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Re: McKenna Cup 2020
« Reply #6615 on: January 18, 2020, 10:17:01 AM »
Is Jamie Clarke playing with Armagh this year? He's based in London, so will he fly over and back?

He isn’t based in London

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Re: McKenna Cup 2020
« Reply #6616 on: January 18, 2020, 08:38:53 PM »
Is Jamie Clarke playing with Armagh this year? He's based in London, so will he fly over and back?

Armagh could fly over Aubameyang and Tammy Abraham with him but they will still be dung!  ;D

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Re: McKenna Cup 2020
« Reply #6617 on: January 18, 2020, 09:04:51 PM »
Did Tyrone mentor Gavin Devlin get his 6 month suspension lifted as it would not expire until early March?
He initially got a 24 week suspension imposed from date of hearing.
Irish News reported as follows:-

TYRONE assistant-manager Gavin Devlin could miss the Dr McKenna Cup and the opening rounds of the Red Hand county's Division One campaign after he was suspended for 24 weeks following an incident which took place at a National U15 Academy Tournament match between Tyrone and Down on July 27.

The Ardboe native was charged with an alleged breach of Rule 7.2 (d): “Disruptive Conduct by a supporter (not causing the Premature Termination of a game)” and requested a hearing on Monday.

At the hearing his offence was deemed to be “proven” and the GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee imposed a 24-week ban which will run from the date of the hearing, not the date of his alleged offence.

Devlin has the option of appealing against the decision but if it stands he could be suspended until March 9 which would rule him out of Tyrone's defence of their Dr McKenna Cup title and the early stages of the National Football League – the 2020 fixtures have yet to be released but in 2019 five rounds had been played by March 3.

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Re: McKenna Cup 2020
« Reply #6618 on: January 18, 2020, 09:08:01 PM »
A snooze fest that McKenna cup final was. Will be a big shock if under Banty Monaghan avoid Division 1 relegation.

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Re: McKenna Cup 2020
« Reply #6619 on: January 18, 2020, 10:42:32 PM »
A snooze fest that McKenna cup final was. Will be a big shock if under Banty Monaghan avoid Division 1 relegation.

Tyrone winning in Armagh’s HQ will never be boring even tho’ to Armagh people it’s become as regular as the sun rising and setting!  ;D

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Re: McKenna Cup 2020
« Reply #6620 on: January 19, 2020, 12:00:17 AM »
A snooze fest that McKenna cup final was. Will be a big shock if under Banty Monaghan avoid Division 1 relegation.

Tyrone winning in Armagh’s HQ will never be boring even tho’ to Armagh people it’s become as regular as the sun rising and setting!  ;D

Yay Tyrone win their 427th McKenna cup!




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Re: McKenna Cup 2020
« Reply #6621 on: January 19, 2020, 12:47:29 AM »
A snooze fest that McKenna cup final was. Will be a big shock if under Banty Monaghan avoid Division 1 relegation.

Tyrone winning in Armagh’s HQ will never be boring even tho’ to Armagh people it’s become as regular as the sun rising and setting!  ;D

Yay Tyrone win their 427th McKenna cup!




Only a Derry person would scoff at another county for winning matches. A strange breed.
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Re: McKenna Cup 2022
« Reply #6622 on: November 20, 2021, 06:52:34 PM »
A decision taken at Central Council today has cleared the way for Ulster GAA to consider running the McKenna Cup competition in 2022. “It was agreed to allow Provincial pre-season competitions to proceed and recommence collective training on 8th December”


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Re: McKenna Cup 2022
« Reply #6623 on: November 20, 2021, 07:27:54 PM »
A decision taken at Central Council today has cleared the way for Ulster GAA to consider running the McKenna Cup competition in 2022. “It was agreed to allow Provincial pre-season competitions to proceed and recommence collective training on 8th December”
Late December or early January start?