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« Reply #36795 on: January 12, 2018, 10:06:36 AM »
Lot of clubs still to appoint.

Civil war has broke out in at least one club over the appointment of a manager.

You’re hardly referring to your neighbours up the road? A serious reports of men quitting and transferring due to discontentment within the club and the appointment of senior management. Any truth in it? I heard Michael Hagan is making a return to the St. Malachy’s after a spell with Ardboe, is that correct?

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« Reply #36796 on: January 12, 2018, 12:56:59 PM »
whats happening in Ardboe?  Whos quit?  Whos fell out?  Whats the falling out over?  Possibly relegation the year?

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« Reply #36797 on: January 12, 2018, 01:19:39 PM »
whats happening in Ardboe?  Whos quit?  Whos fell out?  Whats the falling out over?  Possibly relegation the year?

There’s a lot of chat going around. I don’t know all the facts but I can confirm that one player has transferred to Ballinderry and since my previous post I have received confirmation that Mick Hagan is going back to Moortown.
One of my own club men was asking me what’s happening in Ardboe because “there are men leaving left, right and centre”. The same man would know the craic.
Apparently the club appointed a man called Noel O’Neill as manager at a committee meeting without any consultation with players and members and he also happens to be a brother of the chairman.
Supposedly it’s a continuation of a coup from last year when they got rid of their senior management.
But you wouldn’t know what’s going on down around the loughshore. Between them and Moortown there’s never a dull moment. Speaking of Moortown, Paul Devlin and the cubs have made the move to Ardboe. That will be an interesting derby when the time comes. Devlin wouldn’t have had much respect for the Ardboe Club over the years.
Is there any Ardboe men on here who could give us a little clarity on the latest episode?

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« Reply #36798 on: January 12, 2018, 04:23:53 PM »
Lot of clubs still to appoint.

Civil war has broke out in at least one club over the appointment of a manager.

You’re hardly referring to your neighbours up the road? A serious reports of men quitting and transferring due to discontentment within the club and the appointment of senior management. Any truth in it? I heard Michael Hagan is making a return to the St. Malachy’s after a spell with Ardboe, is that correct?

I'd be more surprised if there wasn't a good row in Ardboe - Seems to happen every year around this time.

I mind one year people suggesting they charge into their AGM as it was that entertaining!

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« Reply #36799 on: January 12, 2018, 04:39:18 PM »
whats happening in Ardboe?  Whos quit?  Whos fell out?  Whats the falling out over?  Possibly relegation the year?

There’s a lot of chat going around. I don’t know all the facts but I can confirm that one player has transferred to Ballinderry and since my previous post I have received confirmation that Mick Hagan is going back to Moortown.
One of my own club men was asking me what’s happening in Ardboe because “there are men leaving left, right and centre”. The same man would know the craic.
Apparently the club appointed a man called Noel O’Neill as manager at a committee meeting without any consultation with players and members and he also happens to be a brother of the chairman.
Supposedly it’s a continuation of a coup from last year when they got rid of their senior management.
But you wouldn’t know what’s going on down around the loughshore. Between them and Moortown there’s never a dull moment. Speaking of Moortown, Paul Devlin and the cubs have made the move to Ardboe. That will be an interesting derby when the time comes. Devlin wouldn’t have had much respect for the Ardboe Club over the years.
Is there any Ardboe men on here who could give us a little clarity on the latest episode?

Bendyerback, what you have described sounds more like Tyrone version of Game of Thrones. As usual with these things I imagine the truth lies somewhere in between. I know they have lost a few men but I reckon some of them will be back before the end of the year and it'll roll around to next years AGM when there's another row.

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« Reply #36800 on: January 12, 2018, 05:28:21 PM »
whats happening in Ardboe?  Whos quit?  Whos fell out?  Whats the falling out over?  Possibly relegation the year?

There’s a lot of chat going around. I don’t know all the facts but I can confirm that one player has transferred to Ballinderry and since my previous post I have received confirmation that Mick Hagan is going back to Moortown.
One of my own club men was asking me what’s happening in Ardboe because “there are men leaving left, right and centre”. The same man would know the craic.
Apparently the club appointed a man called Noel O’Neill as manager at a committee meeting without any consultation with players and members and he also happens to be a brother of the chairman.
Supposedly it’s a continuation of a coup from last year when they got rid of their senior management.
But you wouldn’t know what’s going on down around the loughshore. Between them and Moortown there’s never a dull moment. Speaking of Moortown, Paul Devlin and the cubs have made the move to Ardboe. That will be an interesting derby when the time comes. Devlin wouldn’t have had much respect for the Ardboe Club over the years.
Is there any Ardboe men on here who could give us a little clarity on the latest episode?

