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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: March 05, 2020, 06:38:27 PM »
I think theyíve only lost Corr to the Fianna and Gervin to Ardboe so 2 players transferred in 10 years would hardly constitute thatís itís a regular thing. Gervin lives in ardboe too as far as I know.


Rouse to Moy...
McNally to Fianna(for about a month)

Rouse was managing the Moy at that time and played for and managed brackaville since that.

So 4 players in the past 10 years or less, is a good few, some clubs haven't lost 4 players in 100 years to a neighbouring parish, as for Rouse, he still left during his playing career to play for another club

Did he not come back to manage them aswell and look money for the job

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: February 23, 2020, 07:46:59 PM »
Bleak prospects now after what happened today.

Four red cards in four games so far, the first one was very harsh today but our discipline has let us down.

McNamee was probably our best player, battled away against pretty bleak prospects, McCurry showed up well too.

The numeric disadvantage means we can't read too much into things, we butchered a load of goals chances before the red card and probably would have been leading otherwise.

Tiernan McCann looks utterly done at this level for me, thought he was dire today and seems to have lost a lot of pace.

With McShane gone for the rest of the season and Donnelly having big question marks over his fitness, it looks like we have huge problems to address.

Good to see Hampsey and McKernan return, Hampsey looked miles off it when he came in though.

I agree this was utterly embarrassing sludden and harte were dreadful and have been for quite some time. Burns and mc geary looked like they rather be in pomeroy. Too wet and mucky for poor tiarnan, Rafferty on comer worst tactical match up ever, Kennedy, petsy would of offered more today I could continue. Thankfully they be dumped out early and a good club season might happen.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: February 12, 2020, 08:06:43 AM »
Hear the youth grades are out. Anyone able to post them?

Under 14
U14 Grade 1A
Cookstown
Galbally
Errigal Ciaran
Donaghmore
Dungannon
Ardboe
U14 Grade 1B
Carrickmore
Dromore
Cappagh
Trillick
Badoney
Fintona

U14 Grade 2A
Killeeshil
Coalisland
Eglish
Kildress
Moortown
Edendork
U14 Grade 2B
Drumragh
Castlederg
Strabane
Beragh
Omagh
Loughmacrory

U14 Grade 3A
Stewartstown
Cookstown
Donaghmore
Clonoe
Rock
Moy
U14 Grade 3B
Pomeroy
Aghaloo
Clann na nGael
Owen Roes
Greencastle

U14 Grade 4A
Gael Naomh Padraig
Errigal Ciaran
Derrytresk
Brackaville
Derrylaughan
St Brigidís
U14 Grade 4B
Eskra
Naomh Eoghan
Urney
Aghyaran
Drumquin
Tattyreagh


Under 16 
Under 16 1A
Ardboe
Clonoe
Coalisland
Dungannon
Donaghmore
Cookstown
Under 16 1B
Cappagh
Both Domhnaigh
Loughmacrory
Carrickmore
Trillick
Omagh

Under 16 2A
Moy
Eglish
Galbally
Kildress
Errigal
Stewartstown
Under 16 2B
Beragh
Pomeroy
Drumragh
Fintona
Strabane
Dromore

Under 16 3A
Moortown
Aghaloo
Derrylaughan
Donaghmore
Killeeshil
Edendork
Under 16 3B
Naomh Eoghan
Tattyreagh
Drumquin
Gael Naomh Padraig
Aghyaran
Greencastle

Under 16 4
Derrytresk
Rock
Brackaville
Owen Roes
St Brigidís
Eskra



Under 18
Under 18 1A
Eglish
Coalisland
Ardboe
Donaghmore
Errigal Ciaran
Dungannon
Under 18 1B
Trillick
Cappagh
Carrickmore
Strabane
Clann na nGael
Omagh

Under 18 2A
Galbally
Kildress
Edendork
Cookstown
Moortown
Clonoe
Under 18 2B
Drumragh
Loughmacrory
Greencastle
Aghyaran
Dromore
Fintona

Under 18 3A
Donaghmore
Derrylaughan
Killeeshil
Moy
Rock
Under 18 3B
Naomh Eoghan
Both Domhnaigh
Beragh
Pomeroy
Gael Naomh Padraig

Under 18 Grade 4
Stewartstown
Derrytresk
Tattyreagh
St Brigids
Brackaville

What are the Moy playing at going into G3 at minor level. They were one of the stronger teams in G2 at U16 2 years ago....think they got to a final so canít understand why they are G3.
A club on a downward spiral

Theres a few clubs on a downward spiral these days. Its a bitter sweet

No sign of Urney at U14, U16 or Minors, I believe they were either playing with Newtown or else planning to but that has changed now since the formation of Naomh Eoghain. Are they playing with some other club? Possibly the Derg, dont see them there either but? Can't see it being Strabane

Urney players going to Newton now too? Newton are becoming as bad as errigal.

Why is that topofthesoil?

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: February 09, 2020, 03:52:20 PM »
Tiarnan mc Cann and conor myler they are currently stinking the place out in edendork.

Jeez, thatís harsh, I thought McCann had a great second half.

I posted at half time when both were horrific slightly better second half

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: February 09, 2020, 02:38:11 PM »
Tiarnan mc Cann and conor myler they are currently stinking the place out in edendork.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: February 05, 2020, 08:18:58 AM »
How many divisions will there be when they change it

Four divisions from 2021 - first three divisions containing 12 teams each & fourth division containing all other teams, which should be 12 provided no other clubs disband or Errigal Ciaran fold their thirds team by then.

