Author Topic: Change underage back to u14,16,18  (Read 2415 times)

tbrick18

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Re: Change underage back to u14,16,18
« Reply #45 on: October 06, 2021, 03:46:09 PM »

Something not adding up there.

Every county has to have u13, u15 and u17
Most counties have u11.5, u9.5 and u7.5 below that based on school ages but its not prescribed
Every county has to have one age grade above u17 to bridge to senior
Each county decides on additional grades beyond that. Big counties run the even numbered age grades also.
I think he means they were playing U12 (maybe 12.5s?) and with the restructure he went to 15s instead of 14s. Some counties went a year later than others

Yeah that's what I meant.....only you said it better :)
With the restructuring, i didn't realise there was an u13.5 grade, and certainly within the club at the time I was told he had to move to u15.5.
It might just be an anomaly of when his birthday is and not what happened the majority.
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Re: Change underage back to u14,16,18
« Reply #46 on: October 07, 2021, 09:25:39 AM »

Something not adding up there.

Every county has to have u13, u15 and u17
Most counties have u11.5, u9.5 and u7.5 below that based on school ages but its not prescribed
Every county has to have one age grade above u17 to bridge to senior
Each county decides on additional grades beyond that. Big counties run the even numbered age grades also.
I think he means they were playing U12 (maybe 12.5s?) and with the restructure he went to 15s instead of 14s. Some counties went a year later than others

Yeah that's what I meant.....only you said it better :)
With the restructuring, i didn't realise there was an u13.5 grade, and certainly within the club at the time I was told he had to move to u15.5.
It might just be an anomaly of when his birthday is and not what happened the majority.

Are you in Armagh where I think they went the school year all the way up?

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Re: Change underage back to u14,16,18
« Reply #47 on: October 07, 2021, 11:23:49 AM »

Something not adding up there.

Every county has to have u13, u15 and u17
Most counties have u11.5, u9.5 and u7.5 below that based on school ages but its not prescribed
Every county has to have one age grade above u17 to bridge to senior
Each county decides on additional grades beyond that. Big counties run the even numbered age grades also.
I think he means they were playing U12 (maybe 12.5s?) and with the restructure he went to 15s instead of 14s. Some counties went a year later than others

Yeah that's what I meant.....only you said it better :)
With the restructuring, i didn't realise there was an u13.5 grade, and certainly within the club at the time I was told he had to move to u15.5.
It might just be an anomaly of when his birthday is and not what happened the majority.

Are you in Armagh where I think they went the school year all the way up?

No, but not a million miles away. Tyrone for my sins.

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Re: Change underage back to u14,16,18
« Reply #48 on: October 07, 2021, 02:59:32 PM »

Something not adding up there.

Every county has to have u13, u15 and u17
Most counties have u11.5, u9.5 and u7.5 below that based on school ages but its not prescribed
Every county has to have one age grade above u17 to bridge to senior
Each county decides on additional grades beyond that. Big counties run the even numbered age grades also.
I think he means they were playing U12 (maybe 12.5s?) and with the restructure he went to 15s instead of 14s. Some counties went a year later than others

Yeah that's what I meant.....only you said it better :)
With the restructuring, i didn't realise there was an u13.5 grade, and certainly within the club at the time I was told he had to move to u15.5.
It might just be an anomaly of when his birthday is and not what happened the majority.

Are you in Armagh where I think they went the school year all the way up?

No, but not a million miles away. Tyrone for my sins.

Tyrone age grades are U13, U15 etc and not the school year which is only for primary school.