Bendyerback, what you have described sounds more like Tyrone version of Game of Thrones. As usual with these things I imagine the truth lies somewhere in between. I know they have lost a few men but I reckon some of them will be back before the end of the year and it'll roll around to next years AGM when there's another row.
Another row?
I wouldn’t be familiar with the going ons in game of thrones but it sounds delightful.
I don’t think they will be fighting relegation this season, I wouldn’t like to see them going down over some silly decisions. The competition between them and ourselves has always been healthy. But you’re probably right. 

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« Reply #36801 on: January 12, 2018, 07:39:33 PM »
Folks- Is under age 13, 15 and 17 in Tyrone or 14, 16 and 18.

Hearing mixed reports!
Owen Roe O'Neills GAC, Leckpatrick, Tyrone

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« Reply #36802 on: January 12, 2018, 08:42:44 PM »
Folks- Is under age 13, 15 and 17 in Tyrone or 14, 16 and 18.

Hearing mixed reports!

Stays as is 14, 16, 18.

Who are you hearing otherwise from?

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« Reply #36803 on: January 12, 2018, 09:05:18 PM »
Folks- Is under age 13, 15 and 17 in Tyrone or 14, 16 and 18.

Hearing mixed reports!

Stays as is 14, 16, 18.

Who are you hearing otherwise from?

I heard that Tyrone are still awaiting approval from Ulster/ Croke Park. U14 , U16 etc is Tyrone's request.
Owen Roe O'Neills GAC, Leckpatrick, Tyrone

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« Reply #36804 on: January 12, 2018, 09:48:06 PM »
It will stay at U14, 16 and 18 and will be confirmed after first CCC meeting. Club delegates were asked for a show of hands at the county convention and it was unanimous to remain the same. GAA allowed counties to decide between 14, 16, 18 or 13, 15, 17 for the coming year. I think all Ulster counties have went with 14, 16, 18 bar one (whom I can’t recall)

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« Reply #36805 on: January 12, 2018, 11:27:16 PM »
whats happening in Ardboe?  Whos quit?  Whos fell out?  Whats the falling out over?  Possibly relegation the year?

There’s a lot of chat going around. I don’t know all the facts but I can confirm that one player has transferred to Ballinderry and since my previous post I have received confirmation that Mick Hagan is going back to Moortown.
One of my own club men was asking me what’s happening in Ardboe because “there are men leaving left, right and centre”. The same man would know the craic.
Apparently the club appointed a man called Noel O’Neill as manager at a committee meeting without any consultation with players and members and he also happens to be a brother of the chairman.
Supposedly it’s a continuation of a coup from last year when they got rid of their senior management.
But you wouldn’t know what’s going on down around the loughshore. Between them and Moortown there’s never a dull moment. Speaking of Moortown, Paul Devlin and the cubs have made the move to Ardboe. That will be an interesting derby when the time comes. Devlin wouldn’t have had much respect for the Ardboe Club over the years.
Is there any Ardboe men on here who could give us a little clarity on the latest episode?

Bendyerback, what you have described sounds more like Tyrone version of Game of Thrones. As usual with these things I imagine the truth lies somewhere in between. I know they have lost a few men but I reckon some of them will be back before the end of the year and it'll roll around to next years AGM when there's another row.
Another row?
I wouldn’t be familiar with the going ons in game of thrones but it sounds delightful.
I don’t think they will be fighting relegation this season, I wouldn’t like to see them going down over some silly decisions. The competition between them and ourselves has always been healthy. But you’re probably right.

I thought you were an ardboe man bendyback? You seem to know a lot of the goings on in that club for them not to be yours?

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« Reply #36806 on: January 13, 2018, 07:36:56 AM »
For anyone travelling through Ardboe today,please be aware that the road is closed from Duffs to Ardboe hall.
Don't know what's going on but there's HBO lorries in the hall car park and a crowd of boys running about with swords.
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« Reply #36807 on: January 14, 2018, 12:29:48 AM »
Drumragh - Gavin McElroy and Peter Doherty

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« Reply #36808 on: January 14, 2018, 06:13:25 PM »
whats happening in Ardboe?  Whos quit?  Whos fell out?  Whats the falling out over?  Possibly relegation the year?

