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Don't know what Apples is reading?
Is it 60,000 per annum or per match?
I presume the annual cost of if maintaining Croker is in the Finance Report somewhere?
Back to the title of the thread....we're as good as relegated, losers of Monaghan v Tyrone likely to join us.
2 of Derry, Dublin, Kerry to make the Final.

We seem to be a total mess in many ways this year and a totally abject 2nd half last Saturday doesn't inspire confidence.
Maybe we have a cunning plan.....
If the Brits don't stump up a load of their GBPs there will be no UEFA standard stadium and no 2028 Euro Soccer Finals games in the IFA territory.
There will be £80m (possibly plus our €50m) to build a GAA Stadium of whatever size/standard can be done for that.
General discussion / Re: Hamas launch attack on Israel
February 29, 2024, 06:31:54 PM
And now a worse war crime - shooting starving people as they sought food.
GAA Discussion / Re: The Advanced Mark
February 29, 2024, 11:43:10 AM
Or if you stop to think....
A Unionist trying to live outside the 17th Century......



Ár Oileann Álainn/ Our Lovely Island/ Oor nice bot o groond in the say
GAA Discussion / Re: The Advanced Mark
February 28, 2024, 03:04:15 PM
Quote from: Bord na Mona man on February 28, 2024, 01:30:49 PM
Quote from: JoG2 on February 28, 2024, 11:05:10 AM
Quote from: Rossfan on February 28, 2024, 08:41:35 AMWhat percentage of Gaaboarders know the playing rules fully?

never fails to amaze me how many supporters at games haven't a clue about the rules,and they're usually the loudest!  :o
Yep, the fellas who roar for frees for 'two turns', 'showing the ball' or query why a player got pinged for picking up a 'rolling ball'.

Nearly always a Galway buck that comes out with the 2 turns and showing the ball.

A mate of mine cam usually be heard roaring "Charging Ref".
What's the wording of the charging with the ball rule Milltown?
What do the resident SF stalwarts here think of Michelle O'Neill standing for the Charlie Windsor song?
GAA Discussion / Re: The Advanced Mark
February 28, 2024, 08:41:35 AM
What percentage of Gaaboarders know the playing rules fully?
GAA Discussion / Re: The Advanced Mark
February 27, 2024, 10:44:20 AM
Enforce the steps rule (and the 15 second mark rule for attackers while ye're at it ) to make the ball more available.
Coach tackling the ball from an early age.

Letting the man with the ball assault would be tacklers is a strike and should have the same penalty (red) as if the tackler assaulted the man with the ball.

The ball is not the personal possession of a player and anyone trying to keep it shouldn't be getting the privileges/abuses they're being wrongly allowed these days.
Did the "Ulster Gaels" really dream of having a Stadium to suit Euro 2028 Soccer Cup?
Has rrhf read the Good Friday Agreement?
To paraphrase the T. O. Playing Rules of Football
The tackle in Gaelic Football is a skill and is made on the ball.

In practice a good tackle is slapping the ball out of the hands if the player in possession.

TO also says goalkeeper may not be charged in the small parallelogram but may be challenged for possession
If the Brits don't come up with a load of their £s is it:-
No Euro soccer thingy in the IFA's territory
A no frills Stadium as far as the money available allows for Gaelic games only
No €50m from the 26 Cos taxpayers