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« Reply #39615 on: November 14, 2018, 11:53:26 AM »
Anymore word on appointments throughout the county?

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« Reply #39616 on: November 14, 2018, 01:23:23 PM »
It was 1-10 to 1-08 with 25 mins gone in second half then McNulty scored his goal to wrap it up. I

Apologies, I thought Dungannon pulled away slightly earlier.
But this reinforces the point that when the chips were down loughmacrory were found wanting.

This idiot clearly has an agenda v Loughmacrory, dont fall into it. 3 defeats all year for what I am lead to believe is a very young, up and coming team is not bad going, and I would imagine 95% of fans would gladly take that

No agenda, Very good young team, and as I stated previously I hope they don't get into a habit of not showing up on the big day

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« Reply #39617 on: November 14, 2018, 01:49:50 PM »
It was 1-10 to 1-08 with 25 mins gone in second half then McNulty scored his goal to wrap it up. I

Need to get promoted quickly to take advantage of a weak carrickmore team ....
By the time they get promoted we shall be back firing on all cylinders  ;)

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« Reply #39618 on: November 14, 2018, 04:30:18 PM »
It was 1-10 to 1-08 with 25 mins gone in second half then McNulty scored his goal to wrap it up. I

Need to get promoted quickly to take advantage of a weak carrickmore team ....
By the time they get promoted we shall be back firing on all cylinders  ;)

There's maybe as good a chance of Carrickmore joining Loughmacrory in Division 2 as there is of Lough gaining promotion to Division 1 in the next year or two!!  I definitely wouldn't like to see Carrickmore out of Division 1, but the next few years are going to be crucial for them to integrate their talented youth teams on to the senior squad & then stepping it up another level to become as successful as the teams in the late 90's early 00's.  A big challenge for the incoming management who ever they are.   

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« Reply #39619 on: November 14, 2018, 04:47:43 PM »
Carmen are going in house again i believe.Ryan Daly reported to be the man.

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« Reply #39620 on: November 14, 2018, 04:49:34 PM »
Lot of chat about Carmen's inevitable demise - Still think they'll get the 12 points needed to keep themselves afloat.

Looking ahead to next year already, you'd be looking at Tattyreagh struggling and likely to be the favs for finishing bottom. I'd imagine Agyharan will beat Dungannon but then you'd wonder if they'll be fit for another year in senior.

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« Reply #39621 on: November 14, 2018, 05:12:46 PM »
Carmen are going in house again i believe.Ryan Daly reported to be the man.
Correct, Him, Noel hurson and a s+c coach who was with them at Armagh Harps this last few years I believe.  Can hopefully spearhead the transition which is underway

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« Reply #39622 on: November 14, 2018, 09:59:15 PM »
Anyone heard that Mickey Moran is the new killyclogher manager
Heard that myself , KC could get Pep Guardiola through the door and they wouldn't be worth talking about. I would rather play leapfrog with a unicorn than watch the display they put on in the county final again.

Kilcoo have just announced Micky Moran as there new manager

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« Reply #39623 on: November 15, 2018, 08:17:34 AM »
It was 1-10 to 1-08 with 25 mins gone in second half then McNulty scored his goal to wrap it up. I

Need to get promoted quickly to take advantage of a weak carrickmore team ....
By the time they get promoted we shall be back firing on all cylinders  ;)

Have they had many wins over you at senior level?

Also what year did you have the good minor team?

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« Reply #39624 on: November 15, 2018, 01:24:42 PM »
The Lough have no wins over us at senior level. We won the minor championship 3 years ago and have won the past 2 Under 16 County titles but that may count for very little. Our underage is stronger across the board than it ever has been in the past five years. Would i be right in saying that the vast majority of Loughmacrorys young players at senior level were playing on a minor side that got beat by Carmen in a couple of great league games that year?

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« Reply #39625 on: November 15, 2018, 02:44:15 PM »
It was 1-10 to 1-08 with 25 mins gone in second half then McNulty scored his goal to wrap it up. I

Apologies, I thought Dungannon pulled away slightly earlier.
But this reinforces the point that when the chips were down loughmacrory were found wanting.

This idiot clearly has an agenda v Loughmacrory, dont fall into it. 3 defeats all year for what I am lead to believe is a very young, up and coming team is not bad going, and I would imagine 95% of fans would gladly take that

Loughmacrory have a very young team. Another year in Div 2 would arguably be better for them than going to Div 1 prematurely.

