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« Reply #330 on: August 27, 2021, 08:19:45 AM »
Not a massive hurling fan but I was watching the final last Sunday and noticed this myself.  I mean, it was really obvious in some cases.  How have more people not picked up on this?

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« Reply #331 on: August 27, 2021, 08:44:05 AM »
Not a massive hurling fan but I was watching the final last Sunday and noticed this myself.  I mean, it was really obvious in some cases.  How have more people not picked up on this?

From a personal view point it's the positioning of the ref, if he can't see the 'foul' then he can't call it, and when he is in a position to see it clearly he'll call it.

For a ref if it's not a clear hand pass then its actually an easy call, I can't see how they will clean it up in fairness, maybe the linesmen can make that call and help out, so rules would need to come in, again only available if you have linesmen and mic'd up!
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« Reply #332 on: August 27, 2021, 01:20:33 PM »
Not a massive hurling fan but I was watching the final last Sunday and noticed this myself.  I mean, it was really obvious in some cases.  How have more people not picked up on this?

From a personal view point it's the positioning of the ref, if he can't see the 'foul' then he can't call it, and when he is in a position to see it clearly he'll call it.

For a ref if it's not a clear hand pass then its actually an easy call, I can't see how they will clean it up in fairness, maybe the linesmen can make that call and help out, so rules would need to come in, again only available if you have linesmen and mic'd up!
Linesman cannot signal a technical foul afaik

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« Reply #333 on: August 27, 2021, 01:55:41 PM »
Not a massive hurling fan but I was watching the final last Sunday and noticed this myself.  I mean, it was really obvious in some cases.  How have more people not picked up on this?

From a personal view point it's the positioning of the ref, if he can't see the 'foul' then he can't call it, and when he is in a position to see it clearly he'll call it.

For a ref if it's not a clear hand pass then its actually an easy call, I can't see how they will clean it up in fairness, maybe the linesmen can make that call and help out, so rules would need to come in, again only available if you have linesmen and mic'd up!
Linesman cannot signal a technical foul afaik

No and that's why I said rules would need to be available to help
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« Reply #334 on: September 03, 2021, 05:52:50 PM »
Thrown not Blown,
 
236 illegal handpasses across 210 minutes of hurling
 
Read all about it
 
https://thepremierviewpodcast.com/thrown-not-blown

It might be useful analysis if it didn't come from Premierview. If they analysed Tipperary it would be 50 total handpasses, 2 thrown handpasses.


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« Reply #335 on: November 29, 2021, 09:19:27 AM »
Both games yesterday were good for different reasons, Ballygunner were on a mission, their intensity was the very evident in everything they did, relentless pressure from the first whistle, never settled on frees or sidelines, all taken quickly, they looked impressive.

The Tipp final was as I expected, a toss of the coin between them. Thurles looked really good early doors and raced to a good lead, before shipping 1-3 without reply! nip and tuck the rest of the game, they will be busted, hopefully the Munster board will look at their fixtures in hurling and football and allow them time to prepare as a club
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« Reply #336 on: November 29, 2021, 10:59:06 AM »
A great final in Tipp yesterday. John McGrath is some operator.

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« Reply #337 on: November 29, 2021, 11:36:32 AM »
Both games yesterday were good for different reasons, Ballygunner were on a mission, their intensity was the very evident in everything they did, relentless pressure from the first whistle, never settled on frees or sidelines, all taken quickly, they looked impressive.

The Tipp final was as I expected, a toss of the coin between them. Thurles looked really good early doors and raced to a good lead, before shipping 1-3 without reply! nip and tuck the rest of the game, they will be busted, hopefully the Munster board will look at their fixtures in hurling and football and allow them time to prepare as a club

No space in the schedule not that it will bother Loughmore

definitely out the next 2 weeks and if they beat Eire Og next weekend,it will be 3 weekends in a row plus Noel McGraths Wedding somewhere in the middle.

less than 1,000 people in the parish,put out 3 adult hurling teams and 2 adult football teams,their 3 adult hurling team won a divisional junior C and had 35 on the panel

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« Reply #338 on: November 29, 2021, 11:47:16 AM »
Both games yesterday were good for different reasons, Ballygunner were on a mission, their intensity was the very evident in everything they did, relentless pressure from the first whistle, never settled on frees or sidelines, all taken quickly, they looked impressive.

The Tipp final was as I expected, a toss of the coin between them. Thurles looked really good early doors and raced to a good lead, before shipping 1-3 without reply! nip and tuck the rest of the game, they will be busted, hopefully the Munster board will look at their fixtures in hurling and football and allow them time to prepare as a club

No space in the schedule not that it will bother Loughmore

definitely out the next 2 weeks and if they beat Eire Og next weekend,it will be 3 weekends in a row plus Noel McGraths Wedding somewhere in the middle.

less than 1,000 people in the parish,put out 3 adult hurling teams and 2 adult football teams,their 3 adult hurling team won a divisional junior C and had 35 on the panel

Defo S'neil style parish there. Obviously the Tipp Hurling is as difficult to win as the Derry football championship, but I'd imagine the Tipp football is also difficult?
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« Reply #339 on: November 29, 2021, 12:20:30 PM »
Both games yesterday were good for different reasons, Ballygunner were on a mission, their intensity was the very evident in everything they did, relentless pressure from the first whistle, never settled on frees or sidelines, all taken quickly, they looked impressive.

The Tipp final was as I expected, a toss of the coin between them. Thurles looked really good early doors and raced to a good lead, before shipping 1-3 without reply! nip and tuck the rest of the game, they will be busted, hopefully the Munster board will look at their fixtures in hurling and football and allow them time to prepare as a club

No space in the schedule not that it will bother Loughmore

definitely out the next 2 weeks and if they beat Eire Og next weekend,it will be 3 weekends in a row plus Noel McGraths Wedding somewhere in the middle.

less than 1,000 people in the parish,put out 3 adult hurling teams and 2 adult football teams,their 3 adult hurling team won a divisional junior C and had 35 on the panel

Defo S'neil style parish there. Obviously the Tipp Hurling is as difficult to win as the Derry football championship, but I'd imagine the Tipp football is also difficult?

16 Team Senior Hurling Championship with 5 different winners of it in the past 5 years, ferociously competitive this year with teams coming out of a 4 team group only to find themselves 5 mins later headed for a relegation semi final as score difference went against them.

12 senior teams in the football,past 5 years Clonmel have won 3 with Moyle Rovers and Loughmore winning one apiece

Loughmore now have 15 county football titles and 4 hurling.

As the previous poster said,an unbelievable club pulling from a tiny population plus their women yesterday helped Drom and Inch to a Munster camogie title.