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« Reply #36390 on: October 18, 2017, 01:52:31 PM »
What are peoples views on the current state of reserve football within the county?
I feel it is dying a  death with a huge number of fixtures not being fulfilled and this seems to get worse every year.
Is there any appetite for change in the way the whole thing is structured?

Is it structure though or is it a case that players can't be arsed if there's nothing to play for. Last year (1 x game) and this year (2 games) we had senior fixtures where the opposition didn't travel. I was under the impression that people played these games for enjoyment as opposed to whether they can win things or not.

The 2 games not played this year has denied us a chance to give some young lads some senior experience, game time for our reserves ahead of a league play off, and around 2000 in gate money, which we can't afford to lose.

The fine, although small, goes to the TCB, and not ourselves who are the losers in this.

you're making a grand per reserve game? jesus fair play

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« Reply #36391 on: October 18, 2017, 03:04:45 PM »
What are peoples views on the current state of reserve football within the county?
I feel it is dying a  death with a huge number of fixtures not being fulfilled and this seems to get worse every year.
Is there any appetite for change in the way the whole thing is structured?

Is it structure though or is it a case that players can't be arsed if there's nothing to play for. Last year (1 x game) and this year (2 games) we had senior fixtures where the opposition didn't travel. I was under the impression that people played these games for enjoyment as opposed to whether they can win things or not.

The 2 games not played this year has denied us a chance to give some young lads some senior experience, game time for our reserves ahead of a league play off, and around 2000 in gate money, which we can't afford to lose.

The fine, although small, goes to the TCB, and not ourselves who are the losers in this.

you're making a grand per reserve game? jesus fair play

Read it again. SENIOR GAME.

Its a grand counting the gate, bar, lotto, shop etc.
Owen Roe O'Neills GAC, Leckpatrick, Tyrone

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« Reply #36392 on: October 18, 2017, 03:18:43 PM »
Very disappointed after Sunday. The system that should have got us versus Carrickmore and Pomeroy got us in the final. Not enough fire power up front. Id say that'll be Davy away and not sure what Pascal's thoughts are for staying on. Its a long way back although we have great youth coming through. I hear our neighbours have replaced one club stalwart with another. McCallan out and Munroe in. Any truth?

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« Reply #36393 on: October 18, 2017, 03:56:59 PM »
Raymond will hardly go back to that

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« Reply #36394 on: October 18, 2017, 04:58:53 PM »
Looking at it with the 3 county stalwarts heading towards the Masters competition,Raymond be needing a miracle to occur to regain the O Neill cup.

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« Reply #36395 on: October 18, 2017, 05:20:31 PM »
Miracles can happen. I would guess Carmen's next manager will not be a short fix. It may well be younger lads than Raymond.

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« Reply #36396 on: October 18, 2017, 07:10:33 PM »
Raymond will hardly go back to that

What you mean by that? I think you could be in for a surprise?
« Last Edit: October 18, 2017, 07:21:44 PM by The Golden Years »

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« Reply #36397 on: October 18, 2017, 10:20:14 PM »
big hike coming in affiliation fees for all clubs next year...... plans are afoot to get more money out of the clubs for redevelopment of Omagh....
« Last Edit: October 18, 2017, 10:22:16 PM by tothetop03 »

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« Reply #36398 on: October 18, 2017, 10:21:41 PM »
A fantastic piece from Ciaran Murphy in the Irish Times about mayo rushing their club championship.
Very relevant to tyrone too, the fiasco with ardboe v omagh and rushing pomeroy into action  just 2 things that spring to mind

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« Reply #36399 on: October 18, 2017, 10:22:15 PM »
big hike coming in affiliation fees for all clubs next year...... plan are afoot to get more money out of the club for redevelopment of Omagh....
The exchange rate alone would add 15-20%.

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« Reply #36400 on: October 18, 2017, 10:25:44 PM »
big hike coming in affiliation fees for all clubs next year...... plan are afoot to get more money out of the club for redevelopment of Omagh....
The exchange rate alone would add 15-20%.
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Yeah that would be correct.... never heard the correct figure but all will be added to affiliation fees at the start off the season and then Clubs sell tickets for a monthly draw and they keep a percentage and county board get a percentage.... you sell tickets you get your money back if you dont too bad....

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« Reply #36401 on: October 19, 2017, 10:01:05 AM »
A fantastic piece from Ciaran Murphy in the Irish Times about mayo rushing their club championship.
Very relevant to tyrone too, the fiasco with ardboe v omagh and rushing pomeroy into action  just 2 things that spring to mind

Yes it's echoed all over the Country.

There are still County finals on this weekend.
Grounds destroyed all over the place with last weekends weather and this weekend expected to be bad I understand why young lads are dropping out at a massive rate.

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« Reply #36402 on: October 19, 2017, 10:16:31 AM »
slaughtneil omagh will be a kick of the ball just like last time. slaughtneil had to be pumped and primed for kilcoo last week hurling this week omagh didnt have to get out of first gear v errigal they will be fresher.. killyclogher were very poor last year against slaughtneil when faced with the maroon wall, omagh have smarter footballers playing against the defensive screen than the bluemen. omagh are physically very strong and whilst they may lack legs in the middle they have enough pace elsewhere to deal with the run they also have a stonger bench than 2014. slaughtneil will be worried.

come down off your high horse

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« Reply #36403 on: October 19, 2017, 03:49:07 PM »
slaughtneil omagh will be a kick of the ball just like last time. slaughtneil had to be pumped and primed for kilcoo last week hurling this week omagh didnt have to get out of first gear v errigal they will be fresher.. killyclogher were very poor last year against slaughtneil when faced with the maroon wall, omagh have smarter footballers playing against the defensive screen than the bluemen. omagh are physically very strong and whilst they may lack legs in the middle they have enough pace elsewhere to deal with the run they also have a stonger bench than 2014. slaughtneil will be worried.

Slaughneil don't do worried...

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« Reply #36404 on: October 19, 2017, 08:58:10 PM »
slaughtneil omagh will be a kick of the ball just like last time. slaughtneil had to be pumped and primed for kilcoo last week hurling this week omagh didnt have to get out of first gear v errigal they will be fresher.. killyclogher were very poor last year against slaughtneil when faced with the maroon wall, omagh have smarter footballers playing against the defensive screen than the bluemen. omagh are physically very strong and whilst they may lack legs in the middle they have enough pace elsewhere to deal with the run they also have a stonger bench than 2014. slaughtneil will be worried.

Sean cavanagh on rte again. He's just laughing at harte now.

Slaughneil don't do worried...