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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: August 02, 2022, 08:28:29 PM »
Seen fintona play against brocagh at the weekend, handy side, mc glinn in full back a solid player. A fintona man was telling me that mc glinn is moving to Dublin for work next year and intends to try his hand at playing for a top team in Dublin, be a big miss for them.
Paul Martin finished?

There's two McGlinn brothers on the team, Mark at the full back line & Peter at the full forward line. Mark moved from midfield last year and has settled well in there - first I've heard about him moving club, if he is then good luck to him but I remember the rumour on this forum last year about him heading to Dromore!

Paul Martin's been playing for the reserves this year. I think previous injuries have caught up with him plus other factors mean he hasn't the same time to dedicate to football as much. He went off in a reserve game vs. Drumragh where it was thought he suffered a injury on his right foot but thankfully it wasn't too bad as I seen him driving the next day!

Connor McGillion was also originally thought to be badly hurt after an accidental clash in the league game vs Donaghmore IIIs a month ago, again thankfully it wasn't too serious and he came on as a sub against Clann na nGael last Friday night.

I guess to add about our boys as well is that we've been one of the few clubs in Tyrone that hasn't really been affected much by players going abroad this summer.
Whatever happened the two McCanns and Aaron McCarney-surely still something to offer?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: August 02, 2022, 02:21:03 PM »
Seen fintona play against brocagh at the weekend, handy side, mc glinn in full back a solid player. A fintona man was telling me that mc glinn is moving to Dublin for work next year and intends to try his hand at playing for a top team in Dublin, be a big miss for them.
Paul Martin finished?

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Is there many tickets floating about for this?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: July 19, 2022, 11:50:32 AM »
Senior and reserve fixtures still being played on a Friday night-will this continue for the forseeable or when will light determine that it will have to change?

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General discussion / Re: Belfast International Airport Parking
« on: June 27, 2022, 12:31:40 PM »
Would it not be handier to get someone to drop you up?
Family wedding abroad so that rules the family out. Middle of the day week flight which rules the rest out

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General discussion / Belfast International Airport Parking
« on: June 25, 2022, 10:21:42 PM »
What is the cheapest crowd to park with for a week at Belfast International Airport? I remember a few years ago I had parked up at a farm/yard about half a mile away and the owner would take you down in a shuttle bus-is that still available?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: June 17, 2022, 12:34:09 PM »
Errigal convincing win over Fianna anocht

The Fianna were missing a lot of players last night I'd guess at about 8 starters. Local Expert won't be panicking just yet.

Ruairi Canavan was superb though. A full club season will do him the world of good.
Rumour of him going to the states for the summer

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General discussion / Re: Price of a Pint
« on: June 08, 2022, 12:26:44 PM »
£3.50 in Casement Park social the day of Ulster Final

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General discussion / Re: Dentists in Belfast
« on: June 08, 2022, 10:09:55 AM »
Ring up Fortwilliam Dental Practice, ask for Chris Scannell and mention you are a massive Cliftonville fan!

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General discussion / Re: Caught speeding
« on: June 08, 2022, 09:44:50 AM »
Anyone know what the eligibility is for qualifying for the speed awareness course in the North is if caught speeding?

10% of the speed limit and if you haven't been done in the last year or so I think.. so if your doing 42 in a 30 I think you just get fine and points
You know too much about me!!!

Police guidance suggests it covers "within the range of (10% +2) mph to (10% +9) mph over the limit, with the exception of 20 mph zones. I might just sneak in

Been very lucky these last few years (touches wood) but went through an unlucky period when out of the blue I had 9 points..

The course is a crock of shit btw

Condescending bullshit!!

Everyone on the course knows how to drive we just choose to drive a but faster than we're supposed to!
Ah yeah think everyone knows that. Just need to avoid the points. Hopefully they do it on Zoom  ;D

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General discussion / Re: Caught speeding
« on: June 08, 2022, 09:33:48 AM »
Anyone know what the eligibility is for qualifying for the speed awareness course in the North is if caught speeding?

10% of the speed limit and if you haven't been done in the last year or so I think.. so if your doing 42 in a 30 I think you just get fine and points
You know too much about me!!!

