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« Reply #45270 on: May 07, 2022, 10:04:37 PM »
Looking like fianna 3rds won’t last long Clarshack?

Not sure. They have a tough couple of games to start but will see after it.

We are away to Drumquin next week and they always gave us bother in the past. They were the only team to beat us in Division 3 last time we were in it.

Despite what others have said I would still fear Urney.
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« Reply #45271 on: May 07, 2022, 10:19:36 PM »
Is Johnny Lafferty still playing for Urney?
He didn't play against us yesterday evening.
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« Reply #45272 on: May 07, 2022, 11:18:01 PM »
Is Johnny Lafferty still playing for Urney?
He didn't play against us yesterday evening.

What about Feargal McNulty, is he still going?

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« Reply #45273 on: May 08, 2022, 07:42:37 AM »
Looking like fianna 3rds won’t last long Clarshack?

Not sure. They have a tough couple of games to start but will see after it.

We are away to Drumquin next week and they always gave us bother in the past. They were the only team to beat us in Division 3 last time we were in it.

Despite what others have said I would still fear Urney.

Stewartstown firm favourites for Division 3 this year, have the most fire power. If they can get it together as a club they would have a decent team but tend to be a bit of a basketcase.

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« Reply #45274 on: May 08, 2022, 11:40:28 AM »
I seen a photo of McNulty up on the Urney social media for sponsorship or something like that lately so he's still involved in the club whether playing or not I don't know.
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #45275 on: May 08, 2022, 12:45:06 PM »
Looking like fianna 3rds won’t last long Clarshack?

Not sure. They have a tough couple of games to start but will see after it.

We are away to Drumquin next week and they always gave us bother in the past. They were the only team to beat us in Division 3 last time we were in it.

Despite what others have said I would still fear Urney.

Stewartstown firm favourites for Division 3 this year, have the most fire power. If they can get it together as a club they would have a decent team but tend to be a bit of a basketcase.

I’d have Aghaloo as favourites for Division 3 as they are more consistent.

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« Reply #45276 on: May 09, 2022, 07:14:06 PM »
Surely the next few rounds of fixtures can come out now that the u20s will be finished on Sunday. Any word on if it'll be the 20th or 27th?

Edit: just seen they're scheduled for the 20th
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« Reply #45277 on: May 09, 2022, 10:15:37 PM »
3 weeks tomorrow night to proposed start of the league. Is anyone hearing whether Div 1 & 2 are actually going to start on that date? Is it the whole Greencastle thing holding it up? Or a combination of it and Tyrone panel not being finalised?


Tyrone U20 play in Ulster Final on 22nd April. I think the AI Semi final (if they get there) is 2 weeks later and the final a further two weeks (if they get there)


Hopefully it's end of May before we have to bother with Club football
“Bother with?” You sound like a great club man

Would you rather our unser 20s lose? Strange behaviour.
I would rather than 90+% of footballers in the county for the go ahead to start playing the game they train for as soon as possible.


So just to be clear, you want our county teams to be unsuccessful.
Nope, I want club football to not be stopped because of U20’s, started games should still go ahead and clubs play without their U20’s if necessary

You raging?

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« Reply #45278 on: May 09, 2022, 10:17:35 PM »
3 weeks tomorrow night to proposed start of the league. Is anyone hearing whether Div 1 & 2 are actually going to start on that date? Is it the whole Greencastle thing holding it up? Or a combination of it and Tyrone panel not being finalised?


Tyrone U20 play in Ulster Final on 22nd April. I think the AI Semi final (if they get there) is 2 weeks later and the final a further two weeks (if they get there)


Hopefully it's end of May before we have to bother with Club football
“Bother with?” You sound like a great club man

Would you rather our unser 20s lose? Strange behaviour.
I would rather than 90+% of footballers in the county for the go ahead to start playing the game they train for as soon as possible.


So just to be clear, you want our county teams to be unsuccessful.
Nope, I want club football to not be stopped because of U20’s, started games should still go ahead and clubs play without their U20’s if necessary

You raging?
No but I am sure the majority of Div 1 and 2 club players are

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« Reply #45279 on: May 11, 2022, 04:33:45 PM »
Does anyone know when the Senior, Intermediate & Junior football championship draws are due to take place? Usually they're done in March/April but I guess they were held up by Greencastle's appeal to the DRA?
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #45280 on: May 12, 2022, 10:06:26 AM »
Rumours of a fallout in the Galbally camp?

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« Reply #45281 on: May 12, 2022, 10:23:20 AM »
Here’s my predictions for this week, I assume strabane and drumragh games aren’t going ahead due to the under 21’s?

Urney v Glennelly

Augher v brocagh

Clan na gael v castlederg

Killyman v aghaloo

Drumquinn v stewardstown

Errigal 3rds v fintona

Brackaville v derrytresk
















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« Reply #45282 on: May 12, 2022, 11:28:33 AM »
Here’s my predictions for this week, I assume strabane and drumragh games aren’t going ahead due to the under 21’s?

Urney v Glennelly

Augher v brocagh

Clan na gael v castlederg

Killyman v aghaloo

Drumquinn v stewardstown

Errigal 3rds v fintona

Brackaville v derrytresk

Strabane game is. Oran McGrath opted out of the panel after being omitted V Down.


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« Reply #45283 on: May 12, 2022, 11:37:09 AM »
Here’s my predictions for this week, I assume strabane and drumragh games aren’t going ahead due to the under 21’s?

Urney v Glennelly

Augher v brocagh

Clan na gael v castlederg

Killyman v aghaloo

Drumquinn v stewardstown

Errigal 3rds v fintona

Brackaville v derrytresk

Strabane game is. Oran McGrath opted out of the panel after being omitted V Down.



Strabane to beat coalisland 3rds in that case

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #45284 on: May 12, 2022, 12:41:25 PM »
Who can possibily stop the Fintona juggernaut