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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #40245 on: June 14, 2019, 07:38:17 AM »
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« Reply #40246 on: June 14, 2019, 08:11:25 AM »
Have not seen the video nor don't know the individual involved so can not comment on it but someone in the club seriously needs to step up and sit the younger players down and explain to them the code in which they need to handle themselves whilst on a football pitch.  Yes, every club can get in to a bit of fisty cuffs here and there or have a 'dirty corner back' sort of speak, but this seems to be happening a little too often where Loughmacory are concerned. 

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« Reply #40247 on: June 14, 2019, 10:58:31 AM »
Anyone at the loughmacrory v coalisland u20 game on Monday night? Just seen a video of a row after a the Lough number 6 stamped on a guys back on the ground. Dirty act.

Surely this canít be the lad who was involved in the Augher episode. If it is, then his comeuppance is coming - it always does. Hopefully it is not but the Lough need to look seriously at themselves - this is the 3rd or 4th incident this season already. I also hear they were at it against Ardboe in a U14 knockout game giving hassle to one Ardboe player in particular. They have a serious amount of good youth players from U14-U20 and if they keep the key players all involved then they will be a force but not with this bullshit going on as well.....

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« Reply #40248 on: June 14, 2019, 12:04:40 PM »
Anyone at the loughmacrory v coalisland u20 game on Monday night? Just seen a video of a row after a the Lough number 6 stamped on a guys back on the ground. Dirty act.

Surely this canít be the lad who was involved in the Augher episode. If it is, then his comeuppance is coming - it always does. Hopefully it is not but the Lough need to look seriously at themselves - this is the 3rd or 4th incident this season already. I also hear they were at it against Ardboe in a U14 knockout game giving hassle to one Ardboe player in particular. They have a serious amount of good youth players from U14-U20 and if they keep the key players all involved then they will be a force but not with this bullshit going on as well.....

Completely agree. need to learn before going up into division 1. If the young lads try it against the likes of clonoe/carrickmore/dromore then they may learn the hard way unfortunately

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« Reply #40249 on: June 17, 2019, 06:24:10 AM »
Very impressed with Trillick in Ardboe yesterday.
Niall Gormley rolled back the years with a devastating display of scoring.
Ryan Gray was immense with Lee Brennan hitting a brilliant goal and some sublime frees.
Best side we have played this year.Will be some battle with themselves and Dromore in the first round.
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« Reply #40250 on: June 17, 2019, 09:33:24 AM »
Errigal poor yesterday or Omagh the better team? O'neill looks to have done damage.  Tatts gave us a physical game in which the ref wasnt great for either team.  Don't think many in the county expected us to be sitting as well after 8 games.  Fitness levels this year player a major part compared to previous years

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« Reply #40251 on: June 17, 2019, 10:15:59 AM »
Carmen had been playing well of late but I actually thought we were not good yesterday. We got sucked into too many rows and took the bait from their sideline every time. But it certainly is encouraging if we can get everyone fit.

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« Reply #40252 on: June 17, 2019, 12:02:39 PM »
Dungannon still going well, another hard fought win in derrylaughan yesterday. Great to see the hard work put in at youth level paying off at senior.

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« Reply #40253 on: June 17, 2019, 12:38:51 PM »
Dungannon still going well, another hard fought win in derrylaughan yesterday. Great to see the hard work put in at youth level paying off at senior.
no county men is Def a big plus for them. How's big Mc nulty playing or is he still injured? Would Dungannon be an outside bet for senior championship?

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« Reply #40254 on: June 17, 2019, 01:03:02 PM »
Dungannon still going well, another hard fought win in derrylaughan yesterday. Great to see the hard work put in at youth level paying off at senior.
no county men is Def a big plus for them. How's big Mc nulty playing or is he still injured? Would Dungannon be an outside bet for senior championship?
Supposedly playing very well, although talk of alot of good youth players, good few on the under 20s and others they talk about

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« Reply #40255 on: June 17, 2019, 01:05:18 PM »
Donaghmore scored late winner against us yesterday, we were by far the best team and unlucky not to win it

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« Reply #40256 on: June 17, 2019, 01:21:23 PM »
Dungannon still going well, another hard fought win in derrylaughan yesterday. Great to see the hard work put in at youth level paying off at senior.
no county men is Def a big plus for them. How's big Mc nulty playing or is he still injured? Would Dungannon be an outside bet for senior championship?
Supposedly playing very well, although talk of alot of good youth players, good few on the under 20s and others they talk about

Yeah, they have 5 on the Tyrone u20 panel and a lot of really good young players coming through. However talk of a senior championship is a bit premature. They'll be happy enough to consolidate their position in Div 1 this year i'd imagine and the championship draw hasnt been kind with Omagh first up and potentially Errigal next. Good to see them moving in the right direction again though.
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« Reply #40257 on: June 17, 2019, 03:20:12 PM »
Dungannon still going well, another hard fought win in derrylaughan yesterday. Great to see the hard work put in at youth level paying off at senior.
no county men is Def a big plus for them. How's big Mc nulty playing or is he still injured? Would Dungannon be an outside bet for senior championship?
Supposedly playing very well, although talk of alot of good youth players, good few on the under 20s and others they talk about

Yeah, they have 5 on the Tyrone u20 panel and a lot of really good young players coming through. However talk of a senior championship is a bit premature. They'll be happy enough to consolidate their position in Div 1 this year i'd imagine and the championship draw hasnt been kind with Omagh first up and potentially Errigal next. Good to see them moving in the right direction again though.

No talk of a senior championship just happy to be safe after a quick exit last time we went up. Still a right few of the top teams to play but they are very hungry team and wonít fear anyone

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« Reply #40258 on: June 26, 2019, 12:36:38 PM »
Any idea when the club championship will be played, particularly junior? I see a 2 week gap in the middle of August. Will they be fixed then or is that a break to coincide with Tyrone hopefully being in the super 8s and further?

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« Reply #40259 on: June 26, 2019, 01:23:37 PM »
Would that be a record for u14s margin of victorys that Donaghmore achieved this year would anyone know?.