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« Reply #43200 on: July 16, 2020, 01:25:18 PM »
so folks whats the predictions for this weekend?

At least 4 or 5 different grounds full and various photos doing the round.

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« Reply #43201 on: July 16, 2020, 05:54:31 PM »
Cardboard photos be a good money spinner.

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« Reply #43202 on: July 17, 2020, 11:28:46 AM »
Killyclogher St. Mary’s   v   Pomeroy Plunketts   
Ardboe O’Donovan Rossa   v   An Charraig Mhor
Dungannon Clarke’s           v   Loughmacrory St. Teresa’s
Errigal Ciaran                   v   Moy Tir na nOg
Donaghmore St. Patrick’s   v      Galbally Pearses
Dromore St. Dympna’s   v   Omagh St. Enda’s
Clonoe O’Rahilly’s           v   Trillick St. Macartan’s
Derrylaughan Kevin Barry’s   v   Coalisland Fianna
Moortown St. Malachy’s   v   Stewartstown Harps
Edendork St. Malachy’s   v   Tattyreagh St. Patrick’s
Rock St Patrick’s                v   Naomh Eoghan
Owen Roes O’Neill’s           v   Greencastle St. Patrick’s
Strabane Sigersons           v   Beragh Red Knights
Eglish St. Patrick’s           v   Aghaloo O’Neill’s
Aghyaran St. Davog’s        v   Clogher Eire Og
Gortin St. Patrick’s           v   Augher St. Macartan’s
Brocagh Emmetts           v   Cookstown Fr. Rock’s
Coalisland Fianna III           v   Drumquin Wolfe Tones
Urney St. Columba’s           v   Clann na nGael
Drumragh Sarsfields           v   Kildress Wolfe Tones
Killeeshil St. Mary’s           v   Derrytresk Fir an Chnoic
Fintona Pearses                   v   Killyman St. Mary’s
Eskra Emmetts                   v   Brackaville Owen Roes

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« Reply #43203 on: July 17, 2020, 11:32:51 AM »
Have any players come out of retirement given it is a short season?

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« Reply #43204 on: July 17, 2020, 12:03:29 PM »
Have any players come out of retirement given it is a short season?
McCarron is back with Dromore.

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« Reply #43205 on: July 17, 2020, 12:10:23 PM »
Have any players come out of retirement given it is a short season?
McCarron is back with Dromore.
Mugsy is back with Cookstown

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« Reply #43206 on: July 17, 2020, 12:15:28 PM »
Have any players come out of retirement given it is a short season?
McCarron is back with Dromore.
Mugsy is back with Cookstown

Couldn't be good for the spirit of adult teams when these lads sign up again.

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« Reply #43207 on: July 17, 2020, 12:28:26 PM »
Have any players come out of retirement given it is a short season?
McCarron is back with Dromore.
Mugsy is back with Cookstown

Couldn't be good for the spirit of adult teams when these lads sign up again.

Couldnt agree more - if players werent there pre Covid I would be pissed if I was a young player due to sit on the sideline

I can see if a club were struggling with numbers

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« Reply #43208 on: July 17, 2020, 12:35:26 PM »
Why not? Mulligan in D3? For free taking alone he's worth his weight in gold.

McCarron is slightly different obviously....I don't know what they will make of that.

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« Reply #43209 on: July 17, 2020, 01:04:17 PM »
Joe McCarroll Eskra

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« Reply #43210 on: July 17, 2020, 02:35:32 PM »
Why not? Mulligan in D3? For free taking alone he's worth his weight in gold.

McCarron is slightly different obviously....I don't know what they will make of that.

But you're thinking the short term gain thing - might be ok for 6 weeks but will not be back next year probably.

Now the younger lad who has been training all along sees the -experienced' lad coming back for the short season and he is dumped from the panel or thinks, sod this, I'll not be back next year.

Managers, but especially the committee need to think in the longer term.

Who will benefit the club the most?