Police guidance suggests it covers "within the range of (10% +2) mph to (10% +9) mph over the limit, with the exception of 20 mph zones. I might just sneak in


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General discussion / Caught speeding
« on: June 08, 2022, 09:22:38 AM »
Anyone know what the eligibility is for qualifying for the speed awareness course in the North is if caught speeding?

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Any recommendation for couple of pints before the game tomorrow?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: May 31, 2022, 12:13:03 PM »
I see fixtures for all games online now, final games for 1 & 2 scheduled for first week of September. Obviosuly this is only if Tyrone don't go on a run which will delay it a few weeks so....................

Hon Armagh!!  :o 8)
Link please-cant find it

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General discussion / Re: 6 County Assembly Elections - 5th May 2022
« on: May 10, 2022, 08:35:14 AM »
Yeah, it's totally a symbolic thing.  I think that's the main reason the DUP will not go in again.  They set their stall up a few months re: protocol when they saw the series of opinion polls and they were lagging behind SF. This was when they made the statement about protocol must be sorted. 

They don't see nationalists as equals.
They only do equality on their terms.
Nationalists must call them out on this and use this mantra to the media.

Aoife Moore was on RTÉ yesterday saying SF were driving the re-united Ireland theme and that it was ironic that FFG etc. in the 26 counties have no interest...and them so called republican parties.

SF must be pleased about their move in Derry to replace their two mla's there with new candidates.  Worked out really well for them.

DUP, after losing votes, but holding a lot of seats will be happy enough I think.  They'll be delighted that Allister is just back in himself.

Alliance got a lot of the 4th and 5th seats and will be delighted. Be interesting to see will this replicate into council seats at the next local elections.

SDLP will be shocked. Typical Derry city bluster under Eastwood. He needs to be asked the hard questions.

UUP didn't get much from the Beattie bounce but always said they have to shrink before they grow. Maybe he's right to stick at it.

Aontú - the mirror opposite to the TUV. With the backing of the bishops and the CC, they haven't made much inroads. Be interesting to see will you see their candidates stand again in the local elections.

Green Party - lost two seats and everyone disappointed about that, whatever political party you support. Again, they'll have to build from the bottom up.

PBP - Carroll the single mla again. Squeezed out again.

Whats does Derry City bluster  mean? is that a comment in general about Derry or what is it?

Educate yourself also about Aontú, TUV, catch yourself on, starting to sound like Allison Morris, disgraceful how she and others were trying to push this narrative.

Colum, Derry Ciry bluster like you saying people were told to vote Alliance in the Creggan...lol...were told to!

Like stopping Brexit and going to the birthday party in Armagh...bluster feom the city men.

Aontú are a one issue party - mirror image of TUV with Peadar as leader. Right wing, as loads of others on here have said but you argue with everyone.
I gave all shades of green a vote/preference last Thursday and was delighted to do so. 

Join us in an effort to move the re-unifacation of our country on in the short term. Whatever shade of green you are - don't stand on the sidelines sniping.

What are your republican credentials. PM if you like. I have never ever given a first preference to a non republican party and I am voting republican since SF were on 10% when we were still wakening up to Brits standing over our beds. I have seen people brutalised and shot by both the army and RUC and have been attacked myself by both them and loyalists.  I certainly don't need you to tell me anything about what Derry City men have or havent done for a UI.

Aontú are a left wing party on economics but described as socially conservative on the question of abortion. This seems beyond your ability of understanding, I cant help with that

Don't embarrass yourself with that statement!

You've had a bad week-end with the election results.

As I say, come join the rest of us in the preparation for re-unification of Ireland. Don't snipe at everybody else from the sidelines.

In other news, I always wonder why unionists never put up a single candidate in west belfast.  Would there notbe a good chance of a unionist seat there? Anybody know?
Combined Unionist vote of 5442 in West Belfast with the quota being 7278. Frank McCoubrey got up to 5489 on the final count with transfers (from an initial first preference vote of 4166), with Gerry Carroll edging up to 6022 and being elected without reaching the quota

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