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General discussion / Re: Teachers get it handy!
« on: August 20, 2017, 08:47:40 PM »
2 weeks for the big dog here!!!!!!!!! WOOF WOOF WOOF

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 19, 2017, 02:08:21 PM »
Has there been a media release about this?

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 15, 2017, 02:23:39 AM »
Memories of the opening round of the Championship 2017

If you remember I did one of these about 4/5 years ago and due to huge popular demand it’s back............... (Drici was waiting on this for a long time, he actually PMed me to show his gratitude). I’ve had a lot of free time on my hands recently, the reason being I’m doing feck all.......

      

 “Hi lad, can you do me a £20 accum on Loup, Ballinascreen, Glenullin, Ballinderry, Slaughtneil and Coleraine, tis an £80 quid return” I texted my mate

“No probs” came the reply

I awoke late. I was travelling a lot on Saturday from different parts of Ireland so I had a lie in; I missed mass. As I came downstairs, my mum didn’t ask me about being late for the ’10 O’Clock’ and I didn’t want to tell a lie to her - so there was a mutual respect between us. We both feared getting different answers; the joys of being back home. Me Da came wondering in then returning from the ’11 O’Clock’ up the road (When ye live in the big smoke, ye have the choice of masses in a not-so-far-away chapel, up the city!!!!!!!!) He didn’t ask why I wasn’t at mass either – Theticklemister 2, parents 0. Toast was the only thing available in the house for breakfast, not great for a feast of championship football, but 4 slices did the job (I would live to regret this later).

It was Me Da’s turn to drive, so in his new car (which was 12 years old) we collected our other passenger not so far away. We passed the local chapel and me head went down so I wouldn’t make eye contact with the oul lad; it worked.

Free from guilt............ until next Sunday.

In came Mr. £%^$” into the car and off we went, a quick stop at Tescos in the ‘Wateryside’ for a charging lead was the only pause in our journey to Draperstown City. A lot of discussion about the potential team ensued on the journey down and we were 95% correct upon arrival. We were confident of victory. We took the back roads down past Benedy and enjoyed in the wonderful views. Old stories were brought back up of how Craigbane came into existence in the early 70s and how the hell they kept going with a sparse population. Another one was told of the existence of a small dedicated monument to Republican Volunteers of yesteryear situated in the Benedy area. It couldn’t be found.

We travelled on and Ballinascreen City was seen on the horizon. We pulled into the carpark opposite the church and off we went to the pitch. I have been at this pitch a number of times before as a waen, but this time I actually playing on it for St.Patrick’s Pennyburn a few years later, under the great guidance of the late, Brid Kelly McElroy - Brid took us down there to compete against the ‘culchies’ for a primary school blitz. Brid was a fantastic GAA gael. Born in the ‘Bog’, she stuffed the GAA down our throats and by feck, she made no apologies for it (editor’s note - and thank feckin heavens for that). She later became Chairperson of Steelstown GAC in the ‘90s. Unfortunately, cancer took her in 1998 and my last time seeing her was on a wheelchair in Celtic Park at the Derry final between Lavey and Bellaghy. She was behind the goal at the changing room area, loving the culture and sport which she enshrined in many people at the school and club. She passed on a month later in October and memory is remembered in the pitch which is named after her. I can’t remember how we did in the blitz, but we swore we travelled 8 hours that day to some distant land and we had a great day out. Farewell Brid.

We entered the chapel-side of the ground, beside the ‘new’ clubhouse area. I quickly raced back to buy a wordpad in the shop to take some notes   - as I’m a bit of a GAA geek- and I then got into the ground. A quick £1 to the ticket seller and I scurried along to the stand before throw-in. The stand was packed in blue and yellow, a lot of faces which I have never seen before – a wonderful sight. It shows the club has grown and by feck I was never as happy to see as many people as I didn’t know before. I’ve been away on foreign shores and don’t get to see my club as much as I want to. It’s growing. I use to know every person who shouted

‘ ‘ Mon Steelstown’

Not anymore.

