Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - W.A.G. Lover

Pages: [1] 2 3 4
1
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 17, 2020, 10:30:57 AM »
A lot of good points in the last couple of posts. I think something has to be tried to sort it out as it can't continue the way it is. Only thing I would say is that it does work in other counties like Down who think Tyrone's method is mad.

Also to add to the early comments - Currently you also have the lad falling between two stools or the opposite - he performs well in the reserve game gets hooked at half time cause the seniors see him as an option off the bench but then sometimes the way the senior game goes he will not be used. So you have a lad itching for football getting 30mins in a B game. On the flip side of that there will be someone who will put in a good shift in a full reserve game and then due to an early injury maybe asked to come on 15 mins into a senior game and end up playing 1.75 games! If the two games where played on separate days this would sort this issue out.

I think play the first few on Saturdays due to light issues - once the longer evenings come in and Uni still on play them on Friday nights - Most senior panels train on a Friday night and tend to do light sessions as they will have a game on Sunday so will not require big numbers for a useful session. And then during summer there should be plenty of evenings for games to be moved around to suit. Games beat training all day long in developing Senior players!

Tuesday - Senior/Reserve training (Pick reserve squad)
Friday - Senior training
Friday/Saturday - Reserve game
Sunday - Senior game.

The standard in Tyrone is train Friday nights owing to college and work commitments. This may provide a problem if reserve games fixed Friday as management resources will be stretched, and senior management will not be able to view reserves playing well. I would guess Saturday is the best option, but it may mean an extra day out for some people.
Either way, it is good to see efforts to make change. It is very apparent the past few years it is not working. To be fair to CCC, their hands are tied by central fixture planners. It is worth a try at least. Plus games are regional so not much traveling is required, and reserves will be playing at a standard to suit themselves and not their seniors.

2
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 13, 2020, 10:34:01 AM »
No match should throw in later than 4 pm on Sundays.

If reserve & senior, games should be 12.30pm and 2.00pm unless agreed otherwise. (Senior only still 2.00pm).
Game finished 3.30pm, leaving plenty of the day to spend with family/friends.
Current setup is an archaic process, where games arent finished to almost 5.30pm.

3
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 08, 2020, 01:47:35 PM »
The brother Lorcan I believe.

He was an S&C coach for some team in the past I believe cant mind who - must be into the coaching/managing too.

He was S&C coach with Slaughtneil in 2019 and I think he has been with Cavan underage teams as well in the last.

He was also S & C for TyroneU21s in 2015 when they won the All Ireland !!!


You’re right so he was. Forgot about that and the Fermanagh job. Maybe he wasn’t at Cavan at all. Hard to keep up sometimes with who has been where.
Was in Cavan with McGleenan. However, I don't think it matters where he has been. Edendork will struggle this year big time with Morgan, Darren and Conn with Tyrone. Edendork have a good 15 (Including the 3 county lads) but after that they are very very poor. Barely anything on the bench in the championship last year against Carrickmore and it cost them the game.
Edendork the standout team in Intermediate this year. Will go in as favourites for both league and championship. With the exception of Eglish, they will still expect to win their starred games against anyone else in Division 2.

I would imagine Clogher, Owen Roes, Gortin, Moortown, Augher, Beragh, Aghyaran, Greencastle, Strabane, Stewartstown, Newtown (In order of 2019 league table) will have something to say about that. Tyrone Intermediate football is the most competitive around the province.

4
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: January 02, 2020, 03:59:49 PM »
Team talk reporting that Mc shane heading down under,thank god i did not renew my season ticket,could be a short year,Tyrone really lacking a stand out forward now.

If this is true about McShane, who have we got to replace him? I cant think of anyone on the current squad that is similar ball winner and can take his own scores.
Anyone not on the current setup that would be worth a review?

5
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 02, 2020, 12:36:28 PM »
All managers appointed at this stage?
Any clubs entering Ulster League this year?
Any further word of league restructuring? Or was this just hot air at the annual convention?

6
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: December 18, 2019, 11:48:11 AM »
Senior

Ardboe: Fabian Muldoon
Carrickmore: Ryan Daly
Clonoe: Stephen McDonnell
Coalisland: Damien O'Hagan
Derrylaughan: Kevin Coary
Donaghmore: John Rafferty
Dromore: Colm McCullagh
Dungannon: Collie Holmes
Errigal Ciaran: Johnny McBride
Galbally: John Moylan
Killyclogher:
Loughmacrory: Martin McConnell (Coach?)
Moy: Sean Cavanagh
Omagh: Carl McCabe
Pomeroy: Brian McGuckin
Trillick: Nigel Seaney & Liam Donnelly

Intermediate

Aghaloo: Micky Donnelly
Aghyaran:
Augher: Padraig O'Kane
Beragh: Ryan McCloskey
Clogher:
Edendork: Lorcan Martin
Eglish: Matthew McGleenan
Gortin: Cormac McGlinley
Greencastle: Sean Teague
Moortown: Stephen McHugh & Stephen Ferguson
Naomh Eoghan: Conor Gormley (Training Role only i believe.
Owen Roes: Barry Tracey
Rock: Martin Hackett
Stewartstown: Fergal Logan
Strabane:
T***yreagh:Martin McNulty

Junior

Brackaville: Justin Corr
Brocagh:John McGuckin
Castlederg:
Clann na nGael:
Cookstown Brian Mulligan, Mickey Rea
Derrytresk: Paul Hughes
Drumquin:
Drumragh:
Errigal Ciaran Thirds:
Eskra: Gerry Donnelly
Fintona:
Glenelly: Dermot Corry
Kildress: Roger Keenan
Killeeshil:
Killyman:
Urney:

Any updates on the list? Are there any above that aren't correct?

