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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42375 on: December 10, 2019, 12:53:37 PM »
Fee is only £2.50 per person I believe

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« Reply #42376 on: December 10, 2019, 12:55:04 PM »
Heard its Urney.

Don't think so, they held their AGM at the wkend at talked about plans for the future..

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42377 on: December 10, 2019, 01:07:41 PM »
No Brocagh or Drumragh on that list of clubs

You're not slow Tom, but the whispers are neither of those two.

The other Club that are obviously struggling would be Killyman?

I thought Killyman too, but they didn't seem to have too many issues fielding a reserve team this year, or at least not much worse than some Junior clubs did, and even fielded an Under 21 team that fulfilled a few games. Last competitive youth team they fielded I can find was at minor level in 2017, seem to be throwing their lot in with Brocagh & Derrytresk (Naomh Padraig) otherwise - though I noticed neither Naomh Padraig or any of its host clubs fielded at Under 14 this year except for a championship game where they were well beaten.

Here's a list of club membership numbers in Tyrone for 2019 (stolen from tomorrow's County Convention report) that might shine a few lights. I'd actually be curious how Cúchulainn na Ghleanna operates with no listed membership considering they played in the Under 14 hurling league this year?




Would some clubs not have more members than this?  Seems the numbers for some clubs, adult and underage are small enough???

Strabane stood out for me with only 11 adult members, not enough to field a team.

Yeah.  Is it people don't want to pay the annual subscription to their club....but run to every game and event etc.

Clubs should be doing more to enrol eveybody - especially with the amount of money it takes to run clubs nowadays.

These number in list shock me.
Eoghan Ruadh Hurlers also had 40 stripped out at the Ulster final, so surely these numbers aren't correct

surely clogher with only 27 at youth couldn't be true?

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42378 on: December 10, 2019, 01:13:09 PM »
Does anyone know the venue for the u21 final? Bad enough playing football at this time of the year never mind not knowing the venue 3 or 4 days before the game is played.  Galbally or Pomeroy would be the obvious venues should their pitches be playable after this weeks weather.
So on Facebook that it was in Cmore,  Dungannon not happy;  obviously

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42379 on: December 10, 2019, 02:23:44 PM »
No Brocagh or Drumragh on that list of clubs

You're not slow Tom, but the whispers are neither of those two.

The other Club that are obviously struggling would be Killyman?

I thought Killyman too, but they didn't seem to have too many issues fielding a reserve team this year, or at least not much worse than some Junior clubs did, and even fielded an Under 21 team that fulfilled a few games. Last competitive youth team they fielded I can find was at minor level in 2017, seem to be throwing their lot in with Brocagh & Derrytresk (Naomh Padraig) otherwise - though I noticed neither Naomh Padraig or any of its host clubs fielded at Under 14 this year except for a championship game where they were well beaten.

Here's a list of club membership numbers in Tyrone for 2019 (stolen from tomorrow's County Convention report) that might shine a few lights. I'd actually be curious how Cúchulainn na Ghleanna operates with no listed membership considering they played in the Under 14 hurling league this year?




Would some clubs not have more members than this?  Seems the numbers for some clubs, adult and underage are small enough???

Strabane stood out for me with only 11 adult members, not enough to field a team.

Yeah.  Is it people don't want to pay the annual subscription to their club....but run to every game and event etc.

Clubs should be doing more to enrol eveybody - especially with the amount of money it takes to run clubs nowadays.

These number in list shock me.
Eoghan Ruadh Hurlers also had 40 stripped out at the Ulster final, so surely these numbers aren't correct

surely clogher with only 27 at youth couldn't be true?

Didnt even think we had 27

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42380 on: December 10, 2019, 04:25:52 PM »
Maybe it might be worth amending the formatting of the club managers' 2020 list and group them by grade/division?

