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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #270 on: June 10, 2018, 12:29:27 PM »
Good.
Hope the management and players are of similar view.
AI Semis are down for weekend of 14th/15th July with the Final weekend 4th/5th August.
The Rhubarbs will have a lot of travelling to do both those weekends.
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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #271 on: June 13, 2018, 01:03:23 PM »
What odds were Roscommon before the game?

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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #272 on: June 13, 2018, 01:08:13 PM »
It was Galway 1/5 and Ros 9/2.
Rhubarbs are bookies favourites for the Final.
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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #273 on: June 13, 2018, 01:13:00 PM »
It was Galway 1/5 and Ros 9/2.
Rhubarbs are bookies favourites for the Final.

crikey, knew Galway were hot favourites but not to that extent.

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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #274 on: June 13, 2018, 01:42:45 PM »
Mayo are very average would expect ros to win after beating a fancied Galway

With Galway taken out a few lads over on Mayogaablog are taking this Mayo team up as potential All Ireland winners its almost like they have won Connacht already.
Few lads on that site more than a tad excitable, hardly the opinion of a majority of level headed punters.
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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #275 on: June 13, 2018, 01:52:43 PM »
Mayo are very average would expect ros to win after beating a fancied Galway

With Galway taken out a few lads over on Mayogaablog are taking this Mayo team up as potential All Ireland winners its almost like they have won Connacht already.
Few lads on that site more than a tad excitable, hardly the opinion of a majority of level headed punters.
Mayo are favourites for Sundays final and their All Ireland odds have gone from 12/1 to now 7/1 so plenty of punters are laying their hard earned cash on Mayo.

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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #276 on: June 13, 2018, 02:04:58 PM »
Mayo are very average would expect ros to win after beating a fancied Galway

With Galway taken out a few lads over on Mayogaablog are taking this Mayo team up as potential All Ireland winners its almost like they have won Connacht already.
Few lads on that site more than a tad excitable, hardly the opinion of a majority of level headed punters.
Mayo are favourites for Sundays final and their All Ireland odds have gone from 12/1 to now 7/1 so plenty of punters are laying their hard earned cash on Mayo.
I find that hard to believe. Surely Cakes forward roll onto the pitch in celebration in Tuam gives an indication of his confidence? Mentioned All Ireland semi final in post match interview too...

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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #277 on: June 13, 2018, 02:28:34 PM »
Mayo are very average would expect ros to win after beating a fancied Galway

With Galway taken out a few lads over on Mayogaablog are taking this Mayo team up as potential All Ireland winners its almost like they have won Connacht already.
Few lads on that site more than a tad excitable, hardly the opinion of a majority of level headed punters.
Mayo are favourites for Sundays final and their All Ireland odds have gone from 12/1 to now 7/1 so plenty of punters are laying their hard earned cash on Mayo.
I find that hard to believe. Surely Cakes forward roll onto the pitch in celebration in Tuam gives an indication of his confidence? Mentioned All Ireland semi final in post match interview too...

He also mentioned we ended up with a lot of 18 year-olds on the field by the end of the match, that five of our best players (including the star forward of the Inter AI Club finalists) are still sitting their Leaving Cert and arenít avaialble, that Ciaran Lennon the starting senior FF has a broken thumb, that our starting corner back is our due to a straight red and our best midfielder is likely out due to the cumulative effects of multiple concussions. Did he mention this is also our third championship match in 15 days?

The usual nonsense on GAABoard trying to pretend the opposition is overconfident, as if it grants any advantage when itís verfiably not the case.

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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #278 on: June 13, 2018, 02:32:09 PM »
Mayo are very average would expect ros to win after beating a fancied Galway

With Galway taken out a few lads over on Mayogaablog are taking this Mayo team up as potential All Ireland winners its almost like they have won Connacht already.
Few lads on that site more than a tad excitable, hardly the opinion of a majority of level headed punters.
Mayo are favourites for Sundays final and their All Ireland odds have gone from 12/1 to now 7/1 so plenty of punters are laying their hard earned cash on Mayo.
I find that hard to believe. Surely Cakes forward roll onto the pitch in celebration in Tuam gives an indication of his confidence? Mentioned All Ireland semi final in post match interview too...

He also mentioned we ended up with a lot of 18 year-olds on the field by the end of the match, that five of our best players (including the star forward of the Inter AI Club finalists) are still sitting their Leaving Cert and arenít avaialble, that Ciaran Lennon the starting senior FF has a broken thumb, that our starting corner back is our due to a straight red and our best midfielder is likely out due to the cumulative effects of multiple concussions. Did he mention this is also our third championship match in 15 days?