The game threw in and ourselves and ‘Dawson tangled with each other for the opening 30 minutes without much difference. The second half Castledawson pulled away and played the better football to deservedly win. No complaints. I was thinking I should have went to mass earlier in the morn, but............... unfortunately I didn’t. I followed last year’s final through twitter sitting at the end of a bar, a double whiskey went down me throat on the 59 minute mark.  I was cheering on the lads in 2010 from the sideline, when your man Ciaran *&*%* - wait that’s too obvious- we will go with *&*&* Brolly, made a few ‘strange’ decisions. A few double whiskeys went down that night too.
In bad humour, we stayed for the Ballinderry v Claudy game. To be fair to Claudy, they competed well for the opening 20 minutes; but the class of Ballinderry proved in the end. They look on a mission this year, so I have been told by a mate of mine (Slaughtneil could stop that in two weeks time however). We decided to leave just after the half-time as Claudy’s brave efforts were beginning to wane – not before getting a lovely box of chips from the classy ladies in the Ballinascreen kitchen. A great bunch of girls altogether.
Walking out the gate we met a couple of lads from Greenlough

"How did youse do?" I asked

"f**k sure we were up by 10 and they came back and nearly beat us" came the reply

"Well done, yer doing well this year" came my positive response.

It was 5:13pm, the games in Owenbeg didn’t commence until 6:15pm. An hour and 2 minutes -the chance of a pint hung in the balance, when suddenly a voice came from the back seat

"Any chance of getting a bite to eat?"

"f**k!" I said, the chance of a pint evaporated.

We made our way to Dungiven town and the traffic was beginning to build up. We pulled in beside Skippers and ignored our usual stop of Brians. I took over control of the vehicle as the others didn’t know what they wanted. I ventured up to turn at the bus stop with McReyonld’s on the side making it a more inviting stop. Down I returned and pulled opposite Skippers. The queue was getting fierce as the South Derry lads were arriving en-mass. I stuck on the radio to listen to the aftermath of the hurling, but me Da’s car refused to acknowledge the position of the radio dial.

“f**k it!” came my reply.

I looked out the window and there were the two aforementioned Greenlough crawling past in the traffic.

“Alright lads!” I shouted towards them.

No reply came.

On the plus side, my two ‘passengers’ emerged from Skippers and we were ready for Owenbeg.

“f**k there was some queue in there” came their arrival into the car.

“That's why we normally go to Brians” came my response.

Less than 5 minutes later we arrived at Owenbeg.

“Drive on into the ground” said me Da.

“Yeah” came from behind me.

In I went. Greeted by a few lads from various clubs who we welcomed; greeted by the R.U.C. which we did not welcome - we parked the car and made our way to the stand. We were expecting an easy win for Slaughtneil, but by God Swatragh played well.

“They’ll soon fade” came one remark from not so far away. But they didn’t.

Conor McAtamney is a class act. By feck he is some footballer. He glides through the pitch as if he is skating on ice. He scored the goal to put them ahead with 10 minutes to go. I took a picture of the scoreboard and sent it to one of my best mates in Birmingham.

“You’re going to win!”

Swatragh then lost. I am a terrible jinx.

Slaughtneil took control in the closing stages to a flattering 6 point victory. Slaughtneil, are a great club, on and off the field. They gathered 100s of jerseys for the ‘GAA Jersey for Palestine’ Campaign and in Oliver McCusker, they have a tremendous secretary who wanted to do more for the same cause to help the most unfortunate. The Tuesday before playing the All-Ireland Club Hurling Semi-Final, they paused with the ‘GAA Jerseys for Palestine’ Flag during a training session in Celtic Park, to show solidarity with those in a tortured land. A few days earlier in Slaughtneil when they handed over the jerseys, Oliver said

“We understand the suffering of those people, anything we can do more to help, let us know. We in Slaughtneil understand what they are going through." 

But I didn’t want them to win, such is the case when the underdog is about, but they did and I’ll cheer them on when they play again.

We expected fireworks in the second game.

Will Coleraine’s powder be kept dry with their non-playing Derry contingent? Will Magherafelt’s underage promise finally develop? The stand was ‘dubh le daoine’ and opposite, the terrace was half-full. A close game expected................. but was it f**k.

 Coleraine led Magherafelt on a merry dance and the huge crowd felt pity on the Magherafelt defence as the McGoldricks were in ‘some’ form. Half-time came and I went to get some tea. I had only euros on me and I asked the nice lady

“Do you take euros?”

“No” came the reply. I returned to my seat with nothing to show for my efforts.

