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GAA Discussion / Re: Sigerson 2019
« on: January 16, 2019, 11:10:00 PM »
Jesus nuig would be dissapointed,I read somewhere they had 9 of last years team  that reached the final.Thera is no comer or Adam Gallagher(mayo) whatever happened him he was handy.As for mcdaid think he has taken a job in AiB bank.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Tg4 Allianz coverage 2019
« on: January 16, 2019, 12:45:31 AM »
That's what I was trying to do in the first place!!!😁

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GAA Discussion / Tg4 Allianz coverage 2019
« on: January 15, 2019, 11:16:14 PM »
Kicking off with dual coverage of the Division 1A hurling clash between Tipp and Clare, and the Division One football encounter between Connacht neighbours Mayo and Roscommon, other highlights of their Spring lineup include Dublin's trip to Kerry on February 9th and the Ulster heavyweight blockbuster between Tyrone and Monaghan on February 23rd.

The Lidl Ladies National Football League will also feature, with the Dub ladies looking to retain their Division One title. Their opener with Donegal will be beamed live, as will their Round 3 fixture with Mayo.

Welcome back lads and ladies - you've been missed!

TG4 GAA schedule
Friday 18 January

Dublin v Westmeath, Bord na Mona O’Byrne Cup Final, Live from Parnell Park.

Coverage begins at 7:55pm (Throw-in: 8pm)

Saturday 19 January

Armagh v Tyrone, Bank of Ireland Dr. McKenna Cup Football Final, Live from the Athletics Grounds.

coverage begins at 7:25pm (Throw-in: 7:30pm).

SUNDAY 20 JANUARY

AIB All Ireland Intermediate Club Football Semi-Fin

An Spidéal (Galway) v Naomh Éanna (Antrim)

Live from Páirc an Tailteann, Navan    Coverage begins at 1:55pm (throw-in: 2pm)

SUNDAY 27 JANUARY

Live:  Allianz Football League - Round 1 -  Monaghan v Dublin, Clones

Deferred:  Allianz Hurling League - Round 1 -  Wexford v Limerick, Innovate Wexford Park

SUNDAY 3 FEBRUARY


Live:  Allianz Hurling League - Round 2 -  Clare v Kilkenny

Deferred:  Allianz Hurling League - Round 2 -  Cork v Wexford

Deferred:  Allianz Football League - Round 2 -  Tyrone v Mayo

SATURDAY 9 FEBRUARY

AIB All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship Semi-Finals

3pm   St. Thomas' (Galway) v Ruairi Óg Cushendall (Antri

Live from Parnell Park, Dublin

5pm  Ballyhale Shamrocks (Kilkenny) v Ballygunner (Waterford)

Live from Semple Stadium, Thurles

Live on SportTG4 YouTube: AIB All Ireland Intermediate and Junior Club Football Finals, Live from Croke Park.

SUNDAY 10 FEBRUARY

Live:  Allianz Football League - Round 3 -  Monaghan v Galway, Inniskeen, 2pm


Deferred:  Allianz Football League - Round 3 -  Roscommon v Tyrone

Deferred:  Allianz Football League - Round 3 -  Match to be confirmed

Live on Sport TG4 YouTube: AIB All Ireland Intermediate and Junior Club Hurling Finals, Live from Croke Park

SATURDAY 16 FEBRUARY

AIB All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship Semi-Finals

1:30pm    Corofin (Galway) v Gaoth Dobhair (Donegal)

Live from Páirc Sean Mac Diarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon

3:30pm   Dr. Crokes (Kerry) v Mulllnalaghta St Columba’s (Longford)

Live from Semple Stadium, Thurles

Live on Sport TG4 YouTube:  All Ireland Scór na nÓg Finals, Live from TF Royal Theatre, Castlebar

SUNDAY 17 FEBRUARY

Live and deferred coverage from the Allianz Hurling League (Round 3) including Kilkenny Limerick, Wexford v Tipperary and Galway v Dublin.

 List of eir sport fixtures and on-air times

Date   Game                            Channel   
Jan 26   Tipperary v Clare   H           eir sport 1   18.30
Jan 26   Mayo v Roscommon   F   eir sport 2   18.30
Feb 2nd   Dublin v Donegal   LGFA   eir sport 1   16.30
Feb 2nd   Dublin v Galway   F           eir sport 1   18.30
Feb 2nd   Limerick v Tipperary   H   eir sport 2   18.30
Feb 9th   Kerry v Dublin   F           eir sport 1   18.00
Feb 9th   Mayo v Cavan   F           eir sport 2   18.55
Feb 16th   Cork v Clare   H           eir sport 1   19.00
Feb 23rd   Dublin v Mayo   LG   eir sport 1   16.30
Feb 23rd   Dublin v Mayo   F   eir sport 1   18.30
Feb 23rd   Tyrone v Monaghan   eir sport 2   18.55
March 2nd   Mayo v Galway   F   eir sport 1   19.00
March 2nd   Donegal v Armagh   eir sport 2   19.00
March 16th   Dublin v Tyrone   F   TBC   18.00
March 16th   Kerry v Mayo   F   TBC   18.00

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GAA Discussion / Re: FBD 2019
« on: January 14, 2019, 04:33:26 PM »
Danny Cummins still there,played in a friendly against tipp, last Sunday p.conroy back running but could be the latter part of the league,brannigan wont see any league action.

