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whitey:

--- Quote from: Farrandeelin on November 23, 2016, 07:59:02 PM ---The new stronghold of West Mayo hasn't the same needle in them games as the 3 North Mayo teams had. You would be surprised when a row wouldn't break out back then!

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Would you think that may be due to the fact that most of the players from West Mayo
 went to secondary school together in Castlebar, whereas in North Mayo they wouldn't have known each other as well?

Never beat the deeler:

--- Quote from: whitey on November 23, 2016, 08:55:40 PM ---
--- Quote from: Farrandeelin on November 23, 2016, 07:59:02 PM ---The new stronghold of West Mayo hasn't the same needle in them games as the 3 North Mayo teams had. You would be surprised when a row wouldn't break out back then!

--- End quote ---

Would you think that may be due to the fact that most of the players from West Mayo
 went to secondary school together in Castlebar, whereas in North Mayo they wouldn't have known each other as well?

--- End quote ---

I dunno, most of the Knockmore lads would been split between Foxford and Ballina with a few in Gortnor Abbey as well so a fair few would have gone to school together. Before that you would have had a lot of Cross lads heading into Mureadachs. But all three crowds would often end up heading out to the same places at the weekend. They would have been very familiar with each other.

Avondhu star:

--- Quote from: Never beat the deeler on November 24, 2016, 07:15:48 AM ---
--- Quote from: whitey on November 23, 2016, 08:55:40 PM ---
--- Quote from: Farrandeelin on November 23, 2016, 07:59:02 PM ---The new stronghold of West Mayo hasn't the same needle in them games as the 3 North Mayo teams had. You would be surprised when a row wouldn't break out back then!

--- End quote ---

Would you think that may be due to the fact that most of the players from West Mayo
 went to secondary school together in Castlebar, whereas in North Mayo they wouldn't have known each other as well?

--- End quote ---

I dunno, most of the Knockmore lads would been split between Foxford and Ballina with a few in Gortnor Abbey as well so a fair few would have gone to school together. Before that you would have had a lot of Cross lads heading into Mureadachs. But all three crowds would often end up heading out to the same places at the weekend. They would have been very familiar with each other.

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Would they be arguing over who had the most runner up all Ireland medals?

Tubberman:

--- Quote from: Avondhu star on February 22, 2017, 09:20:46 AM ---
--- Quote from: Never beat the deeler on November 24, 2016, 07:15:48 AM ---
--- Quote from: whitey on November 23, 2016, 08:55:40 PM ---
--- Quote from: Farrandeelin on November 23, 2016, 07:59:02 PM ---The new stronghold of West Mayo hasn't the same needle in them games as the 3 North Mayo teams had. You would be surprised when a row wouldn't break out back then!

--- End quote ---

Would you think that may be due to the fact that most of the players from West Mayo
 went to secondary school together in Castlebar, whereas in North Mayo they wouldn't have known each other as well?

--- End quote ---

I dunno, most of the Knockmore lads would been split between Foxford and Ballina with a few in Gortnor Abbey as well so a fair few would have gone to school together. Before that you would have had a lot of Cross lads heading into Mureadachs. But all three crowds would often end up heading out to the same places at the weekend. They would have been very familiar with each other.

--- End quote ---
Would they be arguing over who had the most runner up all Ireland medals?

--- End quote ---

Unlikely seeing as both Crossmolina and Ballina won the Club All-Ireland...

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