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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #46995 on: November 21, 2022, 01:20:38 PM »
I thought that Ryan Daly & Noel Hurson did a commendable job in Carmen in winning a league title and leading them to the county final this year.  It will be Archie's third year of involvement which is good continuity.  Out of interest who is now in the backroom team as there seemed to be a reasonable number already there going by the county final.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #46996 on: November 22, 2022, 04:03:05 PM »
Mickey to Slaughtneil a NO GO!

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #46997 on: November 22, 2022, 05:37:03 PM »
Mickey to Slaughtneil a NO GO!

Was never confirmed despite last weeks report suggesting it was a done deal

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« Reply #46998 on: November 23, 2022, 07:54:35 PM »
I know November isn't even finished, but with a few names already mentioned, we may as well start the pre-season list of football clubs & their managers/coaches for the 2023 season...

2023 senior/intermediate/junior club football managers

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Senior / Division 1

Ardboe - Gavin Devlin
Carrickmore - Archie Beattie
Coalisland -
Donaghmore  - Marc Counihan
Dromore -
Dungannon -
Edendork -
Eglish -
Errigal Ciaran -
Galbally -
Greencastle -
Killyclogher -
Loughmacrory -
Moortown -
Omagh -
Trillick -

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Intermediate / Division 2

Aghyaran -
Beragh -
Clogher -
Clonoe -
Derrylaughan -
Gortin -
Kildress -
Killeeshil -
Moy -
Naomh Eoghan -
Owen Roes -
Pomeroy -
Rock -
Stewartstown -
Strabane -
T***yreagh -

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Junior / Division 3

Aghaloo -
Augher -
Brackaville -
Brocagh -
Castlederg -
Clann na nGael -
Cookstown -
Derrytresk -
Donaghmore III -
Drumquin -
Drumragh -
Errigal Ciaran III -
Eskra -
Fintona -
Glenelly -
Killyman -
Urney -
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« Reply #46999 on: November 24, 2022, 07:03:10 AM »
Can anyone explain why Tattyreagh is always written as above ?

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« Reply #47000 on: November 24, 2022, 07:14:00 AM »
The honourable member from fintona hates his neighbours and uses a slang word for an intimate part of the female anatomy, that rhymes with tatt, to identify them
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47001 on: November 24, 2022, 08:04:23 AM »
Can anyone explain why Tattyreagh is always written as above ?

One poster, from Fintona, can't bring himself to say it. You have to admire his dedication to a parochial rivalry.

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« Reply #47002 on: November 24, 2022, 10:54:10 AM »
I know November isn't even finished, but with a few names already mentioned, we may as well start the pre-season list of football clubs & their managers/coaches for the 2023 season...

2023 senior/intermediate/junior club football managers

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Senior / Division 1

Ardboe - Gavin Devlin
Carrickmore - Archie Beattie
Coalisland -
Donaghmore  - Marc Counihan
Dromore - RICEY/McIVER
Dungannon - RAFFERTY/HOLMES
Edendork -
Eglish -
Errigal Ciaran - HARTE/O'DONNELL
Galbally -
Greencastle - SEAN TEAGUE
Killyclogher -
Loughmacrory -
Moortown - HASSAN
Omagh - STRAIN
Trillick -

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Intermediate / Division 2

Aghyaran -
Beragh -
Clogher -
Clonoe -
Derrylaughan -
Gortin -
Kildress -
Killeeshil -
Moy -
Naomh Eoghan -
Owen Roes -
Pomeroy -
Rock -
Stewartstown -
Strabane -
T***yreagh -

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Junior / Division 3

Aghaloo -
Augher -
Brackaville -
Brocagh -
Castlederg -
Clann na nGael -
Cookstown -
Derrytresk -
Donaghmore III -
Drumquin -
Drumragh -
Errigal Ciaran III -
Eskra -
Fintona -
Glenelly -
Killyman -
Urney -

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47003 on: November 24, 2022, 11:27:15 AM »
Can anyone explain why Tattyreagh is always written as above ?

Because some old hand from Fintona (who has sadly dedicated his life to a Gaa discussion board) thinks it's comical.

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« Reply #47004 on: November 24, 2022, 11:38:11 AM »
Because some old hand from Fintona (who has sadly dedicated his life to a Gaa discussion board) thinks it's comical.

Eejit posting on an internet forum calling someone else posting on an internet forum "sad".  ::)
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« Reply #47005 on: November 24, 2022, 01:19:11 PM »
Can anyone explain why Tattyreagh is always written as above ?

