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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: January 25, 2020, 12:19:52 PM »
Starting 15 V Meath:
1. Niall Morgan
2. HP McGeary
3. Ronan McNammee (C)
4. Liam Rafferty
5. Michael Cassidy
6. Rory Brennan
7. Tiernan McCann
8. Colm Cavanagh
9. Conn Kilpatrick
10. Conor Meyler
11. Niall Sludden
12. Darren McCurry
13. Kieran McGeary
14. Frank Burns
15. Ronan O’Neill

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 22, 2020, 01:18:10 PM »
So will there be 12 teams in division one will that be 11 games a season.

Home and away so 22 games a season. From 2021.
11 Starred games worth 2 points and 11 non starred games worth 4 points.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 21, 2020, 10:21:37 PM »
Reserve format to stay the same, but intention to continue running games in the summer even during breaks in Senior games.
Youth proposal passed. Aiming to condense season down.
Senior format to change to 4 divisions in 2021.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 21, 2020, 07:48:02 PM »
In all honesty, what is the chances of Stevie Ferguson and Mchugh taking moortown to senior football. In tattyreagh he had James Darcy, Eoghan Murray and the Harkins, in moortown he has a pile of overrated youth players

Is it not true a "pile of overrated youth players" are no longer involved in football around Moortown??
Butch Kelly still plays for Moortown, not sure of anyone who no longer play with Moortown.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 21, 2020, 07:47:14 PM »
In all honesty, what is the chances of Stevie Ferguson and Mchugh taking moortown to senior football. In tattyreagh he had James Darcy, Eoghan Murray and the Harkins, in moortown he has a pile of overrated youth players
With the McLernons fit and Mark Devlin off the U17s last year Moortown could well push promotion very close this year. These players added alongside Peter Devlin and the likes they have a very good team.
Other than Edendork no other teams in Intermediate would worry them.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 20, 2020, 10:25:32 PM »
Can’t wait to see the Rock relegated from D2 as usual this year. Hateful shower of bastards and them shite
Don’t think Rock will be in the relegation picture this year. Conor McCreesh back is some boost to them. A forward line with McCreesh, McGarrity and Liam Nugent is plenty of fire power and add in Murphy in the middle of the field, they’ve enough to comfortably stay up.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: January 19, 2020, 06:10:50 PM »
St Mary's beat after Extra time today by UCD. That leaves Rafferty and Kilpatrick free and available for Saturday night. Hopefully see the two of them get plenty of game time during the league, could have a big impact this year.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: January 18, 2020, 10:19:47 PM »
Poor enough game tonight, plenty of dew on the surface which meant the ball didn't bounce and there were a lot of handling errors.

McCurry was the star man for Tyrone when he came in, showed well for the ball and hit a number of lovely points. Ronan O'Neill scored a few nice points as well but struggled to win his own ball.

I thought Michael O'Neill looked very good at no 6, got on a lot of ball, made a few good turnovers and chipped in with a nice point in the first half. He may have put himself in the reckoning for next weekend. Kerr started off well, won a bit of ball and has a nice turn of pace and hit a good point early on but went very quiet for the remainder of the game, looks like he is worth keeping around for the league. Thought Quinn was solid at corner back, he's a good frame on him but is all bone at the minute and I'd say he needs a year or two in the gym before he'll force himself in that defence.

We had Burns at FF and he won a lot of ball but I think he looks like a fish out of water there, he didn't look comfortable there, hit a few wild shots and doesn't seem to be able to turn on the run so ended up 10 yards further back everytime he collected the ball. It's an experiment not worth looking at again for me.

McNamee and Hugh Pat were very good at the back, solid and won their battles fairly comprehensively. Colm Cavanagh got on an awful lot of ball in the first half and seems in good shape, he played as an orthodox midfielder tonight and had a good first half. Grugan really underwhelmed again and could be one of those likely to get the chop if we are cutting down the squad before the league. Tiarnan McCann had a poor enough game too. Meyler and McGeary got through a lot of work as usual.

I'd like to see something like the following for Meath next weekend.

1. Morgan
2. HP McGeary
3. McNamee
4. R Brennan
5. F Burns
6. M O'Neill
7. Rafferty
8. Cavanagh
9. Kilpatrick
10. K McGeary
11. Coney
12. Sludden
13. McCurry
14. C McCann
15. R O'Neill

That full forward line isn't going to put fear into anyone but we are bereft of a lot of options at the minute, Donnelly and Harte would be in there if available. McShane and Skeet are gone and I didn't think Burns worked there tonight. C McCann seems to have done ok in his two outings there so far so he should get the chance next weekend.

