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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42060 on: November 09, 2019, 07:54:09 PM »
Trillick and Dromore win the big senior prizes this year. Football a passion in both neighboring clubs.

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« Reply #42061 on: November 09, 2019, 08:16:37 PM »
This ballygawley team showing their metal again I see  ::)

No point running around looking boxing when the game is over either. What you think of that moonshine?

Local expert/Tintown aka fianna men. Hard to beat a bit of handbags you boys would know all about it and you do it to each other  ;) .. no not a league team anymore what does that leave you

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« Reply #42062 on: November 09, 2019, 09:30:10 PM »
This ballygawley team showing their metal again I see  ::)

No point running around looking boxing when the game is over either. What you think of that moonshine?

Local expert/Tintown aka fianna men. Hard to beat a bit of handbags you boys would know all about it and you do it to each other  ;) .. no not a league team anymore what does that leave you

Just the 2 points in the second half in this final moonshine.  All these parish trials you have over the xmas period to pick 5 teams and tell 20 men better luck next year and you can only score 13 times across two finals?

Better get the cheque book out!

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« Reply #42063 on: November 09, 2019, 10:45:31 PM »
This ballygawley team showing their metal again I see  ::)

No point running around looking boxing when the game is over either. What you think of that moonshine?

Local expert/Tintown aka fianna men. Hard to beat a bit of handbags you boys would know all about it and you do it to each other  ;) .. no not a league team anymore what does that leave you

Just the 2 points in the second half in this final moonshine.  All these parish trials you have over the xmas period to pick 5 teams and tell 20 men better luck next year and you can only score 13 times across two finals?

Better get the cheque book out!

We may get the old cheque book out been 4 or 5 years since it was out.. but doesn't always get you success as you know.. trials :D do you go watch killyman and brackaville trials??

Ps I hear you are learning them the antics at a younger age up their now. Poor old badoney still trying to fix the changing rooms up

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« Reply #42064 on: November 10, 2019, 12:48:28 PM »
In late to game yesterday was on steps beside changing rooms had kids with me and ended up moving to far side. Manners of a few men was shocking. Abused pascal Canavan for 10 min (donít know why he never spoke) and then moved on to a man who is no longer alive and laughed that Fintona was an unlucky pitch. I know all clubs have these gulpins and Dromore arenít responsible for them but it was totally uncalled for and vile. I spoke to two of the Fintona stewards about it when I moved. After the game he said one of the men went and shook pascals hand on the way past to the middle of the pitch!!!! Think clubs need to be more proactive at their own home games to stop this or there will be trouble off the pitch. This is not what we want our children to listen to or be a witness to. Men no better than English soccer thugs. Shame
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« Reply #42065 on: November 10, 2019, 02:03:30 PM »
I see Conor McKenna got a goal for Eglish today. Any reports on how he was in general play?
Edendork appealing the result due to McKennas ineligibility? Not registered due to his professional contract status?

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« Reply #42066 on: November 10, 2019, 02:24:55 PM »
I see Conor McKenna got a goal for Eglish today. Any reports on how he was in general play?
Edendork appealing the result due to McKennas ineligibility? Not registered due to his professional contract status?

What do you mean? Was he not registered by Eglish on the GAA membership system?

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« Reply #42067 on: November 10, 2019, 02:48:26 PM »
I see Conor McKenna got a goal for Eglish today. Any reports on how he was in general play?
Edendork appealing the result due to McKennas ineligibility? Not registered due to his professional contract status?

What do you mean? Was he not registered by Eglish on the GAA membership system?

Yesturday wasn't his first time this year playing for Eglish. Be a major shock if Eglish have been so silly.

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« Reply #42068 on: November 10, 2019, 03:21:41 PM »
RTE making noises about the League final yesterday handbags was all it was.Does the man who sent in the report get paid for it.Hardly think RTE was in Fintona.Irish News be on the case next.
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42069 on: November 10, 2019, 04:51:01 PM »
Did Loughmacrory really blow automatic promotion?

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« Reply #42070 on: November 10, 2019, 04:53:56 PM »
Did Loughmacrory really blow automatic promotion?

Counting the chickens i doubt...was talking to 2 lough men during the week both 100% sure of a win as Beragh had nothing to play for!!!!!

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« Reply #42071 on: November 10, 2019, 06:30:20 PM »
The non-regular weekend round up...

Saturday saw Dromore defeat Errigal Ciaran to lift the Division 1 League title 1-10 to 1-6, while Edendork have been sent down to Division 2 thanks to Eglish - AFL pro Conor McKenna helping his home club win 2-9 to 1-10, with Eglish now awaiting whoever comes out of the Division 2 promotion play-offs in the interdivisional game.

