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« Reply #40260 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 #40261 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 #40262 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 #40263 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?.

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« Reply #40264 on: June 26, 2019, 01:36:17 PM »
Would that be a record for u14s margin of victorys that Donaghmore achieved this year would anyone know?.
Plenty of lob sided tankings at u-14 if you look on the website. Keepers too small and pitch to big so when a term gets a run they can rack up big scores.

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« Reply #40265 on: June 26, 2019, 01:46:50 PM »
Would that be a record for u14s margin of victorys that Donaghmore achieved this year would anyone know?.
Plenty of lob sided tankings at u-14 if you look on the website. Keepers too small and pitch to big so when a term gets a run they can rack up big scores.

Lop sided scores common alright in U14 but I saw this result and for a Grade 1 final looked to be one of the best I can remember. Had heard that this Donaghmore group of lads where talented be interesting to see how they get on at Feile

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« Reply #40266 on: June 26, 2019, 02:11:20 PM »
I remember years ago playing an underage game man came into the dressing room checking if we had underarm hair could tell if you were compliant age wise lol.Size means a lot at that level imo.

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« Reply #40267 on: June 26, 2019, 02:56:10 PM »
Holy Ghost,itís a good job the Windmill under 14ís were never checked for hairy armpits!!
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« Reply #40268 on: June 26, 2019, 06:01:58 PM »
When will they play the ould Ressie champo this year? Asking for a friend!  ;D

Probably in July when everyone is on holidays and interest is at an all time low. Makes sense.
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« Reply #40269 on: June 26, 2019, 07:47:35 PM »
Would that be a record for u14s margin of victorys that Donaghmore achieved this year would anyone know?.
Plenty of lob sided tankings at u-14 if you look on the website. Keepers too small and pitch to big so when a term gets a run they can rack up big scores.

Had heard Donaghmore had a good team but some of the margin of victories was unreal. Looked at their scores online there for all season and nobody got within 10 points of them with the vast majority not getting within 20/25 points. They must be some outfit and this is the 3rd year in a row to have a good team at that level in Grade 1 and get to the finals. Must be good coaching going on or else the cycle has come around again for them like it does in most clubs every 20 years or so - the question is can they translate it at the senior level in 10 years time. Not many clubs are good at U14 and can carry it the whole way through 16, minor and into senior. Some clubs have done it but not too many.

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« Reply #40270 on: June 27, 2019, 09:30:10 AM »
Would that be a record for u14s margin of victorys that Donaghmore achieved this year would anyone know?.
Plenty of lob sided tankings at u-14 if you look on the website. Keepers too small and pitch to big so when a term gets a run they can rack up big scores.

Had heard Donaghmore had a good team but some of the margin of victories was unreal. Looked at their scores online there for all season and nobody got within 10 points of them with the vast majority not getting within 20/25 points. They must be some outfit and this is the 3rd year in a row to have a good team at that level in Grade 1 and get to the finals. Must be good coaching going on or else the cycle has come around again for them like it does in most clubs every 20 years or so - the question is can they translate it at the senior level in 10 years time. Not many clubs are good at U14 and can carry it the whole way through 16, minor and into senior. Some clubs have done it but not too many.

I believe they are very favorable with alot of older players (good birthdays) this year which helps in terms of size at that age. Taking nothing away from them though, i seen them against our lads in one of the championship games and was very impressed.

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« Reply #40271 on: June 27, 2019, 01:05:52 PM »
Would that be a record for u14s margin of victorys that Donaghmore achieved this year would anyone know?.
Plenty of lob sided tankings at u-14 if you look on the website. Keepers too small and pitch to big so when a term gets a run they can rack up big scores.

Had heard Donaghmore had a good team but some of the margin of victories was unreal. Looked at their scores online there for all season and nobody got within 10 points of them with the vast majority not getting within 20/25 points. They must be some outfit and this is the 3rd year in a row to have a good team at that level in Grade 1 and get to the finals. Must be good coaching going on or else the cycle has come around again for them like it does in most clubs every 20 years or so - the question is can they translate it at the senior level in 10 years time. Not many clubs are good at U14 and can carry it the whole way through 16, minor and into senior. Some clubs have done it but not too many.
They will start to close the gap at u16 and teams will be catching them by minor.

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« Reply #40272 on: June 27, 2019, 03:14:16 PM »
Would that be a record for u14s margin of victorys that Donaghmore achieved this year would anyone know?.
Plenty of lob sided tankings at u-14 if you look on the website. Keepers too small and pitch to big so when a term gets a run they can rack up big scores.

Had heard Donaghmore had a good team but some of the margin of victories was unreal. Looked at their scores online there for all season and nobody got within 10 points of them with the vast majority not getting within 20/25 points. They must be some outfit and this is the 3rd year in a row to have a good team at that level in Grade 1 and get to the finals. Must be good coaching going on or else the cycle has come around again for them like it does in most clubs every 20 years or so - the question is can they translate it at the senior level in 10 years time. Not many clubs are good at U14 and can carry it the whole way through 16, minor and into senior. Some clubs have done it but not too many.
They will start to close the gap at u16 and teams will be catching them by minor.

Prob still play Grade 2 Minor!!

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« Reply #40273 on: June 27, 2019, 04:25:16 PM »
Would that be a record for u14s margin of victorys that Donaghmore achieved this year would anyone know?.
Plenty of lob sided tankings at u-14 if you look on the website. Keepers too small and pitch to big so when a term gets a run they can rack up big scores.

Had heard Donaghmore had a good team but some of the margin of victories was unreal. Looked at their scores online there for all season and nobody got within 10 points of them with the vast majority not getting within 20/25 points. They must be some outfit and this is the 3rd year in a row to have a good team at that level in Grade 1 and get to the finals. Must be good coaching going on or else the cycle has come around again for them like it does in most clubs every 20 years or so - the question is can they translate it at the senior level in 10 years time. Not many clubs are good at U14 and can carry it the whole way through 16, minor and into senior. Some clubs have done it but not too many.
They will start to close the gap at u16 and teams will be catching them by minor.

The Derrylaughan U-14 team of 2012 had the same kind of winning margins as this Donaghmore team and I think teams had already caught them by U-16. Think Big Kennedy would have been on that team?

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« Reply #40274 on: June 27, 2019, 06:39:30 PM »
In Grade 1?