“Where’s the tea?” was asked

“Your girl wouldn’t take euros” I said

“For fucksake” came the response from the pair, in a delicate harmony.

Credit to the oul lad, me da went up and got the merchandise and returned to welcome applause.

Coleraine went onto blitz Magherafelt and should have killed the game within 5 minutes of the second half. They then began to toy with them. They took pity on their South Derry opponents. The game was over before it started, so my mind began to wander. Charlie Bonner was in front of me. The great Na Magha gael and steward, who does excellent work for the County, had to sort out a fight between a couple of youngsters in the corner. He returned 30 seconds later, mission accomplished. My mind came back to the game. Ciaran McGoldrick was on the ball – same story, dancing around the Magherafelt defence.

“GREAT TO SEE!!!!” I thought.

See here’s the craic: I grew up playing underage within the North/South divide and still have a wee (big) bit of hatred for those SOUTH DERRY -superior-thinking-better-than-us-in- the -north- GAELS. ‘Mon Coleraine. My first year of Senior football, Eoghan Rua were struggling at Junior, playing in the university grounds, they have come on well. Fair play to them. 

Alas, we decided to leave a second game of the day early to see if we could catch the hurling on the Sunday Game. It said 10:00 on me Da’s car when we got in, but me Da’s car is an hour fast; so it meant 9.  30 minutes to get back home, for 9:30 throw-in.

The weekend of ‘great’ football did not come to pass. My other 'team'down the country did exceptionally well in the second half on Saturday (on a different matter altogether), but the fare all day on Sunday was poor. The Championship intensity was lacking in each game.
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Anyway, returning to the start of these ramblings, my bet failed.


“Here’s £20 quid” I said my mate on Monday morning.

“Take, it back; I forgot to do it” came his response.

All well, the weekend could have been worse.
   

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 14, 2017, 11:22:11 AM »
Intermediate Championship 1st Round
Castledawson 2-10 v 1-08 Steelstwon

The ‘Castledawson Curse’ came back to haunt an out of sorts Steelstown team on Sunday in Ballinascreen, to send them packing out of the Championship in the first round. The city side had fallen to Intermediate final defeats to the lillywhites last year and in 2010 – something that still irk the Brian Ogs club. Unlike the previous games however, Steelstown can have no complaints about this scoreline – they were second best throughout – and with the omission of the backdoor this year’s Championship, they will have a lot of time on their hands to lick their wounds until next season comes around.

Steelstown arrived to this game in good spirits. They were a whisker away from promotion having been beaten by Newbridge two weeks ago by a single point, and were playing attractive, quick football. They were many people’s favourites to see off Castledawson and have a tilt at Championship glory –unfortunately, this would not come to pass, as Castledawson continued their end of season league form, to run out deserved winners.

Steelstown opened the scoring when Paul Ferris converted a free from 30 metres out after being fouled himself. Niall McNicholl replied for Castledawson soon after, when he converted from a dead ball after Jordan Shivers was hauled down. These were the only scores within the first 8 minutes, as the two sides seemed rusty at best with mislaid passes and poor decision –making aplenty; Steelstown being the most culpable. Brian Ogs did begin to settle however and Ferris knocked over his second score of the game, after Emmett Deane disposed Shivers who was coming out of defence with the ball, to feed the corner forward to take a simple score. The lead was stretched out to 2 points a minute later, when Kevin Lindsay broke up field, played a one-two with Gareth Logue, to fire over from 40 metres out on the right to rapturous applause from the large city support. Meanwhile, McNicholl was beginning to standout for the men in white. He scored two consecutive points, both of them sublime efforts. Firstly, he galloped up the field to fist over from 10 metres out and his equalising score was the result of an excellent team move which he ended by rocketing over from 45 metres out.   This was a strange game of football, devoid of any championship intensity. With the removal of a second chance in defeat, this was expected to be a ‘no holds bar’ game of football; players on the edge, dared-not to get dumped out from the championship – it was far from it however. Players raced through unopposed, passes were not finding their men and shot selection was poor. Whoever would make less mistakes in the remaining three quarters of the game, would emerge victorious. At this stage of the match, neither team seemed capable of doing this, but Steelstown signalled their intent with an example how football can be such a simple game. A long kickout by Martin Dunne was fielded by Seb Crudden unopposed, who in turn fed Ferris, who registered his third score of game – two kicks and a score - simple. The only problem was, Steelstown could not do this on a consistent basis and found the irrepressible Niall Keenan an unmovable rock in the ‘Dawson defence. The County player was one of the few Derry players to emerge with any credit from a disastrous League and Championship campaign and he showed once again why he looks an exciting prospect with an uncanny sense of positioning where the ball seemed attracted to him. It was Keenan who helped begin an attack which resulted in the first goal of the game. He got the ball onto McNicholl, who in turn passed to substitute Aidan McElhone and his quick hands found the onrushing Aidy Bradley who fired the ball beyond Dunne in the Steelstown goal. It was a sweet major, orchestrated through the quick hands and intelligent running of the Castledawson forward unit. The lack of any meaningful challenge however, from any Steelstown defender, made their task a lot easier. In the lead up to the goal, Logue, tripped the influential McNicholl and he saw the line in the form of a black card to be replaced by Ryan Devine. Steelstown rallied however and hit two points, one from Ferris and second one from Neil Forrester, after an injection of his customary pace; before a ‘free’ was converted from Paddy Henry, after Darragh McFarland went in high on the classy Bradley to leave the score at half-time, Castledawson 1-04 to Steelstown’s 5 points.

