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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: February 15, 2019, 11:42:30 PM »
He was hopping mad!!
Ardmore will find this hilarious! Lol.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: February 15, 2019, 09:18:02 PM »
I've mentioned that before. Ardmore, Sean Dolans, Doire Colmcille and Ogra Colmcille will take hammerings from the teams coming down and could have the opposite effect than desired. You would worry for the future of one or two of those clubs senior teams.
I've mentioned it before but I really think the restructuring of the league was a bad idea (although it had good intentions). It wouldn't surprise me if Ardmore followed Ogra in the fairly recent future and that would be a shame. I see Ogra are still going to try to field in Junior Championship. What will their players do for the rest of the season though? Will some look to play elsewhere? It really is very sad.

Would agree, intentions are good, but there's a few City clubs that are going to get it really tight this year and you just hope that they retain players as the season progresses.
Is this the city with 110,000 of a population, mainly "nationalist"?

yes, maybe walk a mile in a man's shoe before being a smart hole
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Not such a smart arse yourself, only giving the man one shoe!

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: February 14, 2019, 11:32:27 PM »
I've mentioned that before. Ardmore, Sean Dolans, Doire Colmcille and Ogra Colmcille will take hammerings from the teams coming down and could have the opposite effect than desired. You would worry for the future of one or two of those clubs senior teams.
I've mentioned it before but I really think the restructuring of the league was a bad idea (although it had good intentions). It wouldn't surprise me if Ardmore followed Ogra in the fairly recent future and that would be a shame. I see Ogra are still going to try to field in Junior Championship. What will their players do for the rest of the season though? Will some look to play elsewhere? It really is very sad.

Would agree, intentions are good, but there's a few City clubs that are going to get it really tight this year and you just hope that they retain players as the season progresses.
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Is this the city with 110,000 of a population, mainly "nationalist"?

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: February 07, 2019, 06:27:28 PM »
2-13 / 1-8 was about right, oh clubless one!  :-[

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: February 06, 2019, 11:15:11 PM »
:-X
It is good to see Brendan Rogers back on the Derry panel for the game against London. He will be a big boost to the defence when he becomes fully fit.

However there are five players missing from last week's panel against Antrim.The McKinless brothers (Ben did not field this week for St Mary's either),Sean F Quinn,Ryan Dougan and Michael McEvoy are all absentees on the panel announced tonight.Are they injured,Sigerson Cup tied or have  some of them left the panel?

Ben and Gareth are cousins. Gareth is gone

McEvoy will be missing as Mfelt u21 Ulster semi final is also on Sunday.

Seen team was announced this evening. Strong looking
Remind the board of your club, toby.

Quigan

You're a few mile out

So, what club are you a member of, if not Ballymaguigan?

Lol, chill man dear. What do you think of the way McErlean/Conlan dealt with your club man?
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Simple question. Still no answer?!

Correct
correction. Lives in Bridge but plays for Quigan. My bad
Thanks for that information Toby. You should never be ashamed of your roots.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: February 06, 2019, 04:31:26 PM »
:-X
It is good to see Brendan Rogers back on the Derry panel for the game against London. He will be a big boost to the defence when he becomes fully fit.

However there are five players missing from last week's panel against Antrim.The McKinless brothers (Ben did not field this week for St Mary's either),Sean F Quinn,Ryan Dougan and Michael McEvoy are all absentees on the panel announced tonight.Are they injured,Sigerson Cup tied or have  some of them left the panel?

Ben and Gareth are cousins. Gareth is gone

McEvoy will be missing as Mfelt u21 Ulster semi final is also on Sunday.

Seen team was announced this evening. Strong looking
Remind the board of your club, toby.

Quigan

You're a few mile out

So, what club are you a member of, if not Ballymaguigan?

Lol, chill man dear. What do you think of the way McErlean/Conlan dealt with your club man?
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Simple question. Still no answer?!

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: February 05, 2019, 11:47:04 PM »
 :-X
It is good to see Brendan Rogers back on the Derry panel for the game against London. He will be a big boost to the defence when he becomes fully fit.

However there are five players missing from last week's panel against Antrim.The McKinless brothers (Ben did not field this week for St Mary's either),Sean F Quinn,Ryan Dougan and Michael McEvoy are all absentees on the panel announced tonight.Are they injured,Sigerson Cup tied or have  some of them left the panel?

Ben and Gareth are cousins. Gareth is gone

McEvoy will be missing as Mfelt u21 Ulster semi final is also on Sunday.

Seen team was announced this evening. Strong looking
Remind the board of your club, toby.
Quigan

You're a few mile out
So, what club are you a member of, if not Ballymaguigan?

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: February 02, 2019, 01:41:10 AM »
It is good to see Brendan Rogers back on the Derry panel for the game against London. He will be a big boost to the defence when he becomes fully fit.

However there are five players missing from last week's panel against Antrim.The McKinless brothers (Ben did not field this week for St Mary's either),Sean F Quinn,Ryan Dougan and Michael McEvoy are all absentees on the panel announced tonight.Are they injured,Sigerson Cup tied or have  some of them left the panel?

