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Title: All set for change
Post by: outback on October 30, 2014, 09:09:07 PM
A season nearly over
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: 5 Sams on October 30, 2014, 10:12:19 PM
What job are you goin for? ;)
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: 5 Sams on October 30, 2014, 10:19:23 PM
Sťamus Walsh gone after the 5 year rule. Genuinely decent man. Who's the runners and riders for the top job?
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: johnneycool on October 31, 2014, 08:48:46 AM
Sťamus Walsh gone after the 5 year rule. Genuinely decent man. Who's the runners and riders for the top job?

Is Sean O'g not retiring as well?

Paul Blaney favourite for the top job then?
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: PAULD123 on October 31, 2014, 09:09:12 AM
Sean Og has worked tirelessly. If he has gone then it will be hard to fill his shoes. There is a lot of work involved in his role
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: Aristo 60 on October 31, 2014, 09:20:37 AM
If he is on the money they say he is then any replacement on a similar salary should be expected to work as hard.
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: Mourne Rover on October 31, 2014, 06:45:51 PM
`And work he certainly does. William John Smyth would be
a solid choice.'


Rosskarr, is William John Smyth any relation to the vice chairman of the county board, William James Smyth ?
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: armaghniac on November 01, 2014, 07:27:02 PM
Sťamus Walsh gone after the 5 year rule. Genuinely decent man. Who's the runners and riders for the top job?

Is Sean O'g not retiring as well?

Paul Blaney favourite for the top job then?
A decent man alright but nothing really happened except a Christy Ring in Hurley.

At least Down are in Ulster's top three in Hurling.
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: 5 Sams on November 01, 2014, 08:45:18 PM
Sťamus Walsh gone after the 5 year rule. Genuinely decent man. Who's the runners and riders for the top job?

Is Sean O'g not retiring as well?

Paul Blaney favourite for the top job then?
A decent man alright but nothing really happened except a Christy Ring in Hurley.

At least Down are in Ulster's top three in Hurling.

And youse are in the top three in nothing ;) Sorry....I forgot....Peil na mBan :P
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: armaghniac on November 01, 2014, 09:20:09 PM
Sťamus Walsh gone after the 5 year rule. Genuinely decent man. Who's the runners and riders for the top job?

Is Sean O'g not retiring as well?

Paul Blaney favourite for the top job then?
A decent man alright but nothing really happened except a Christy Ring in Hurley.

At least Down are in Ulster's top three in Hurling.

And youse are in the top three in nothing ;) Sorry....I forgot....Peil na mBan :P

1. Apple production
2. Bishops, Cardinals and the like
3. Disused railway tunnels

and yes, superior females, none fairer you'll find near or far.
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: 5 Sams on November 01, 2014, 09:28:17 PM
Sťamus Walsh gone after the 5 year rule. Genuinely decent man. Who's the runners and riders for the top job?

Is Sean O'g not retiring as well?

Paul Blaney favourite for the top job then?
A decent man alright but nothing really happened except a Christy Ring in Hurley.

At least Down are in Ulster's top three in Hurling.

And youse are in the top three in nothing ;) Sorry....I forgot....Peil na mBan :P

1. Apple production
2. Bishops, Cardinals and the like
3. Disused railway tunnels

and yes, superior females, none fairer you'll find near or far.

 :D I wouldn't be boasting about No 2.
Title: Re: All set for change
Post by: armaghniac on November 01, 2014, 09:35:28 PM
Sťamus Walsh gone after the 5 year rule. Genuinely decent man. Who's the runners and riders for the top job?

Is Sean O'g not retiring as well?

Paul Blaney favourite for the top job then?
A decent man alright but nothing really happened except a Christy Ring in Hurley.

At least Down are in Ulster's top three in Hurling.

And youse are in the top three in nothing ;) Sorry....I forgot....Peil na mBan :P

1. Apple production
2. Bishops, Cardinals and the like
3. Disused railway tunnels

and yes, superior females, none fairer you'll find near or far.

 :D I wouldn't be boasting about No 2.

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