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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #15 on: September 25, 2017, 03:30:06 PM »
Armagh IFC semis

Killeavy v St. Paul's
Silverbridge v Forkhill

JFC final
Corringshego v Ballyhegan/Cullyhanna II

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #16 on: September 26, 2017, 12:55:39 PM »
Is there an Ulster SFC Club thread?

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #17 on: October 01, 2017, 05:43:49 AM »
St. Nauls v Milford in Donegal IFC final.

Kilcar v Glenties in senior (Goath Dobhair, filled with county men, led by six against Glenties at the break but ended up losing by a point in their semi)

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #18 on: October 01, 2017, 06:19:38 PM »
Does every county have a different rule on what constitutes an intermediate team? Or is there some central guidance?

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #19 on: October 01, 2017, 06:28:36 PM »
Ballymachugh won junior in Cavan and Shercock intermediate.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #20 on: October 01, 2017, 07:34:49 PM »
Does every county have a different rule on what constitutes an intermediate team? Or is there some central guidance?

Discretionary per county

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #21 on: October 01, 2017, 07:36:54 PM »
Currin will be Monaghan’s representatives in the JFC..

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #22 on: October 01, 2017, 08:17:27 PM »
Does every county have a different rule on what constitutes an intermediate team? Or is there some central guidance?

There's probably junior teams in Dublin could compete in senior in some counties!

Just like a premier division team from Ireland isn't going to cut it in the English Premier League.

I would imagine in most counties is the X number of best teams player senior, next X teams intermediate and so on.

The standard will be influenced by playing population, underage development etc.

Not sure what central guidance there could be, beyond suggesting a common format for splitting the teams into the categories.

You can't really have some objective standard of what constitutes a team fit to play senior or intermediate level beyond the ranking system within the county itself.

I'm sure there are teams in the Armagh senior championship that would struggle elsewhere, despite the national dominance of Crossmaglen.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #23 on: October 03, 2017, 05:11:25 PM »
Tyrone IFC Moy v Derrylaughan

Tyrone JFC: Tattyreagh v Clogher

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #24 on: October 04, 2017, 01:38:39 PM »
2017 Ulster club IFC

15th October: First Round:


(a) 1. An Cabhán (Shercock) V 2. Doire (Newbridge)

28th / 29th October: Quarter Finals:

(b) 4. Ard Mhacha (Killeavy, Silverbridge) V 5. Dún na nGall (Milford, Naomh Naul)

(c) 6. Aontroim (Dunloy, St Brigid's) V 7. An Dún (Rostrevor, Annaclone)

(d) 8. Tír Eoghain (Moy, Derrylaughan) V 9. Muineachán (Carrickmacross, Aughnamullen)

(e) 3. Fear Manach (Belcoo) V (a) An Cabhán / Doire

If Fear Manach V An Cabhán at Fear Manach venue; If Doire V Fear Manach at Doire venue

12th November: Semi Finals:

(b  V  (c)

(d) V (e)

25th / 26th November: Final


2017 Ulster club JFC

15th October: First Round:


(a) 1. An Cabhán (Ballymachugh) V 2. Aontroim (Sarsfields)

28th / 29th October: Quarter Finals:

(b) 4. Ard Mhacha (Corrinshego, Ballyhegan) V 5. Doire (Doire Trasna, Limavady)

(c) 6. An Dún (Dundrum, Bright) V 7. Fear Manach (Belnaleck)

(d) 8. Tír Eoghain (Clogher/Tattyreagh) V 9. Muineachán (Currin)

(e) 3. Dún na nGall (Naomh Colmcille, Red Hughs) V (a) An Cabhán / Aontroim

If Dún na nGall V An Cabhán at Dún na nGall venue; If Aontroim V Dún na nGall at Aontroim venue

12th November: Semi Finals:

(b) v (c)

(d) V (e)

25th / 26th November: Final

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #25 on: October 04, 2017, 05:03:55 PM »
Does every county have a different rule on what constitutes an intermediate team? Or is there some central guidance?

