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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 03, 2018, 11:55:54 AM »
Deluded, now that’s something that Dunloy were on Sunday thinking their neighbours would sit back and watch them hurl. The wife might let me out but then again she could be busy winning another Ulster title......

Due can I have some of whatever your smoking

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 07:13:56 PM »
whoever did make the call to shut casement when they did really didn't think it through at all. In the mean time we will have to get used to not having a home for another ten years at this rate.

Think Mc Nulty is using this as a political dig at the shinners as well
Ulster Council to blame and the last half wits we had in charge at county

seen him today on the tv going on about it.

In the short term would they not be better investing some money into grounds around the county to try and help the facilities. they ask clubs to do all the work to host the games, the least they could do is do more to help improve that match day experience in some way.

If most ordinary Antrim folk knew how much has already been spent on planning consultants,and contractors delay penalty fees they would go mad
It’s well into the millions
The paltry fee casement was let go for to Ulster Council was also way below market value
The whole thing is a complete mess

I seen the plans for casement online on the planning service web site a brave while ago and they are still floating about.

the fees that they will have been charging will have been shocking high and what has been spent on it at the moment is mental. All we have got from casement is fecking silage!
It's a right shame this has been allowed to happen. I was up past Casement last week and had a look in. Sad.
Anyone ever speak to our own club delegates to see if clubs inquired who is responsible for the mess
At the end of the day casement belongs to Antrim Gael’s and the clubs or am I way off on this

Not any more it doesn't.

Sorry I should have said use to belong
My point being is who is accountable and why where they left to their own devices

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 06:35:35 PM »
whoever did make the call to shut casement when they did really didn't think it through at all. In the mean time we will have to get used to not having a home for another ten years at this rate.

Think Mc Nulty is using this as a political dig at the shinners as well
Ulster Council to blame and the last half wits we had in charge at county

seen him today on the tv going on about it.

In the short term would they not be better investing some money into grounds around the county to try and help the facilities. they ask clubs to do all the work to host the games, the least they could do is do more to help improve that match day experience in some way.

If most ordinary Antrim folk knew how much has already been spent on planning consultants,and contractors delay penalty fees they would go mad
It’s well into the millions
The paltry fee casement was let go for to Ulster Council was also way below market value
The whole thing is a complete mess

I seen the plans for casement online on the planning service web site a brave while ago and they are still floating about.

the fees that they will have been charging will have been shocking high and what has been spent on it at the moment is mental. All we have got from casement is fecking silage!
It's a right shame this has been allowed to happen. I was up past Casement last week and had a look in. Sad.
Anyone ever speak to our own club delegates to see if clubs inquired who is responsible for the mess
At the end of the day casement belongs to Antrim Gael’s and the clubs or am I way off on this

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 05:31:34 PM »
whoever did make the call to shut casement when they did really didn't think it through at all. In the mean time we will have to get used to not having a home for another ten years at this rate.

Think Mc Nulty is using this as a political dig at the shinners as well
Ulster Council to blame and the last half wits we had in charge at county

seen him today on the tv going on about it.

In the short term would they not be better investing some money into grounds around the county to try and help the facilities. they ask clubs to do all the work to host the games, the least they could do is do more to help improve that match day experience in some way.

If most ordinary Antrim folk knew how much has already been spent on planning consultants,and contractors delay penalty fees they would go mad
It’s well into the millions
The paltry fee casement was let go for to Ulster Council was also way below market value
The whole thing is a complete mess

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 05:01:02 PM »
whoever did make the call to shut casement when they did really didn't think it through at all. In the mean time we will have to get used to not having a home for another ten years at this rate.

Think Mc Nulty is using this as a political dig at the shinners as well
Ulster Council to blame and the last half wits we had in charge at county

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 04:37:14 PM »
to be honest this is what we should be talking about

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-45703584

no home for us or likely to be in the near future.

Yeah
So where does Antrim go from here

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 04:16:24 PM »
Desperate altogether not letting the young Dunloy heroes have the run of Páirc Mac Uílín.  :-X

And here comes SIE
Mr fair wheather supporter of the century
You know LG won a match when you show up on these boards
Still obsessed.  ;)

No was just enjoying your absence
The standards of the post have been better
now your back Imm sure you can drag the whole thread into the gutter
What’s your view on this new LG puke hurling approach

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 04:09:03 PM »
Desperate altogether not letting the young Dunloy heroes have the run of Páirc Mac Uílín.  :-X

And here comes SIE
Mr fair wheather supporter of the century
You know LG won a match when you show up on these boards

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 03:08:04 PM »
agreed.  cocky and shite.

