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« Reply #36540 on: November 06, 2017, 01:08:38 PM »
Read a tweet last night that Moy have more all star awards (11) than any other Tyrone club and equal Errigal with 4 club members getting all stars. Does this stat show how much the club has underachieved over this past few years? Or as a small club are they punching above their weight. Can't make my mind up. Certainly when they had Mellon, Jordan, the 2 Cavanagh's and maybe even Holmes in the same team for a few years (although Holmes may not have played with Colm).

total/massively underachieved for the players they have had, especially at intermediate level. This is the first year they made it count, the senior semi a few years ago was down to a lucky draw.

In making that Senior Semi final in 2013 they Beat Killyclogher (2016 Champions) and Trillick (2015 Champions) so the draw wasn't particularly kind
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« Reply #36541 on: November 06, 2017, 01:12:46 PM »
White smoke expected in Ardboe very shortly.Cathal has decided on McGuigan's replacement.
Won't matter in any case,no balls=no cups.

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« Reply #36542 on: November 06, 2017, 01:31:53 PM »
Moy are in an ulster semi final now, and they should have done better before, but fair play to them this year they are pointing the right road and nobody could begrudge them it.

Absolutely, I hope Moy can go all the way, the reason for bringing the topic to the forum was a thought I had reading twitter, thinking Moy had some great players and this year is the 1st year they have stood up and been counted, 11 all stars, yes Jordan and Sean Cavanagh account for 9 of these is it but they have had other county representation.  There are greats that missed out (Jordan).  A lot of the other club all stars in Tyrone have Senior championships.

In no way was my question a dig at the club, I wish them every success in Ulster and hope they can push on.

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Jordan 4

Colm Cavanagh 1

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« Reply #36543 on: November 06, 2017, 01:38:26 PM »
Moy are in an ulster semi final now, and they should have done better before, but fair play to them this year they are pointing the right road and nobody could begrudge them it.

Absolutely, I hope Moy can go all the way, the reason for bringing the topic to the forum was a thought I had reading twitter, thinking Moy had some great players and this year is the 1st year they have stood up and been counted, 11 all stars, yes Jordan and Sean Cavanagh account for 9 of these is it but they have had other county representation.  There are greats that missed out (Jordan).  A lot of the other club all stars in Tyrone have Senior championships.

In no way was my question a dig at the club, I wish them every success in Ulster and hope they can push on.

Sean Cavanagh 5

Jordan 4

Colm Cavanagh 1

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Plunkett Donghy??

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« Reply #36544 on: November 06, 2017, 01:41:14 PM »
Moy are in an ulster semi final now, and they should have done better before, but fair play to them this year they are pointing the right road and nobody could begrudge them it.

Absolutely, I hope Moy can go all the way, the reason for bringing the topic to the forum was a thought I had reading twitter, thinking Moy had some great players and this year is the 1st year they have stood up and been counted, 11 all stars, yes Jordan and Sean Cavanagh account for 9 of these is it but they have had other county representation.  There are greats that missed out (Jordan).  A lot of the other club all stars in Tyrone have Senior championships.

In no way was my question a dig at the club, I wish them every success in Ulster and hope they can push on.

Sean Cavanagh 5

Jordan 4

Colm Cavanagh 1

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How could you forget Plunkett Donaghy - should have got more than 1 to be fair as well

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« Reply #36545 on: November 06, 2017, 01:43:14 PM »
Moy are in an ulster semi final now, and they should have done better before, but fair play to them this year they are pointing the right road and nobody could begrudge them it.

Absolutely, I hope Moy can go all the way, the reason for bringing the topic to the forum was a thought I had reading twitter, thinking Moy had some great players and this year is the 1st year they have stood up and been counted, 11 all stars, yes Jordan and Sean Cavanagh account for 9 of these is it but they have had other county representation.  There are greats that missed out (Jordan).  A lot of the other club all stars in Tyrone have Senior championships.

In no way was my question a dig at the club, I wish them every success in Ulster and hope they can push on.

Sean Cavanagh 5

Jordan 4

Colm Cavanagh 1

Who am i missing?

How could you forget Plunkett Donaghy - should have got more than 1 to be fair as well

Didnt realise Plunkett had one. Fine player he was too. Big Harry was better though  ;)
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« Reply #36546 on: November 06, 2017, 03:00:00 PM »
Plunkett had hands like shovels and feet like spades.   ;)
Great legendary figure in Tyrone GAA folklore, I always thought he had 2 all stars. 

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« Reply #36547 on: November 06, 2017, 03:15:42 PM »
Problem for Moy was always the supporting cast and in some years big Sean especially didn't put it in or may have picked up a knock with Tyrone. Should have done better in intermediate a couple of times especially the last time Kelly was in charge.
They will be up against a very good team in Newbridge this week. They have similarly underachieved in Derry and probably should not be playing at this level. If moy are to win they will need massive games from the Cavanaghs and Loughran.

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« Reply #36548 on: November 06, 2017, 04:03:19 PM »
White smoke expected in Ardboe very shortly.Cathal has decided on McGuigan's replacement.
Won't matter in any case,no balls=no cups.
Be no white smoke but could be more of a smoke screen especially when the nosey shopkeeper is involved, isn't that what happened last year via the puppets he had installed at his well organised AGM

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« Reply #36549 on: November 06, 2017, 04:12:21 PM »
White smoke expected in Ardboe very shortly.Cathal has decided on McGuigan's replacement.
Won't matter in any case,no balls=no cups.
Be no white smoke but could be more of a smoke screen especially when the nosey shopkeeper is involved, isn't that what happened last year via the puppets he had installed at his well organised AGM

Glad to see that McGuigan's newspaper article about in-house fighting seemed to be well off the mark going by you two critics.

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« Reply #36550 on: November 06, 2017, 04:20:38 PM »
A good few Ardboe men would be better going to Coagh United and the garrison games.They'd feel right at home in Coagh as the natives don't like the tricolour either.

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« Reply #36551 on: November 06, 2017, 04:25:25 PM »
Going on pure hearsay...I hear 1 of your younger starters is actually moving to a neighbouring club?? One with Coagh United players on it? What actually happened down the loughshore? I only read what was in the paper.

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« Reply #36552 on: November 07, 2017, 08:50:02 AM »
Going on pure hearsay...I hear 1 of your younger starters is actually moving to a neighbouring club?? One with Coagh United players on it? What actually happened down the loughshore? I only read what was in the paper.

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« Reply #36553 on: November 07, 2017, 08:52:34 AM »
Has anyone got a link to the McGuigan article? Sounds like an interesting read

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« Reply #36554 on: November 07, 2017, 03:05:15 PM »
Great win for our u16 team last night in Dromore to win the Grade 1 championship - played in auful conditions. Underage football in our club has been given huge time and effort this last 4/5 years - here’s hoping this can develop to senior level in the near future. It was mentioned last night that across both codes/ladies and mens- carmen has seen 20 underage titles grace the steps of Quinn’s corner!