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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #285 on: November 24, 2022, 07:28:31 PM »
Both teams should got banned

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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #286 on: November 24, 2022, 08:17:50 PM »
U21 club game abandoned after 59mins. Big bust up involving most players. One player lost consciousness due to choking, Huge inquiry now, would expect this to make national news.




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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #287 on: November 24, 2022, 08:21:54 PM »
What county Rudi?

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« Reply #288 on: November 24, 2022, 08:25:08 PM »
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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #289 on: November 24, 2022, 08:50:58 PM »
Not good

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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #290 on: November 25, 2022, 09:19:57 AM »
U21 club game abandoned after 59mins. Big bust up involving most players. One player lost consciousness due to choking, Huge inquiry now, would expect this to make national news.




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How is the huge inquiry going?

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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #291 on: November 25, 2022, 09:27:04 AM »
Typical Donegal, both should be thrown out and banned for life. Only 5 points scored in 59 minutes? Disgraceful.

On a serious note, hope the lad is ok. U21ís can be a funny age. Melees would have been the standard for 90% of games I ever watched or played in at that age level.

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« Reply #292 on: November 25, 2022, 09:48:57 AM »
Typical Donegal, both should be thrown out and banned for life. Only 5 points scored in 59 minutes? Disgraceful.

On a serious note, hope the lad is ok. U21ís can be a funny age. Melees would have been the standard for 90% of games I ever watched or played in at that age level.

So in 10 games you've watched or played in at that level there was 9 melee's? Christ that's wild, there's the odd dust up here and there but if they are anything like what was reported above at that ratio then there's is something wrong in Armagh
None of us are getting out of here alive, so please stop treating yourself like an after thought. Ea

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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #293 on: November 25, 2022, 09:51:56 AM »
Typical Donegal, both should be thrown out and banned for life. Only 5 points scored in 59 minutes? Disgraceful.

On a serious note, hope the lad is ok. U21ís can be a funny age. Melees would have been the standard for 90% of games I ever watched or played in at that age level.

So in 10 games you've watched or played in at that level there was 9 melee's? Christ that's wild, there's the odd dust up here and there but if they are anything like what was reported above at that ratio then there's is something wrong in Armagh
Well maybe 90% is abit exaggerated and a lot were more pushing and shoving than melees lol but itís that age where a lot of lads maybe try and act the hard fella abit more. Just my experience.

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« Reply #294 on: November 25, 2022, 11:39:51 AM »
Typical Donegal, both should be thrown out and banned for life. Only 5 points scored in 59 minutes? Disgraceful.

On a serious note, hope the lad is ok. U21ís can be a funny age. Melees would have been the standard for 90% of games I ever watched or played in at that age level.

So in 10 games you've watched or played in at that level there was 9 melee's? Christ that's wild, there's the odd dust up here and there but if they are anything like what was reported above at that ratio then there's is something wrong in Armagh
Well maybe 90% is abit exaggerated and a lot were more pushing and shoving than melees lol but itís that age where a lot of lads maybe try and act the hard fella abit more. Just my experience.

Under 16 was the age group (from refereeing) was the most difficult, you really needed to apply a different set of tolerances to fouls, they take it very personal at that age
None of us are getting out of here alive, so please stop treating yourself like an after thought. Ea

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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #295 on: November 25, 2022, 01:49:43 PM »
Typical Donegal, both should be thrown out and banned for life. Only 5 points scored in 59 minutes? Disgraceful.

On a serious note, hope the lad is ok. U21ís can be a funny age. Melees would have been the standard for 90% of games I ever watched or played in at that age level.

So in 10 games you've watched or played in at that level there was 9 melee's? Christ that's wild, there's the odd dust up here and there but if they are anything like what was reported above at that ratio then there's is something wrong in Armagh
We save getting into Melee's till we're on the National Stage, no point scraping in the likes of Clonmore or Dorsey with no TV cameras.

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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #296 on: November 25, 2022, 02:04:16 PM »
Typical Donegal, both should be thrown out and banned for life. Only 5 points scored in 59 minutes? Disgraceful.

On a serious note, hope the lad is ok. U21ís can be a funny age. Melees would have been the standard for 90% of games I ever watched or played in at that age level.