There's probably junior teams in Dublin could compete in senior in some counties!

Just like a premier division team from Ireland isn't going to cut it in the English Premier League.

I would imagine in most counties is the X number of best teams player senior, next X teams intermediate and so on.

The standard will be influenced by playing population, underage development etc.

Not sure what central guidance there could be, beyond suggesting a common format for splitting the teams into the categories.

You can't really have some objective standard of what constitutes a team fit to play senior or intermediate level beyond the ranking system within the county itself.

I'm sure there are teams in the Armagh senior championship that would struggle elsewhere, despite the national dominance of Crossmaglen.

It just seems so arbitrary; some counties can dominate the intermediate club championship by having smaller numbers in their senior championship. Accept it's difficult to moderate though

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #26 on: October 09, 2017, 01:24:04 AM »
Milford beat St Nauls 2-11 to 0-12 in Donegal intermediate final. Close second half with Milford sealing it with last minute goal.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #27 on: October 09, 2017, 09:09:46 AM »
Does every county have a different rule on what constitutes an intermediate team? Or is there some central guidance?

There's probably junior teams in Dublin could compete in senior in some counties!

Just like a premier division team from Ireland isn't going to cut it in the English Premier League.

I would imagine in most counties is the X number of best teams player senior, next X teams intermediate and so on.

The standard will be influenced by playing population, underage development etc.

Not sure what central guidance there could be, beyond suggesting a common format for splitting the teams into the categories.

You can't really have some objective standard of what constitutes a team fit to play senior or intermediate level beyond the ranking system within the county itself.

I'm sure there are teams in the Armagh senior championship that would struggle elsewhere, despite the national dominance of Crossmaglen.

It just seems so arbitrary; some counties can dominate the intermediate club championship by having smaller numbers in their senior championship. Accept it's difficult to moderate though

The last 10 years of the IFC has thrown up winners from Down, Tyrone, Cavan, Derry, Fermanagh and Monaghan.


Arbitrary or not, that’s a wonderfully even spread and would suggest that most counties are entering teams at the same level.

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #28 on: October 09, 2017, 02:08:06 PM »
2017 Ulster club IFC

15th October: First Round:


(a) 1. An Cabhán (Shercock) V 2. Doire (Newbridge)

28th / 29th October: Quarter Finals:

(b) 4. Ard Mhacha (Killeavy, Silverbridge) V 5. Dún na nGall (Milford)

(c) 6. Aontroim (Dunloy, St Brigid's) V 7. An Dún (Rostrevor)

(d) 8. Tír Eoghain (Moy) V 9. Muineachán (Carrickmacross, Aughnamullen)

(e) 3. Fear Manach (Belcoo) V (a) An Cabhán / Doire

If Fear Manach V An Cabhán at Fear Manach venue; If Doire V Fear Manach at Doire venue

12th November: Semi Finals:

(b  V  (c)

(d) V (e)

25th / 26th November: Final


2017 Ulster club JFC

15th October: First Round:


(a) 1. An Cabhán (Ballymachugh) V 2. Aontroim (Sarsfields)

28th / 29th October: Quarter Finals:

(b) 4. Ard Mhacha (Ballyhegan) V 5. Doire (Doire Trasna, Limavady)

(c) 6. An Dún (Dundrum) V 7. Fear Manach (Belnaleck)

(d) 8. Tír Eoghain (Tattyreagh) V 9. Muineachán (Currin)

(e) 3. Dún na nGall (Naomh Colmcille, Red Hughs) V (a) An Cabhán / Aontroim

If Dún na nGall V An Cabhán at Dún na nGall venue; If Aontroim V Dún na nGall at Aontroim venue

12th November: Semi Finals:


(b) v (c)

(d) V (e)

25th / 26th November: Final

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Re: Ulster JFC/IFC Club 2017
« Reply #29 on: October 09, 2017, 03:20:02 PM »
Ballyhegan: Armagh junior champions!
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