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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #37620 on: May 14, 2018, 04:01:02 PM »
Just heard one of our players ended out in hospital after yesterdays game after receiving a dirty dig of the ball.  He is being kept in for a second night and had to receive 2 brain scans that thankfully both came back clear. The fella who done the damage was correctly sent of but will be back playing after only missing out in one game. Surely the time has to meet the crime and in this case and the one involving the young Carson lad it doesnt.

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« Reply #37621 on: May 14, 2018, 04:45:52 PM »
Just heard one of our players ended out in hospital after yesterdays game after receiving a dirty dig of the ball.  He is being kept in for a second night and had to receive 2 brain scans that thankfully both came back clear. The fella who done the damage was correctly sent of but will be back playing after only missing out in one game. Surely the time has to meet the crime and in this case and the one involving the young Carson lad it doesnt.
The greencastle/lough incident has been subject to divided opinion, this one was nothing short of a disgrace as it was totally off the ball. Hopefully sanctions are made against a match video on this also!!

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« Reply #37622 on: May 14, 2018, 04:58:06 PM »
Just heard one of our players ended out in hospital after yesterdays game after receiving a dirty dig of the ball.  He is being kept in for a second night and had to receive 2 brain scans that thankfully both came back clear. The fella who done the damage was correctly sent of but will be back playing after only missing out in one game. Surely the time has to meet the crime and in this case and the one involving the young Carson lad it doesnt.
The greencastle/lough incident has been subject to divided opinion, this one was nothing short of a disgrace as it was totally off the ball. Hopefully sanctions are made against a match video on this also!!

So some people are saying it happened during the play and others off the ball?? Sludden gave a Red, does that mean he seen it?? He would have a reputation of "letting things go" when he doesnt want to get involved, all about him. Moortown v Cookstown clip comes to mind

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« Reply #37623 on: May 14, 2018, 05:03:32 PM »
Just heard one of our players ended out in hospital after yesterdays game after receiving a dirty dig of the ball.  He is being kept in for a second night and had to receive 2 brain scans that thankfully both came back clear. The fella who done the damage was correctly sent of but will be back playing after only missing out in one game. Surely the time has to meet the crime and in this case and the one involving the young Carson lad it doesnt.
The greencastle/lough incident has been subject to divided opinion, this one was nothing short of a disgrace as it was totally off the ball. Hopefully sanctions are made against a match video on this also!!

So some people are saying it happened during the play and others off the ball?? Sludden gave a Red, does that mean he seen it?? He would have a reputation of "letting things go" when he doesnt want to get involved, all about him. Moortown v Cookstown clip comes to mind
I was referring to the incident in the Carrickmore Donaghmore game being an off the ball punch club boi. Im not totally sure what happened in the Gcastle game!

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« Reply #37624 on: May 14, 2018, 05:29:30 PM »
Just heard one of our players ended out in hospital after yesterdays game after receiving a dirty dig of the ball.  He is being kept in for a second night and had to receive 2 brain scans that thankfully both came back clear. The fella who done the damage was correctly sent of but will be back playing after only missing out in one game. Surely the time has to meet the crime and in this case and the one involving the young Carson lad it doesnt.
The greencastle/lough incident has been subject to divided opinion, this one was nothing short of a disgrace as it was totally off the ball. Hopefully sanctions are made against a match video on this also!!

So some people are saying it happened during the play and others off the ball?? Sludden gave a Red, does that mean he seen it?? He would have a reputation of "letting things go" when he doesnt want to get involved, all about him. Moortown v Cookstown clip comes to mind
I was referring to the incident in the Carrickmore Donaghmore game being an off the ball punch club boi. Im not totally sure what happened in the Gcastle game!

WOW, never heard of this. So 2 incidents in 1 weekend?? Any wonder people are giving up football in high numbers

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« Reply #37625 on: May 14, 2018, 05:40:06 PM »
Ardboe management doing a good job.Lost 5 or 6 players due to emigration and retirements But they’ve won 4 from 6 so far.
A lot of tough games to come though but I would say the aim for the next couple of years will be to retain division 1 status and bring some new talent through.

Have they lost 5 or 6 good men though or 5 or 6 duds? Seems like it was a full moon on Saturday night with all the incidents that happened. Don't agree with naming names. It might have been a bad tackle in the Gcastle match but I doubt that those involved wanted to put anyone in hospital.

