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General discussion / Re: Boxing Thread
« on: March 18, 2019, 11:12:22 AM »
Anyone watch Conlan/Barnes last night? Sad to see Paddy taking a tanking, it just hasn't happened for him at all. Conlan's fight was pretty dull although he got what he needed from it. Himself v Nikitin will be a good show if it happens.

On a side note, what are your thoughts on Conlan's entrance music, Graffiti on the wall? I know it was Patrick's day but I found it very distasteful to have ooh ahh up the Ra being sung full pelt in the crowd. Fair enough to play the Irish card hard but surely there's a line to be drawn in the sand when it comes to sport.

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General discussion / Re: Running
« on: March 18, 2019, 11:08:13 AM »
Anyone doing the Omagh half marathon in three weeks? I did it last year for the first time and was really enjoyable.

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General discussion / Re: Cookstown Incident
« on: March 18, 2019, 11:06:30 AM »
God help those poor kids. Know of a few ones caught up in it and they're really badly shook up as you can imagine.

May the three victims of this tragedy rest in peace.

This will have serious ramifications for health and safety down the line. These sorts of incidents can not be allowed to happen ever again.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Ulster Colleges
« on: March 18, 2019, 09:43:22 AM »
Going to be a dark cloud hanging over today's MacRody final after the tradegy in Cookstown last night. No doubt many pupils from the CBS would have been there last night.

It puts things into perspective but I wonder will this go ahead?

May the victims rest in peace.

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GAA Discussion / Re: NFL Division 1 2019 Dubs again?
« on: March 18, 2019, 09:41:09 AM »
Our win over Dublin won't be important come the real stuff in the summer. However, the talk of Dublin coasting and not too bothered about the league doesn't sit with me. I might be wrong but Gavin strikes me as a man that hates to lose. He rolls out the usual platitudes in interviews but I'd be pretty certain he'd have been seriously gunning to get back into a league final.

They're obviously still well ahead of the pack but there is evidence that the gap might not be a wide as I would have thought at the beginning of the year.

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GAA Discussion / Re: NFL Division 1 2019 Dubs again?
« on: March 17, 2019, 12:28:58 AM »
Dublin is rattled lads. It's only a matter of time till we get Sam back amongst the bushes.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: March 16, 2019, 10:48:18 PM »
Hampsey's ball into McShane was absolutely beautiful!

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GAA Discussion / Re: NFL Division 1 2019 Dubs again?
« on: March 16, 2019, 10:46:56 PM »
I thought Tyrone played very well tonight and in fact played good football. Obviously a serious focus over past few weeks on getting longer ball into the forwards.

Key to this has been Mattie's form in there winning dirty ball (hat tip to McShane too!) but Ritchy Donnelly has made a huge difference in upping the quality of the long ball.

Hampsey's ball into McShane for his final score was sublime.

Don't know whether I enjoyed the football or Dublin7's hissy fit here more!

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: March 12, 2019, 05:57:26 PM »
The Lough won the Tyrone primary school indoor competion today. Third time in four years!

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: March 10, 2019, 09:08:17 PM »
We're away to Aghyaran the same weekend. Some spin on a Friday evening!

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: March 10, 2019, 06:44:04 PM »
Intermediate

Sunday 31st March

Aghyaran v Beragh
Clogher v Cookstown
Gortin v Galbally
Loughmacrory v Owen Roes
Moortown v Urney
Newtownstewart v Stewartstown
Pomeroy v Augher
Strabane v Greencastle

Sunday 7th April

Clogher v Aghyaran
Cookstown v Augher
Galbally v Urney
Loughmacrory v Greencastle
Newtownstewart v Pomeroy
Owen Roes v Beragh
Stewartstown v Moortown
Strabane v Gortin

Sunday 14th April

Augher v Aghyaran
Beragh v Stewartstown
Galbally v Newtownstewart
Greencastle v Gortin
Moortown v Strabane
Owen Roes v Clogher
Pomeroy v Loughmacrory
Urney v Cookstown

