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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2021.
« Reply #30 on: November 08, 2021, 12:34:10 PM »
How are Cookstown a junior team?  Did they not win the Intermediate All Ireland a few years ago?

Yeah 2013 all Ireland intermediate champions. Tyrone league and championship is linked, so if you are junior league then you play in the junior championship. Cookstown would be notorious in recent years for yoyoing up, but mainly down, the league divisions

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« Reply #31 on: November 08, 2021, 12:40:00 PM »
How are Cookstown a junior team?  Did they not win the Intermediate All Ireland a few years ago?

Yeah 2013 all Ireland intermediate champions. Tyrone league and championship is linked, so if you are junior league then you play in the junior championship. Cookstown would be notorious in recent years for yoyoing up, but mainly down, the league divisions

Is Mulligan still playing?

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2021.
« Reply #32 on: November 08, 2021, 01:13:03 PM »
How are Cookstown a junior team?  Did they not win the Intermediate All Ireland a few years ago?

Yeah 2013 all Ireland intermediate champions. Tyrone league and championship is linked, so if you are junior league then you play in the junior championship. Cookstown would be notorious in recent years for yoyoing up, but mainly down, the league divisions

Is Mulligan still playing?

Would always have thought Cookstown was a big enough catchment area.. Is football the lesser of the soccer in that town?
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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2021.
« Reply #33 on: November 08, 2021, 01:33:21 PM »
How are Cookstown a junior team?  Did they not win the Intermediate All Ireland a few years ago?

Yeah 2013 all Ireland intermediate champions. Tyrone league and championship is linked, so if you are junior league then you play in the junior championship. Cookstown would be notorious in recent years for yoyoing up, but mainly down, the league divisions

Is Mulligan still playing?
It would be some story if Mulligan helped them win another all ireland title. The statue would be built.. 

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2021.
« Reply #34 on: November 08, 2021, 02:33:35 PM »
Whats the draw for the Ulster senior club championship? 

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2021.
« Reply #35 on: November 08, 2021, 03:07:01 PM »
How are Cookstown a junior team?  Did they not win the Intermediate All Ireland a few years ago?

Yeah 2013 all Ireland intermediate champions. Tyrone league and championship is linked, so if you are junior league then you play in the junior championship. Cookstown would be notorious in recent years for yoyoing up, but mainly down, the league divisions

Is Mulligan still playing?
No. He was last year

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« Reply #36 on: November 08, 2021, 06:24:41 PM »
Whats the draw for the Ulster senior club championship?
Preliminary round:
Donegal v Derry

Quarter finals;
Monaghan v Derry/Donegal
Cavan v Down
Antrim v Armagh
Tyrone v Fermanagh
nil satis nisi optimum

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« Reply #37 on: November 08, 2021, 06:52:15 PM »
Whats the draw for the Ulster senior club championship?
Preliminary round:
Donegal v Derry

Quarter finals;
Monaghan v Derry/Donegal
Cavan v Down
Antrim v Armagh
Tyrone v Fermanagh

The draw looks very lop sided. I would have said Cross will not feature in Ulster this year but looking at the draw I could see them making a final as I donít think the Tyrone winners will be overly strong this year.

On the other side Glen will have to win it the hard way, thatís a horrible draw for them and I could see a Cross v Kilcoo final.

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« Reply #38 on: November 08, 2021, 07:21:05 PM »
How are Cookstown a junior team?  Did they not win the Intermediate All Ireland a few years ago?
Are you thinking of the Moy?

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2021.
« Reply #39 on: November 08, 2021, 07:23:45 PM »
Whats the draw for the Ulster senior club championship?
Preliminary round:
Donegal v Derry

Quarter finals;
Monaghan v Derry/Donegal
Cavan v Down
Antrim v Armagh
Tyrone v Fermanagh

The draw looks very lop sided. I would have said Cross will not feature in Ulster this year but looking at the draw I could see them making a final as I donít think the Tyrone winners will be overly strong this year.

On the other side Glen will have to win it the hard way, thatís a horrible draw for them and I could see a Cross v Kilcoo final.
Cross will get it tight against Clann Eireann but if they get through that they wont be easy stopped. Still far too open at the back but have 2 of the best footballers in the country in the 2 OíNeills and the cousin McConville  is a unbelievable player as well.

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« Reply #40 on: November 08, 2021, 07:27:42 PM »
How are Cookstown a junior team?  Did they not win the Intermediate All Ireland a few years ago?
Are you thinking of the Moy?

Cookstown won it twice, 2010 and 2013, John mckeever managed them one of those years, 2013 AFAIK
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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2021.
« Reply #41 on: November 08, 2021, 08:59:52 PM »
Whats the draw for the Ulster senior club championship?
Preliminary round:
Donegal v Derry

Quarter finals;
Monaghan v Derry/Donegal
Cavan v Down
Antrim v Armagh
Tyrone v Fermanagh

The draw looks very lop sided. I would have said Cross will not feature in Ulster this year but looking at the draw I could see them making a final as I donít think the Tyrone winners will be overly strong this year.

On the other side Glen will have to win it the hard way, thatís a horrible draw for them and I could see a Cross v Kilcoo final.
Cross will get it tight against Clann Eireann but if they get through that they wont be easy stopped. Still far too open at the back but have 2 of the best footballers in the country in the 2 OíNeills and the cousin McConville  is a unbelievable player as well.

I think Clann Eireann will challenge for the next few years and could win one but I reckon this year might come too early for them. Cross are heavily reliant on a few players that you mentioned but they do seem to be getting stronger with each match this year and I think theyíll be hard to stop on Sunday.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2021.
« Reply #42 on: November 09, 2021, 07:54:17 AM »
How are Cookstown a junior team?  Did they not win the Intermediate All Ireland a few years ago?
Are you thinking of the Moy?

Cookstown won the Junior AI in 2013

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2021.
« Reply #43 on: November 09, 2021, 08:49:00 AM »
How are Cookstown a junior team?  Did they not win the Intermediate All Ireland a few years ago?
Are you thinking of the Moy?

Cookstown won the Junior AI in 2013

I remember watching Cookstown before our game at the Athletic Grounds during the Ulster games (2009?), I think they were Intermediate at the time, they were blitzing this team, can't remember who, but I said to one of the guys with me, that they would trouble most senior teams, the speed pace and physicality of the players at that level was something else
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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2021.
« Reply #44 on: November 09, 2021, 09:36:46 AM »
Cookstown won two All Ireland Intermediate titles. They didn't play in junior in Tyrone until the last couple of years.