Senior

Ardboe: Fabian Muldoon
Carrickmore: Ryan Daly
Clonoe: Stephen McDonnell
Coalisland: Damien O'Hagan
Derrylaughan: Kevin Coary
Donaghmore: John Rafferty
Dromore: Colm McCullagh
Dungannon: Collie Holmes
Errigal Ciaran: Johnny McBride
Galbally: John Moylan
Killyclogher:
Loughmacrory:
Moy: Sean Cavanagh
Omagh: Carl McCabe
Pomeroy: Brian McGuckin
Trillick: Nigel Seaney & Liam Donnelly

Intermediate

Aghaloo: Micky Donnelly
Aghyaran:
Augher: Padraig O'Kane
Beragh: Ryan McCloskey
Clogher:
Edendork: Lorcan Martin
Eglish:
Gortin:
Greencastle: Sean Teague
Moortown: Stephen McHugh & Stephen Ferguson
Naomh Eoghan:
Owen Roes: Barry Tracey
Rock: Martin Hackett
Stewartstown: Fergal Logan
Strabane:
T***yreagh:

Junior

Brackaville: Justin Corr
Brocagh:
Castlederg:
Clann na nGael:
Cookstown
Derrytresk: Paul Hughes
Drumquin:
Drumragh:
Errigal Ciaran Thirds:
Eskra: Gerry Donnelly
Fintona:
Glenelly: Dermot Corry
Kildress: Oz McCallan
Killeeshil:
Killyman:
Urney:

Added Cookstown Fr Rocks in for you  :o

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42381 on: December 10, 2019, 04:28:58 PM »
No Brocagh or Drumragh on that list of clubs

You're not slow Tom, but the whispers are neither of those two.

The other Club that are obviously struggling would be Killyman?

I thought Killyman too, but they didn't seem to have too many issues fielding a reserve team this year, or at least not much worse than some Junior clubs did, and even fielded an Under 21 team that fulfilled a few games. Last competitive youth team they fielded I can find was at minor level in 2017, seem to be throwing their lot in with Brocagh & Derrytresk (Naomh Padraig) otherwise - though I noticed neither Naomh Padraig or any of its host clubs fielded at Under 14 this year except for a championship game where they were well beaten.

Here's a list of club membership numbers in Tyrone for 2019 (stolen from tomorrow's County Convention report) that might shine a few lights. I'd actually be curious how Cúchulainn na Ghleanna operates with no listed membership considering they played in the Under 14 hurling league this year?




Would some clubs not have more members than this?  Seems the numbers for some clubs, adult and underage are small enough???

Strabane stood out for me with only 11 adult members, not enough to field a team.

Yeah.  Is it people don't want to pay the annual subscription to their club....but run to every game and event etc.

Clubs should be doing more to enrol eveybody - especially with the amount of money it takes to run clubs nowadays.

These number in list shock me.
Eoghan Ruadh Hurlers also had 40 stripped out at the Ulster final, so surely these numbers aren't correct

surely clogher with only 27 at youth couldn't be true?

Didnt even think we had 27

The Clogher club will fold within 4 years.  They just dont have the numbers.  Most will end up joining Augher or Eskra at a guess.  Maybe some to Aghaloo or possibly Fintona.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42382 on: December 10, 2019, 05:07:22 PM »
Maybe it might be worth amending the formatting of the club managers' 2020 list and group them by grade/division?

Senior

Ardboe: Fabian Muldoon
Carrickmore: Ryan Daly
Clonoe: Stephen McDonnell
Coalisland: Damien O'Hagan
Derrylaughan: Kevin Coary
Donaghmore: John Rafferty
Dromore: Colm McCullagh
Dungannon: Collie Holmes
Errigal Ciaran: Johnny McBride
Galbally: John Moylan
Killyclogher:
Loughmacrory:
Moy: Sean Cavanagh
Omagh: Carl McCabe
Pomeroy: Brian McGuckin
Trillick: Nigel Seaney & Liam Donnelly

Intermediate

Aghaloo: Micky Donnelly
Aghyaran:
Augher: Padraig O'Kane
Beragh: Ryan McCloskey
Clogher:
Edendork: Lorcan Martin
Eglish:
Gortin:
Greencastle: Sean Teague
Moortown: Stephen McHugh & Stephen Ferguson
Naomh Eoghan:
Owen Roes: Barry Tracey
Rock: Martin Hackett
Stewartstown: Fergal Logan
Strabane:
T***yreagh:

Junior

Brackaville: Justin Corr
Brocagh:
Castlederg:
Clann na nGael:
Cookstown
Derrytresk: Paul Hughes
Drumquin:
Drumragh:
Errigal Ciaran Thirds:
Eskra: Gerry Donnelly
Fintona:
Glenelly: Dermot Corry
Kildress: Oz McCallan
Killeeshil:
Killyman:
Urney:

Added Cookstown Fr Rocks in for you  :o

Has Sean Cavanagh retired from club football or is player/manager?