Saturday 20th April

Aghyaran v Moortown
Augher v Beragh
Gortin v Pomeroy
Greencastle v Clogher
Loughmacrory v Stewartstown
Newtownstewart v Urney
Owen Roes v Cookstown
Strabane v Galbally

Friday 26th April
(Reserve Sunday 28th April)
Aghyaran v Loughmacrory
Augher v Greencastle
Beragh v Newtownstewart
Clogher v Galbally
Cookstown v Stewartstown
Moortown v Owen Roes
Pomeroy v Strabane
Urney v Gortin

Sunday 19th May

Aghyaran v Owen Roes
Beragh v Urney
Galbally v Pomeroy
Greencastle v Cookstown
Loughmacrory v Augher
Moortown v Gortin
Newtownstewart v Clogher
Stewartstown v Strabane

Sunday 2nd June

Aghyaran v Gortin
Clogher v Loughmacrory
Cookstown v Moortown
Galbally v Beragh
Greencastle v Newtownstewart
Pomeroy v Urney
Stewartstown v Augher
Strabane v Owen Roes

Sunday 16th June

Augher v Newtownstewart
Clogher v Moortown
Cookstown v Loughmacrory
Galbally v Aghyaran
Gortin v Beragh
Owen Roes v Pomeroy
Stewartstown v Greencastle
Urney v Strabane

Sunday 7th July

Augher v Moortown
Beragh v Pomeroy
Clogher v Stewartstown
Cookstown v Newtownstewart
Gortin v Owen Roes
Greencastle v Urney
Loughmacrory v Galbally
Strabane v Aghyaran

Sunday 28th July

Aghyaran v Pomeroy
Clogher v Augher
Galbally v Owen Roes
Gortin v Cookstown
Moortown v Greencastle
Newtownstewart v Loughmacrory
Strabane v Beragh
Urney v Stewartstown

Sunday 11th August

Augher v Galbally
Cookstown v Strabane
Greencastle v Beragh
Loughmacrory v Moortown
Newtownstewart v Aghyaran
Owen Roes v Urney
Pomeroy v Clogher
Stewartstown v Gortin

Saturday 17th August

Aghyaran v Cookstown
Beragh v Clogher
Galbally v Moortown
Gortin v Loughmacrory
Greencastle v Owen Roes
Stewartstown v Pomeroy
Strabane v Newtownstewart
Urney v Augher

Saturday 14th September

Aghyaran v Greencastle
Augher v Gortin
Clogher v Strabane
Cookstown v Pomeroy
Moortown v Beragh
Newtownstewart v Owen Roes
Stewartstown v Galbally
Urney v Loughmacrory

Saturday 28th September

Beragh v Cookstown
Greencastle v Galbally
Loughmacrory v Strabane
Newtownstewart v Gortin
Owen Roes v Augher
Pomeroy v Moortown
Stewartstown v Aghyaran
Urney v Clogher

Saturday 12th October

Augher v Strabane
Beragh v Loughmacrory
Galbally v Cookstown
Gortin v Clogher
Moortown v Newtownstewart
Owen Roes v Stewartstown
Pomeroy v Greencastle
Urney v Aghyaran

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: March 10, 2019, 06:42:58 PM »
Fixtures out


Sunday 31st March

Ardboe v Moy
Clonoe v Edendork
Derrylaughan v Coalisland
Dungannon v Killyclogher
Eglish v Dromore
Errigal Ciaran v An Charraig Mhór
Omagh v Donaghmore
Tattyreagh v Trillick

Sunday 7th April

An Charraig Mhór v Ardboe
Donaghmore v Derrylaughan
Dromore v Trillick
Edendork v Tattyreagh
Eglish v Errigal Ciaran
Killyclogher v Clonoe
Moy v Coalisland
Omagh v Dungannon

Sunday 14th April

An Charraig Mhór v Omagh
Clonoe v Errigal Ciaran
Coalisland v Tattyreagh
Donaghmore v Dromore
Dungannon v Ardboe
Killyclogher v Eglish
Moy v Edendork
Trillick v Derrylaughan

