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« Reply #35745 on: September 14, 2017, 12:24:47 PM »
Derrylaughan recorded an expected victory last night, they look like a side that will challenge.  Saying that they face Eglish/Stewartstown in the QF which will be a real test of their credentials.  Their forward line looks sharp and a defence that holds a team to 4 points in 60mins cant be bad either.  They will face tougher tests.  I haven't seen bookies odds but who are the favourites for the intermediate championship?
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« Reply #35746 on: September 14, 2017, 12:25:48 PM »
Derrylaughan recorded an expected victory last night, they look like a side that will challenge.  Saying that they face Eglish/Stewartstown in the QF which will be a real test of their credentials.  Their forward line looks sharp and a defence that holds a team to 4 points in 60mins cant be bad either.  They will face tougher tests.  I haven't seen bookies odds but who are the favourites for the intermediate championship?

Did Brian Kennedy get a straight red card last night just at the end....

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« Reply #35747 on: September 14, 2017, 01:16:35 PM »
Derrylaughan recorded an expected victory last night, they look like a side that will challenge.  Saying that they face Eglish/Stewartstown in the QF which will be a real test of their credentials.  Their forward line looks sharp and a defence that holds a team to 4 points in 60mins cant be bad either.  They will face tougher tests.  I haven't seen bookies odds but who are the favourites for the intermediate championship?

Did Brian Kennedy get a straight red card last night just at the end....


Yes, he got a straight red in injury time. There was an off the ball incident and the ref black carded the Castlederg number 15. But the linesman signaled to the ref and after a bit of discussion he showed both men straight reds. I believe it was for striking.
Very silly on Kennedy's part to strike deep into injury time with a 10 point lead and a place in the quarter final waiting.

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« Reply #35748 on: September 14, 2017, 02:27:20 PM »
Derrylaughan recorded an expected victory last night, they look like a side that will challenge.  Saying that they face Eglish/Stewartstown in the QF which will be a real test of their credentials.  Their forward line looks sharp and a defence that holds a team to 4 points in 60mins cant be bad either.  They will face tougher tests.  I haven't seen bookies odds but who are the favourites for the intermediate championship?

Did Brian Kennedy get a straight red card last night just at the end....


Yes, he got a straight red in injury time. There was an off the ball incident and the ref black carded the Castlederg number 15. But the linesman signaled to the ref and after a bit of discussion he showed both men straight reds. I believe it was for striking.
Very silly on Kennedy's part to strike deep into injury time with a 10 point lead and a place in the quarter final waiting.



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« Reply #35749 on: September 14, 2017, 02:34:04 PM »
Anyone any idea when fixtures for the following weekend (Quarter Final weekend) will be released? I would've hoped that the QFs that are fixed at the minute would be in place to allow lads a chance to book time off work etc.

I think there are are 8 definitive ties so surely a schedule for these could be in place.

For example;

Fri Night
Aghyaran v Eskra
Owen Roes v Fintona

Sat afternoon
CNG v Drumquin
Clonoe v Pomeroy

Sat Evening
Clogher v Brocagh
Coalisland v Trillick

Sunday With 2 x other double headers to complete the weekend
Tatts v Derrytresk
Moy v Cookstown

absolutely ridiculous fixtures havent been released yet when teams know they are up again in the championship in a weeks time...

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« Reply #35750 on: September 14, 2017, 02:51:49 PM »
Derrylaughan recorded an expected victory last night, they look like a side that will challenge.  Saying that they face Eglish/Stewartstown in the QF which will be a real test of their credentials.  Their forward line looks sharp and a defence that holds a team to 4 points in 60mins cant be bad either.  They will face tougher tests.  I haven't seen bookies odds but who are the favourites for the intermediate championship?

Did Brian Kennedy get a straight red card last night just at the end....


Yes, he got a straight red in injury time. There was an off the ball incident and the ref black carded the Castlederg number 15. But the linesman signaled to the ref and after a bit of discussion he showed both men straight reds. I believe it was for striking.
Very silly on Kennedy's part to strike deep into injury time with a 10 point lead and a place in the quarter final waiting.