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« Reply #37626 on: May 14, 2018, 06:00:26 PM »
If this is the same pg I mind then he most definitely knew what he was at. Little curly headed fella. Loughmacrory are a great club but players like this give them a bad name

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« Reply #37627 on: May 14, 2018, 07:13:59 PM »
Yeah he’s a nasty player. I didn’t know his name but recognize the description. Known for off the ball antics.
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« Reply #37628 on: May 15, 2018, 10:06:00 AM »
Big result for Errigal thirds last night beating Clogher who were previously unbeaten at the top of the table,  There are still about 6-7 teams with a realistic chance of winning the Junior league. Eglish setting the pace in Division 2 which is also very balanced this year with little separating teams from third place to twelfth. Will Eglish go the full season unbeaten?

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« Reply #37629 on: May 15, 2018, 10:14:45 AM »
Errigal Ciaran Thirds produced an excellent team performance at Dunmoyle on Monday evening to hand Clogher their first league defeat of the season.

Goals from Michael Harte and Caolan Tierney as well as ten points shared between Sean Mc Kenna (3), Jody Farrell (3) and Pio Mc Dermott (4) were enough to seal the win.

Clogher will be hoping to bounce back from this setback and will be looking to get their season back on track again when they face neighbours Killeeshil next Monday night.


http://teamtalkmag.com/2018/05/errigal-thirds-defeat-clogher/

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« Reply #37630 on: May 15, 2018, 10:51:17 AM »
Big result for Errigal thirds last night beating Clogher who were previously unbeaten at the top of the table,  There are still about 6-7 teams with a realistic chance of winning the Junior league. Eglish setting the pace in Division 2 which is also very balanced this year with little separating teams from third place to twelfth. Will Eglish go the full season unbeaten?

Does seem to be very tight down there. I had expected one of the relegated teams from last year  to win that division comfortably (Eskra/Rock are going well to be fair but Castlederg struggling) but seems to be a lot of teams keeping pace with some tight games. EC III have now beaten Clogher and Rock in the last couple of weeks after a poor start. Any reason for the upturn?


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« Reply #37631 on: May 15, 2018, 10:53:06 AM »
Errigal Ciaran Thirds produced an excellent team performance at Dunmoyle on Monday evening to hand Clogher their first league defeat of the season.

Goals from Michael Harte and Caolan Tierney as well as ten points shared between Sean Mc Kenna (3), Jody Farrell (3) and Pio Mc Dermott (4) were enough to seal the win.

Clogher will be hoping to bounce back from this setback and will be looking to get their season back on track again when they face neighbours Killeeshil next Monday night.


http://teamtalkmag.com/2018/05/errigal-thirds-defeat-clogher/

Is that the Sean McKenna that was on the all Ireland u21 winning team playing for the thirds team?  Not bad going for a clubs third team but we'll never see them promoted. surely omagh would be capable of fielding a junior team? Whats peoples views on a club having a division 3 team as well as a division 1 team or whats the pros and cons of it? I know scotstown have the same setup and their div 1 team seem quite successful in monaghan.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #37632 on: May 15, 2018, 11:00:41 AM »
What are the rules on eligibility?
Are Errigal required to produce a list of players that aren't eligible for Thirds football at the start of the year?

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« Reply #37633 on: May 15, 2018, 11:40:13 AM »
What are the rules on eligibility?
Are Errigal required to produce a list of players that aren't eligible for Thirds football at the start of the year?

As far as I know if you play a senior/reserve league game you aren't eligible to play for the thirds.

Clubs that have a thirds team usually run it separately from their senior/reserve team. Usually more of a sociable/recreational atmosphere and not used in a way that if someone is starring they are promoted to the reserve/senior team.

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« Reply #37634 on: May 15, 2018, 12:00:55 PM »
What are the rules on eligibility?
Are Errigal required to produce a list of players that aren't eligible for Thirds football at the start of the year?

As far as I know if you play a senior/reserve league game you aren't eligible to play for the thirds.

Clubs that have a thirds team usually run it separately from their senior/reserve team. Usually more of a sociable/recreational atmosphere and not used in a way that if someone is starring they are promoted to the reserve/senior team.

Perhaps not in this case. Errigal are definitely playing some of their Div 1 players in the III's team whenever the thirds are playing on a different day to the Senior teams. Surely this isn't fair to the Junior Clubs?