Meanwhile, in Division 2, Pomeroy & Greecastle played their final league tie out a day early with Pomeroy victors on 0-16 to 1-4, thus also ending any hopes of Greencastle reaching the promotion play-offs.

In youth football, congrats to both Donaghmore and Loughmacrory whom won the Under 16 G1 League & G2 Championship respectively. The Dungannon hurlers however had to sit out their Ulster IHC final against St. Enda's of Co. Antrim as conditions at Owenbeg left the grounds unplayable. The refixture is to yet be announced.

Speaking of Loughmacrory, while it has been a great week for their U16 doing a G2 double, their senior team HAD JUST ONE JOB and blew it! A draw would have been good enough for them to achieve automatic promotion to Division 1 for 2020, but instead they succumbed to a one point defeat to Beragh at St. Mary's Park on Sunday afternoon, 1-9 to 1-8. The result ensuring that Pomeroy finished in second place and them instead getting automatic promotion. Meanwhile, Galbally wrapped up an Intermediate double with a four point win against Cookstown, 0-12 to 0-8, while their reserves also clinched their league title with a 3-20 to 0-11 win against Cookstown.

The potential nightmare permutations regarding play-off spots in Division 2 has thankfully not come to pass, with the four teams in the promotion play-offs now known - Loughmacrory, Clogher, Owen Roes & Gortin. Gortin sneaked into sixth place after a 2-12 to 1-13 win against a Clogher team that was already guaranteed of finishing fourth (had head to head win over Owen Roes), finishing on 15 points with Moortown - the league tie between Gortin & Moortown finished level so it went to score difference with Gortin winning out, -11 to -21.

At the bottom, both NTS and Cookstown lost their final league games so they will face each other in a relegation play-off with Newtown having home advantage based on head to head. Loser will be relegated to Division 3 while the winner will face Killeeshil in the interdivisional play off, Killeeshil winning their play-off tie against Kildress in Donaghmore by one point, 0-13 to 1-9.

So that now leaves in the play-offs in the ACL...

Division 1/2 play-offs...

Loughmacrory vs. Gortin
Clogher vs. Owen Roes

Then... Loughmacrory or Gortin vs. Clogher or Owen Roes (neutral venue)

Winner faces Eglish in Div 1/2 play-off (neutral venue)

Division 2/3 play-offs...

Newtownstewart vs. Cookstown

Loser is relegated to Div 3, winner faces Killeeshil in Div 2/3 play-off (neutral venue)

Elsewhere, commiserations to the Edendork womens footballers whom were defeated in the All-Ireland Junior club semi-final by the Mayo & Connacht championship CL McHale Rovers 4-12 to 1-13. Finally, of peculiar note fair play to Rock & Glenelly whom played their final Division 3 league tie of 2019 with neither side having anything whatsoever to play for! The Rock won 3-15 to 0-7.

Coming up for next weekend will be the Senior Reserve & Junior Reserve Championship Knockout finals, on Friday night the SRFC final between Omagh and Errigal Ciaran, throw-in 7.30pm at Healy Park (no, me neither) while on Saturday, Rock and Drumragh are due to meet on the JRFC final, throw-in 2.00pm with venue TBA. Meanwhile all three play-off games in Division 2, Loughmacrory vs. Gortin, Clogher vs. Owen Roes & Newtownstewart vs. Cookstown, are provisionally fixed for Sunday, throw-ins for all games 2.30pm with first named side having home advantage. Finally, all the best to Galbally in their Ulster IFC Semi-Final tie against Naomh NŠille of Co. Donegal this Sunday in Celtic Park, throw-in 2.30pm.
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42072 on: November 10, 2019, 07:37:51 PM »
Did Loughmacrory really blow automatic promotion?

couldn't of happened to a better team...even if they do go up through play-offs at least they go up with no silverware!!! their behaviour and antics throughout the year doesn't deserve rewarding!!!  i seen videos of them celebrating the night they beat galbally in the clubhouse as if they'd just won the league, id like to see the videos of them tonite ;)

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42073 on: November 10, 2019, 07:41:57 PM »
Another bottle job by loughmacrory! Couldnt beat pomeroy in championship when 4 points up with 10 to play and pomeroy down to 12 men!
Choked today again against a team safe with nothing to play for!
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42074 on: November 10, 2019, 07:56:20 PM »
Did Loughmacrory really blow automatic promotion?

couldn't of happened to a better team...even if they do go up through play-offs at least they go up with no silverware!!! their behaviour and antics throughout the year doesn't deserve rewarding!!!  i seen videos of them celebrating the night they beat galbally in the clubhouse as if they'd just won the league, id like to see the videos of them tonite ;)
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