The usual nonsense on GAABoard trying to pretend the opposition is overconfident, as if it grants any advantage when itís verfiably not the case.

The usual nonsense on GAABoard trying to play the poor mouth... 
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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #279 on: June 13, 2018, 02:36:06 PM »
Mayo are very average would expect ros to win after beating a fancied Galway

With Galway taken out a few lads over on Mayogaablog are taking this Mayo team up as potential All Ireland winners its almost like they have won Connacht already.
Few lads on that site more than a tad excitable, hardly the opinion of a majority of level headed punters.
Mayo are favourites for Sundays final and their All Ireland odds have gone from 12/1 to now 7/1 so plenty of punters are laying their hard earned cash on Mayo.
I find that hard to believe. Surely Cakes forward roll onto the pitch in celebration in Tuam gives an indication of his confidence? Mentioned All Ireland semi final in post match interview too...

He also mentioned we ended up with a lot of 18 year-olds on the field by the end of the match, that five of our best players (including the star forward of the Inter AI Club finalists) are still sitting their Leaving Cert and arenít avaialble, that Ciaran Lennon the starting senior FF has a broken thumb, that our starting corner back is our due to a straight red and our best midfielder is likely out due to the cumulative effects of multiple concussions. Did he mention this is also our third championship match in 15 days?

The usual nonsense on GAABoard trying to pretend the opposition is overconfident, as if it grants any advantage when itís verfiably not the case.

The usual nonsense on GAABoard trying to play the poor mouth...

Facts arenít Ďpoor mouthí, weíre fully capable of beating what is far from a heralded Mayo side. But to pretend this team or management are overconfident is a little insulting.

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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #280 on: June 13, 2018, 02:38:23 PM »
Mayo are very average would expect ros to win after beating a fancied Galway

With Galway taken out a few lads over on Mayogaablog are taking this Mayo team up as potential All Ireland winners its almost like they have won Connacht already.
Few lads on that site more than a tad excitable, hardly the opinion of a majority of level headed punters.
Mayo are favourites for Sundays final and their All Ireland odds have gone from 12/1 to now 7/1 so plenty of punters are laying their hard earned cash on Mayo.
I find that hard to believe. Surely Cakes forward roll onto the pitch in celebration in Tuam gives an indication of his confidence? Mentioned All Ireland semi final in post match interview too...

He also mentioned we ended up with a lot of 18 year-olds on the field by the end of the match, that five of our best players (including the star forward of the Inter AI Club finalists) are still sitting their Leaving Cert and arenít avaialble, that Ciaran Lennon the starting senior FF has a broken thumb, that our starting corner back is our due to a straight red and our best midfielder is likely out due to the cumulative effects of multiple concussions. Did he mention this is also our third championship match in 15 days?

The usual nonsense on GAABoard trying to pretend the opposition is overconfident, as if it grants any advantage when itís verfiably not the case.
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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #281 on: June 13, 2018, 03:21:14 PM »
Ros 1/1, Rhus 8/11.
Senior Ros 5/2 Herrins 4/9.
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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #282 on: June 13, 2018, 04:57:19 PM »
Ros 1/1, Rhus 8/11.
Senior Ros 5/2 Herrins 4/9.
So 6/1 for the Ros double. Anyone tempted?

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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #283 on: June 13, 2018, 05:21:08 PM »
Ros 1/1, Rhus 8/11.
Senior Ros 5/2 Herrins 4/9.
So 6/1 for the Ros double. Anyone tempted?
Its tempting, Roscommon U20s having to play 3 times in 3 weeks could be their downfall however as players at that age don't have the conditioning work done. Why is the Connacht championship ran off in a short space of time? the All Ireland semi finals aren't on until mid July.


Thanks Syferus for spotting the small typo.
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Re: Connacht Minor, U-20 and Junior championships 2018
« Reply #284 on: June 13, 2018, 05:24:51 PM »
Ros 1/1, Rhus 8/11.
Senior Ros 5/2 Herrins 4/9.
So 6/1 for the Ros double. Anyone tempted?
Its tempting, Roscommon U20s having to play 3 times in 3 days could be their downfall however as players at that age don't have the conditioning work done. Why is the Connacht championship ran off in a short space of time? the All Ireland semi finals aren't on until mid July.

Jesus JP is really trying to do us in..