The game was there to be won by either side and whoever could raise the pace and intensity of their play would be the favourites, and it was Castledawson. Straight from the throw-in, they began with purpose and in truthful should have been out of sight. Subsitutite McElhone was having a great impact on proceedings since his entry, and it was he who smashed the O’Neills off the bar when the goal was at his mercy, after fantastic work by Bradley. Sixty seconds later, Dunne had to smother a goalbound effort from Connor Taggert and from the resulting ‘45’, the rangy Rian Connery pinged the ball over the bar. ‘Dawson added another point from the resulting kickout, after Ryan Scott, who had just been introduced, scored with his first touch of the ball after being left all alone on the ‘45’. The Castledawson onslaught failed to cease, when Connery after starting the initial move, which involved Bradley and Kieran O’Kane, was on the end of it, to fire over the bar. Steelstown finally got on the scoreboard for the first time after the break, when after good hands from sub Andy Moore, let the rampaging Deane slice his way through the St.Malachy’s defence, and when a goal seemed on, he blasted over to leave the score after 45 minutes, Castledawson 1-07, Steelstown 0-07. For all the domination the lilywhites shown in the opening exchanges of the half, there was only a goal in it and this was narrowed to 2 points, when Mark Foley, who was having a quiet game, finally found space to swing his trusty left at the ball to score from 35 metres out on the right into the scoreboard end. Castledawson however smelt the scent of a Steelstown fightback and went out to douse the flames and did so with two kick points from Bradley who was having a cracking game from wing-forward and the second from McElhone, whose physical presence was causing Steelstown a lot of heartache. The big man took the ball down, turned one way and then the other way, to place over from 20 metres out.  Brian Ogs however would not go away that easy. Most of their link play was of poor fare, but finally they got their act together and it resulted in a goal after 50 minutes. Deane manufactured it. Another barnstorming run from the number 10 caused panic in the Castledawson defence, and he fed an unmark Shane O’Connor who popped up from cornerback, but his shot was saved before Ruairi McKeever somehow managed to palm the ball into the net. The Castledawson defence remonstrated that the ball did not cross the line, but the referee give it and the score read Castledawson 1-09, Steelstown 1-08 with less than 10 minutes to go – game on! How would Castledawson react? In typical fashion. They won a free when McElhone was hauled to the ground, Henry easily converted, before McElhone goaled to end the game as a contest. A long balled was gathered by the robust McElhone who fed Taggert but his shot on goal was blocked,  and it rebounded into the grateful hands of Elhone, who fired home. That was it, game over. A late red card by Ryan Devine during a melee compounded their grief, as the game finished Castledawson 2-10 v 1-08 Steelstown.

This was not a game for the purists, but the rugged Castledawson outfit seen it out through seasoned campaigners Niall McNicholl, Aidan McElhone, Declan Lavery, Aidy Bradley and Paddy Henry. When one of those players didn’t shine in a certain stage of the game, another one took up the mantle. Steelstown on the other hand seemed disjointed. Their play was not fluid with poor passing throughout. They have been shooting the lights this season, something which they are not typically renowned for, but on Sunday they seemed in shock and couldn’t get ball to their forwards as smoothly as they have been.

