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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: December 07, 2022, 08:10:15 PM »
Senior / Division 1

Ardboe - Gavin Devlin
Carrickmore - Archie Beattie
Coalisland - Barry Tracey / Stevie McNeice
Donaghmore  - Marc Counihan
Dromore - McMenamin/McIver
Dungannon - Rafferty/Holmes
Edendork - John McGuckin
Eglish - Mattie McGleenan/Paraic Martin
Errigal Ciaran - Harte/O'Donnell
Galbally - Paddy Crozier/Joe McMahon
Greencastle - Sean Teague
Killyclogher -
Loughmacrory - McConnell/Meenagh
Moortown - Hassan
Omagh - Strain
Trillick - Jody Gormley & Peter McGinnity

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Intermediate / Division 2

Aghyaran -
Beragh - Noel Slane
Clogher -
Clonoe -
Derrylaughan - Kevin Niblock
Gortin -
Kildress - Declan Treanor
Killeeshil -
Moy -
Naomh Eoghan - Sean Murtagh
Owen Roes - Stefan Deery and Tim Harney
Pomeroy -
Rock - Tommy Bloomer
Stewartstown -
Strabane - Dermot Corry staying on, (Mickey Rae apparently gone though)
T***yreagh -

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Junior / Division 3

Aghaloo -
Augher -
Brackaville - Enda Kilpatrick
Brocagh -
Castlederg - Chris McLaughlin
Clann na nGael -
Cookstown - Conleth Donnelly/Des Tracey
Derrytresk -
Donaghmore III -
Drumquin -
Drumragh - Colm Bradley
Errigal Ciaran III -
Eskra -
Fintona -
Glenelly -
Killyman -
Urney - Marty McNulty

St Brigids Belfast seemingly announced John McGuckin as their new manager - did anyone see that?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 16, 2022, 10:34:04 PM »
Div 1 & 2 we’re down to start first weekend of May but was delayed 2 weeks as U20’s got to AI final. Early May is perfect, league is then played in the best of conditions for both player and spectator and Friday nights are best for as long as the daylight allows

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 03, 2022, 03:54:37 PM »
Why no police Involvement Tyrone GAA? These clowns think they can Injure people without consequences. Assaults on the field especially serious ones need reported to the police, same as happen on a Saturday soccer match.
I’m not sure going to the police will do any good anyway.

I know of 2 people who went to the police about nasty incidents that happened on the field (1 football & 1 hurling). The cops basically told them that they had little interest as it was extremely unlikely to go anywhere. Neither did btw. There were literally no repercussions through the law. Just the measly ban from the GAA.
There can be a huge circling of wagons when the police get involved. Not that long ago a high enough profile player in an Antrim club received a nasty injury after getting a doing at his club training. He went the police route, court etc. Nothing. The wagons circled against him. One of the club’s stars for about 20 years.

Not aware of that incident. What was the club involved?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 01, 2022, 06:00:43 PM »
In house management is the way forward. The sooner clubs wake upto that the more money there will be for grassroots development. Obviously there will be clubs that need to look for assistance, but if there are guys available within any club they should be the 1st contact.

There are guys doing the management circuit stealing a living. Keep money in the clubs and invest in the facilities.

What would the average cost of a manager be, for a senior team?

£1,000 a month? I know some team are paying more and paying multiple men.

Not a chance would £1000 a month keep the top clubs happy. Twice that amount would hardly even see it. The season is 10 months at longest, in reality for most clubs it is 8. Standard figure is around 18/20k, maybe I am wrong but that is a common figure I hear.

In saying that, I also know off men getting 30k+ but they are winning titles - is it worth it? I would say most clubs would say 30k is cheap if it guaranteed a trophy

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 31, 2022, 04:43:45 PM »
Who is in charge of Carmen?

Ryan Daly. Archie Beattie floating around
Seamus Woods about as well

Noel Hurson & Tom Gribben as well….the list goes on

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 30, 2022, 09:52:30 PM »
Carrickmore gave a good account of themselves but would be better advised than to blame the ref though he had a great game.

On the TV it seemed to pan out at full time and someone on the line looked as if they had been hit or maybe I picked that up wrong?

Seen that person on the ground myself but not sure what happened.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 24, 2022, 05:45:56 PM »
Regarding the Harps, they are far too good for Junior. No question about it and that was missing 2/3 top players who spent the summer in the USA

They have at least 7/8 players who could easily play senior club football in Tyrone

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 24, 2022, 05:43:07 PM »
I see there is U19 grade 1 semi finals on this weekend. The last round in this competition was played 6 months ago! I'd say the clubs involved didn't even know the competition was still going.