Like yourself, too many people people want the short term fix.


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« Reply #43211 on: July 17, 2020, 03:31:29 PM »
Why not? Mulligan in D3? For free taking alone he's worth his weight in gold.

McCarron is slightly different obviously....I don't know what they will make of that.

But you're thinking the short term gain thing - might be ok for 6 weeks but will not be back next year probably.

Now the younger lad who has been training all along sees the -experienced' lad coming back for the short season and he is dumped from the panel or thinks, sod this, I'll not be back next year.

Managers, but especially the committee need to think in the longer term.

Who will benefit the club the most?

Like yourself, too many people people want the short term fix.

I'm not a Cookstown man so I'm speaking out of school so to speak. But if I was, I'd be saying to myself our young ones must not be that great well if we are sitting here in Junior Football. Cookstown in Junior Football. Unbelieveable. This is a club that has won All Irelands at Club Level not a million years ago.

So if some young lad who wasn't good enough to help them last year...and the year before that....takes the hump about not getting a game now. Let him run on. No club is ever going to go anywhere without men ready to take on the challenge head on. There is lads on Coalisland/Clonoe/Trillick/Errigal etc bench that would start for well over 75% of the clubs in the whole of Tyrone, do they take the hump?

Who is to say Mulligan even starts for them? But you don't turn down someone with that experience, if I was a Cookstown youngster I'd be stuck to the side of Mulligan at training, especially with the inside mark and his ability to win ball. He's not a rival, he's a team mate.




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« Reply #43212 on: July 17, 2020, 03:56:32 PM »
Great points raised here on the thread.  My own club has an influx of players coming back due to the times that they are, and personally I think its a good thing. 

Personally, I feel any player that has played and represented their club growing up as children and adults should never be turned away on the basis they are only back short term. 

As pointed out above, he would be a great asset in training if nothing else.  If a young forward can learn a thing or two from him, or a defender can learn how to mark him, Cookstown should be happy that long term it will pay off. 

I tend to think of myself as a one man wolfpack...

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« Reply #43213 on: July 17, 2020, 04:42:51 PM »
Why not? Mulligan in D3? For free taking alone he's worth his weight in gold.

McCarron is slightly different obviously....I don't know what they will make of that.

But you're thinking the short term gain thing - might be ok for 6 weeks but will not be back next year probably.

Now the younger lad who has been training all along sees the -experienced' lad coming back for the short season and he is dumped from the panel or thinks, sod this, I'll not be back next year.

Managers, but especially the committee need to think in the longer term.

Who will benefit the club the most?

Like yourself, too many people people want the short term fix.

I'm not a Cookstown man so I'm speaking out of school so to speak. But if I was, I'd be saying to myself our young ones must not be that great well if we are sitting here in Junior Football. Cookstown in Junior Football. Unbelieveable. This is a club that has won All Irelands at Club Level not a million years ago.

So if some young lad who wasn't good enough to help them last year...and the year before that....takes the hump about not getting a game now. Let him run on. No club is ever going to go anywhere without men ready to take on the challenge head on. There is lads on Coalisland/Clonoe/Trillick/Errigal etc bench that would start for well over 75% of the clubs in the whole of Tyrone, do they take the hump?

Who is to say Mulligan even starts for them? But you don't turn down someone with that experience, if I was a Cookstown youngster I'd be stuck to the side of Mulligan at training, especially with the inside mark and his ability to win ball. He's not a rival, he's a team mate.

Not blaming Mugsy here but surely the point is they are in that division because that is their current level.

If Mugsy shot the lights out and they go up how will they stay up when the players that have already been deemed not good enough in that division havent been given any game time to improve? Or as someone said they have left the team.

Just looking at the overall picture and not specifically Cookstown but they are a good example to use

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« Reply #43214 on: July 19, 2020, 11:02:16 AM »
Any other clubs live streaming their games? Dungannon streaming the Lough game and Dromore streaming the Omagh game on their Facebook page