Castledawson enter the quarter-final stage of the championship now, where they will play Slaughtmanus on Saturday 26th August.

Catledawson: Dara Shivers; Ryan Kennedy, Niall Kennan, Brian Ludlow; Rian Connery (0-02, 1 ‘45’), Paddy Henry (0-02, 2f), Jordan Shivers; Declan Lavery, Niall McNicholl (0-3, 1f); Aidy Bradley (1-01), Ruairi Shivers, Kieran O’Kane; Connor Taggert, Odhran Mullan, Luke Doyle

Subs used: Aidan McElhone (1-01) for Shivers (16 mins) Ryan Scott (0-01) for Mullan (35 mins) Tony Gallagher for Luke Doyle (60 mins)

Steelstown: Martin Dunne; Diarmuid Baker, Kevin Lindsay (0-01) , Shane O’Connor; Neil Forrester (0-01), Liam Heffernan, Darragh McFarland; Darren McDaid, Seb Crudden; Emmett Deane (0-01), Gareth Logue, Ruairi McKeever (1-00); Eoghan Bradley, Mark Foley (0-01), Paul Ferris (0-04, 1f)

Subs used: Andrew Moore for McFarland (36 mins), Stephen McCauley for Crudden (48 mins), Ryan McCloskey for Moore (48 mins), Jacob Duffy for Deane (55 mins)
Black Card Ryan Devine for Logue (15 mins)
Red Card: Devine (60 mins)

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 14, 2017, 09:20:56 AM »
Bellaghy's league and championship results in recent years have been shocking.  would they average 5 wins per year in the last few years?
Dont worry, TFAL, says them under 14s from a few years ago are getting older

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 13, 2017, 10:38:03 PM »
Heard swatragh Slaughtneil game got the crowd going a bit

Well if your leading the All-Ireland club finalists by a point with 15 minutes, and called as no hopers before the game; you'd expect a bit more from your supporters.

Feck, I love watching McAtamney play. Class act

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 13, 2017, 10:10:43 PM »
Lads, as someone mentioned earlier; what you think about the lack of atmosphere today? I was at 4 games and not much excitement.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 13, 2017, 09:02:27 PM »
I seen more feckin peelers in Owenbeg tonight than magherafelt defenders

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 08, 2017, 06:35:40 PM »
Some championship previews today in the county post. Great reading.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 07, 2017, 11:36:17 AM »
How can a square ball interfere with a point being given?

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 06, 2017, 05:41:37 PM »
Swatragh win

Banagher down

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 06, 2017, 03:06:34 PM »
I was sitting right in line with it. Ben McCarron gave it short and McWilliams hit it with the outside of the boot to fire over. The nearest umpire ran to award a point and "shit himself" at last minute and looked over to his comrade for confirmation. He was bust running to retrieve the ball and wasn't paying attention.

Thereafter, the lineman radioed the referee and it was disallowed. Referee blew whistle from resulting kickout to avoid Sligo and having a chance of equalising point and causing a potential "embarrassment". I feel more time could have been added on.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 06, 2017, 02:07:46 AM »
First time I seen the minors in action; bar tv highlights. As your man said, there was a lot of room afforded the Sligo attack in the opening half.  25 players were in the Sligo half of the field in the opening 30 minutes; this left room for Sligo to either break; or leave room for their potent attack. Derry management failed to plug this hole, which could have proved costly.

Their intensity improved thereafter and they probably deserved the victory. Callum Brown yet again proved what an excellent footballer he is. Mind watching him 3/4 years ago for Limavady against us and he ran the show.

What a display by "Red" for Sligo. I throughly enjoyed it, even though it was for the opposition.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: August 05, 2017, 02:41:24 AM »
Neal Carlin Cup Final

Glack 1-15 v 2-05 Sean Dolans

Glack blew Sean Dolans out of the water in the opening minutes of the second-half, to capture the Neal Carlin Cup and set them up nicely for the opening of the Championship next week. The O’Connors racked up 5 points inside the same number of minutes of the second interval, to put the game beyond the Creggan side. Furthermore, Glack outscored their opponents 10 points to 1-01 after the break, to demonstrate their dominance.