There’s a lot of chat going around. I don’t know all the facts but I can confirm that one player has transferred to Ballinderry and since my previous post I have received confirmation that Mick Hagan is going back to Moortown.
One of my own club men was asking me what’s happening in Ardboe because “there are men leaving left, right and centre”. The same man would know the craic.
Apparently the club appointed a man called Noel O’Neill as manager at a committee meeting without any consultation with players and members and he also happens to be a brother of the chairman.
Supposedly it’s a continuation of a coup from last year when they got rid of their senior management.
But you wouldn’t know what’s going on down around the loughshore. Between them and Moortown there’s never a dull moment. Speaking of Moortown, Paul Devlin and the cubs have made the move to Ardboe. That will be an interesting derby when the time comes. Devlin wouldn’t have had much respect for the Ardboe Club over the years.
Is there any Ardboe men on here who could give us a little clarity on the latest episode?

Bendyerback, what you have described sounds more like Tyrone version of Game of Thrones. As usual with these things I imagine the truth lies somewhere in between. I know they have lost a few men but I reckon some of them will be back before the end of the year and it'll roll around to next years AGM when there's another row.
Another row?
I wouldn’t be familiar with the going ons in game of thrones but it sounds delightful.
I don’t think they will be fighting relegation this season, I wouldn’t like to see them going down over some silly decisions. The competition between them and ourselves has always been healthy. But you’re probably right.

I thought you were an ardboe man bendyback? You seem to know a lot of the goings on in that club for them not to be yours?
I’m not a million miles away from Ardboe. My Granny was an Ardboe woman, (if she was still alive she’d be 124), so I guess in an around about way I am a wee bit of an Ardboe man, but my allegience wouldn’t lie there. You are also correct, I do know a lot about the goings on down around the loughshore. I’ve got a couple of reliable sources and it’s no secret that the Ardboe men aren’t afraid to air their dirty laundry in public.
If it’s not about a crest being scrapped it’s about supporters giving the right honourable Brian McGuigan a bit of grief on the line.
I always look forward to the next episode. Like game of thrones.
 

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« Reply #36809 on: January 15, 2018, 10:46:40 AM »
Aghaloo O'Neill's - same man apparently?
Aghyaran Saint Davog's -  M GREENE - EX DERRYGONNELLY
Ardboe O'Donovan Rossa - Gavin Wylie, Horse, McKeown
Augher St Macartan's - Eamonn Kavanagh
Beragh Red Knights - Is Enda Kilpatrick staying?
Brackaville Owen Roes -  PAUL ROUSE
Brocagh Emmetts - Peter Bayne, Audi Hamilton
Carrickmore St Colmcille's - Ray Munroe, Ronan McGarrity, Peter Loughran
Castlederg St Eugene's McCarron Stewart
Clann na Gael
Clogher Eire óg
Clonoe O'Rahilly's - Mick O'Dowd
Coalisland Fianna - McKeever, Gilligan,
Cookstown Fr.Rocks - P McCALLAN
Derrylaughan Kevin Barry's - Martin Kinless & Carl Conlon
Derrytresk Fir a'Chnoic -
Donaghmore St Patrick's - Gary and Richard Hetherington
Dregish Pearse óg Adrian o kane
Dromore St Dympna's - Ciaran Meenagh Gerry Donnelly
Drumquin Wolfe Tone's - Is Noel Donnelly staying?
Drumragh Sarsfield's
Dungannon Thomas Clarkes - Terry Loughran, Chris Rafferty
Edendork St Malachy's - Damian Barton
Eglish St Patrick's - ???????????
Errigal Ciaran - Pascal C,Tiffy Quinn, F Devlin, Joe C
Eskra Emmett's -  S BEATTIE
Fintona Na Piarsaigh
Galbally Pearse's - Fergal McCusker & Sean Quinn??
Glenelly St Joseph's
Gortin St Patrick's - Roger Keenan staying?
Greencastle St Patrick's - Some man McKenna from the club & Niall Colton
Kildress Wolfe Tone's - Sean Beggs, Aidy O'Gara & Damian Kelly
Killeeshil St. Mary's
Killyclogher St Mary's - Dom Corrigan, Fergal McCann
Killyman St Mary's -  C CORR - EX TYRONE CAPTAIN
Loughmacrory St Teresa's - Gavin Conway & Ronan or Enda Ward
Moortown St Malachy's -  Michael Conlan (ballinderry) PJ Quinn, Shorty McNally
Moy Tír na nóg - Audi Kelly, Gavin McGilly
Newtownstewart St Eugene's McNulty
Omagh St Enda's -  Paddy Crozier, Carl McCabe,  Paul Tierney
Owen Roe O'Neill's - Barry Tracey
Pomeroy Plunketts - Brian McGuckin
Rock St Patrick's -
Stewartstown Harps - Gary Coleman
Strabane Sigerson's - Charlie O'Kane, Jody Wilson
Tattyreagh St Patrick's - Ferguson, McHugh
Trillick St Macartan's -  Niall Seany
Urney St Colmcille's -