Author Topic: Tyrone County Football and Hurling  (Read 919185 times)

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #6930 on: April 24, 2018, 09:16:14 AM »
i read somewhere else that it was definitely cootehill celtics football ground that was used to make the video. whether permisssion was sought is another matter. either way its just wrong. if he wants to make a video as a private citizen then do it in ur own home. he just using the gaa to give himself some credibility which he has none.
clarification above. wow.

If it is like the soccer grounds up here a lot of them are owned by the council and therefore technically anyone can use them.

Makes me cringe when I hear Harte talk about this issue. A 50/60 year old man, not able to vote, fundamentalist religious trying to preach about what a woman can do with her body!

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #6931 on: April 24, 2018, 09:26:17 AM »
Any word of players going well at club level that Harte could be looking at?
Hearing good reports about Conn Kilpatrick of Edendork. and Johnny Harkin of Tattyreagh.

In our four games best 2 players I have seen was Connor Gormley and Darren McCurry.
Gormley is some warrior, he is an example for any county and club player to follow. Proper legend.

Can't disagree with that not sure on his is age must be 36/37 has been unlucky with his club in the last 10 years or so...

Unlucky, in what sense?

Unlucky that his team mates weren't as good as they needed to be perhaps





Well Omagh scored a last second goal to beat Carrickmore and both Clonoe and Coalisland beat Carrickmore in tight county finals as well.

Our game wasn't tight, won by 5 and missed a penalty, Carrickmore made a game of it as u would expect in a county final, but that wasa bout the height of it. When you win a county final by that much knowing it was won with 5 minutes to go, tight is not the definition that I would use. Comfortable would describe it better.