The game began with a number of missed opportunities, as both sides missed easy chances – Glack being the most guilty. In ironic circumstances, the opening score was simply majestic. It arrived from the boot of Niall McGowan, when he hit a perfectly executed sideline ball from 45 metres out. Dolans replied through Mark O’Kane as he pointed from 14 metres out, when a goal seemed to be on the cards. Glack again took the lead when Adam O’Kane showed Sean O’Donnell a clean pair of heels, to fire over. The Ballykelly side extended their lead through a Ryan Morgan ‘free’, before a fine effort from Kevin Nixon as he was falling over, reduced the gap to 1 point. An early substitution for Glack, concerned that they weren’t getting as much out of their midfield as they should be, saw the introduction of Kieran McIntyre. The Liverpool student made an instant impact, as he broke a tackle to race through the middle to split the posts with a fine effort, to leave Glack leading by 4 points to 2. Sean Dolans began to settle however as Alan Grant managed to get himself on the ball more often, and they were rewarded.  Nixon broke free from the half-forward line and hand-passed the ball to O’Kane, and the diminutive forward managed to strike the ball ‘through the eye of the needle’ to fire Sean Dolans into the lead for the first time.  Jimmy O’Connor and Pol Melaugh, hit points for Glack and Dolans respectively, before a fine team move for Glack involving the excellent Martin McGonigle and Morgan resulted in the ball landed to the hands of Adam O’Kane; to fire the ball into the Dolans net. It was a dagger through the heart of the city men. They had been as good as  Glack in the preceding 28 minutes, but this goal seemed to deflate them. This was clearly evident in the second half. The score read Glack 1-05 v 1-04 as the players regressed  to the changing room.

Glack kicked on from their late goal in the first half, to register a flurry of points in the second-half from which Dolans never recovered from. They stretched their lead out to 6 points and that was it as a contest for the reminder of the game, as both teams played out the remainder of the game with the inevitable result well-known.  Glack added another 6 scores, sandwiched between a solidarity free by O’Kane for Dolans - the pick of them being two fine efforts from long range from the boots of Niall McGowan and Morgan – to finish the game in Glack’s favour. A late goal by Pol Melaugh  - now stationed at the edge of the square for Dolans- put a bit of gloss on the scoreboard, but couldn’t hide from the fact that Dolans were second best, to leave the final score Glack 1-15 v 2-05 Sean Dolans. Edward McLaughlin, who had a fine game at full back for Glack, lifted the Neil Carlin cup from County Chairman Brian Smith, to wild applause from the travelling support.

Both side’s attention will now look towards the championship next week,  as Sean Dolan’s play Ogra Colmcille, while Glack play Doire Colmcille. Both sides feel they can give this a rattle, only time will tell.
 
Glack
James McLaughlin; Ryan O’Kane, Edward McLaughlin; Tomas O’Kane, Martin McGonigle (0-01, ‘45’), Ciaran McBrien; Aaron Moore (0-01) , Adam O’Kane (1-00); Niall McGowan (0-03, 1sl)  Jimmy O’Connor (0-02), Ryan Morgan (0-05, 3f);  Adam O’Kane (0-01) , Cormac Boyle
Subs used: Paul King (0-01), Kieran McIntyre (0-01), Evin King, Sean McNicholl, Ronan O’Kane

Sean Dolans
Dave McGilloway; Gary Fisher, Sean O’Donnell;  Caoimhin Thompson, Eamon McGinley, Rory McGurk;  Pol Melaugh (1-02, 2f) , Alan Grant; Caolan McCusker, Joe Gallagher; Mark O’Kane (1-02, 1f), Kevin Nixon (0-01)
Subs used: Geraroid McDermott, Ryan McLaughlin, Ryan McCloskey

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GAA Discussion / Re: Scór
« on: August 03, 2017, 11:02:13 AM »
Loved the Scor!!!

My highlights were
- Getting to the Ulster Final in Quiz but only getting 2 questions correct.
- Doing a few tunes with the chords and notes in front of us.
- Singing Aidan McAnespie and forgetting the words and shouting "For fucksake" over the microphone.

It seems to have got a new lease of life in Derry in reason times. There are regional finals to qualify for the county final.

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