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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #15 on: October 31, 2022, 09:07:46 AM »
Kilcoo will be laughing at these comments. They are the team to beat, know how to win without being flattering and scraped through a Down championship, Cross v them would be tasty.

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #16 on: October 31, 2022, 09:14:48 AM »
Cross 1/3 or worse in betting.

Shane O'Neills 6/4 to beat Corduff in the IFC, could be worth a punt as they got out of jail bigtime in the Armagh Intermediate final.

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #17 on: October 31, 2022, 09:19:51 AM »
Cross 1/3 or worse in betting.

Shane O'Neills 6/4 to beat Corduff in the IFC, could be worth a punt as they got out of jail bigtime in the Armagh Intermediate final.

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #18 on: October 31, 2022, 09:47:45 AM »
Kilcoo will be laughing at these comments. They are the team to beat, know how to win without being flattering and scraped through a Down championship, Cross v them would be tasty.
But for a goalkeeping error last year Glen would have beat Kilcoo. Glen looked a better team for most of that game in my opinion. There is very little in those two sides.

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #19 on: October 31, 2022, 09:52:07 AM »
Kilcoo will be laughing at these comments. They are the team to beat, know how to win without being flattering and scraped through a Down championship, Cross v them would be tasty.
But for a goalkeeping error last year Glen would have beat Kilcoo. Glen looked a better team for most of that game in my opinion. There is very little in those two sides.
The absence of Ciaran McFaul could be a huge factor in the Ulster Campaign

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #20 on: October 31, 2022, 12:08:52 PM »
Playing better without him,

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #21 on: October 31, 2022, 12:25:00 PM »
Kilcoo will be laughing at these comments. They are the team to beat, know how to win without being flattering and scraped through a Down championship, Cross v them would be tasty.
Yeah would like to see that one. Kilcoo still the team to beat until proven otherwise and will be looking to retain their All Ireland, as the Cross boys will tell you, good teams win one but great teams win multiple. .

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #22 on: October 31, 2022, 12:26:08 PM »
Playing better without him,

Aye they seemed to win derry at a canter this year, even more so than last.
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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #23 on: October 31, 2022, 02:11:25 PM »
BCB, what were the ages of the starting 15 for Cross in the County final?

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #24 on: October 31, 2022, 03:43:20 PM »
Is it true errigal have 8 players that started yesterday on the tyrone panel?. That is some going for a team that are all Ireland contenders!

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #25 on: October 31, 2022, 03:53:12 PM »
BCB, what were the ages of the starting 15 for Cross in the County final?

Not sure of exact ages but 10 would be 24 or under. Lads born in 1998 or later who played on the minor team that won Ulster plus a few additions. Very young squad, spread of ages but still very young.

Ballybay will fancy their chances. Going in under the radar after beating a fancied Scotstown,  they have plenty of talent. Itís well set for Glen,  easier side of the draw and Kilcoo will have had a few tough ones to win to even make the final. Itís written for them to win it this year,  and youíd have to expect it as the inevitable after the underage success.

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #26 on: October 31, 2022, 04:05:23 PM »
BCB, what were the ages of the starting 15 for Cross in the County final?

Not sure of exact ages but 10 would be 24 or under. Lads born in 1998 or later who played on the minor team that won Ulster plus a few additions. Very young squad, spread of ages but still very young.

Ballybay will fancy their chances. Going in under the radar after beating a fancied Scotstown,  they have plenty of talent. Itís well set for Glen,  easier side of the draw and Kilcoo will have had a few tough ones to win to even make the final. Itís written for them to win it this year,  and youíd have to expect it as the inevitable after the underage success.

All that post is missing is a few "ach shure lukit"s BCB1 😂😂

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #27 on: October 31, 2022, 04:23:00 PM »
BCB, what were the ages of the starting 15 for Cross in the County final?

Not sure of exact ages but 10 would be 24 or under. Lads born in 1998 or later who played on the minor team that won Ulster plus a few additions. Very young squad, spread of ages but still very young.

Ballybay will fancy their chances. Going in under the radar after beating a fancied Scotstown,  they have plenty of talent. Itís well set for Glen,  easier side of the draw and Kilcoo will have had a few tough ones to win to even make the final. Itís written for them to win it this year,  and youíd have to expect it as the inevitable after the underage success.

Fancied Scotstown?? Catch yourself BCB  ;D we played them last year and they were very average. Therefore I'm expecting a comfortable victory for the Rangers on Sat night! Looking forward to your kick passing fudball :)

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #28 on: October 31, 2022, 04:32:02 PM »
BCB, what were the ages of the starting 15 for Cross in the County final?

Not sure of exact ages but 10 would be 24 or under. Lads born in 1998 or later who played on the minor team that won Ulster plus a few additions. Very young squad, spread of ages but still very young.

Ballybay will fancy their chances. Going in under the radar after beating a fancied Scotstown,  they have plenty of talent. Itís well set for Glen,  easier side of the draw and Kilcoo will have had a few tough ones to win to even make the final. Itís written for them to win it this year,  and youíd have to expect it as the inevitable after the underage success.

Fancied Scotstown?? Catch yourself BCB  ;D we played them last year and they were very average. Therefore I'm expecting a comfortable victory for the Rangers on Sat night! Looking forward to your kick passing fudball :)

Sure even they beat Ballybay Walter im not sure theyll even bother fielding against Kilcoo 😉😃

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Re: Ulster club championship
« Reply #29 on: October 31, 2022, 04:36:43 PM »
I'd be surprised if Kilcoo won it this year. Hunger won't be the same. Glen's to lose. Hard to know what way Errigal are so that will be an interesting game.

Still wouldn't think Cross quite at the level yet though some Fergie isms being thrown in here from a Liverpool fan  ;D

It generally takes horrible football to win these things so on that Glenties probably favourites  :o