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 - BallyroanAbbey

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 6
1
Laois / Re: 2019 ACFL Division 1B
« on: May 19, 2019, 02:06:57 PM »
There's too many matches in the league, there is absolutely no need for there to be 14 league games in each the 2 divisions, Just have 8 team divisions 7 games each in all divisions bar the bottom division which could be divided into North and South (Because realistically a lad from Clonaslee isnt going to travel yo Graigue for Junior C etc), have county players available for 5 rounds, have games every 2 weeks alternating week to week between hurling and football  better to have half the matches with higher quality than double at a worse standard

2
Laois / Re: Gaels amalgamations
« on: December 09, 2018, 10:17:14 PM »
no an understatement

3
Laois / Re: Gaels amalgamations
« on: December 06, 2018, 06:38:15 PM »
Church in Abbeyleix and Spink is St Lazerians and the one in Ballinakill is St Brigids so where is St Patricks coming from

Were you not at the information night?

No, hence the question

4
Laois / Re: Gaels amalgamations
« on: December 06, 2018, 09:52:17 AM »
Church in Abbeyleix and Spink is St Lazerians and the one in Ballinakill is St Brigids so where is St Patricks coming from

5
Laois / Re: Laois Junior Football Championship 2018
« on: November 30, 2018, 10:49:49 AM »
No Abu it isnt i just enjoy the hurling as a game more and in fairness is very competitive inside of laois unlike the football, would have more family connections in trumera than any other hurling club, do pickas not get half their players from ballyroan or at least did before the abbeyleix arragement? i just think that you stick with your own and do your best with your own, now in your defense considering you have stated that if ballinakill and abbeyleix do join ballyroan are going into balljnakill to take players off spink and have complained why colt have a football team instead of letting them play with Ballyroan that concept might go beyond your understanding

6
Laois / Re: Gaels amalgamations
« on: November 30, 2018, 09:11:11 AM »
If there was ever a time to put in a team made up of junior and intermediate clubs now is surely it, if they are serious about getting rid of the gaels teams these lads should still be provided with a platform to play at senior level, the last thing that should happen is that the likes of a kyle trumera ballypickas etc are used as feeder clubs for senior teams, but there is a posibility of that happening if you take away lads chances of playing with a gaels team and dont give them a platform to hurl at a higher level

7
Laois / Re: Laois Junior Football Championship 2018
« on: November 30, 2018, 09:02:56 AM »
Hopefully you can add Ballinakill and surrounding areas before long.

Basically why Ballyroan dont win despite our underage success, lads too busy focusing on poaching lads from other clubs than developing with what we have

8
Laois / Re: The future of laois hurling
« on: November 28, 2018, 06:23:05 PM »
Its as cowardly a move as has been seen in a long time, they have taken the easy way out instead of trying to take the final step, both have been to semi finals in recent years, i hope they remember that for every rathdowney/errill there is a harps also

9
Laois / Re: The future of laois hurling
« on: November 25, 2018, 07:22:53 PM »
I hear that Slieve Bloom pulled their lads from the u21 with Castletown this morning, once again the issues of jerseys appears to of been behind it. Lessons from the past dont appear to be learned

10
Laois / Re: The future of laois hurling
« on: November 19, 2018, 01:35:00 PM »
Well done to Portlaoise. On a separate note, any truth in rumour of a tie up between Abbeyleix and Ballinakill.

Being in talks the last few weeks, heard they were going well but hadnt got to the serious stuff at that stage

11
Laois / Re: Leinster Club Football Championship 2018
« on: November 13, 2018, 04:51:00 PM »
Ballyboden was a total sickener but last year not so much, I don't think Portlaoise were as good last year as they are now.
It was still left behind them. It was a tap in.

Jaysus when I think back on Boden, I nearly get sick meself. Michael Darragh f**king MacAuley scoring a goal, where would you see the life of it and he not fit to even solo a football.

Yes the man that has won 6 all irelands and a former player of the year managed to score a goal, shock horror.

If you believe MDMA was a worthy winner of FOTY then I just don't even want to know you anymore.

Darren Daly has 6 All Irelands by the way. Just saying.

Never said that but the reality is his main attribute was driving runs down the middle of defences, which would require the odd solo, you wouldnt say no to him for laois would you? Anyway i dont want to be arguing the pros and cons of Michael Dara McAuley to be honest, and i dont care if you want to know me i dont want to know you, thus why its an anonymos fourm

12
Laois / Re: Leinster Club Football Championship 2018
« on: November 13, 2018, 11:21:08 AM »
Ballyboden was a total sickener but last year not so much, I don't think Portlaoise were as good last year as they are now.
It was still left behind them. It was a tap in.

Jaysus when I think back on Boden, I nearly get sick meself. Michael Darragh f**king MacAuley scoring a goal, where would you see the life of it and he not fit to even solo a football.

Yes the man that has won 6 all irelands and a former player of the year managed to score a goal, shock horror.

Going back to Sunday while Portlaoise were deserving of their victory looking at the negatives they did get 1-1 in the first half directly off goalkeepers mistakes whos replacement was a big improvement in the second half, Moorefield also got in for 2 good goal chances in the first half, also Moorefield pressed up in the second half on the Portlaoise backs which you would imagine Kilmacud will do for the duration of the game in Parnell Park, and Brody for as good as he is still has a major flaw under high balls. Maher was lucky to stay on too.

As for positives Ciaran McEvoy had as good a game as ive seen him play, the back were excellent bar Healy who struggled with O'Connor, Bruno won nearly everythjng that went to him, Rodgers got 1-2 for himself and felt it was harsh on him being taken off first, Glynn off the bench made a big impact too.

For the Kilmacud match id wonder will they consider putting Dillon back on Mannion considering how well he did on him in the Leinster final. I feel that Portlaoise will eventually have to beat a Dublin team, they are probably playing better now than they have for 5-6 years, and Crokes arent as strong as past teams from Dublin, especially Vincents. You would be hopeful that Glynn will be fit enough to go from the start the next day

13
Laois / Re: The future of laois hurling
« on: October 25, 2018, 07:53:32 PM »
alot of the lads that are saying they shouldnt be let amalgamate are the same people who were giving out that mountrath and trumera arent together, and slieve bloom split from castletown, but when its a genuine threat to the big 4 in laois suddenly its a big issue, i myself cant see it happening considering their is absolutely no links underage between them

14
Laois / Re: The future of laois hurling
« on: October 25, 2018, 04:02:05 PM »
Abbeyleix and Ballyroan Abbey are the one nearly and Ballinakill and Spink simular situation, a knock on of this is that if they join up Ballypickas might get the Spink area back which they always had until Ballinakill start objecting to it, which might free up alot of time at county board meetings if what i hear is true

15
Laois / Re: The future of laois hurling
« on: October 25, 2018, 01:07:47 PM »
heard that myself, cant see why it wouldnt be let happen vlub wouldnt be any smaller than a borris/kilcotton or a rathdowney/errill or a camross. Would mean that there would be another genuine contender in senior hurling

Would the fact that it’s 2 “senior” clubs combining not make it a runner in the eyes of the CB?

Definitely another genuine contender across all the grades, if it was to happen

Borris in Ossory and Kilcotton were both Senior when they joined, think Rathdowney and Errill were too although maybe Errill were just after been relegated im not sure, anyhow i dont know how much influence the county board can have, they could point out that they are seperate parishes and they would have to pick one as their area although slieve margy and st fintans were multi parish clubs

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 6