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General discussion / Re: China Coronavirus
« on: October 12, 2020, 11:19:08 AM »

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GAA Discussion / Re: East Belfast GAA
« on: July 20, 2020, 02:56:59 PM »
Have the forms for transferring. Was talking to someone at my old club, who I havent played for since 2006, seem to think transfer deadline for the year was March.
Whats the story with this?

It's done online now.

Get the club EastBelfast to make the request which will get sent to your old club for approval. It should be sorted within 7-10 days. 


 

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General discussion / Re: Teachers get it handy!
« on: June 21, 2018, 09:20:53 AM »
Seen her facebook profile there, husband and kids.

Who's?

Think he's referring to a Facebook profile of a teacher who looks similar to girl in Video (but not her I think) which has been circulating.

The school that this is rumored to have taken place have come out and categorically denied it's their school or any of their staff.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: June 06, 2018, 04:59:12 PM »
Snapchat, which of the above points was I incorrect on? Cause as far as I can see I was bang on the money with them all. Thanks for highlighting them.

Posting disgusting personal abuse online about named GAA people, from behind the safety of anonymity, is not correct in any of those cases. It just shows you for the type of individual you are. A coward and a lowlife. A coward first and foremost though.


For the sake of people who have this a55hole on the ignore list please stop quoting him. Thanks.

+1

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: May 22, 2018, 02:00:45 PM »
Can someone put up a list of the u20 players. # total faith
Benny   Gallen   Aghyaran
Tommy   Dolan   Aghyaran
Conall   Devlin    Ardboe
Oisin   Donnelly           Beragh
James   McGurk   Carrickmore
Conor   Shields   Clogher (C)
Brian   Kennedy           Derrylaughan
Tomás   Carney   Derrylaughan
Brannan Molloy           Donaghmore
Lorcan    Quinn   Donaghmore
Tiarnan    Drayne   Donaghmore
Cahir   Goodwin           Dromore
Oran   Sludden           Dromore
Emmett   McNabb   Dromore
Ryan   McCusker          Dromore
Oran   Mallon           Dungannon
Brian   McNulty           Dungannon
Dalaigh Jones          Dungannon
Mark  McKearney   Dungannon
Paul   Donaghy           Edendork
Mattie McGleenan   Eglish (V-C)
Peter Óg   McCartan   Errigal Ciaran
Conor Quinn            Galbally
Daniel Kerr           Galbally
Patrick McCullagh     Gortin
Matthew Murnaghan  Killyclogher
Conall   Grimes    Loughmacrory
Antoin   Fox          Loughmacrory
James   Devlin    Ardboe
Tom   Loughran           Moy
Damien   McGuigan    Omagh
Jude   Campbell            Pomeroy
Ruairí   Gormley    Strabane
Peadar   Mullin    Tattyreagh
Ryan   Gray                   Trillick
James   Garrity   Trillick

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: May 18, 2018, 12:29:24 PM »
I wonder what Harte thinks of Sean now?
I know Sean's dad never liked Mickey since he told him he shouldn't go to Aus.

Noel can be some craic but has to keep a tight rein on what he's allowed to ask I believe.

 He's just announced an autobiography on twitter!!

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: May 17, 2018, 01:51:07 PM »
Sean Cavanagh is obviously doing the whole, lets burst onto the punditry scene with some attention seeking views.

Haven't really been a fan of some of his antics over the years to be honest, but it's bound to be extremely gauling for Mickey Harte to hear him say this on the eve of the Championship.

Both due to address the guests at Club Tyrone Function this evening.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Match video file sharing.
« on: April 30, 2018, 11:17:29 AM »
Probably a silly question. Our match videos are ~ 12g in size. Is there a way of compressing that before uploading to youtube. My BB is slow enough and it'll take forever to hoke it all up.

Remove sound from video and compress using handbrake

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General discussion / Re: The ulster rugby trial
« on: March 27, 2018, 04:07:42 PM »
Jury are returning

Edit -

@FrankGreaney

Judge Smyth has returned to the courtroom. She tells the court she has been handed a list of three questions from the jurors. She is now sending them home for the night and asks them to return to court at 10am tomorrow to resume their deliberations.

The jury came back to court to ask if

1) they can see/hear Rory Harrison's witness statement from June 30.

2) They want to know where is the evidence the woman accessed Uber on her phone.

Judge will answer in the morning. Jury is being sent home and will return tomorrow.

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General discussion / Re: The ulster rugby trial
« on: March 27, 2018, 10:55:11 AM »
"Judge Smyth is now going through some of the inconsistencies in the woman's account like the fact she initially told police Blane McIlroy came into the room with his trousers down. She told jurors he was 'completely naked'.

When you come to consider whether her account is true, you must avoid making the assumption that because she said something different to someone else, the evidence she gave to you is untrue.  Experience has shown that inconsistencies in accounts can arise whether a person is telling the truth or not because memory can be affected in different ways and may have a bearing on a person's ability to take it in, register it and recall it".

You might say that applies to the defendants too, but here the judge was specifically referring to the complainant.

Her mate was barfing in the jacks before all this kicked off......how much alcohol did the unfortunate victim have on board?

Which "mate" was this, now?

The "mate" who wasn't her mate at all?

A couple of weeks back you were saying that it was the complainant that was getting sick, so this is the second time you've displayed yourself unaware of a basic fact regarding the same specific detail of the case.

You'll get there in the end.

Maybe.

