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« Reply #45585 on: July 26, 2022, 12:56:10 PM »
You’d be some fanatic to go to 24 games although I’m sure some will.

The person that goes to 24 games is not fun to be around.

What would be the right number of games for Brian and Fergal to attend?

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« Reply #45586 on: July 27, 2022, 09:50:42 PM »
What happened Carrickmore tonight? We’re the missing many? Well beat by a mediocre Clarkes team
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« Reply #45587 on: July 27, 2022, 10:07:50 PM »
What happened Carrickmore tonight? We’re the missing many? Well beat by a mediocre Clarkes team

Definitely wouldn’t classify Clarke’s as a mediocre team!

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« Reply #45588 on: July 28, 2022, 12:02:39 AM »
What happened Carrickmore tonight? We’re the missing many? Well beat by a mediocre Clarkes team

Paul Donaghy appears to have cut his American trip short which would explain the Clarke’s recent turnaround in their results.

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« Reply #45589 on: July 28, 2022, 07:36:43 AM »
What happened Carrickmore tonight? We’re the missing many? Well beat by a mediocre Clarkes team
2nd best on the night - no arguments. Yes we are missing 4/5 men to America, a couple on holiday and a couple just returned Monday night.  Not an ideal time of the year to be dropping points and but Im sure there will be a response at Derrylaughan Sunday.

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« Reply #45590 on: July 28, 2022, 08:26:01 AM »
What happened Carrickmore tonight? We’re the missing many? Well beat by a mediocre Clarkes team

Paul Donaghy appears to have cut his American trip short which would explain the Clarke’s recent turnaround in their results.

Was wondering, why is Donaghy home from the states?

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« Reply #45591 on: July 28, 2022, 08:51:05 AM »
What happened Carrickmore tonight? We’re the missing many? Well beat by a mediocre Clarkes team

Paul Donaghy appears to have cut his American trip short which would explain the Clarke’s recent turnaround in their results.

Was wondering, why is Donaghy home from the states?

Was Donaghy just on holidays in USA or over to play football?
In previous years, I am fairly sure there was a 60/90 day period whereby your transfer had to hold meaning you could not play for your home club again until that expired.
Obviously that is not the case nowadays, probably explains why so many young lads have went stateside over the last while

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« Reply #45592 on: July 28, 2022, 09:13:55 AM »
What happened Carrickmore tonight? We’re the missing many? Well beat by a mediocre Clarkes team

Paul Donaghy appears to have cut his American trip short which would explain the Clarke’s recent turnaround in their results.

Was wondering, why is Donaghy home from the states?

Must have been just over for a holiday as only missed a couple of games for clarkes. Dungannon and Carrickmore both missing plenty of men last night by the sounds of it. Most teams in the same boat. have to say I don't recall a year where as many were away to the states, but that's obviously pent up demand from last couple of years

Was Donaghy just on holidays in USA or over to play football?
In previous years, I am fairly sure there was a 60/90 day period whereby your transfer had to hold meaning you could not play for your home club again until that expired.
Obviously that is not the case nowadays, probably explains why so many young lads have went stateside over the last while

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« Reply #45593 on: July 28, 2022, 10:00:41 AM »
Has anyone any idea of what week we should expect to see games changed from Friday night? I know it’ll be coming soon but just wondering is any word out? The light is fading…

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« Reply #45594 on: July 28, 2022, 10:11:23 AM »
What happened Carrickmore tonight? We’re the missing many? Well beat by a mediocre Clarkes team

Paul Donaghy appears to have cut his American trip short which would explain the Clarke’s recent turnaround in their results.

Was wondering, why is Donaghy home from the states?

Was Donaghy just on holidays in USA or over to play football?
In previous years, I am fairly sure there was a 60/90 day period whereby your transfer had to hold meaning you could not play for your home club again until that expired.
Obviously that is not the case nowadays, probably explains why so many young lads have went stateside over the last while

Thought he was over to play football. It’s a 30 day rule nowadays I think.

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« Reply #45595 on: July 28, 2022, 11:28:00 AM »
What happened Carrickmore tonight? We’re the missing many? Well beat by a mediocre Clarkes team

Clarke’s were missing players 5 starting players as well, we weren’t the only ones no excuses. Clarke’s wanted it more, every breaking ball they were coming away with. Paddy quinn and donaghy put an exhibition on. Daly Jones for them had a great game also

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« Reply #45596 on: July 28, 2022, 11:59:55 AM »
Has anyone any idea of what week we should expect to see games changed from Friday night? I know it’ll be coming soon but just wondering is any word out? The light is fading…
Latest rumour is that  games will be brought forward to 6:30 and 7:45 as they were when leagues were threw in and will conclude on Fridays.

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« Reply #45597 on: July 28, 2022, 12:18:14 PM »
Has anyone any idea of what week we should expect to see games changed from Friday night? I know it’ll be coming soon but just wondering is any word out? The light is fading…
Latest rumour is that  games will be brought forward to 6:30 and 7:45 as they were when leagues were threw in and will conclude on Fridays.
Suprised more teams didn't change fridays game to tonight, extra day to sunday

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« Reply #45598 on: July 28, 2022, 12:40:53 PM »
Has anyone any idea of what week we should expect to see games changed from Friday night? I know it’ll be coming soon but just wondering is any word out? The light is fading…
Latest rumour is that  games will be brought forward to 6:30 and 7:45 as they were when leagues were threw in and will conclude on Fridays.

That won’t make much difference. The light fades by 20 minutes a week at the minute so affectively by mid August we are losing an hour. Surely it will have to go to Sunday from then onwards.
It is almost impossible for reserve teams to field at 6.30pm especially if they have to travel any distance for the game

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« Reply #45599 on: July 28, 2022, 02:26:13 PM »
Would be a good idea to start the reserve leagues earlier, by the time the shorter evenings came in it would be a senior only fixture.