So in 10 games you've watched or played in at that level there was 9 melee's? Christ that's wild, there's the odd dust up here and there but if they are anything like what was reported above at that ratio then there's is something wrong in Armagh
Well maybe 90% is abit exaggerated and a lot were more pushing and shoving than melees lol but itís that age where a lot of lads maybe try and act the hard fella abit more. Just my experience.

Under 16 was the age group (from refereeing) was the most difficult, you really needed to apply a different set of tolerances to fouls, they take it very personal at that age

Interesting. I took an U15 team for the first time this year and I noticed this exact thing. So much pride to get bruised!

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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #297 on: November 25, 2022, 03:25:57 PM »
Typical Donegal, both should be thrown out and banned for life. Only 5 points scored in 59 minutes? Disgraceful.

On a serious note, hope the lad is ok. U21ís can be a funny age. Melees would have been the standard for 90% of games I ever watched or played in at that age level.

So in 10 games you've watched or played in at that level there was 9 melee's? Christ that's wild, there's the odd dust up here and there but if they are anything like what was reported above at that ratio then there's is something wrong in Armagh
Well maybe 90% is abit exaggerated and a lot were more pushing and shoving than melees lol but itís that age where a lot of lads maybe try and act the hard fella abit more. Just my experience.

Under 16 was the age group (from refereeing) was the most difficult, you really needed to apply a different set of tolerances to fouls, they take it very personal at that age

Interesting. I took an U15 team for the first time this year and I noticed this exact thing. So much pride to get bruised!
Saw plenty of U15 games in Armagh last year. Mostly i thought the refs allowed kids with the ball to be battered too often with not enough done to curtail closed fist tackles.  Reactions from the victims were plentiful.   

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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #298 on: November 25, 2022, 03:32:40 PM »
Typical Donegal, both should be thrown out and banned for life. Only 5 points scored in 59 minutes? Disgraceful.

On a serious note, hope the lad is ok. U21ís can be a funny age. Melees would have been the standard for 90% of games I ever watched or played in at that age level.

So in 10 games you've watched or played in at that level there was 9 melee's? Christ that's wild, there's the odd dust up here and there but if they are anything like what was reported above at that ratio then there's is something wrong in Armagh
Well maybe 90% is abit exaggerated and a lot were more pushing and shoving than melees lol but itís that age where a lot of lads maybe try and act the hard fella abit more. Just my experience.

Under 16 was the age group (from refereeing) was the most difficult, you really needed to apply a different set of tolerances to fouls, they take it very personal at that age

Interesting. I took an U15 team for the first time this year and I noticed this exact thing. So much pride to get bruised!
Saw plenty of U15 games in Armagh last year. Mostly i thought the refs allowed kids with the ball to be battered too often with not enough done to curtail closed fist tackles.  Reactions from the victims were plentiful.
Youís soft townies up there! ;)

Yeah to be honest the standard of refereeing in Armagh is very poor.

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Re: Assaults at GAA games
« Reply #299 on: November 25, 2022, 10:55:50 PM »
Typical Donegal, both should be thrown out and banned for life. Only 5 points scored in 59 minutes? Disgraceful.

On a serious note, hope the lad is ok. U21ís can be a funny age. Melees would have been the standard for 90% of games I ever watched or played in at that age level.

So in 10 games you've watched or played in at that level there was 9 melee's? Christ that's wild, there's the odd dust up here and there but if they are anything like what was reported above at that ratio then there's is something wrong in Armagh
Well maybe 90% is abit exaggerated and a lot were more pushing and shoving than melees lol but itís that age where a lot of lads maybe try and act the hard fella abit more. Just my experience.

Under 16 was the age group (from refereeing) was the most difficult, you really needed to apply a different set of tolerances to fouls, they take it very personal at that age

Interesting. I took an U15 team for the first time this year and I noticed this exact thing. So much pride to get bruised!
Saw plenty of U15 games in Armagh last year. Mostly i thought the refs allowed kids with the ball to be battered too often with not enough done to curtail closed fist tackles.  Reactions from the victims were plentiful.

D Championship semifinal ... about 5 minutes in, the ref loudly shouts ... "as lads it's only U15's, it doesn't really matter"  ;D ;D.
Talk about a red rag to a bull.