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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: December 01, 2019, 10:34:11 AM »
Was at the Galbally game, a great match up and the result was probably about right. Magheracloone were the better side. Harsh to say Galbally took their eye off the ball with the team talk awards but I take your point, probably could have been avoided. (Kevin Kelly probably asked they take part)

I thought Galbally left if all out on the pitch. Handled themselves like champions the whole way through the Ulster campaign.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 30, 2019, 09:15:37 PM »
The lough beat Eglish
Fully deserved, Eglish missing a few men from the last day through injury, some turn around from winning league last year and straight back down

Didnít see the game, I incorrectly tipped Eglish to win the game. Credit to Loughmacrory they must have had some game. No handy games in Senior Football next season the calibre in the promoted sides will leave things interesting.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 28, 2019, 11:46:21 PM »
Whos favorite for D1 Playoff this weekend?

Eglish for me, will be close and I think McKenna will play if required. Heís already come out with a no regrets statement which I applaud!!

Why? He'll obviously only get a fine but what if an Edendork player had decided to take him out and he suffered a major injury or just a major injury by cruel luck? He's no regrets because he got away with it - I don't think you'll see him play again for Eglish until his time in Australia is over, but what he did will probably keep Eglish up, I expect them to finish off Loughmacrory.

Personally I think he was foolish to play in the game. He's a star over in Oz now.

Good point. Edendork have form in this regard remember Cavanagh last year. I think he had his head stood on.

And then "STOOPED" even lower threatening legal action afterwards ..... glad to see them away

Come on now LE.....didn't the fianna allow the PSNI on their grounds there awhile ago....and it wasn't to help in the search for you  :o

I applauded McKennaís statement because he didnít regret helping his club despite the concerns coming from Essedon. He will be well fit to cover the fine he receives. He then went onto recognise that without his club he wouldnít be in Australia playing professional sport. So the penalty he faces doesnít outweigh his love for Eglish and club football.

I agree any player that steps out to play against a Damien Barton led Edendork does risk injury. Also some might argue the risk is greater against this Loughmacrory side but it comes back to the good of the club!!

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 27, 2019, 11:07:25 PM »
Whos favorite for D1 Playoff this weekend?

Eglish for me, will be close and I think McKenna will play if required. Heís already come out with a no regrets statement which I applaud!!

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: November 23, 2019, 12:17:56 PM »
See Horse has been linked or added to the Slaughtneil management team. This canít sit well with the county board who set him up with a nice full time position while he helps ruin the county set up now heís off taking another salary!! Questions have to be asked.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 18, 2019, 02:03:11 PM »
Big set back for Cookstown to be relegated to Division 3 for 2020.

Was at the game yesterday. Fair play to Newtown they were the hungrier side and deserved their victory.

Them v Killeeshil next week a massive tie for both.

As someone said earlier, there won't be too many sad to see Cookstown go down. Something about them over recent times leaves a bad taste in the mouth. Talk of infighting tells its own story. Poor squad at the minute and no real sparks of hope at underage so may well find themselves down there for a wee bit. Kildress can attest that it's not an easy division to get out of once you go down.

Was Mugsy not with Fulham Irish this year. Wonder was he registered with them as a player as well as manager? If so, surely would have needed a transfer back to come on to Cookstown?

Cookstown maybe appeal that they fielded an unregistered player and seek a replay  ;D ;D

They've been at worse

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 17, 2019, 07:40:22 PM »
Townies are junior. Well it hasn't been a bad year after all.

Did I hear they even wheeled out Mugsy for the day?

Excellent news, perhaps they can take time and reflect and bounce back a better club. All Ireland Junior will be the target now 😂

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 17, 2019, 03:08:13 PM »
Dungannon hurling lose on penalties!! Tyrone clubs are the English of penalty shootouts!! Rather depressing  :-[

Dungannon played exceptional

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 17, 2019, 11:14:15 AM »
Quote from: redzone
[quote author=Tyrone Gaa link=topic=12.msg1939690#msg1939690 date=1573853100
Did niall oneill step down, thought he done a great job last year with them.

Iíd imagine even the Clonoe support couldnít listen to him. Never seen worse!! The man canít handle himself.

Didn't know that, must be a thing up there as o hagan is a massive mouth piece too

Didnít know OíNeill is a menace? If you've seen Clonoe play under his management itís hard to miss. Iím sure the refereeís of Tyrone will be delighted. I couldnít imagine Stevie McDonnell looking anyone like that about him.

Menace? Catch yourself on! Niall is well respected in clonoe as a player and as manager as well. Hes passionate and loses his temper sometimes what's the problem?
[/quote]

Sorry to upset you Niall, but you lose your temper all the time. Ignorance cannot be substituted as passion!! An absolute disgrace, clonoe people stand back and laugh. Clown

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 15, 2019, 10:08:14 PM »
Did niall oneill step down, thought he done a great job last year with them.

