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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #135 on: November 20, 2022, 08:39:57 PM »
Drumlane v Stewartstown JFC final. Both teams winning their semi by  double figures. Should be a good final

Didn’t think we played great actually today even though we won by 10 as there were a lot of unforced errors from us and a better team would have capitalised on them. Drumlane are seriously strong and have a massive advantage in having played in Clones twice already. Think there should be a 2 week gap between semi and final and not 6 days.

No need to keep playing yourselves down. Leave that to the management
Harps are obviously raging hot favourites to go all the way
Only the Cliffords can spoil the party at this stage but apparently yous have already been working on a system in training to try and negate their influence

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #136 on: November 20, 2022, 08:59:07 PM »
Drumlane v Stewartstown JFC final. Both teams winning their semi by  double figures. Should be a good final

Didn’t think we played great actually today even though we won by 10 as there were a lot of unforced errors from us and a better team would have capitalised on them. Drumlane are seriously strong and have a massive advantage in having played in Clones twice already. Think there should be a 2 week gap between semi and final and not 6 days.

No need to keep playing yourselves down. Leave that to the management
Harps are obviously raging hot favourites to go all the way
Only the Cliffords can spoil the party at this stage but apparently yous have already been working on a system in training to try and negate their influence

Poison? Hitman? Covid?
None of us are getting out of here alive, so please stop treating yourself like an after thought. Ea

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #137 on: November 20, 2022, 09:11:11 PM »
Drumlane v Stewartstown JFC final. Both teams winning their semi by  double figures. Should be a good final

Didn’t think we played great actually today even though we won by 10 as there were a lot of unforced errors from us and a better team would have capitalised on them. Drumlane are seriously strong and have a massive advantage in having played in Clones twice already. Think there should be a 2 week gap between semi and final and not 6 days.

No need to keep playing yourselves down. Leave that to the management
Harps are obviously raging hot favourites to go all the way
Only the Cliffords can spoil the party at this stage but apparently yous have already been working on a system in training to try and negate their influence

Poison? Hitman? Covid?

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #138 on: November 21, 2022, 01:13:15 AM »
Just watched the other semi and Drumlane look like a right decent team. Newtownbutler are no mugs and they were hammered.
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« Reply #139 on: November 21, 2022, 08:31:18 AM »
Clarshak you're like when Jim Gavin use to talk up whoever they played in the Leinster championship.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #140 on: November 21, 2022, 09:11:02 AM »
Just watched the other semi and Drumlane look like a right decent team. Newtownbutler are no mugs and they were hammered.

Drumlane had beat Arva in the Cavan JFC. Arva were heavily tipped. Them and Stewartstown could be a very tight game.

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« Reply #141 on: November 21, 2022, 09:29:39 PM »
I'm a little out of touch with Cavan club football at junior level but I don't think Drumlane would be considered a senior team or anywhere near it. They weren't even favourites to win Cavan out. That said they have Ryan Connolly who has been on the fringes of county panel for a few years.

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« Reply #142 on: November 22, 2022, 09:12:19 AM »
I'm a little out of touch with Cavan club football at junior level but I don't think Drumlane would be considered a senior team or anywhere near it. They weren't even favourites to win Cavan out. That said they have Ryan Connolly who has been on the fringes of county panel for a few years.
Watched their game with Craigbane in the Preliminary round on Ulster TV. Craigbane went down to 14 men after 10/15 minutes and ended up losing by 1. I think they'd have won had they kept 15 on the pitch. Just off that game I'd have to have Stewartstown as decent favorites. Drumlane were very well organised but possibly lacking the out and out forwards. They came 3rd I think in Div 2 in Cavan though so can't be a kick in the ass off of some senior teams.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #143 on: November 22, 2022, 09:16:11 AM »
I'm a little out of touch with Cavan club football at junior level but I don't think Drumlane would be considered a senior team or anywhere near it. They weren't even favourites to win Cavan out. That said they have Ryan Connolly who has been on the fringes of county panel for a few years.
So they’re very much an intermediate team? Just like Stewartstown?

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #144 on: November 22, 2022, 11:43:42 AM »
I'm a little out of touch with Cavan club football at junior level but I don't think Drumlane would be considered a senior team or anywhere near it. They weren't even favourites to win Cavan out. That said they have Ryan Connolly who has been on the fringes of county panel for a few years.
So they’re very much an intermediate team? Just like Stewartstown?

Drumlane have been a good junior side/poor intermediate side in recent years. They only made it out of the group in Cavan this year with a last minute long range free from Connolly. They were Division 3 League last year.

Connolly has kicked a series of winning frees but from open play, he won't be top of the list for close attention.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #145 on: November 22, 2022, 11:58:54 AM »
I'm a little out of touch with Cavan club football at junior level but I don't think Drumlane would be considered a senior team or anywhere near it. They weren't even favourites to win Cavan out. That said they have Ryan Connolly who has been on the fringes of county panel for a few years.
So they’re very much an intermediate team? Just like Stewartstown?

Drumlane have been a good junior side/poor intermediate side in recent years. They only made it out of the group in Cavan this year with a last minute long range free from Connolly. They were Division 3 League last year.

Connolly has kicked a series of winning frees but from open play, he won't be top of the list for close attention.

was looking at league tables in Cavan and noticed that Denn who won Ulster Junior comfortably last year finished bottom of Division 2 winning only 1 game. would that have been expected of them this year?

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #146 on: November 22, 2022, 01:22:07 PM »
I'm a little out of touch with Cavan club football at junior level but I don't think Drumlane would be considered a senior team or anywhere near it. They weren't even favourites to win Cavan out. That said they have Ryan Connolly who has been on the fringes of county panel for a few years.
So they’re very much an intermediate team? Just like Stewartstown?

Drumlane have been a good junior side/poor intermediate side in recent years. They only made it out of the group in Cavan this year with a last minute long range free from Connolly. They were Division 3 League last year.

Connolly has kicked a series of winning frees but from open play, he won't be top of the list for close attention.

was looking at league tables in Cavan and noticed that Denn who won Ulster Junior comfortably last year finished bottom of Division 2 winning only 1 game. would that have been expected of them this year?

Bit of a hangover after winning, struggled to get a manager then Mossy Corr ex county player retired and couple lads went travelling.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #147 on: November 26, 2022, 02:36:14 PM »
Very entertaining game, going to ET. 0.12 each at FT.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #148 on: November 26, 2022, 02:40:24 PM »
Stewartstown game very exiting played most of 2nd half with 14 men I thought the sending off was very buttery. Stewartstown could have had a couple of goals but only took the lead for the first time on 60th minute. I fancy them in extra time if they can settle themselves in front of the goal posts. They hit quite a few wides.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC 2022
« Reply #149 on: November 26, 2022, 03:00:37 PM »
Half time in extra time

Stewartstown 1 - 12 (penalty)
Drumlane 0 - 13