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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42383 on: December 10, 2019, 11:05:24 PM »
No Brocagh or Drumragh on that list of clubs

You're not slow Tom, but the whispers are neither of those two.

The other Club that are obviously struggling would be Killyman?

I thought Killyman too, but they didn't seem to have too many issues fielding a reserve team this year, or at least not much worse than some Junior clubs did, and even fielded an Under 21 team that fulfilled a few games. Last competitive youth team they fielded I can find was at minor level in 2017, seem to be throwing their lot in with Brocagh & Derrytresk (Naomh Padraig) otherwise - though I noticed neither Naomh Padraig or any of its host clubs fielded at Under 14 this year except for a championship game where they were well beaten.

Here's a list of club membership numbers in Tyrone for 2019 (stolen from tomorrow's County Convention report) that might shine a few lights. I'd actually be curious how Cúchulainn na Ghleanna operates with no listed membership considering they played in the Under 14 hurling league this year?




Would some clubs not have more members than this?  Seems the numbers for some clubs, adult and underage are small enough???

Strabane stood out for me with only 11 adult members, not enough to field a team.

Yeah.  Is it people don't want to pay the annual subscription to their club....but run to every game and event etc.

Clubs should be doing more to enrol eveybody - especially with the amount of money it takes to run clubs nowadays.

These number in list shock me.
Eoghan Ruadh Hurlers also had 40 stripped out at the Ulster final, so surely these numbers aren't correct

surely clogher with only 27 at youth couldn't be true?

Didnt even think we had 27

The Clogher club will fold within 4 years.  They just dont have the numbers.  Most will end up joining Augher or Eskra at a guess.  Maybe some to Aghaloo or possibly Fintona.

Havent been on this in a few weeks and still a load of sh*te being talked i see

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42384 on: December 11, 2019, 01:53:19 AM »
Some white smoke up in Garvaghy tonight...

Martin Sludden is the new Vice-Chairman (replaces Eunan Lindsay)
Eugene McConnell remains PRO (defeated Rory Cox)
Benny Hurl & Dermot McCaughey elected Ulster Council Reps
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42385 on: December 11, 2019, 08:22:52 AM »
Some white smoke up in Garvaghy tonight...

Martin Sludden is the new Vice-Chairman (replaces Eunan Lindsay)
Eugene McConnell remains PRO (defeated Rory Cox)
Benny Hurl & Dermot McCaughey elected Ulster Council Reps

Who is chairman now of the county board? Still Michael Kerr?

Who is looking after fixtures in 2020?

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42386 on: December 11, 2019, 08:24:16 AM »
Maybe it might be worth amending the formatting of the club managers' 2020 list and group them by grade/division?

Senior

Ardboe: Fabian Muldoon
Carrickmore: Ryan Daly
Clonoe: Stephen McDonnell
Coalisland: Damien O'Hagan
Derrylaughan: Kevin Coary
Donaghmore: John Rafferty
Dromore: Colm McCullagh
Dungannon: Collie Holmes
Errigal Ciaran: Johnny McBride
Galbally: John Moylan
Killyclogher:
Loughmacrory:
Moy: Sean Cavanagh
Omagh: Carl McCabe
Pomeroy: Brian McGuckin
Trillick: Nigel Seaney & Liam Donnelly

Intermediate

Aghaloo: Micky Donnelly
Aghyaran:
Augher: Padraig O'Kane
Beragh: Ryan McCloskey
Clogher:
Edendork: Lorcan Martin
Eglish:
Gortin:
Greencastle: Sean Teague
Moortown: Stephen McHugh & Stephen Ferguson
Naomh Eoghan:
Owen Roes: Barry Tracey
Rock: Martin Hackett
Stewartstown: Fergal Logan
Strabane:
T***yreagh:

Junior

Brackaville: Justin Corr
Brocagh:
Castlederg:
Clann na nGael:
Cookstown
Derrytresk: Paul Hughes
Drumquin:
Drumragh:
Errigal Ciaran Thirds:
Eskra: Gerry Donnelly
Fintona:
Glenelly: Dermot Corry
Kildress: Oz McCallan
Killeeshil:
Killyman:
Urney:

Added Cookstown Fr Rocks in for you  :o

Has Sean Cavanagh retired from club football or is player/manager?
Still playing i'd imagine, still their best player by a mile

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42387 on: December 11, 2019, 09:21:57 AM »
Maybe it might be worth amending the formatting of the club managers' 2020 list and group them by grade/division?