LOL......youre very touchy.....does shagging paralytic drunk birds hit a little close to home for you?

I misread the original newspaper article and another poster corrected me and said no, it was her friend. Maybe he was wrong too.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/rape-trial-ireland-rugby-player-olding-embarrassed-of-immature-boasting-whatsapp-messages-36685172.html

One of the parties involved had 22 alcoholic beverages

Someone else is projectile vomiting in the bathroom

The victim herself has given conflicting evidence and contradictory statements

If she too was impaired, that would possibly explain the inconsistencies


Why don't you read some facts before posting up horseshit here? It's well documented the amounts of alcohol taken by the alleged victim and others in this case. And none of her friends were in the house.


Well then answer the fvckin question then.....how much did she have to drink?

The woman told the trial during her evidence she had one and a half glasses of wine and three double vodkas during the night.

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General discussion / Re: New Car Advice
« on: March 08, 2018, 01:53:12 PM »
An astute business person once told me to "Never own anything that reduces in value" ... a car fits into this perfectly.

Anyone got a car on PCH Personal Contract Hire? Views?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: March 02, 2018, 05:54:29 PM »
When's the championship draw? Presume league fixtures will be released at same time? 4 weeks to adult leagues start, would have thought fixtures would be out by now.

They should actually promote this better. The Champ draw should be held well after the league fixtures.

Have a PR launch date for ACL where fixtures are released, all x 49 captains in attendance in jerseys, press there etc. Market the thing.

Plans are already in place for this I believe

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General discussion / Re: The ulster rugby trial
« on: February 28, 2018, 01:03:35 PM »
Text messages exchange here https://twitter.com/ConorGallaghe_r

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General discussion / Re: The ulster rugby trial
« on: February 02, 2018, 09:40:06 AM »
Many have pointed out snidely that there's lots on here willing to convict without hearing all the evidence. Conversely, it's easy to see there are also loads on here who are really hoping these lads are not convicted and making the case for them. I'd ask those guys (and it does seem to be guys) - if it were your daughter, or wife, or girlfriend......what would you think then? Would you post the same rubbish like "why wait 2 days".......especially when she told her friends within hours?

I'd don't think it's snide to wait to hear all the evidence.  And I personally haven't posted anything about how long she waited to go to the police..utterly irrelevant if she waited 2 months or went that morning.  And its stupid to just say what if was your wife daughter etc.  Of course if it was personalized you would be 100% sure of their guilt.  But the point of a jury is to take out the personal aspect of it.
It's very easy to take sides and from reading social media I've seen the full range of stupidity and crassness from "If she was being raped why didn't she scream the house down instead of chowing down on Olding" to "I hope these rapist c***ts are raped in jail".

For me there is reasonable doubt and there they should get off based on what I've read but I'm not in court and there is a long way to go. As to Seanies comment that people don't want to see them convicted... If they are guilty then they should be convicted if they're not they shouldn't be.

In my opinion the whole thing hinges in this girl that walked in during the middle of it, if she says it didn't look like an attack. That's the end of it all right there. She's the only 'neutral' witness. Her testimony holds the key to the whole thing.

From what we've heard so far, she's walked in and said "oh", Jackson has allegedly asked did she want to join, which she said no and walked out. When this phase is fleshed out the case will be come clearer - If she's steamed and can't remember. There will be an element of reasonable doubt as quoted post.

Can you explain what an attack is supposed to look like? Plus she never seen what went on before she walked in.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: September 13, 2017, 02:26:58 PM »
Boys ultimately we don't have the forwards to compete with Dublin.

I would agree with this, you still need top forwards to win All Irelands and currently they dont exist in Tyrone.  Im not sure where the really next top, match winning forward/s in Tyrone are coming from.  We seem to have abundances of running half forward types but very little options for the full forward line.  Until we unearth some forwards who can be considered to be amongst the best in Ireland, then All Ireland glory will be out of our reach.  Forwards win matches.

How are we going to unearth a really top class full forward if we continue to use this defensive style of play particularly when it's also being used by the development squads..

Don't you understand that to "to compete with the best" you dont need to develope forwards apparently the opposition are to be convinced to stick the ball over their own bar to placate the mickey fan club on this interenet form. Anyone who dares question his methods

1. Dose not have a clue
2. never played the game
3. has not been picked by mickey
4. has had a relative who has not been picked by mickey
5. has never managed a team in their lives
6. has personel issues with mickey.

or possibly are a little feed up with paying good money to watch their county being beaten out the gate while "competing with the best" because our great leader has decided we dont need to play with a forward line which contains players who might actually threaten the opposition goals and plays a system that does not require you to defend a deficit. Time a few people woke up and smelled the coffee or is that a hint of gravy in the air ?

The vast majority of clubs in this county voted for Harte to stay so Bill, go you along to your local club meeting (I don't know who it is but they probably voted for Harte to stay) and tell them that you are sick of paying a few pounds to go and watch Tyrone play and that they need to wake up and smell the coffee because you believe Mickey Harte tactics are wrong. Tell them how pissed off you are and demand that they to listen to you and next time the vote for Mickey to leave comes up they should follow your advice. There's no point venting on here, nobody on here can make a difference but I'm sure, once they work out who you are, the lads in your local club will be glad to hear what you have to say.

Not technically true, vast majority of club delegates voted for Harte to stay. It was proposed on the night that the delegates be allowed to go back and discuss with their clubs, that was overturned with a counter proposal that it be decided there and then.

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