It must be a real bone of contention within Fintona that their neighbours with a much smaller pick have been ahead of them for the best part of two decades.  I must say I do admire the community spirit in Tattyreagh led by families such as the Darcy's, Mullins, the Darcy's, Armstrongs, Taggarts and the Darcy's - Always good craic in their social club after games or underage blitzes. 

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« Reply #47006 on: November 24, 2022, 01:36:18 PM »
OK - I've been here a long time on this board (ever since it ran on a WWWboard CGI script, through to two EZboard variations and then finally on its own server) and the T***yreagh shtick comes from a time when (most) posters on this board whilst otherwise very knowledgeable in GAA affairs didn't take themselves too seriously. Long time members of this forum know who I am & that includes several from T***yreagh, not one of whom has evergiven me grief over my self-censoring because unlike some on here who really need to pull that stick out of their arseholes, they get the joke. We're both more than capable of giving & taking it.

If you find it a problem, deal with it.

And if you think I'm bad, I know one guy from Edendork whom refers to O'Neill Park as Ibrox.
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« Reply #47007 on: November 24, 2022, 01:44:06 PM »
OK - I've been here a long time on this board (ever since it ran on a WWWboard CGI script, through to two EZboard variations and then finally on its own server) and the T***yreagh shtick comes from a time when (most) posters on this board whilst otherwise very knowledgeable in GAA affairs didn't take themselves too seriously. Long time members of this forum know who I am & that includes several from T***yreagh, not one of whom has evergiven me grief over my self-censoring because unlike some on here who really need to pull that stick out of their arseholes, they get the joke. We're both more than capable of giving & taking it.

If you find it a problem, deal with it.

And if you think I'm bad, I know one guy from Edendork whom refers to O'Neill Park as Ibrox.

Clonoe wanís call the Fianna pitch Ibrox, thatís an old one
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« Reply #47008 on: November 24, 2022, 01:56:12 PM »
OK - I've been here a long time on this board (ever since it ran on a WWWboard CGI script, through to two EZboard variations and then finally on its own server) and the T***yreagh shtick comes from a time when (most) posters on this board whilst otherwise very knowledgeable in GAA affairs didn't take themselves too seriously. Long time members of this forum know who I am & that includes several from T***yreagh, not one of whom has evergiven me grief over my self-censoring because unlike some on here who really need to pull that stick out of their arseholes, they get the joke. We're both more than capable of giving & taking it.

If you find it a problem, deal with it.

And if you think I'm bad, I know one guy from Edendork whom refers to O'Neill Park as Ibrox.

Clonoe wanís call the Fianna pitch Ibrox, thatís an old one

It's probably not even original there, likely from somewhere else as most such gags are, including my T***yreagh one - it's actually borrowed a long time ago from another poster (whom if I'm correct still posts on this board but rarely in this thread) whom would self censor calling a certain county A***gh (you can guess the county).
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47009 on: November 24, 2022, 02:51:12 PM »
I know November isn't even finished, but with a few names already mentioned, we may as well start the pre-season list of football clubs & their managers/coaches for the 2023 season...

2023 senior/intermediate/junior club football managers

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Senior / Division 1

Ardboe - Gavin Devlin
Carrickmore - Archie Beattie
Coalisland - VACANT
Donaghmore  - Marc Counihan
Dromore - RICEY/McIVER
Dungannon - RAFFERTY/HOLMES
Edendork - VACANT
Eglish -
Errigal Ciaran - HARTE/O'DONNELL
Galbally -
Greencastle - SEAN TEAGUE
Killyclogher -
Loughmacrory -
Moortown - HASSAN
Omagh - STRAIN
Trillick - VACANT

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Intermediate / Division 2

Aghyaran - VACANT
Beragh -
Clogher -
Clonoe - VACANT
Derrylaughan -
Gortin -
Kildress -
Killeeshil -
Moy -
Naomh Eoghan -
Owen Roes - VACANT
Pomeroy - VACANT
Rock - VACANT
Stewartstown -
Strabane -
T***yreagh -

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Junior / Division 3

Aghaloo -
Augher -
Brackaville -
Brocagh -
Castlederg -
Clann na nGael -
Cookstown - VACANT
Derrytresk - VACANT
Donaghmore III -
Drumquin -
Drumragh - VACANT
Errigal Ciaran III -
Eskra -
Fintona -
Glenelly -
Killyman -
Urney - VACANT

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