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« Reply #35751 on: September 14, 2017, 03:39:55 PM »
Anyone any idea when fixtures for the following weekend (Quarter Final weekend) will be released? I would've hoped that the QFs that are fixed at the minute would be in place to allow lads a chance to book time off work etc.

I think there are are 8 definitive ties so surely a schedule for these could be in place.

For example;

Fri Night
Aghyaran v Eskra
Owen Roes v Fintona

Sat afternoon
CNG v Drumquin
Clonoe v Pomeroy

Sat Evening
Clogher v Brocagh
Coalisland v Trillick

Sunday With 2 x other double headers to complete the weekend
Tatts v Derrytresk
Moy v Cookstown

I would agree with you here, can't understand why junior teams haven't been let know yet.
You're some craic thinking OWEN ROES V FINTONA would be the main event in your example  ;D

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I was wondering would anyone pull me on that!
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« Reply #35752 on: September 14, 2017, 03:41:26 PM »
id say moy v cookstown and pomeroy v clonoe will be on together probably in edendork.

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« Reply #35753 on: September 14, 2017, 04:07:41 PM »
Talking to an Ardboe man last night they are quietly confident that they can take Omagh.... he thinks Loughmacrory pitch is just the correct size for Ardboes style of play and will also take some space away from Omagh....
Just the correct size?
Not too big or not too small !
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« Reply #35754 on: September 14, 2017, 04:38:08 PM »
Talking to an Ardboe man last night they are quietly confident that they can take Omagh.... he thinks Loughmacrory pitch is just the correct size for Ardboes style of play and will also take some space away from Omagh....
Just the correct size?
Not too big or not too small !
Omagh  by 3


I think he meant he would not want to be playing on a bigger pitch...

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« Reply #35755 on: September 14, 2017, 05:00:11 PM »
well I was chatting to an omagh man who said the pitch was just the right shape for them to win this match.

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« Reply #35756 on: September 14, 2017, 05:04:34 PM »
id say moy v cookstown and pomeroy v clonoe will be on together probably in edendork.

I have to say I find Edendork a terrible venue for a match - too open to the elements and there is little atmosphere created during games due to the vastness of the terrace.

Surely Senior championship games should be played at venues with a bit a shelter for the patrons - I can think of 10 better venues:

Pomeroy
Omagh
Carmen
Dungannon
Dumoyle
Killyclogher
Galbally
Augher
Loughmacrory
Coalisland
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #35757 on: September 14, 2017, 05:49:21 PM »
id say moy v cookstown and pomeroy v clonoe will be on together probably in edendork.

I have to say I find Edendork a terrible venue for a match - too open to the elements and there is little atmosphere created during games due to the vastness of the terrace.

Surely Senior championship games should be played at venues with a bit a shelter for the patrons - I can think of 10 better venues:

Pomeroy
Omagh
Carmen
Dungannon
Dumoyle
Killyclogher
Galbally
Augher
Loughmacrory
Coalisland

Dungannon? I wouldn't put cattle on that field. There's a 6 foot drop on the breath of the pitch.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #35758 on: September 14, 2017, 05:52:38 PM »
id say moy v cookstown and pomeroy v clonoe will be on together probably in edendork.

I have to say I find Edendork a terrible venue for a match - too open to the elements and there is little atmosphere created during games due to the vastness of the terrace.

Surely Senior championship games should be played at venues with a bit a shelter for the patrons - I can think of 10 better venues:

Pomeroy
Omagh
Carmen
Dungannon
Dumoyle
Killyclogher
Galbally
Augher
Loughmacrory
Coalisland

To that list you could add the following who have covered terracing;

Moy
Donaghmore
Greencastle
Kildress
Ardboe
Kileeshil
Trillick
Beragh
Fintona

Admittedly a few of them are not located centrally to accommodate games but I would travel the extra distance if it meant I was going to be sheltered...

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #35759 on: September 14, 2017, 09:25:20 PM »
well I was chatting to an omagh man who said the pitch was just the right shape for them to win this match.

We will see on Saturday who is right then...