There it is right there
Your eternal class shining right through

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 02:47:32 PM »
jesus shame on loughgiel for not leaving 20 yards in front of lightening fast forwards. :o catch a grip will you!!! we set up the only way they could to win and dunloy didn’t adapt,  dunloy was always waiting on that spark or that goal coming, and it didn’t.  our backs were excellent as were dunloys only for the fouling,  Shorty should have walked and thank god it didn’t effect the outcome of the game.  wouldn’t give the ref any grief what so ever.  As far as the “were dunloy not expecting it” i think over confidence paid a price here. Cdall to win with plenty to spare next time round and set up a serious final.  anywhere but ballycastle please!!!!

You call it confidence I would call it complacency but I know where your coming from
Sorry for not coming on here on throwing lots of praise at LG but the general feeling round Dunloy is we didn’t get of the bus and that’s why we lost.
LG fully deserved to win because all the Neymar stuff wouldn’t have mattered if we played like we can
not wanting or expecting praise. but to think we were showing up to let your young guns do as they wanted was silly. and as someone said the sideline could have changed it up. id say complacency and over confidence was a factor but regardless our boys wanted it more, weather wouldn’t have changed the hunger, we’ve plenty good enough lads on the dry day too.     someone said last week dunloy was going to blow holes in loughgiel. we went in hungry dunloy went in over confident.  that’s the main factor

Didn’t hear one person in Dunloy say they where going to blow holes in LG did I not tell you last week it was 50/50 so your way off the mark there.
Your spot on about the hunger LG wanted it more
I would usually go to the final because I like a good game of hurling but I think I will give it a miss for the same reasons I don’t go to a Ulster football match

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 02:28:16 PM »
Can I ask why did the Dunloy management team and players want to be at the side with all the Loughguile supporters?  I know that no one has any side or can claim to have any side but surely taking their players to the other side where their supporters were would have made sense.

Can’t answer that and it’s a good point but if a teams out first at a neutral venue then they have the choice. Does the other team have the right to go to a dig out and throw out hurls and helmets when they where out second

It was all a bit childish

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 02:11:29 PM »
jesus shame on loughgiel for not leaving 20 yards in front of lightening fast forwards. :o catch a grip will you!!! we set up the only way they could to win and dunloy didn’t adapt,  dunloy was always waiting on that spark or that goal coming, and it didn’t.  our backs were excellent as were dunloys only for the fouling,  Shorty should have walked and thank god it didn’t effect the outcome of the game.  wouldn’t give the ref any grief what so ever.  As far as the “were dunloy not expecting it” i think over confidence paid a price here. Cdall to win with plenty to spare next time round and set up a serious final.  anywhere but ballycastle please!!!!

You call it confidence I would call it complacency but I know where your coming from
Sorry for not coming on here on throwing lots of praise at LG but the general feeling round Dunloy is we didn’t get of the bus and that’s why we lost.
LG fully deserved to win because all the Neymar stuff wouldn’t have mattered if we played like we can

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 02:03:47 PM »
If any team in the county were going up against Dunloys forwards they'd set up defensively. If you don't you'll get cleaned out. Can't fault Loughgiel for doing it. Were Dunloy not expecting it? Tactics are a bit like dugouts, not everything goes the way you want.

Dunloy where ready for a sweeper but we just never got of the bus
Sure they have played games during the league with against sweepers
So if the best way to win a match is stay in your own half and slow the game down by pretending to be half dead  then this wonderful game is heading down the bogball path

I'd say Dunloy knew the blanket defense was coming as everyone would have expected it with that forward line. The difference and the way to beat the blanket defense is to pick off scores from longer range, conditions made this nigh on impossible.

So while LG tactics worked for them, the conditions did too. Dunloy had to try and work the ball through the packed defense which was always going to be a difficult task.

Also no one going to comment on the strike before the game in the skirmish?

Agree 💯 percent. The breeze messed up the option of shooting from distance and that draws defenders out leaving room inside
Your obviously a student of the game

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 01:51:53 PM »
If any team in the county were going up against Dunloys forwards they'd set up defensively. If you don't you'll get cleaned out. Can't fault Loughgiel for doing it. Were Dunloy not expecting it? Tactics are a bit like dugouts, not everything goes the way you want.

Dunloy where ready for a sweeper but we just never got of the bus
Sure they have played games during the league  against sweepers
So if the best way to win a match is stay in your own half and slow the game down by pretending to be half dead  then this wonderful game is heading down the bogball path

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: October 01, 2018, 01:45:32 PM »
These ultra defensive systems have served football well since  Donegal’s won at all costs!

Loughgiel scored 6 points more than Dunloy. Wonder how they managed that if they were so defensive?

10 minutes of actual hurling in one half of hurling and LG scored 6 points from play in the 67 minutes played
Yes shorty and James should have walked but the Neymar type rolling about was pethetic for the whole match
Sweepers and diving effective yes but ask any neutral on here was it a good game of hurling
Imm more disappointed with the way we hurled or didn’t
Ten minutes hurling would have beat LG no problem
We where brutal yesterday
And could everyone back of the REF
That was a hard match to do considering one team spent half the match rolling about on the ground   

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