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Jeremiah O

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41745 on: October 21, 2019, 11:50:52 AM »
Great under 16 final on Saturday between Ardboe and Donaghmore,with the young Rossa lads coming out on top by a point.Michael Forbes gave an outstanding display at midfield for Ardboe while Adrian Cush’s young fella scored very heavily for Donaghmore.
An intense rivalry building between both sides at youth level  these last few years.
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« Reply #41746 on: October 21, 2019, 12:14:36 PM »
Div 1 all but done and dusted in terms of play off spots at this stage.  Tatts down automatically, Edendork v Eglish relegation play off. You'd expect Edendork to come out of that, be interesting how each of them approaches the final league match between them, dummy teams or put down a marker.

Top 4 sorted too by the looks of it. Trillick in fifth and won't be worried about making top 4.  Dromore and Clonoe making a late push for honours, both disappointed by their championship exits. Coalisland seem to have given up the ghost.

Div2 still up for grabs, I expect Galbally to do the double which leaves Loughmacrory going up in automatic league spot and I'd fancy Pomeroy to come through the play offs.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41747 on: October 21, 2019, 12:29:17 PM »
Great under 16 final on Saturday between Ardboe and Donaghmore,with the young Rossa lads coming out on top by a point.Michael Forbes gave an outstanding display at midfield for Ardboe while Adrian Cush’s young fella scored very heavily for Donaghmore.
An intense rivalry building between both sides at youth level  these last few years.
Referee ruined the game was shocking for both sides. Gave a hop ball twice against the Ard Bo keeper, bit harsh at that age.

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« Reply #41748 on: October 21, 2019, 12:37:00 PM »
Wasn’t his finest hour alright.Donaghmore were denied a couple of kickable frees,and he failed to spot the Donaghmore midfielder overcarry for his goal.
Some superbly talented players on both teams.
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« Reply #41749 on: October 21, 2019, 12:43:13 PM »
Wasn’t his finest hour alright.Donaghmore were denied a couple of kickable frees,and he failed to spot the Donaghmore midfielder overcarry for his goal.
Some superbly talented players on both teams.
Giving frees the wrong way and everything, the man hadn't a clue. Shouldn't be in the middle of a pitch again. Great players all right, where has Donaghmore got the large numbers from recently

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« Reply #41750 on: October 21, 2019, 12:44:40 PM »
Must've been some amount of brown envelopes this week. Derrylaughan do anything for $$ and the Moy up to the old tricks again. Local stationary shops in the Moy must be buzzing at this time of year

Bit of a waste of money by the Moy given they were already safe before the weekend (4 points clear of Edendork with 2 games left and already beat them so safe on head to head).

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« Reply #41751 on: October 21, 2019, 12:50:33 PM »
Must've been some amount of brown envelopes this week. Derrylaughan do anything for $$ and the Moy up to the old tricks again. Local stationary shops in the Moy must be buzzing at this time of year

Bit of a waste of money by the Moy given they were already safe before the weekend (4 points clear of Edendork with 2 games left and already beat them so safe on head to head).
They have an allowance for it every year though so they had to cash in..

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« Reply #41752 on: October 21, 2019, 01:05:09 PM »
Quiet on this board this morning.

Leagues coming to completion now. Looks like top 4 will remain top 4 in D1 with Edendork v Eglish in the relegation playoff....interestingly they are actually due to play each other in the league too in final round.

D2 playoff teams is anyone call right now. Still can't believe Cookstown are staring at relegation playoffs to Junior Football. Shocking to be honest.

Would any of the junior clubs have it in them to beat the D2 playoff winners? Cookstown v Kildress to go up / down remains a possibility.

Cookstown with 2 tough games to play as well. Away to Beragh and Galbally.

Would be a game id love to see happen as it would mean we where one game away from getting back to 2 quickly after the disappointment of county final. However it will be a big ask as we where defeated by everyone in playoff places in the league but I would still be confident if things went our way we would have the ability to do it.

Cookstown in serious diffs as they probably would have looked at the Galbally game as two handy points if they had the league wrapped up but Lough threw the spanner in the works. Also heard rumours all not well in the camp with players walking out during game last day out. My heart bleeds!  ;D

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41753 on: October 21, 2019, 01:09:13 PM »
Must've been some amount of brown envelopes this week. Derrylaughan do anything for $$ and the Moy up to the old tricks again. Local stationary shops in the Moy must be buzzing at this time of year

Bit of a waste of money by the Moy given they were already safe before the weekend (4 points clear of Edendork with 2 games left and already beat them so safe on head to head).
They have an allowance for it every year though so they had to cash in..

Didn't they win the intermediate All Ireland 2 years ago? Is it a new thing they've brought in? Most teams around the bottom are picking up points as teams are switching of for the season.

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« Reply #41754 on: October 21, 2019, 02:27:12 PM »
Despite a good championship run, carrickmore down at the bottom of the table again? Thats a couple of years in a row i think??

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« Reply #41755 on: October 21, 2019, 02:50:02 PM »
Despite a good championship run, carrickmore down at the bottom of the table again? Thats a couple of years in a row i think??

Correct, for a club that was in a rebuilding phase they have maintained there senior status. Theyll not be relegated anytime soon. Next year they will be pushing on further again

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41756 on: October 21, 2019, 02:51:30 PM »
Must've been some amount of brown envelopes this week. Derrylaughan do anything for $$ and the Moy up to the old tricks again. Local stationary shops in the Moy must be buzzing at this time of year

$$??? Few derrylaughlan men going to the states next summer need it?
You seem very sour about the weekends results fella, your club must have been hard done by??
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41757 on: October 21, 2019, 03:04:24 PM »
Must've been some amount of brown envelopes this week. Derrylaughan do anything for $$ and the Moy up to the old tricks again. Local stationary shops in the Moy must be buzzing at this time of year

$$??? Few derrylaughlan men going to the states next summer need it?
You seem very sour about the weekends results fella, your club must have been hard done by??
Not at all sour, #W

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41758 on: October 21, 2019, 03:04:49 PM »
Must've been some amount of brown envelopes this week. Derrylaughan do anything for $$ and the Moy up to the old tricks again. Local stationary shops in the Moy must be buzzing at this time of year

$$??? Few derrylaughlan men going to the states next summer need it?
You seem very sour about the weekends results fella, your club must have been hard done by??

The bottom of Division 1 was decided a fortnight ago. Edendork couldn't pass Moy on head to head. The only thing down for decision is where the play-off between Eglish and Edendork is. There's nothing about the results at the weekend that would have been unexpected given that very few of the teams left had anything to play for

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41759 on: October 21, 2019, 03:22:43 PM »
Do Eglish have Conor McKenna available for any potential playoffs?