 'fan boying' over them when we are trying to compete, like they are doing us some favour coming up the road to play in the first place.

From reading that now deleted tweet from Meath at the weekend, Down didn't seem to be doing them any favours or going out of their way to make them comfortable.

Good on them!!
« Last Edit: February 07, 2023, 10:29:58 AM by barnish oggie »

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Re: Antrim Hurling
« Reply #41330 on: February 06, 2023, 05:12:16 PM »
Just aslong as you donít out your umbrella up in Corrigan or upset anybody by standing at the fence.

Laughable, absolutely laughable set up.

I was talking to a Kilkenny fella at the game briefly & he was less than complimentary about Corrigan

We should be using the likes of Ballycastle as well or Cushendall's for the games like this.. Great scoreboard in Ballycastle


Tongue firmly in cheek there MR2.

But in all seriousness we should be making them travel as far as possible, making it as uncomfortable as possible and as difficult as we possibly can. We don't get any special favours when we head down the road from any of them. Slightly annoying seeing this 'fan boying' over them when we are trying to compete, like they are doing us some favour coming up the road to play in the first place.

From reading that now deleted tweet from Meath at the weekend, Down didn't seem to be doing them any favours or going out of their way to make them confortable.

Good on them!!

And we weren't even playing Meath...  ;D

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Re: Antrim Hurling
« Reply #41331 on: February 06, 2023, 06:49:53 PM »
If there was a prize for moaning weíd be winning it every year!! Olympic standard

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Re: Antrim Hurling
« Reply #41332 on: February 07, 2023, 11:12:05 AM »
Just aslong as you donít out your umbrella up in Corrigan or upset anybody by standing at the fence.

Laughable, absolutely laughable set up.

I was talking to a Kilkenny fella at the game briefly & he was less than complimentary about Corrigan

We should be using the likes of Ballycastle as well or Cushendall's for the games like this.. Great scoreboard in Ballycastle

That would suit me perfectly. Disgrace they didnít ask my opinion 😉

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« Reply #41333 on: February 08, 2023, 03:35:04 PM »
Down to Dublin on Sunday, hopefully a better day for hurling and hopefully we create a goal chance or two. We never made a mark on Kilkennys full back line on Saturday but in fairness Lawlor and Padraig Walsh in front of him were excellent.
Dublin are a grade above us and I will be pleasantly surprised if we come back up the road with a point. I think we were a bit lucky on Saturday, the cats left at least two goal chances behind them in the first half and while our second half comeback was encouraging to a degree we still struggled really badly on our own puck outs both short and long all day. We really need to get our primary possession sorted or we are going nowhere.

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« Reply #41334 on: February 08, 2023, 04:32:49 PM »
Down to Dublin on Sunday, hopefully a better day for hurling and hopefully we create a goal chance or two. We never made a mark on Kilkennys full back line on Saturday but in fairness Lawlor and Padraig Walsh in front of him were excellent.
Dublin are a grade above us and I will be pleasantly surprised if we come back up the road with a point. I think we were a bit lucky on Saturday, the cats left at least two goal chances behind them in the first half and while our second half comeback was encouraging to a degree we still struggled really badly on our own puck outs both short and long all day. We really need to get our primary possession sorted or we are going nowhere.

Antrim hurling at a crossroads. Donít see how anything coming down the line is better than our leaders who havenít got too long left. Giving year after year takes it toll. Thankfully Laois and Westmeathís standards lie in the gutter or weíd be down.

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« Reply #41335 on: February 08, 2023, 04:51:17 PM »
I think it's a bit harsh to say Laois and Westmeath's standards are in the gutter...

They get so far each of them and struggle with commitment once they get there. It's not dissimilar to what happens us.

Yeah you wonder who is next after Gleeson but I think, McManus aside, our team has a good age demographic so would be hopeful we get some players through and can kind of maintain division 1 anyway. It might be tough staying in Leinster every year mind.

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Re: Antrim Hurling
« Reply #41336 on: Today at 06:46:50 AM »
Is there anywhere you can get to see completed Transfers for from and to Antrim clubs? Just looking to see the movers and shakers!!