I'd give R O'Neill the benefit of the doubt tonight, we will probably need someone for the frees from the left and while he struggled to win ball he did finish off with a few nice points from play.
1. Morgan
2. Rafferty
3. McNamee
4. HP McGeary
5. Cassidy
6. R Brennan
7. M O’Neill
8. Cavanagh
9. Kilpatrick
10. K McGeary
11. Sludden
12. Meyler
13. McCurry
14. F Burns
15. R O'Neill

I’d give Burns another try at full forward. Was very disappointed with Coney so far, wouldn’t expect him to get a start next week. We have enough players who drop deep, recycle possession and get plenty of touches. Think you get much more penetration with McGeary Sludden and Meyler. Would like to see plenty of Kilpatrick during the league, has been excellent so far.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: January 11, 2020, 04:20:24 PM »
Tyrone U20 Panel:
Eunan Devlin - Ardboe
Cormac Munroe - Carrickmore
Ruairi Slane - Carrickmore
Lorcan McBride - Carrickmore
Ryan McCabe - Clonoe
Tiarnan Quinn (VC) - Coalisland
Lorcan Quinn - Donaghmore
James McCann - Donaghmore
Caolan Slevin - Dromore
Cathal Colton - Dromore
Mark McGale - Dromore
Aaron Montgormery - Drumragh
Kevin Barker - Dungannon
Ryan Jones - Dungannon
Conall Devlin - Dungannon
Neil Kilpatrick - Edendork
Ethan Jordan - Eglish
Darragh Canavan - Errigal Ciaran
Joe Oguz - Errigal Ciaran
Cormac Quinn - Errigal Ciaran
Tiarnan Colhoun - Errigal Ciaran
Ronan Hollywood - Greencastle
Daniel Millar - Killeeshil
Tomas Hoy - Killeeshil
Matthew McCusker - Killeeshil
Matthew Murnaghan - Killyclogher
Antoin Fox (C) - Loughmacrory
Tarlach Quinn - Moortown
Tom Donaghy - Omagh
Lorcan Kilpatrick - Pomeroy
Ronan Duffin - Pomeroy
Conor Ward - Rock
Shane Murphy - Rock
Simon Garrity - Trillick
Michael Gallagher - Trillick
Liam Gray - Trillick

Good panel of players on paper. You would have high hopes for this team.
First two development league results wouldnt inspire confidence, losing to Louth and poor against Antrim. Although obviously not near strongest team out in either of those two games.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: January 09, 2020, 10:23:25 AM »
Sounded like a cracker tonight. Ronan O'Neill seemed to have delivered a serious performance, kudos for him to come back and give it another shot as I had him written off. Should put himself in contention for a starting spot in the league.

Was kinda hard to tell, only saw one clip of him scoring the goal but he looked a bit leaner than he did last time I seen him which I think was a problem before. Good to see, all the talent in the world just the dreaded ACL.

How did Ronan McHugh get on anyone know?
Didn’t play in the full forward line and struggled to get into the game. Kicked a nice point during the first half along with 2 decent free kicks.
If he’s going to have any impact for Tyrone he’ll have to be in the full forward line.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: January 09, 2020, 12:14:47 AM »
Was at the Tyrone game tonight, wasn’t impressed with Tyrone’s defence, they made it very easy for Armagh’s forwards and to concede 3 goals was not impressive. One to watch who personally I thought should have got called up was Netownstewart/Naomh Owen Full back, Piaras McSorley, impressed throughout the year in Intermediate marking top quality forwards, one to bring in within years to come or even sooner
I’d like to welcome Piaras McSorely’s father to the discussion board.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: January 06, 2020, 01:19:39 PM »
Is Mark Bardley on the panel at the minute? No sign of him yesterday and he is still tipping away for Mountfield on a a saturday
Hasn't played for Mountfield in weeks, start of November maybe. Its the younger brother who is playing for Mountfield still.
Stopped playing to rejoin the Tyrone panel.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: January 04, 2020, 10:32:41 AM »
Tyrone McKenna Cup Team V. Cavan 1st 15

1. B Gallen
2. C Quinn
3. A McCrory
4. B Burns
5. L Rafferty
6. R Brennan
7. C Grimes
8. B Kennedy
9. C Kilpatrick
10. T McCann
11. K Coney
12. D McCurry
13. D Mulgrew
14. C McCann
15. D Kerr

4 Players make their debut for Tyrone Seniors

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: January 03, 2020, 07:52:38 PM »
Anything to be said for moving Peter Harte into full forward?
Peter Harte and Mattie Donnelly inside with Mark Bradley operating off them would have the potential to be very dangerous.
1. Niall Morgan
2. Rory Brennan
3. Ronan McNammee
4. Michael McKernan
5. Michael Cassidy
6. Paudie Hampsey
7. Frank Burns
8. Richard Donnelly
9. Colm Cavanagh
10. Kieran McGeary
11. Niall Sludden
12. Conor Meyler
13. Mark Bradley
14. Peter Harte
15. Mattie Donnelly
With that line up and squad, Tyrone should still be very competitive and make the super 8s/SF, all experienced players who have been about for a few years now, debatable though if they can beat Donegal in Ballybofey or any of the top teams in a semi final.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: January 02, 2020, 09:55:52 PM »
Anything to be said for moving Peter Harte into full forward?
Peter Harte and Mattie Donnelly inside with Mark Bradley operating off them would have the potential to be very dangerous.

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