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GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Cavan (Sun - 02-06-19) Clones
« on: May 31, 2019, 01:12:35 AM »
Looking forward to the match now, pity about the weather as it looks like it's going to be damp. Clones without a sunny Championship Sunday just doesn't feel right, the last day i remember getting wet there was Monaghan 2003 when we got humped when red hot favourites.
Cavan for Sunday are rightly favourites but I think we all agree Armagh are capable of a result but you just don't know what you're going to get from Armagh, I'm going expecting Cavan to win but hoping Armagh win but the chance to get to an Ulster final is decent and it would be great for the confidence to the younger lads of the team...No matter who wins on Sunday we/they'll be big underdogs for the Ulster final.

Armagh    2 - 13
Cavan      1 - 14

Hoping :P

I think if Armagh get two goals they will win but I'm thinking the score could be more like

Cavan 1-17
Armagh 0-15

Goals will flow

Cavan 3-12
Armagh 0-14

General discussion / Re: Things I do not understand
« on: May 29, 2019, 09:50:54 PM »
How 5g is quicker than 4g which was quicker that 3g

Same applies to “new improved” washing powder.

General discussion / Things I do not understand
« on: May 29, 2019, 11:30:52 AM »
1) How does the wind rushing over and under wings make a plane fly?

2) How does a mobile phone still work perfectly when on the move?

3) How does the sun's light travel though the vacuum of space?

GAA Discussion / Re: Ulster Championship 2019
« on: May 29, 2019, 10:20:16 AM »
What sort of character is McGee anyroad behind it all? seems here like He's very figgity and doesnt make eye contact.

lol, you're a quare gegg Omaghjoe

GAA Discussion / Re: Football qualifier route 2019
« on: May 27, 2019, 09:14:23 AM »
Glad to see that we'll quickly get rid of Fermanagh style of football.

GAA Discussion / Re: Tyrone V Antrim - 25th May.
« on: May 26, 2019, 10:03:58 AM »
Also, yer mans fringe looks ridiculous. Mickey should do something about it.

GAA Discussion / Re: Tyrone V Antrim - 25th May.
« on: May 26, 2019, 10:02:42 AM »
Why no St Galls or Toome players on the Antrim team?

General discussion / Re: Elections North and South
« on: May 23, 2019, 01:17:51 PM »
I really can't decide where to put my number 2.

Not a euphemism.

Hard to tell who has the better chance at seat 3 between Long and Eastwood. Alot of SF voters I know transferring to Long.

Still undecided but considering 1. Long  2. Anderson  3. Eastwood.

You’re not swayed by Jim ‘straight talking’ Allister?

General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: May 19, 2019, 11:49:36 AM »
Eurovision Song Contest gave Brexit a bloody nose, lol.

GAA Discussion / Re: Down v Armagh (Park Esler 16:00) 19/05/2019
« on: May 17, 2019, 08:52:33 PM »
Tickets will be on sale outside the stadium on Sunday, yes?

General discussion / Re: USPGA 2019
« on: May 17, 2019, 02:28:00 PM »
Some start for McIlroy, double bogey, bogey, double bogey

Doing his best to miss the cut.

GAA Discussion / Re: Down v Armagh (Park Esler 16:00) 19/05/2019
« on: May 15, 2019, 07:51:20 PM »

Down 2-11
Armagh 0-14

Is there a curtain raiser?

General discussion / Re: The Official Golf Thread
« on: May 15, 2019, 03:35:44 PM »
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – After opting out of golf’s return to the Olympics three years ago in Brazil, Rory McIlroy said he “more likely than not” will be among the 60-man Olympic field next summer in Tokyo.

And if he plays, it’ll be for Ireland.

McIlroy fielded a series of Olympic-related questions ahead of the PGA Championship, as he looks to add a fifth major title at the event he won in both 2012 and 2014. The Ulsterman garnered headlines in the lead-up to the 2016 Games, first announcing his intentions to represent Ireland and then withdrawing over concerns surrounding the Zika virus and the notion that he didn’t play professionally to “grow the game.” But on Tuesday, the 30-year-old shared his excitement at the prospect of once again playing for country.

“I think it would be a great experience,” McIlroy said. “Right now, in my mind, I’ll most likely play.”

The issue gets complicated for McIlroy when it comes to which country he would represent in Tokyo. Northern Ireland is part of Great Britain, meaning he could play under the Union Jack as England’s Justin Rose did en route to a gold medal three years ago. But McIlroy represented Ireland in amateur competitions and would have the option to do so again in the Olympics.

It’s a complicated decision given the divide between Ireland and Northern Ireland, and one that McIlroy said in 2017 led him to “resent the Olympic Games” for putting him in the position to make a difficult choice. But it’s one he now appears ready to make, reiterating that he’s “excited to play for Ireland” next summer.

“You really have to start thinking, 'OK, well, what are your beliefs and your values?' It makes you sort of have to delve a little bit deeper. It’s not just a superficial decision,” McIlroy said. “I had an unbelievable amateur career, and I don’t mean that in terms of results, but I mean that in the experiences I had and the trips that I had and the friendships that I made and that I still have to this day. That was all because of playing for Ireland and getting close to some of those guys.”

Qualification for the 2020 Olympics will conclude with The Open next summer at Royal St. George’s, after which the field of 60 men will be finalized. Each participating country can send up to two players, although that maximum can be raised to four players per country if all are ranked inside the top 15 in the world.

McIlroy is currently ranked fourth in the world, with Shane Lowry (No. 45) the only other player from Ireland or Northern Ireland inside the top 100. Padraig Harrington and Seamus Power represented the island nation at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.

Once he moved away from the occupied statelet, he like most others, realised that he used to live in Ireland, not the UK.

General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: May 13, 2019, 12:21:56 PM »
Shocker! Rival fans cheering on another team thats stopping their own team from winning! 

Liverpools and Utd's fixation on each other is funny and depressing at the same time, some of the stuff on social media would actually make you laugh out loud but the sniping is ulgy.

The standard this year from the top two has been impressive, but some teams also getting their act together and the points total next year wont be as high.

Good luck in the final to both teams

Yes it’s sad and depressing. Even worse when it’s going on in this part of the world.

Totally agree.

Just as bad is being viewed as a bigot because you support your gaelic county team and don't support an English soccer team and say 'we'.

GAA Discussion / Re: Down v Armagh (Park Esler 16:00) 19/05/2019
« on: May 07, 2019, 05:02:25 PM »
Both sets of supporters playing their chances down. It will be very different when the ball is thrown in.

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