From what I believe there possibly may be a couple new junior teams.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: November 24, 2019, 10:46:12 AM »
The question that really needs answered is what actually has he done in 12 months of his role?? Absolutely nothing all the good work daly done is gone now

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 09, 2019, 10:45:31 PM »
This ballygawley team showing their metal again I see  ::)

No point running around looking boxing when the game is over either. What you think of that moonshine?

Local expert/Tintown aka fianna men. Hard to beat a bit of handbags you boys would know all about it and you do it to each other  ;) .. no not a league team anymore what does that leave you

Just the 2 points in the second half in this final moonshine.  All these parish trials you have over the xmas period to pick 5 teams and tell 20 men better luck next year and you can only score 13 times across two finals?

Better get the cheque book out!

We may get the old cheque book out been 4 or 5 years since it was out.. but doesn't always get you success as you know.. trials :D do you go watch killyman and brackaville trials??

Ps I hear you are learning them the antics at a younger age up their now. Poor old badoney still trying to fix the changing rooms up

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 09, 2019, 08:16:37 PM »
This ballygawley team showing their metal again I see  ::)

No point running around looking boxing when the game is over either. What you think of that moonshine?

Local expert/Tintown aka fianna men. Hard to beat a bit of handbags you boys would know all about it and you do it to each other  ;) .. no not a league team anymore what does that leave you

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 08, 2019, 02:00:19 PM »
Newtonstewart will stay up imo.

If they can survive this relegation dog fight they will be in a strong place for next season. With them and Dregish joining forces youd imagine they will find themselves in Div 1 the following year.
Ignoring the bold because they will never be in Division 1. Does a new club (St Eugenes) not have to start at the bottom?? So in other words, is there any point in Newton trying to stay up as they have to go to junior level next year as a new club??? Or am i completely doating?

Ballygawley joined with Glencull and got staying in Division 1.

what about when they joined with the rest of them?

They won 2 Ulster's and 7 championships  that's what happened old friend  ;)

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 04, 2019, 04:14:09 PM »
I think penalties after a replay would be a fair enough outcome. I have sympathy for the Rock and Trillick going out on penalties first day out but that social media post from the Rock is embarrassing.

Agreed. The Rock come across as sore losers. Would there have been an outcry if theyíd won on penalties? I donít mind the winner on the day stipulation. Though I donít see why itís restricted to the same 5 over and over again.

I'd imagine all teams would of had to agree to penalties prior to game? Maybe both thought they were going to win?

Disappointing thought trillick would of joined us on the ulster honours list this year.

Local expert/tintown thoughts on your clubs behaviour towards ref today  ;) embarrassing to say the least but I suppose nothing knew their.. does the 3rd chuckle brother get another year  surely he will be out in his ear after that today. Before you rattle on yes we would rather of won 4 weeks ago

Fair play to the two teams responsible for the two worst performances in the senior championship this year making the league final....

Hard not to agree with you here!!

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: November 03, 2019, 11:37:41 PM »
I think penalties after a replay would be a fair enough outcome. I have sympathy for the Rock and Trillick going out on penalties first day out but that social media post from the Rock is embarrassing.

Agreed. The Rock come across as sore losers. Would there have been an outcry if theyíd won on penalties? I donít mind the winner on the day stipulation. Though I donít see why itís restricted to the same 5 over and over again.

I'd imagine all teams would of had to agree to penalties prior to game? Maybe both thought they were going to win?

Disappointing thought trillick would of joined us on the ulster honours list this year.

Local expert/tintown thoughts on your clubs behaviour towards ref today  ;) embarrassing to say the least but I suppose nothing knew their.. does the 3rd chuckle brother get another year  surely he will be out in his ear after that today. Before you rattle on yes we would rather of won 4 weeks ago

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 25, 2019, 12:09:25 PM »
Regardless, on the the image itself which has no relevance to the argument. Take a sec and look how closely all the clubs up round us are clustered in the east, and the clubs year on year produce talent. A number of us are in Div 1 aswell, remarkable. Compared to the westies, who only have a handful of div 1 teams.

Once again...




'twas actually thinking more in mind of the discussion concerning Dregish & Newtownstewart. But whatever makes your opinion the centre of the universe. 🙄

Oh, just a reminder, Errigal Ciaran is simply a one-parish club, that being the parish of Errigal Ciaran. Plenty of other clubs in Tyrone which are the only ones in their parish, and before anyone tries to get smart, the effective catchment area of many such clubs often go beyond parish lines, for example Beragh, Sixmilecross and Seskinore all lie in the one parish, however 6MX is somewhat split between Beragh, Carrickmore and Errigal, while most in Seskinore go with Fintona rather than Beragh.

Do errigal scouts get paid much i wonder. Transfer window a busy time of year.

Coalisland scouts would be better positioned in answering that

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 14, 2019, 04:48:50 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

good to have you back. Some win for your u21's.
Errigal are filled with hot air

Grade 2 u21 championship for a club steeped in tradition like coalisland marvellous achievement. Just good to see white bap behaved himself in this u21 final.


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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: October 14, 2019, 04:46:38 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

Great to have you back localexpert you should never hide in defeat. Or maybe you forgot your password to the tintown account..

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