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Sure this game is in navan. The Wickla lads will have to be on their best behaviour and be observant of our customs and laws.

We need to talk about this.

GAA Discussion / Re: NFL Division 2 2015
« on: April 05, 2015, 10:02:38 PM »
When were Roscommon last in division 1 or top level in the league as it used to be.

It's win win for us.

Tickets are selling fast. Should be a big crowd in. Can be bought for a €5 off the gate price till midnight tonight or in centra or other outlets.

Paddy O'Rourke;

Donnacha Tobin, Conor McGill, James McEntee;
Mickey Burke, Donal Keogan, Brian Power;

Conor Gillespie, Adam Flanagan;

Graham Reilly, Padraic Harnan, Bryan Menton;
Eamon Wallace, Stephen Bray, Mark O'Sullivan.

Team for tomorrow. Best team we could field at this stage Perhaps. We can bring Shane O'Rourke on as well as an impact sub as well.

Wouldn't bet on this one. We could as easily end up hammering them as they might do the same to us. Sure we'll see on the day.

Connor McGill should handle him no bother. Kevin Reilly should stay at half back.

GAA Discussion / Re: Denis Coyne - Westmeath GAA RIP
« on: April 01, 2015, 04:23:36 PM »
Drank their a few times and it's a regular haunt for relatives of mine. People in the wider family would have known him personally and some would have grown up with him and played alongside him for Kinnegad.


John McDermott......?


Please.....pour favor....sil vous plait!

But yes he is coming good.

GAA Discussion / An Mhí vs An Cabhán, An Uaimh, De Domnaigh. 3pm
« on: March 31, 2015, 01:11:44 AM »
With these two teams within a stones throw of each other in the league and given what is at stake I thought this was worthy of its own thread. Cavan beat us soundly last year at home but hopefully after another shakey start to the league I hope we are finishing strong.

While some other meath posters are not too keen on is going up to division 1, it's been that long for us I'd like to go up out of curiosity as much as anything else, just for a change of scenery perhaps. No harm in getting the lads acclimated to that level of opposition no mater the results. Who knows we might even be able for it.

Anyways, on to Cavan this weekend. I imagine we'll line out similarly to last week with Gillespie, O'Rourke and Reilly staying on the first 15. O'Sullivan and Harnan should too. Menton is probably worth starting as well, he seems to be a lad who is starting to really hit his stride.

GAA Discussion / Re: GAA TV Radio & Webcasts
« on: March 28, 2015, 11:58:30 AM »
Anywhere that streams setanta Ireland for tonight's meath vs down match?

GAA Discussion / Re: NFL Division 2 2015
« on: March 28, 2015, 10:38:59 AM »
To be fair James is from the 'ha side of things.  :( But still even they only get about 1 a decade on the senior panel

GAA Discussion / Re: NFL Division 2 2015
« on: March 27, 2015, 06:52:01 PM »
'We' as in who?

GAA Discussion / Re: NFL Division 2 2015
« on: March 27, 2015, 06:23:16 PM »
Meath (FL Division 2 v Down)

Paddy O'Rourke;

Donnacha Tobin, Conor McGill, Donal Keogan;
Mickey Burke, Kevin Reilly, Brian Power;

Bryan Menton, Adam Flanagan;

Graham Reilly, Padraic Harnan, James McEntee;
Eamon Wallace, Michael Newman, Mark O'Sullivan.

I fully expect us to win now there is some St. Vincent's/Curragha stock on the field.

I really hope there is a strong finish to the league although that line up doesn't suggest a massive shift in approach. Same midfield pairing as before which haven't done the best the last two times out.

GAA Discussion / Re: ROSCOMMON v MEATH...
« on: March 19, 2015, 02:24:16 PM »
Meath u21's from last nights loss to Kildare . Expect a few to line out at the weekend.

J Hannigan;

M Flood, G McGowan, L Ferguson;
S Dowling, B Power, S McEntee;

A Flanagan; H Rooney;

P Harnan, R O Coileain, C Rooney;
J Wallace, P Kennelly, E Wallace

Subs: B Duggan, J McEntee, B Dardis, F Ward

Good to see Rooney is healthy again. Tormey is out for the rest of the league who is quite a loss for us.

I don't expect any big line up changes, maybe E Wallace will start ahead of O'Sullivan this week. Hopefully the lads won't go to sleep when they get in front this time.

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