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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #13365 on: January 28, 2021, 02:58:44 PM »
Cavanagh, Kennedy, Kilpatrick, R Donnelly, McDonnell

Far from convincing MF options.

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« Reply #13366 on: January 28, 2021, 03:14:23 PM »
I would say you'll be looking at McShane going back out round the middle with McKenna coming back into the fold. You also have Danny McNulty (if it works out) taking McShane role on.

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« Reply #13367 on: January 28, 2021, 04:14:10 PM »
I would say you'll be looking at McShane going back out round the middle with McKenna coming back into the fold. You also have Danny McNulty (if it works out) taking McShane role on.

McShane needs to be in around the square, crazy moving him out from there if you ask me. Hopefully big Kennedy can step up to the plate this year.

I agree that the midfield options are very underwhelming but not too many better options inside the county at present other than McNulty.
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« Reply #13368 on: January 30, 2021, 02:43:22 PM »
Going to be very tough for Fergal and Brian to pick a final squad with the short preseason they will have. Does anyone know how many players they have on the squad at the minute? Surely they canít keep them all?

From last year's squad that was in place at around March we have lost the following players according to reports

McCrory, McClure???, Coney, C McCann, Mulgrew, Murnaghan, Loughran???

So we are probably looking at

GK: Morgan, Gallen, L Quinn (3)

Backs: Brennan, McNamee, Rafferty, T McCann, Burns, K McGeary, HP McGeary, Hampsey, McKernan, Kelly, C Quinn, Grimes, Cassidy, M O'Neill, Clarke, J Munroe, C Munroe, Teague, McKearney, Hamill, Shields (21)

MF: Cavanagh, Kennedy, Kilpatrick, R Donnelly, McDonnell (5)

Forwards M Donnelly, Sludden, Harte, McKenna, Meyler, McShane, McAliskey, McCurry, Brennan, Canavan, Kerr, R O'Neill, McNulty, T Quinn, Bradley, Donaghy (16)

So that's currently a squad of 45, possibly have forgotten a few there as well or other posters might know of any other players who have been dropped or opted out.

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« Reply #13369 on: January 30, 2021, 05:33:43 PM »
Going to be very tough for Fergal and Brian to pick a final squad with the short preseason they will have. Does anyone know how many players they have on the squad at the minute? Surely they canít keep them all?

From last year's squad that was in place at around March we have lost the following players according to reports

McCrory, McClure???, Coney, C McCann, Mulgrew, Murnaghan, Loughran???

So we are probably looking at

GK: Morgan, Gallen, L Quinn (3)

Backs: Brennan, McNamee, Rafferty, T McCann, Burns, K McGeary, HP McGeary, Hampsey, McKernan, Kelly, C Quinn, Grimes, Cassidy, M O'Neill, Clarke, J Munroe, C Munroe, Teague, McKearney, Hamill, Shields (21)

MF: Cavanagh, Kennedy, Kilpatrick, R Donnelly, McDonnell (5)

Forwards M Donnelly, Sludden, Harte, McKenna, Meyler, McShane, McAliskey, McCurry, Brennan, Canavan, Kerr, R O'Neill, McNulty, T Quinn, Bradley, Donaghy (16)

So that's currently a squad of 45, possibly have forgotten a few there as well or other posters might know of any other players who have been dropped or opted out.

Hadn't heard of the three other lads being added to the squad but best of luck to them.

There is a lot of what I would call development players added there for this season - admittedly C Quinn, Gallen, Grimes and Kerr were added last year.

Gallen
L Quinn
C Quinn
Grimes
Hamill
Shields
C Munroe
Clarke
McKearney
Kerr
T Quinn
Donaghy

I think those guys are mainly in there with the future in mind, building up their experience and getting equipped for the physical level required for senior intercounty football at the top level. Be interesting to see if any of those do go on to make a case for a starting spot come Championship though, it would be a big surprise if one or more of them did though. Out of that list Donaghy would have the best chance but I think he probably needs to put on a few kgs of muscle. Maybe Dooher and Logan can get him what McGuinness did for Rory Kavanagh.



