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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: April 26, 2007, 01:41:06 AM »
against ballinascreen who never seem to be out of rows whether hurling or football

Big talk for you fist post there DWAL, care to back it up with some evidence??? Two cases in the last year in football where it's widely understood that the opposing team threw the first punch!! As for hurling I can't think of any incidents at all... where is this info coming from?????

I think, we should cut him this one break, it'd be good for us all.  As I said before, the circumstances should be taken into account here.

I think you'll find this break was already cut in the club championship last year Bogball

Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: April 20, 2007, 07:41:38 PM »
As a great man once said "If you strik strak you must go!" I have heard many different accounts of the incident, apparent hat campaigns, jealousy and even accusations of lying on the board but truth be told, if the referee was manhandled by a player he gest 3 months no matter who he is. Bottom Line.

I feel it is a massive blow for our chances of the Ulster C'ship as we would need our best team playing together in the first 2 games to have a shot at whoever makes it to the final (I think Donegal and I reckon they'll go all the way). Actually to be fair I think that without Paddy and Kevin we'll struggle to get past Monaghan. But such is life and unless this appeal comes through Derry just have to get on with it.

One more thing though. Is the three months for the manhandling of the Ref or the verbal abuse????

As for this...

then expalin B'screens joke of an effort at trying to win John, no its not size, but mentality that makes the difference, which in turns ensures our cubs dedicate themselves to our cause. This happens in most cases, but for the next few yaers we have to wait on another young crop to come through

well at the minute and for the next few years our numbers are well down but i am confident we will dig out the odd c'ship untill a new crop come along,what excuse does magherafelt,screen,glen,dungiven have?if you put enough work in and have the right attitude and a winning mentality you WILL be sucessfull,remeber coleraine have a smaller pick than maybe your own club and many more established clubs yet they are winning in both codes,maybe you should take a hard look at your own club and stop using the old numbers spin,while this may be true it cannot be used as the main excuse,just look at the bridge small numbers but making the most of what they have got,ballinderry have not many numbers but continue to breed sucess,lavey have had a dramatic cut in numbers but are they laying back and feeling sorry for themselves?no they have just got the go ahead on a 1 million pound development,in fact look at another neighbour of yours kilrea,now 10 15 years ago they were going nowhere fast,small numbers,soccer also causing them a headache but they put the effort in and they were rewarded with underage sucess and will hope in the coming years to turn this into senior sucess.the reason clubs like bellaghy,ballinderry are so sucessful is because when you are born your given a ball,whereasthe rest are given dummies Cheesy

What a load of horseshit! What kind of idea have the 2 of you fcukwits got of what goes on in our club??? NONE!! The amount of shite the 2 of you talk about this winning mentality kicking a football out of the womb crap is unreal. I think youse almost believe it yourselves at this stage.

A couple of the problems with coming from a big Parish are...

1. Competition from other sports. In Ballinascreen we have Hurling, Soccer, Tug o War, Athletics, Rallying (Don't get me started) and a number of other distractions that S'neil, Bellaghy, B'derry, Loup don't have. When there's nothing else to do but play football then it's pretty hard not to be good at it!!!
2. The size of the club! Do any of you have an actual idea of how many teams Ballinascreen actually field??? Well put it this way, we field in all codes at all age groups male and female. It is a logistical nightmare coming from a club of our size where facilities and money have to be spread over a wide area that it's very difficult to channel everything into one team without causing problems in others.

Don't get me wrong I'm not knocking any parish at all in Derry as each one has people putting their heart and soul into the cause but this arrogant winning mentality crap really gets me! You'd think that these big parishes don't give a shit or don't put in the same level of commitment as other teams when that is utter bullshit. I can assure you that there are lads in every club as dedicated as a Ciaran McNally or a Damien Cassidy and every club gets their chance in the sun. Screen have done pretty well in the underage stakes this last couple of years so I wouldn't just keep putting us down like that or it could come back to haunt you some day ;)

General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Neighbours Thread
« on: April 17, 2007, 06:45:45 PM »
What about Robinson 2day???? Anyone else see the innuendo of the train pulling into the tunnel??? It's a bit racey for Neighbours if I do say so... and as for the clothes being fired on the sofa along with the wooden leg? I think Neighbours has lowered itself in recent weeks with the arrival of this Pepper one!!


I luv neighbours ;D

Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: April 16, 2007, 07:30:17 PM »
Again I wasn't at the match over the weekend but judging by all accounts on here and from what I've heard there are certainly a few boys who are going to be looking over their shoulder over the next few weeks with regards suspensions and hopefully the people who committed these indiscretions will be punished for what they did.

With regards to the actual refereeing incident I remember something similar happening to the Screen 4 or 5 years ago. In a battle between us and Glen in the 2nd last game of the season we needed 2 points to get safe and they were already below us. Chicken counted the score wrong and managed to chalk up a point for Glen which didn't happen. Chicken said that the game ended in a draw and as everyone can imagine there was plenty said about it at the time. In fairness to Screen we managed to keep a lid on things and Chicken agreed that he may have made a mistake and that if Glen agreed he would change the score. The Glen manager at the time then magically conjured up a score he remembered by a player who had clearly not gotten any and that was that!! We went on to qualify for a playoff for the League Semi Final and if memory serves Glen still went down.

You would have to wonder about the madness that happened between 2 teams who will obviously do well in the league when there is so little at stake this early in the season?? It's not as if either will get relegated and they'll both do well in the championship I just think that both sides have let themselves badly here!

Or are Screen maybe too soft ;)

Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: April 13, 2007, 03:19:42 PM »
One result has puzzled me.  How did Screen come so close to sneil?  We hammered them in our first game at leisure. Were Benny and Burns playing?