Senior

Ardboe: Fabian Muldoon
Carrickmore: Ryan Daly
Clonoe: Stephen McDonnell
Coalisland: Damien O'Hagan
Derrylaughan: Kevin Coary
Donaghmore: John Rafferty
Dromore: Colm McCullagh
Dungannon: Collie Holmes
Errigal Ciaran: Johnny McBride
Galbally: John Moylan
Killyclogher:
Loughmacrory:
Moy: Sean Cavanagh
Omagh: Carl McCabe
Pomeroy: Brian McGuckin
Trillick: Nigel Seaney & Liam Donnelly

Intermediate

Aghaloo: Micky Donnelly
Aghyaran:
Augher: Padraig O'Kane
Beragh: Ryan McCloskey
Clogher:
Edendork: Lorcan Martin
Eglish:
Gortin:
Greencastle: Sean Teague
Moortown: Stephen McHugh & Stephen Ferguson
Naomh Eoghan:
Owen Roes: Barry Tracey
Rock: Martin Hackett
Stewartstown: Fergal Logan
Strabane:
T***yreagh:

Junior

Brackaville: Justin Corr
Brocagh:
Castlederg:
Clann na nGael:
Cookstown
Derrytresk: Paul Hughes
Drumquin:
Drumragh:
Errigal Ciaran Thirds:
Eskra: Gerry Donnelly
Fintona:
Glenelly: Dermot Corry
Kildress: Oz McCallan
Killeeshil:
Killyman:
Urney:

Added Cookstown Fr Rocks in for you  :o

Has Sean Cavanagh retired from club football or is player/manager?
Still playing i'd imagine, still their best player by a mile

Depends if RTE will give him some airtime if he'll play / manage.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42388 on: December 11, 2019, 12:12:23 PM »
Maybe it might be worth amending the formatting of the club managers' 2020 list and group them by grade/division?

Senior

Ardboe: Fabian Muldoon
Carrickmore: Ryan Daly
Clonoe: Stephen McDonnell
Coalisland: Damien O'Hagan
Derrylaughan: Kevin Coary
Donaghmore: John Rafferty
Dromore: Colm McCullagh
Dungannon: Collie Holmes
Errigal Ciaran: Johnny McBride
Galbally: John Moylan
Killyclogher:
Loughmacrory:
Moy: Sean Cavanagh
Omagh: Carl McCabe
Pomeroy: Brian McGuckin
Trillick: Nigel Seaney & Liam Donnelly

Intermediate

Aghaloo: Micky Donnelly
Aghyaran:
Augher: Padraig O'Kane
Beragh: Ryan McCloskey
Clogher:
Edendork: Lorcan Martin
Eglish:
Gortin:
Greencastle: Sean Teague
Moortown: Stephen McHugh & Stephen Ferguson
Naomh Eoghan:
Owen Roes: Barry Tracey
Rock: Martin Hackett
Stewartstown: Fergal Logan
Strabane:
T***yreagh:

Junior

Brackaville: Justin Corr
Brocagh:
Castlederg:
Clann na nGael:
Cookstown
Derrytresk: Paul Hughes
Drumquin:
Drumragh:
Errigal Ciaran Thirds:
Eskra: Gerry Donnelly
Fintona:
Glenelly: Dermot Corry
Kildress: Oz McCallan
Killeeshil:
Killyman:
Urney:

Added Cookstown Fr Rocks in for you  :o

Has Sean Cavanagh retired from club football or is player/manager?

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42389 on: December 11, 2019, 01:44:33 PM »
Does anyone know the venue for the u21 final? Bad enough playing football at this time of the year never mind not knowing the venue 3 or 4 days before the game is played.  Galbally or Pomeroy would be the obvious venues should their pitches be playable after this weeks weather.
So on Facebook that it was in Cmore,  Dungannon not happy;  obviously

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