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Re: McKenna Cup 2022
« Reply #6675 on: January 12, 2022, 04:15:06 PM »
If Tyrone could get the finger out and beat Armagh this weekend that would be great. An extra game before the league would be ideal for Cavan.

That referee was brutal last night too. Stupidly strict on overcarrying.

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« Reply #6676 on: January 12, 2022, 04:26:59 PM »
Great that these games are free to watch on the Firestick. Enjoyed the Down & Antrim game last night, very enjoyable game for the time of year.

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« Reply #6677 on: January 12, 2022, 04:34:49 PM »
They finished with 13?

No they had a black card mid way through 2nd half, hecwas back on before the end

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« Reply #6678 on: January 12, 2022, 04:36:02 PM »
Still an impressive win by a Division 4 side over the All Ireland Champions. Tyrone had McGeary, Hampsey, Harte, McCurry and Meyler playing and a few other starters.

Didn't realise they'd so many of the All-Ireland team playing, Christ.
Only home from Florida ffs. The same huers conceded 6 goals to Kerry in the league not that long before knocking them out of the championship.

Only? The All-Ireland Champions lost by 15 points to a Division 4 team first game out. Has that ever happened before?

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« Reply #6679 on: January 12, 2022, 04:55:19 PM »
Still an impressive win by a Division 4 side over the All Ireland Champions. Tyrone had McGeary, Hampsey, Harte, McCurry and Meyler playing and a few other starters.

Didn't realise they'd so many of the All-Ireland team playing, Christ.
Only home from Florida ffs. The same huers conceded 6 goals to Kerry in the league not that long before knocking them out of the championship.

Only? The All-Ireland Champions lost by 15 points to a Division 4 team first game out. Has that ever happened before?

Dunno, enjoy the deep dive and tell us all the findings of this groundbreaking research when complete, as for Tyrone they bet Armagh on their home patch first game out so not applicable to the 2021 champs, there I shaved 1 minute off your search

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Re: McKenna Cup 2022
« Reply #6680 on: January 12, 2022, 05:05:30 PM »
Still an impressive win by a Division 4 side over the All Ireland Champions. Tyrone had McGeary, Hampsey, Harte, McCurry and Meyler playing and a few other starters.

Didn't realise they'd so many of the All-Ireland team playing, Christ.
Only home from Florida ffs. The same huers conceded 6 goals to Kerry in the league not that long before knocking them out of the championship.

Only? The All-Ireland Champions lost by 15 points to a Division 4 team first game out. Has that ever happened before?

Dunno, enjoy the deep dive and tell us all the findings of this groundbreaking research when complete, as for Tyrone they bet Armagh on their home patch first game out so not applicable to the 2021 champs, there I shaved 1 minute off your search

What are you talking about? Why are you getting worked up?

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Re: McKenna Cup 2022
« Reply #6681 on: January 12, 2022, 05:08:46 PM »
Great that these games are free to watch on the Firestick. Enjoyed the Down & Antrim game last night, very enjoyable game for the time of year.

What channel. I could not get them

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Re: McKenna Cup 2022
« Reply #6682 on: January 13, 2022, 11:35:14 AM »
Great that these games are free to watch on the Firestick. Enjoyed the Down & Antrim game last night, very enjoyable game for the time of year.

What channel. I could not get them

yeah i was wondering the same, beo sport is hardly available on the firestick, unless you have an iptv provider that pays for the games surely?

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Re: McKenna Cup 2022
« Reply #6683 on: January 13, 2022, 11:50:16 AM »
Great that these games are free to watch on the Firestick. Enjoyed the Down & Antrim game last night, very enjoyable game for the time of year.

What channel. I could not get them

yeah i was wondering the same, beo sport is hardly available on the firestick, unless you have an iptv provider that pays for the games surely?

Available on the GaaGo channels on the Firestick

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Re: McKenna Cup 2022
« Reply #6684 on: January 13, 2022, 11:54:53 AM »
Great that these games are free to watch on the Firestick. Enjoyed the Down & Antrim game last night, very enjoyable game for the time of year.

What channel. I could not get them

yeah i was wondering the same, beo sport is hardly available on the firestick, unless you have an iptv provider that pays for the games surely?

Available on the GaaGo channels on the Firestick

I actually tried the GaaGo  channels i have on mine but none showed Down v Antrim.

I take it you mean iptv and not an offiical app on the firestick?

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Re: McKenna Cup 2022
« Reply #6685 on: January 13, 2022, 04:29:14 PM »
Great that these games are free to watch on the Firestick. Enjoyed the Down & Antrim game last night, very enjoyable game for the time of year.

What channel. I could not get them

yeah i was wondering the same, beo sport is hardly available on the firestick, unless you have an iptv provider that pays for the games surely?

Available on the GaaGo channels on the Firestick

I actually tried the GaaGo  channels i have on mine but none showed Down v Antrim.

I take it you mean iptv and not an offiical app on the firestick?

Yeah IPTV on the firestick. 40 a year - Bargain!!

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Re: McKenna Cup 2022
« Reply #6686 on: January 13, 2022, 04:41:55 PM »
Great that these games are free to watch on the Firestick. Enjoyed the Down & Antrim game last night, very enjoyable game for the time of year.

What channel. I could not get them

yeah i was wondering the same, beo sport is hardly available on the firestick, unless you have an iptv provider that pays for the games surely?

Available on the GaaGo channels on the Firestick

I actually tried the GaaGo  channels i have on mine but none showed Down v Antrim.

I take it you mean iptv and not an offiical app on the firestick?

Yeah IPTV on the firestick. 40 a year - Bargain!!

I will keep an eye out on my iptv at the weekend, although i am surprised GAAGo can show them live when Beo Sport are the ones streaming it and charging for it.

Maybe just your one the guy that runs it pays for Beo Sport as part of it, which is pretty good!