Didn't make the game myself but have heard from the Screen lads that it was a better permformance than against Ballinderry and given the fact there are still a few players due to come back things maybe aren't looking as bad as they were 2 weekends ago after the Desertmartin match.

Screen were missing a lot due to injuries against Ballinderry and a lot of players did come back in to help strengthen the squad for the S'neil match. Along with this Screen are somewhat of a bogey team for Slaughtneil as there has always been very little between the sides league or c'ship over the last number of years. Apparently Screen were slightly unlucky not to win the game so hopefully we can build on these performances over the coming weeks.

As for the Benny situation I'm not sure what the exact story is but I do know that he hasn't been around yet.

GAA Discussion / Re: Down v Derry 1994
« on: March 31, 2007, 05:34:23 PM »
Still didn't get a chance to watch the game the other night as the laptop played up on me and crashed when the match it was on. I was not a happy camper.

Anyway for anyone who hasn't got a chance to watch it yet TG4 have it on their WebTV archive if you click into the site:

I'll get a chance to watch it over the nest few days and give an opinion.

GAA Discussion / Re: Down v Derry 1994
« on: March 28, 2007, 05:28:40 PM »
Right I have to bite now even though I know LB is doing this to wind me up!

It's Ballinascreen! When talking about GAA it's Ballinascreen, the locals call it Ballinascreen, calling it Draperstown is akin to calling this thread the Down v Londonderry thread.

RRBF - I'd keep it quiet about the draperstown thing...
Just keep shaving between yer toes and say nothing...

Well LB do you want some of my left over toe hair for your head ;)

As for the game I don't remember too much of it to be honest. I was under the scoreboard so got a good view of yer man's goal which was a cracker in fairness. In all honesty I seem to draw a blank from that era when I think of all our big defeats... 91 v Down, 92 v Donegal and the '94 against Down, even though I was at them all. Thank God I wasn't at the '95 Tyrone game otherwise I think my brain might have turned to mush.

Lookin' forward to watching this game tonight. It was on Setanta when I was down in Dublin but I was living with some English hoor who when I explained the importance  of this game "Being the greatest in its era" he turned the feckin TV over to some Animal Planet shite! I'll definitely not miss it this time.

General discussion / Re: Best crisps
« on: March 23, 2007, 06:21:30 PM »
Tayto (Nordie) Fusion Salt and Vinegar
Barbeque Pringles
Perri's Hot Lips
Hunky Dory's Salt and Vinegar
Tayto 5's
Exy Ozy's

You're killing me here lads I've went off the feckin' things for Lent!!!!

General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Neighbours Thread
« on: March 22, 2007, 12:40:49 AM »
Nah no way! Pepper is it for me :-* :-*. Got an email there the other week of some of her more 'racier' pictures... She's unreal!! Next Elle, Jennae, then I'd have Skye and Rosie on about a par. It is quality viewing at the moment though!

I heard about the new plotline coming up. Izzy may be gone but she's not forgotten!

Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: March 20, 2007, 03:42:24 PM »
Wasn't at the game but heard a few reports, Screen were very poor and Ballinderry were good. To be fair to Screen it was a relatively young and inexperienced side and there are a few more to come in over the next while... not a good start though!!

General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Neighbours Thread
« on: March 17, 2007, 01:27:09 AM »
After an exile of a few months I started watching again this week... How happy am I???? Again the story writers on Ramsey Street have earned their stripes once more wth a week of thrills and spills... what can Elle do to get Max back? Wll Steph take him back? Is the strange head of Katya gone forever? Will Pepper throw on a bikin for the lads?? Let's hope next week can follow what has been a truly remarkable turn of events on the Street!

Strange game of cricket. To be fair to both sides some of the batting wasn't great and the fielding at times was absolutely shambolic!!

Oh and that Aggers is a twat "blah blah they shouldn't be allowed to play blah blah they're not good enough blah blah" He's a dick. How are we going to get better unless we keep playing games??

Not to take this off course too much but why was there some gabshite wearing a Rangers top in the middle of the crowd?? Fair enough people wearing an NI jersey and the NI flag beng flown but WTF would you wear a Rangers jersey to an Ireland game for???? (I would also condemn any dckhead wearing a Celtic jersey as well before anyone has a go, but I'm sure nobody will ;))

Sounds like madness!!! I thought I knew the rules of cricket but surely Ireland won the game by 1 wicket if Zimbabwe were all out at the end of the 50 overs.

Anyway it sounds like it was a fantastic game and if there are a few more like that I'm sure cricket will get a few more supporters around the place.

GAA Discussion / Re: world cup cricket in croker??
« on: March 14, 2007, 10:11:34 AM »
That sounds like a very strange song to me, I was sure that the cricketers would use Ireland's Call as well. I was in Barcelona a few years ago with the woman who was a hockey player and we decided to call into the hockey World Cup to see how Ireland were doing. To my amazement the team stood to the Ireland's call anthem. Anyone know why this is? I thouht it was only for the peanut huggers. I suppose if the anthem was brought in to recognise a 32 county team then it may as well be used for the cricketers and hockey players.

Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: March 11, 2007, 06:04:53 PM »
Have to say that all those comments about Murray are complete balls. The lad is a class football and as dedicated a footballer as you are likely to see. To say that he wouldn't make the Slaughtneil team is pure an utter nonsense becasue if he was Slaughtneil born and bred you'd be on here saying how he hasn't had enough chances.

For the record Max, how did he play 2day??

As for Jim I was surprised he wasn't picked for today and had we lost it would have been a call that people would have been highlighting as a mistake but fair play to Crozier and the team today by all accounts it was a good performance and a bit of pride has been restored to our team and the jersey... long may it continue1

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