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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #13370 on: January 31, 2021, 02:28:52 AM »
Whoís the Clarke added to the panel?
Who is he or what club is he?

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« Reply #13371 on: January 31, 2021, 12:44:52 PM »
Whoís the Clarke added to the panel?
Who is he or what club is he?
Aidan Clarke, corner back from Omagh, pacy player with decent attitude but could do with more experience before he hits county level

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« Reply #13372 on: January 31, 2021, 01:27:17 PM »
Who is Hamill?
Is Brendan Burns part of the squad still?
Have heard Ronan Nugent, Galbally, mention also as being part of the squad?

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« Reply #13373 on: January 31, 2021, 02:11:25 PM »
Who is Hamill?
Is Brendan Burns part of the squad still?
Have heard Ronan Nugent, Galbally, mention also as being part of the squad?

Shea Hammill Donaghmore. Would have been on the same minor team that McKenna, Burns, McShane ect were on that reached the AI final in 2013.

Nugent has been long due a look at but haven't heard him being called up. A better player for me than the likes of C McCann and McDonnell and midfield is a problem area for us.
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« Reply #13374 on: January 31, 2021, 04:49:48 PM »
Who is Hamill?
Is Brendan Burns part of the squad still?
Have heard Ronan Nugent, Galbally, mention also as being part of the squad?

Shea Hammill Donaghmore. Would have been on the same minor team that McKenna, Burns, McShane ect were on that reached the AI final in 2013.

Nugent has been long due a look at but haven't heard him being called up. A better player for me than the likes of C McCann and McDonnell and midfield is a problem area for us.

Yes, he had a brilliant year at that stage on the minor team, has he been excelling with Donaghmore in recent years? Has he played any football at University level? Likewise, Aidan Clarke, Omagh, has he been involved with u20s or University squads?

Ronan Nugent certainly as good if not better than others involved, maybe slightly unlucky with injuries but would like to see him get a chance.

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« Reply #13375 on: January 31, 2021, 05:42:13 PM »
Who is Hamill?
Is Brendan Burns part of the squad still?
Have heard Ronan Nugent, Galbally, mention also as being part of the squad?

Shea Hammill Donaghmore. Would have been on the same minor team that McKenna, Burns, McShane ect were on that reached the AI final in 2013.

Nugent has been long due a look at but haven't heard him being called up. A better player for me than the likes of C McCann and McDonnell and midfield is a problem area for us.

Yes, he had a brilliant year at that stage on the minor team, has he been excelling with Donaghmore in recent years? Has he played any football at University level? Likewise, Aidan Clarke, Omagh, has he been involved with u20s or University squads?

Ronan Nugent certainly as good if not better than others involved, maybe slightly unlucky with injuries but would like to see him get a chance.

Not really sure about Hamill and how he has been doing. Haven't really heard much about him since then. We have a lot of options already in defence.

Clarke was corner back on the u20 team that won Ulster in 2020 so probably one there for the future.

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« Reply #13376 on: February 24, 2021, 11:01:42 PM »
Harry Loughran having to retire from gaelic football at the age of 26.

Will be a big loss for Moy.
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« Reply #13377 on: February 24, 2021, 11:59:01 PM »
Harry Loughran having to retire from gaelic football at the age of 26.

Will be a big loss for Moy.

Huge loss to the Moy. He certainly knew where the goals were. He was never able to get a run of games for Tyrone due to injury, itís a case of what could have been for the county.

Sad to see any players football cut short at what should be their peak years. I wish him well and hope the injury isnít to bad that in impacts more than football.
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« Reply #13378 on: February 25, 2021, 09:08:02 AM »
Harry Loughran having to retire from gaelic football at the age of 26.

Will be a big loss for Moy.

Huge loss to the Moy. He certainly knew where the goals were. He was never able to get a run of games for Tyrone due to injury, itís a case of what could have been for the county.

Sad to see any players football cut short at what should be their peak years. I wish him well and hope the injury isnít to bad that in impacts more than football.

+1

For a man who played probably little over 100 mins of Championship football for Tyrone. He had some very big moments in them.

Very unfortunate with injuries along the way.
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