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GAA Discussion / Re: FBD 2019
« on: January 13, 2019, 09:27:58 PM »
Fbd final to be played in pearse stadium next Sunday. Thought it would go to tuam but the powers that be!!!

I thought the Connacht GAA weren't confirming the venue details until tomorrow?
You may well be right, a groundsman from pearse stadium that stated that,personally i thought it would be tuam

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GAA Discussion / Re: FBD 2019
« on: January 13, 2019, 08:46:02 PM »
Fbd final to be played in pearse stadium next Sunday. Thought it would go to tuam but the powers that be!!!

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GAA Discussion / Re: FBD 2019
« on: January 13, 2019, 06:55:25 PM »
For anyone interested the footballers will be in McGinn's woodquay this evening, celebrating another victory over the mayosters,sounds to me like they are really taking this fbd very seriously indeed!!😁😁

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GAA Discussion / Re: County Manager Merry go round
« on: September 04, 2018, 09:42:15 PM »
Syferus you will be glad to know Galway have enlisted a roscommon man kevin stricht to be new trainer instead of paddy tally.any info on him can't say I have heard of him before??

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GAA Discussion / Re: Mayo manager resigns - for defo.
« on: August 28, 2018, 10:33:13 PM »
I can see rochford taking a year out from management,possibly return to corofin to get another all ireland club title and then do a john o Mahoney and bring the holy grail back to Galway, now that would be the ultimate up yours to the mayo county board!!😁

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Galway beaten fair and square,dubs are not going to be beaten by Monahan or Tyrone but I do expect the final to be a closer affair than sat semi final.
i listened to mayo fans in wards hotel salthill earlier
 "oh mayo could get within a point of the dubs"
They could, did it make defeat "easier"!
Anyway my own theory is Galway looked a tired team,they have exceeded expectations in all fairness.
We have been reading as far back as feb the serious training Galway put in for the league and it showed with a league final showing running the dubs to 4Pts.
This over trained league team then went on to win the connacht championship.
Qualify for super 8s and reach a semi final all progress.
We are still short a centre back of calibre but the experience gained from this year's run is immeasurable.
Hopefully not as much effort needed to remain in div 1 next year and time our run like mayo in previous years to maybe get within a point of the dubs!!😁


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Was looking back at last year's final Jesus after such a bad start,mayo fairly came back at them I know mayo came up short but really showed when the press is on they are prone to mistakes like any other.Galway half back line nowhere as good as mayo so whether they can create the chances like mayo did remains to be seen.Galway have Been using the high press second half v ross and second half v kerry and "depress" v monaghan.im hoping it will be as tight as league final but would still have the dubs ahead by 5pts at the finish.

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Not a great outing for Galway, and on the injury front Kerin and Sean kelly Not looking too good.
Was in wards hotel after match, mixed views from former stalwarts,some saying we couldn't be that bad,others saying it was mind games,and the scariest one we are gone back to lateral play and slow build up.As said in an earlier post if Galway were not going all out for this game Shane Walsh would have been taken off at first sign of injury.lets hope it's a blip and give the dubs a good old rattle!

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Just listened to the GAA Hour on the drive home there and was surprised to hear that they were pretty much in agreement that Galway should rest players against Monaghan with an All-Ireland semi-final the following weekend. Their logic being that they are in the semi-finals already and shouldn't be bothered about avoiding Dublin as you're going to have to play them in either the semis or final anyway. Why risk all your top players in what is sure to be a hard hitting physical game against Monaghan with such a quick turnaround after. They compared it to having a league game with your club the weekend before a big championship match. Worst case scenario is Galway play their best side, lose the game to Monaghan anyway, pick up a few knocks and still have to face the Dubs who will likely have a low intensity glorified training session with Roscommon.

You’re going to get well bet no matter how rested or not rested Dublin are. The only question left is if you’ll last long enough to meet them, honestly.

Maybe roscommon can show us how to beat the dubs????

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So all to play for still.kerry at home to an out of it kildare so scoring difference will be a big plus for kerry who will end up with 3pts.
Galway are through on 4pts
Monaghan on 3pts need to draw or win against Galway it will be some battle.galway trying to avoid the dubs Monaghan fighting to stay in the c/ship.

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Well the dust has settled on what was a huge win for galway,the thoughts of "having" to go to Newbridge and get a result would not have sat well.They would prefer to get a result in Newbridge but at least have the cushion of a tough game at home v Monahan.As for yesterday I kept thinking kerry were going to explode to life,but full credit to Galway they chased everything and stopped kerry from playing, which is what they have done to mayo the last couple of years.Going forward it's a huge confidence boost,the loss of Conroy a blow but I believe the belief in themselves and their system will soar, how far it takes them is the big question.

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