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The only way I can see Armagh winning this is if David Gough from Meath is refereeing.

Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: Today at 03:58:56 PM »

Ardboe v Trillick
Killyclogher v Greencastle
Donaghmore v Loughmacrory
Galbally v Dromore
Omagh v Carrickmore
Errigal Ciaran v Coalisland - coalisland
Dungannon v Edendork
Moortown v Eglish - moortown

Aghyaran v Clogher
Derrylaughan v Pomeroy
Strabane v Clonoe
Beragh v Kildress - Kildress
Killeeshil v Moy
Owen Roes v Gortin
Naomh Eoghan v Stewartstown
Rock v Tattyreagh

Derrytresk v Killyman
Drumquin v Fintona
Brocagh v Castlederg
Cookstown v Brackaville
Drumragh v Clann na Gael
Augher v Eskra
Urney v Errigal III
Donaghmore III v Aghaloo

It will be a tough battle but I still think Tyrone by 5 as they need it that bit more. I expect to see a little more memory muscle in Tyrones performance ie  for winning big games.

With Armagh already qualified, I think the game is more important to Tyrone to win. Tyrone by 5.

I can see the Armagh ones are losing the run of themselves again. In fairness they have a great ability to have games won before they are played.  I’d usually always support the Ulster team but the disrespect shown to Westmeath is remarkable…

General discussion / Re: 6 County Assembly Elections - 5th May 2022
« on: May 25, 2023, 06:47:16 PM »
I think I prefer the term reunified Ireland to United Ireland. In time it will remind us how we all lose when good people are divided up..

Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: May 25, 2023, 06:42:49 PM »
[quote author=Tyrone95 link=topic=12.msg2204534#msg2204534 date=1685023173

Coalisland v Dungannon fianna by 4
Carrixkmore v Donaghmore carmen by 6
Trillick v Omagh trillick by 3
Dromore v Errigal Ciaran dromore by 7
Edendork v Ardboe draw
Eglish v Greencastle eglish by 1
Loughmacrory  v Moortown lough by 4
Killyclogher v Galbally killylcogher by 6

Did some bigwig get a tour of the Athletic Grounds today?
That would be Charles king of England

I think it needs done away with if 1 player has the ball, it changes the dynamic.

Whatever about Gough in general, surely there is no sense of injustice about the red card yesterday?
No probs with the red. I actually think it is time to remove a shoulder charge when a fella already has the ball. But I have a problem with the neck tackle that wasn’t a straight red and the general decision making for most of the game was poor…
He is authoritive but I think a poor ref. He has a history of incorrect red cards for Tyrone stretching back a number of years. But if he doesn’t give a fcuk about his performance then neither do I.

His sending off percentage of Tyrone players is great.. no other man in history sends them off like gough.  Fair play to him..

In God (and his kin) we trust...

You will not beat them later if you dont beat them tomorrow. Mayo need to perform as the best team in Ireland as Dublin, Kerry etc have all been doing recently. Mayo are still my dark horse, no pint hoping to prove it in an all ireland final, convince yourself of it now.  tomorrow may change that.   Get on top and stay on top.   

That sounds class. Now read the thread title again 😉😂😂
Any chance LOL
first match Kerry V Derbys Offaly. I wrote in primary school about it the next day. A day etched in folkore featuring immortal footballers and the 3 ps.. a push, a powerful instinctive shot, and and a punch in the air.   
Mc Crory cup final: St Pats Maghera V St Colmans - James Mc Cartan scoring an unbelievable losing hat trick.
Down V Meath 1991. Ulster teams didnt win all Irelands, couldnt believe what I had just witnessed... and with it a lifechanging sense of hope that Tyrone could do it sometime...


Tyrone v Derry 1995. The absolute filleting of a team who believed that they were capable of winning more than 1 all Ireland. The ultimate in white heat bare knuckle football.  Tyrone never let Paul Donnelly play the rest of the year until maybe the final few minutes but the sheer defiance he showed in that second half meant that a statue in Clones to him was always an inevitability… Derry frantically probed for a way through a Tyrone brick wall with no entrance, Canavan, Cush, Stevie Lawn, Seanie Mc Laughlin, Jody Gormley all had some of their finest moments in a red handed Geansaí that day. Hammer the hammer was included in the Oxford English Dictionary after that game..

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