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« Reply #39626 on: November 15, 2018, 03:55:10 PM »
The Lough have no wins over us at senior level. We won the minor championship 3 years ago and have won the past 2 Under 16 County titles but that may count for very little. Our underage is stronger across the board than it ever has been in the past five years. Would i be right in saying that the vast majority of Loughmacrorys young players at senior level were playing on a minor side that got beat by Carmen in a couple of great league games that year?

May count for very little as those minors are 21 now so if they can't do it now they never will.  If my memory is correct we won a minor championship in 2006 and by 2010 8/9 played and won the senior championship that year.

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« Reply #39627 on: November 15, 2018, 04:32:50 PM »
The Lough have no wins over us at senior level. We won the minor championship 3 years ago and have won the past 2 Under 16 County titles but that may count for very little. Our underage is stronger across the board than it ever has been in the past five years. Would i be right in saying that the vast majority of Loughmacrorys young players at senior level were playing on a minor side that got beat by Carmen in a couple of great league games that year?

May count for very little as those minors are 21 now so if they can't do it now they never will.  If my memory is correct we won a minor championship in 2006 and by 2010 8/9 played and won the senior championship that year.
I think we had 7 of the minor team who won that played against Errigal in the championship this year so it is a fairly high turnover. The problem is we completely are missing a middle age. The older lads who are still doing well but we have virtually no mid to late 20s who are doing anything consistent, compared t oother senior teams who have the likes of Petey Harte, Stephen McNallys, Ronan O'Neills etc. Anyone wh ois any good is either retired because of injuries

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« Reply #39628 on: November 15, 2018, 05:06:10 PM »
The Lough have no wins over us at senior level. We won the minor championship 3 years ago and have won the past 2 Under 16 County titles but that may count for very little. Our underage is stronger across the board than it ever has been in the past five years. Would i be right in saying that the vast majority of Loughmacrorys young players at senior level were playing on a minor side that got beat by Carmen in a couple of great league games that year?

May count for very little as those minors are 21 now so if they can't do it now they never will.  If my memory is correct we won a minor championship in 2006 and by 2010 8/9 played and won the senior championship that year.
I think we had 7 of the minor team who won that played against Errigal in the championship this year so it is a fairly high turnover. The problem is we completely are missing a middle age. The older lads who are still doing well but we have virtually no mid to late 20s who are doing anything consistent, compared t oother senior teams who have the likes of Petey Harte, Stephen McNallys, Ronan O'Neills etc. Anyone wh ois any good is either retired because of injuries

Finally someone speaking sense. You typically need 3 age groups well represented in a winning championship team, 2 or 3 18-21 year olds, 4-8 21-29 year olds, then the rest the experienced old hands. Carrickmore are struggling because of the 21-29 year olds. Coalisland have a perfect mix at present, as did the great Dromore team of 10 years ago. Taking this formula into consideration what teams are properly set up? Killyclogher appear to be on the wane because of their older men, Trillick and Clonoe the same. Who are we looking at then?

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« Reply #39629 on: November 16, 2018, 03:09:08 PM »
The Lough have no wins over us at senior level. We won the minor championship 3 years ago and have won the past 2 Under 16 County titles but that may count for very little. Our underage is stronger across the board than it ever has been in the past five years. Would i be right in saying that the vast majority of Loughmacrorys young players at senior level were playing on a minor side that got beat by Carmen in a couple of great league games that year?

May count for very little as those minors are 21 now so if they can't do it now they never will.  If my memory is correct we won a minor championship in 2006 and by 2010 8/9 played and won the senior championship that year.
I think we had 7 of the minor team who won that played against Errigal in the championship this year so it is a fairly high turnover. The problem is we completely are missing a middle age. The older lads who are still doing well but we have virtually no mid to late 20s who are doing anything consistent, compared t oother senior teams who have the likes of Petey Harte, Stephen McNallys, Ronan O'Neills etc. Anyone wh ois any good is either retired because of injuries

Finally someone speaking sense. You typically need 3 age groups well represented in a winning championship team, 2 or 3 18-21 year olds, 4-8 21-29 year olds, then the rest the experienced old hands. Carrickmore are struggling because of the 21-29 year olds. Coalisland have a perfect mix at present, as did the great Dromore team of 10 years ago. Taking this formula into consideration what teams are properly set up? Killyclogher appear to be on the wane because of their older men, Trillick and Clonoe the same. Who are we looking at then?

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