Saturday 20th April

Ardboe v Edendork
Clonoe v Eglish
Coalisland v Omagh
Derrylaughan v Dromore
Donaghmore v Trillick
Dungannon v An Charraig Mhór
Errigal Ciaran v Killyclogher
Moy v Tattyreagh

Friday 26th April
(Reserve Sunday 28th April)
An Charraig Mhór v Killyclogher
Donaghmore v Coalisland
Dromore v Moy
Edendork v Dungannon
Eglish v Ardboe
Errigal Ciaran v Derrylaughan
Tattyreagh v Omagh
Trillick v Clonoe

Sunday 19th May

Ardboe v Errigal Ciaran
Clonoe v Dungannon
Derrylaughan v Moy
Dromore v Coalisland
Eglish v An Charraig Mhór
Killyclogher v Edendork
Tattyreagh v Donaghmore
Trillick v Omagh

Sunday 2nd June

Ardboe v Killyclogher
Clonoe v An Charraig Mhór
Derrylaughan v Tattyreagh
Dromore v Omagh
Dungannon v Eglish
Errigal Ciaran v Edendork
Moy v Donaghmore
Trillick v Coalisland

Sunday 16th June

Ardboe v Trillick
Derrylaughan v Dungannon
Edendork v Dromore
Eglish v Donaghmore
Killyclogher v Coalisland
Moy v Clonoe
Omagh v Errigal Ciaran
Tattyreagh v An Charraig Mhór

Sunday 7th June

Coalisland v Edendork
Derrylaughan v An Charraig Mhór
Dromore v Ardboe
Dungannon v Donaghmore
Errigal Ciaran v Trillick
Moy v Eglish
Omagh v Killyclogher
Tattyreagh v Clonoe

Sunday 28th July

An Charraig Mhór v Donaghmore
Ardboe v Omagh
Clonoe v Derrylaughan
Dromore v Killyclogher
Eglish v Tattyreagh
Errigal Ciaran v Coalisland
Moy v Dungannon
Trillick v Edendork

Sunday 11th August

An Charraig Mhór v Moy
Ardboe v Tattyreagh
Clonoe v Coalisland
Donaghmore v Errigal Ciaran
Dungannon v Dromore
Edendork v Omagh
Killyclogher v Derrylaughan
Trillick v Eglish

Saturday 17th August

An Charraig Mhór v Trillick
Coalisland v Dungannon
Derrylaughan v Edendork
Donaghmore v Ardboe
Dromore v Clonoe
Eglish v Omagh
Killyclogher v Moy
Tattyreagh v Errigal Ciaran

Saturday 7th September

An Charraig Mhór v Dromore
Ardboe v Derrylaughan
Coalisland v Eglish
Edendork v Donaghmore
Moy v Errigal Ciaran
Omagh v Clonoe
Tattyreagh v Killyclogher
Trillick v Dungannon

Saturday 21st September

Coalisland v Ardboe
Derrylaughan v Eglish
Donaghmore v Clonoe
Dungannon v Tattyreagh
Edendork v An Charraig Mhór
Errigal Ciaran v Dromore
Killyclogher v Trillick
Omagh v Moy

Saturday 5th October

Clonoe v Ardboe
Coalisland v An Charraig Mhór
Donaghmore v Killyclogher
Edendork v Eglish
Errigal Ciaran v Dungannon
Omagh v Derrylaughan
Tattyreagh v Dromore
Trillick v Moy

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: March 06, 2019, 07:29:58 PM »
Declan Bogue on off the ball today saying he'd heard from a good source that the tyrone panel were approximately 6 weeks behind last year's fitness levels at this stage. Makes sense when you see performances recently. Much better support from runners that was very poor in first two games.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: February 23, 2019, 10:19:49 PM »
What's the story with Lee Brennan?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: February 23, 2019, 09:30:46 PM »
The only thing i cant figure out were Tyrone good or monaghan shite,nice to see some early ball into the forward line moving foward i hope we can make it work

That was good to see, got so many scores off it. Petey Harte was unreal tonight. Real pity that chip didn't go in, would have been a contender for goal of the year.

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