7
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: December 18, 2019, 11:45:24 AM »
Martin McConnell appointed as new Loughmacrory manger/trainer.

What happened the 2019 Loughmacrory management/coaching set-up?

8
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 28, 2019, 10:35:33 AM »
Its about time we start up the annual list of managerial/coaching appointments.
    Aghaloo O'Neills GAC
    Aghyaran St. Davog's GAC
    Ardboe O'Donovan Rossa GAC
    Augher St. Macartan's GAC
    Beragh Red Knights GAC
    Brackaville Owen Roes GFC
    Carrickmore St. Colmcille's GAC
    Castlederg St. Eugene's GAC
    Clann na nGael GAA
    Clogher Éire Óg GAC
    Clonoe O'Rahilly's GAC
    Coalisland Na Fianna GAC
    Cookstown Fr. Rock's GAC
    Derrylaughan Kevin Barrys GAC
    Derrytresk Fir An Chnoic GAC
    Donaghmore St. Patrick's GAC
    Dregish Pearse Og GAC
    Dromore St. Dympna's GAC
    Drumquin Wolfe Tones GAC
    Dungannon Thomas Clarkes GAC
    Edendork St. Malachy's GAC
    Eglish St. Patrick's GAC
    Errigal Ciarán GAC
    Eskra Emmetts GAC
    Fintona Pearses GAC
    Galbally Pearses GAC
    Glenelly St. Joseph's GAC
    Gortin St. Patrick's GAC
    Greencastle, St Patrick's GAC
    Kildress Wolfe Tones GAC
    Killeeshil St. Mary's GAC
    Killyclogher St. Mary's GAC
    Killyman St. Mary's GAC
    Loughmacrory St. Teresa's GAC
    Moortown St. Malachy's GAC
    Moy Tír Na nÓg GAC
    Newtownstewart St. Eugene's GAC
    Naomh Eoghan
    Omagh St. Enda's GAC
    Owen Roe O'Neill's GAC
    Pomeroy Plunketts GAC
    Rock St. Patrick's GAC
    Stewartstown Harps GAC
    Strabane Sigersons GAC
    Tattyreagh St. Patrick's GAC
    Trillick St. Macartan's GAC
    Urney St. Columba's GAC

9
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 05, 2019, 10:06:36 AM »
With majority of clubs now finished up, excluding Division 2 and playoffs, the managerial merry-go-round will be due to kick off soon. Any big sackings? Resignations? Appointments?

10
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 28, 2019, 08:52:34 AM »
It has been voted down in the past (Most likely by non-playing dinosaurs like at National Level), but what about introducing 1B again - So essentially 3 Leagues x 12 teams and 1 x 13?
Or even break it down further again into 5 Leagues x 8 teams and 1 x 9? Play 7 starred and 7 non-starred.
Both options are feasible with the removal of playoffs so can be complete before championship begins. League & Championship Winners promoted, with bottom 2 relegated. Possibly play off 3rd top v 3rd bottom?
League Standings could be seeded for championship the following season to maintain appetite.
Reserve football is dying a slow death - Change is needed ASAP. We will have to break from tradition and split senior & reserve link. Expecting reserves to still be playing football in November is ridiculous.

11
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: October 02, 2019, 08:45:45 AM »
I see on Twitter last night a club player giving off about 2 club games been changed to accommodate a Club Tyrone Fundraising event involving McShane and McNamee. Assuming by the tweet the clubs involved did not agree to this. Absolute disregard for the club player further highlighted. 

12
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: September 09, 2019, 09:03:52 AM »
Mtown Gortin draw

Replay during week with quarter at the weekend?
Replay Thursday and Quarter Final Monday with the Semi final the following weekend.

Quarter-Final on Monday night? Are all Junior Quarter-Finals not to be played Friday 13th and Intermediate Quarter-Finals to be played on Sunday 15th? Greencastle wont like the waiting about

13
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: August 13, 2019, 09:43:23 AM »
The 2017 Club Championship 1st round was played on the weekend of the All-Ireland - Cant see why they would not do it again?
Any word when these fixtures will be released?

14
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: July 03, 2019, 01:00:36 PM »
Do we once again entertain the idea of 3 divisions x 12 and 1 x 13?

That way we can have 22/24 leagues based on home and away, with 50% of same starred (Senior & U20 Championship where required). Possible reward for teams who are starred somehow?

11 starred fixtures are as planned from day 1, then the standard club player can enjoy a further 11 games whilst Tyrone are playing without the debacle we now face ourselves in. Even bringing back Friday/Sunday double fixtures or Saturday Fixtures.

As evident in Derry, the League Cups are a waste of time with plenty of forfeits.

At present it is impossible for a club team to gain any momentum or keep the squad together.

15
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: March 06, 2019, 12:32:47 PM »
Given Tyrone are in the preliminary round in ulster there is even less weeks to play with in terms of the non starred games than last year. Can't see how they'd have time to fit the fixtures in if there was any further delays.

Tyrone still have an outside chance of making the league final maybe that’s the hold up?

The master list of fixtures are already available - its just the order in which clubs will play is not out - don't see why this should be held up. If they put the fixtures back (which I don't think will happen) shouldn't matter to the match ups.

Poor form teams train all winter and still don't know who their first game is against.

Where is the master list of fixtures available at? Havent seen anything this year. At least it would give an indication of free weekends for players to plan a life.

Pages: [1] 2 3 4