Ben and Gareth are cousins. Gareth is gone

McEvoy will be missing as Mfelt u21 Ulster semi final is also on Sunday.

Seen team was announced this evening. Strong looking
Remind the board of your club, toby.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: February 01, 2019, 02:49:15 AM »
Thanks seafoid.

I would expect 10 or so points in it.
Now there is confidence for you!  Based on any recent evidence? Antrim will fancy their chances and rightly so.

Iím not sure they do fancy their chances
What does Toby think now?
Well?

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 28, 2019, 11:54:02 PM »
PS: the McAtamney incident at the end (for clarification) . I watched the last 10 mins in the clubhouse upstairs and was looking right down on it. Big Conor never laid a hand on your man and he planted both feet and fell forward looking to buy the free. The ref was standing a few feet away and waved the Antrim man up. I was standing at the windows with about 15 Antrim folk, none shouting for a free.
100% correct, one the ref got right. Derry are in the correct division. Ref was also Division 4 standard. Lynn, McGuigan and McFaul were taken out off the ball the whole game. In fact Derry were physically dominated throughout. The ref and linesmen didn't stand up to the bullying and neither did the majority of Derry players. Underage players know that with time up, a penalty, last minute and level, you tap it over the bar.  You really would question the wit of some very experienced players today, never mind the management.


From the time the penalty was hit the ref played 4 mins and 10 seconds. That means there was at least 5 mins in total from when it was awarded. Stop telling lies. Get your facts right. You donít opt for a point with 5 mins left.
Stop talking shite. The penalty was in the last minute of normal time. No indication at that point of added time.  All in the crowd around where I was standing couldn't believe that he didn't opt for the point.  As I said, juvenile stuff. The ref couldn't even apply the old rules yesterday never mind the new ones and where he got the added time from just confirms the "Fool" that he was throughout.

I was watching from beside the press box. Before the penalty the journalists were talking about the announcer saying there were at least 4 added minutes. Were you talking when you should have been listening? They were guessing if Lynn would go for a point or a goal with that amount of time left. Lol.
Exactly. They must have thought a point was on too. Sound system was as crap as facilities for supporters yesterday. Hard to beat a green grassy slope, brought me back 40 years. If Derry had not got the winner, or Antrim had, the headline today would have been "What the fcuk was Lynn at?"

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 28, 2019, 09:40:41 PM »
PS: the McAtamney incident at the end (for clarification) . I watched the last 10 mins in the clubhouse upstairs and was looking right down on it. Big Conor never laid a hand on your man and he planted both feet and fell forward looking to buy the free. The ref was standing a few feet away and waved the Antrim man up. I was standing at the windows with about 15 Antrim folk, none shouting for a free.
100% correct, one the ref got right. Derry are in the correct division. Ref was also Division 4 standard. Lynn, McGuigan and McFaul were taken out off the ball the whole game. In fact Derry were physically dominated throughout. The ref and linesmen didn't stand up to the bullying and neither did the majority of Derry players. Underage players know that with time up, a penalty, last minute and level, you tap it over the bar.  You really would question the wit of some very experienced players today, never mind the management.


From the time the penalty was hit the ref played 4 mins and 10 seconds. That means there was at least 5 mins in total from when it was awarded. Stop telling lies. Get your facts right. You donít opt for a point with 5 mins left.
Stop talking shite. The penalty was in the last minute of normal time. No indication at that point of added time.  All in the crowd around where I was standing couldn't believe that he didn't opt for the point.  As I said, juvenile stuff. The ref couldn't even apply the old rules yesterday never mind the new ones and where he got the added time from just confirms the "Fool" that he was throughout.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 27, 2019, 11:18:03 PM »
PS: the McAtamney incident at the end (for clarification) . I watched the last 10 mins in the clubhouse upstairs and was looking right down on it. Big Conor never laid a hand on your man and he planted both feet and fell forward looking to buy the free. The ref was standing a few feet away and waved the Antrim man up. I was standing at the windows with about 15 Antrim folk, none shouting for a free.
100% correct, one the ref got right. Derry are in the correct division. Ref was also Division 4 standard. Lynn, McGuigan and McFaul were taken out off the ball the whole game. In fact Derry were physically dominated throughout. The ref and linesmen didn't stand up to the bullying and neither did the majority of Derry players. Underage players know that with time up, a penalty, last minute and level, you tap it over the bar.  You really would question the wit of some very experienced players today, never mind the management.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 27, 2019, 09:09:13 PM »
Thanks seafoid.

I would expect 10 or so points in it.
Now there is confidence for you!  Based on any recent evidence? Antrim will fancy their chances and rightly so.

Iím not sure they do fancy their chances
What does Toby think now?

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 26, 2019, 08:05:23 PM »
Great win for the hurlers
Agreed, fantastic start.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: January 26, 2019, 05:59:41 PM »
Good side, hopefully the men do the business tomorrow and get off to a good start. Alot of work done on kickouts apparently, so will be interesting to see how it's coming along.
That is definitely progress then.

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