A farce of a competition to be honest. Play the first rounds minus county players from U17 & U20 then delay the knockout stages till 6 months later.
A joke if a format to be fair

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 24, 2022, 09:45:29 AM »
Fair play to Galbally, deserved winners on the day for sure.

The big financial investment in the management set up paid off - will Big Joe now coach against his own club in 2023?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 12, 2022, 04:37:59 PM »
Don’t think Dromore are anywhere near as good as Errigal. I think they will win easy enough.

At this stage of the championship it is about more than just ability.

I fully agree Dungannon arguably have the best panel in the county but they will continue to struggle against the more streetwise teams in the championship they need to realise championship and league is different stuff .. Sometimes if not all the time you need to keep it tight at the back and win ugly if needed. Winning playing flamboyant football will work every now and again but more often than not it wont work.
The conditions didn't do Dungannon many favours as it meant McKearney and the two Jones couldnt have the effect on the game that they could potentially of had and they are vitally important for Dungannon.
Dromore are a tough nut to crack and have maybe the best team to match up with whoever they come up against, there won't be much between Errigal and them. Niall Sludden being fit for 60 minutes will be important, he made a massive impact against Omagh.

Conditions at this time of year don’t do any teams any favour. The 3 players you mentioned are not the biggest but there were plenty of players of that physical stature who had great games over the weekend in horrendous conditions. Very unfair to blame those 3 as a reason for defeat.
In my opinion, the Clarkes (whilst a great outfit) are too one dimensional. Any team that thinks 15v15 will beat Errigal need their head examined.
Errigal made it a dog fight with intensity and unfortunately on the day Dungannon didn’t match it.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: October 12, 2022, 02:16:44 PM »
Lads, I have just been told by a work colleague that this is the second year in a row whereby the relegation play offs didn’t finish therefore nobody was relegated last year either. Surely that is a complete f**k up of the highest order.
For 2 years in a row, Derry teams have played a meaningless league, a round robin group championship (everybody survives) and then decide not to finish off the proposed relegation play offs.
In short then no team has been relegated or promoted in any division in 2021 & 2022.
Following on from a short interrupted season in 2020 due to Covid then this is an absolute horror show from your county board.
What is the point of club football in Derry apart from the top 3/4 teams who can win the championship. No competitive league, no competitive group stages, 1 knockout game (more if you win) then if it doesn’t suit, it appears you just lodge an appeal and then Derry goes back to square one again.
The clubs are suffering with no income from league gates as well - a nightmare from top to bottom

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: October 08, 2022, 05:59:46 PM »
Deegan to clonduff next year

Is dinky McBride away from Clonduff?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 04, 2022, 02:53:39 PM »
Thoughts on the junior championship? Derrytresk seem to have hit form at the right time but Aghaloo still might be too much for them. Stewartstown v Strabane is a toss up and should be a great game as there was little between them in the league. A Derryresk v Stewartsown final could be interesting.

Derrytresk vs Strabane final - just for the added Mickey Rea drama

Is Mickey Rea involved with Strabane. That is some trek from the east of the county, assuming he lives in that area.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 03, 2022, 03:10:01 PM »
Quick turnaround for the junior and intermediate teams.

Quote
Fri 7th Oct 22
Stewartstown Harps(---)v(---)Strabane Sigersons
Junior Championship Semi-final
O'Neills Healy Park, Omagh 6:45 PM

Killeeshil St Mary's(---)v(---)Galbally Pearses
Intermediate Championship Semi-final
O'Neills Healy Park, Omagh 8:15 PM


Sat 8th Oct 22

Derrytresk Fir an Chnoic(---)v(---)Achadh Lú Uí Néill
Junior Championship Semi-final
Mullaghmoyle Park, Stewartstown 7:00 PM

Sun 9th Oct 22

An Eaglais, Naomh Pádraig(---)v(---)Edendork St Malachy's
Intermediate Championship Semi-Final
Páirc An tAthair Uí Conghalaigh 7:00 PM
Pairc An tArthair Ui Conghalaigh?

Think it's just simply a case of they haven't got a venue sorted yet, so the venue of the 1st team in the fixture is listed by default. Seen it happen a few times already this season.

Think the game is in ER hurling club pitch from what I hear

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: September 30, 2022, 09:50:39 PM »
Under Lights…what happened Augher

You were talking them up here a few months ago - surely they would have expected to beat Derrytresk but the men from the hill are a renowned championship outfit.

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