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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: December 08, 2013, 12:09:19 PM »
P J Quinn back in the senior squad.

Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 29, 2011, 11:37:38 PM »
Under-21 panel for the Cremartin cup:

Saturday 29th January 2011
Cremartin Cup in Pomeory at 12pm

Tyrone v Fermanagh


Ronan McNamee
Shea McGuigan
Finbar McQuaid
Michael Slane
Caolan Daly
Paddy McNeice
Ryan Pickering
Ciaran Girvan
Niall Gavin
Niall McKenna
Ronan McNabb
Niall Sludden
Stefan McKenna
Niall Morgan
Ryan McKenna
Peter Harte
Ronan McAnenely
Diarmuid McNulty
Ruairi Keenan
Kevin Mossey
Sean Warnock
John McCullagh
Tiernan McCann
Matthew Donnelly
Richard Donnelly
Ronan O’Neill
Tomas Canavan
Ronan Tierney
Aaron McCarney

Nothing changes in selection policy.

Whats your point?

GAA Discussion / Re: Death of Micky's Harte's daughter
« on: January 14, 2011, 02:57:10 PM »
I believe the cortege is now on its way down the M1.

GAA Discussion / Re: Death of Micky's Harte's daughter
« on: January 14, 2011, 01:06:36 PM »
Thanks for that EC.

GAA Discussion / Re: Death of Micky's Harte's daughter
« on: January 14, 2011, 11:10:39 AM »
lads can anyone familiar with the area give directions of how to get to the wake and where to park the car etc

Perhaps EC could keep us posted on this?

GAA Discussion / Re: Death of Micky's Harte's daughter
« on: January 12, 2011, 01:29:05 PM »
Just after reading the entire thread. Unbelievable & tragic.

God must've needed another angel.

RIP Michaela.

Condolences to the Harte & McAreavey Families.

Totally astonished by that performance today. Shadow-boxed for 20 mins and then destroyed them. As LB says, Tyrone have completely changed tact in terms of defensive strategy. Mickey seems to have convinced the FB line that they can cope with any opponent without hauling in reinforcements.

Tyrone won that by 10 points without a conventional FF line at all. Truely astonishing result.

Yep, just changes personnel to suit the occasion.

GAA Discussion / Re: CONNACHT FINAL ROS v SLIGO 18th July 2010
« on: July 18, 2010, 05:47:22 PM »
Congrats to the Rossies. Brilliant win.

I would say that's JP's last appearance in a county jersey, and it's a great shame if he goes out like that. We're out again in a week and the way things are going we'd be doing well to trouble those qualifier teams coming through. JP's injury looked like a reoccurance of his knee problem which has troubled him for a while, and as I said before I think this would be his last year for the county.

On the game, well what can you say? Absolute disaster for Monaghan, every possible thing that could go wrong did. We made silly mistakes from beginning to end, players were slipping all over the place, taking the wrong option the majority of times, and so on. As the game wore on we struggled to break down Tyrone and work it into their third of the pitch, the wrong ball was going in time after time but the forwards weren't making runs and looking for it(although this was also the case for most of the game). Tyrone just suffocated us and squeezed the life out of us, it was impossible to claw our way back into the game. We just had no answer for it and as the game went into it's final stages Tyrone added the extra few scores to put gloss on the scoreline. Disasterous also from the point of view of the injuries picked up. As I say JP's didn't look good, Duffy seemed to hurt his leg again in a late kick-out and Hughes also looked to go over on his ankle but played on. Doubtful if Vinny will be back in time by the looks of it, there's alot to worry about with the next game in just a week. We will have our work cut out for us against any of the four teams at this rate, but knowing our luck I'm expecting Cork away.

I still can't figure out what went wrong for Monaghan?

Maybe just beaten by the better team on the day?

GAA Discussion / Re: CONNACHT FINAL ROS v SLIGO 18th July 2010
« on: July 18, 2010, 05:31:43 PM »
Costello is unreal.

is that the Mayo man?

GAA Discussion / Re: CONNACHT FINAL ROS v SLIGO 18th July 2010
« on: July 18, 2010, 04:33:47 PM »
Size, strength and physical power the big difference between the teams. Sligo unable to break the tackles. They'll run out of puff labouring against bigger men. They look in trouble to me.

Is O'Hara playing?

He's on the field anyhow!

Nolan did not have a great game. Average. And Cullen was one of the reasons we won. His tracking and covering at wing forward was absolutely brilliant. Its taken the management the guts of 2 years to make a decision to play him at WF. that was a question that and Dublin fan could haveanswered during the commercial break for Coronation Street.

The full back line only had to mark two men!! Course they looked great.

I thought Mc Auley was great. Love the way he physically imposes himself. Great bit of stuff.
I thought I remember you being on record as saying Cullen should be centre back?

But I totally agree he's a wing forward, and should be one of the first names on the teamsheet as he's way ahead of Flynn and Corkery. He worked really hard, forced a couple of turnovers, but only Fitzsimons for Dublin had less touches of the ball (for lads who played all/most of the game.) Maybe I'm being too harsh (probably am) or expecting too much but I believe there's more to come from Bryan. He's a good passer and a very good man to take a score, and he didnt get the opportunity to show that side of his game.

Not sure what your problem is with Nolan. Hoovered up lots of breaking ball, used it really well and also got some good tackles in. Missed a chance for a score alright but still IMO was probably our best half back on the day. Well done to him.
I've never got the hype about Nolan.

Superb minor as I'm sure you know Indy - injuries over the last couple of years seem to have taken their toll - I hope he can fulfill his undoubted potential but I have my doubts.

If we get anyone other than Monaghan, the balance of the team up front will have to change the next day as I'd expect to see B Brogan doubled up the next day and there aren't enough other score takers up front

Dont know if Monaghan can recover from that today tbh. Would expect Dublin to beat them easily.

Great team performance from Tyrone against an a very poor Monaghan.  Mc Carron or Gormley for MOTM.

McCarron for me Carmen. As you say, a great team performance, but Monaghan were very disappointing.

As ever Eugene McGee is the sharpest knife in the drawer in his colum in the Indo today.  He also makes the point - while clearly condeming the assults - what was Sludden up to hanging around taking the names of Louth players who were telling him what a bolix he is. 
Also in the general hoha Sluddens 'previous' has been ignored and you have to ask what halfwit is responsible for letting him officiate at this level?  He has always been a disaster waiting to happen.

Or any level for that matter. :'(  He is completely
out of his depth when trying to officiate at a senior club championship match, never mind an inter county provincial final : >:(

But that's the problem here mackiernan. I agree the circumstances were different, but it's subjective opinion rather than factual. How do we know England wouldn't have gone on to win. I agree, but hard cases make bad laws, so it's hard to say if one decision merits a replay over another, in the laws.

for example, if Meath scored that 'goal' 3 minutes earlier would it have the same outcry? 4 minutes? 6 minutes? 15 minutes?

I agree with what you are saying, but it's hard to legislate effectively for instances like this. You have to have a level of 'gut feel', and that doesn't translate into laws and rules. I think in this case the GAA is depending on Meath to get them out of a rut by offering a replay.

Spot on AZ.

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