Iíd imagine even the Clonoe support couldnít listen to him. Never seen worse!! The man canít handle himself.

Didn't know that, must be a thing up there as o hagan is a massive mouth piece too

Didnít know OíNeill is a menace? If you've seen Clonoe play under his management itís hard to miss. Iím sure the refereeís of Tyrone will be delighted. I couldnít imagine Stevie McDonnell looking anyone like that about him.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 15, 2019, 09:25:00 PM »
Did niall oneill step down, thought he done a great job last year with them.

Iíd imagine even the Clonoe support couldnít listen to him. Never seen worse!! The man canít handle himself.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 15, 2019, 01:14:48 PM »
I still think Cookstown have that tag as a disliked club (if not the most).  They were a team of complete thugs for years. I wont be disappointed to see them take the drop into junior football.  Loughmacrory are on the edge there have been serious incidents that put the spotlight on their club due to some players actions but I wouldnt say the team go out to look to shake things up the way that Cookstown 1 to 15 was full of dirt.  Which is a pity because when you sit back and see the good work off the pitch that Loughmarcory are doing they are a beacon showing all clubs what's possible with a united community

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 13, 2019, 10:08:32 PM »
Essodon not happy Conor Mc Kenna helped his club at the weekend.

The obvious question is will he then play in the final playoff game. Eglish are probably lucky Pomeroy got an automatic place they should be able to see off any of the other 4 in my opinion even without McKenna.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 09, 2019, 04:07:43 PM »
Barton has taken Edendork to Intermediate football. He leaves Edendork with a bucketloads of cash likely looking a new club to exploit. Would be hard to see Edendork giving him more dough to stay on.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 04, 2019, 01:44:37 PM »
Meanwhile, back within the county Errigal Ciaran & Dromore will meet in the ACL Division 1 league final...

Coalisland 1-10 Errigal Ciaran 4-9
Clonoe 0-9 Dromore 1-10


...whilst in Division 3, Killeeshil and Kildress will meet in the promotion play-off final having accounted for Brocagh & Castlederg...

Castlederg 0-5 Kildress 1-14
Killeeshil 0-18 Brocagh 0-7


...Division 1 league final is tentatively down for this Saturday at 2pm (venue TBA), at the same time Eglish will host Edendork in the Division 1 relegation play-off, with the loser demoted to Division 2 for 2020.

On Sunday is the final round of league games in Division 2...

Augher vs. Strabane
Beragh vs. Loughmacrory
Galbally vs. Cookstown
Gortin vs. Clogher
Moortown vs. Newtownstewart
Owen Roes vs. Stewartstown
Pomeroy vs. Greencastle

Throw-in is down for all games at 2.30pm, while if any reserve games happen then they're down for 1pm. Urney & Aghyaran brought their tie forward to yesterday (Saturday) and an already relegated Urney won 3-13 to 2-14.

A win against Cookstown will guarantee a league & championship double for Galbally, but anything else could see Loughmacrory (whom beat Galbally on head to head) finish on top, while a win for Pomeroy against Greencastle could still mathematically see them involved in a play-off - however the stars would have to align towards a three-way tie on final league points for that to happen as Pomeroy were defeated by both Galbally & Loughmacrory in earlier league rounds. Due to Loughmacrory's walkover vs. Strabane, score difference will not apply in that scenario! However, a Pomeroy win and a loss by Loughmacrory to Beragh would see Pomeroy finish second behind Galbally and take an automatic promotion spot! Ooh err!

Down at the foot, both Stewartstown and Strabane require at least a draw to ensure they don't become entangled in relegation play-offs, while a win for either Newtownstewart or Cookstown could end up with a mix of permutations - however, it looks likely both sides will play each other in the Division 2 relegation play-off, with the winners meeting either Killeeshil or Kildress.

As for the rest, Clogher & Owen Roes already have promotion play-off spots secured, but the final sixth-placed spot is wide open and I'm not going to start breaking that one down! :o

Also, for whatever reason, Rock vs. Glenelly is down also for Sunday as the only unfulfilled Division 3 league tie. If it happens, 1pm Reserve & 2.30pm Senior. The more important Division 3 tie, being the promotion play-off tie between Killeeshil and Kildress, is down for 2pm (neutral venue, TBA).

Still to be fixed - both the senior reserve & junior reserve championship knockout finals between Omagh vs. Errigal Ciaran and Rock vs. Drumragh.

Finally, all the best to Dungannon in the Ulster club IHC final against St. Enda's of Antrim this coming Saturday, throw-in is 4pm in Owenbeg.

Great post.

Junior reserve final fixed for weekend of 16th November.. What a shambles that is. Not one county senior involved in junior this year and fixtures still being played in mid November.

Shows that Eunan Lindsay isn't capable of running the CCC.  I can't for the life of me how he got the job in the first place.  Imagine that as a future County Board Chairperson.  I'd love to see a shake up in Gravaghy, Jobs for the boys that's all it is.

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