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« Reply #38070 on: July 07, 2018, 12:01:42 AM »
The more you hear from posters the more it seems that it might have actually happened. Imangine someone actually needed that ambulance and died because it wasn't available because someone called it to get a game called off. Police should be involved if it turns out that it's true. Aboulste disgrace to the club if he did that

“Police should be involved”

Wise up.

That’s a bigger issue.

Do you know how many people round belfast treat the ambulances like a taxi service for appointments and the like?

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« Reply #38071 on: July 13, 2018, 09:53:58 AM »
Whats going on up in Cookstown?

Any of our East Tyrone posters be able to fill us in? worrying times for the Fr.Rocks

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« Reply #38072 on: July 13, 2018, 10:04:49 AM »
Whats going on up in Cookstown?

Any of our East Tyrone posters be able to fill us in? worrying times for the Fr.Rocks

Havent heard anything of note. What have you heard??

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« Reply #38073 on: July 13, 2018, 11:26:01 AM »
Mass walk out of players and management has resigned, not sure of circumstances surrounding this though.

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« Reply #38074 on: July 13, 2018, 06:59:25 PM »
Had things not picked up there recently? Their results certainly improved a lot. Was hoping they'd nab a point or two of Gortin to help us seal second place so hopefully they get it back on track asap :)

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« Reply #38075 on: July 13, 2018, 08:09:49 PM »
Had things not picked up there recently? Their results certainly improved a lot. Was hoping they'd nab a point or two of Gortin to help us seal second place so hopefully they get it back on track asap :)

Row amongst themselves 10 players walked out before friendly match last Friday night, i am no fan of the Fr Rocks but very sad in my opinion for this to happen in any club...

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« Reply #38076 on: July 20, 2018, 03:15:30 PM »
I see donghmore conceded a u14 championship final last night, after they had already won the feile earlier in the year. Extremely poor form

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« Reply #38077 on: July 20, 2018, 03:51:43 PM »
Did Ardboe not win the feile this year?

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« Reply #38078 on: July 20, 2018, 03:56:51 PM »
Sorry league final

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« Reply #38079 on: July 20, 2018, 03:57:08 PM »
I see donghmore conceded a u14 championship final last night, after they had already won the feile earlier in the year. Extremely poor form

I don't think it's as simple as they conceded a Championship final. Their facebook had the following up yesterday:

"Please be advised that Donaghmore are unable to fulfil tonight’s U14 Final fixture against Ardboe. This is due to missing several players and management due to holidays. In May/June we realised we would be missing 8 players (5 league final starters and 3 subs) and two managers on this date due to holidays and other commitments.

We requested to play both finals in same week pre-holidays but Ardboe could not agree, due to a hectic schedule already including the All-Ireland Feile. Instead, both clubs agreed to play the league final pre-holidays and the Championship final in September. However, Ardboe and County board have now stated that they wish for the final to go ahead tonight, as originally fixed.

Therefore, we have no option but to forfeit the game. To supporters and parents of players, please be assured we have done everything we can over the past 2 weeks to get this game moved but to no avail.

We will continue to work with Ardboe and the County Board to resolve this issue, as I’m sure both clubs would want the final to take place."

I don't see the decision to concede a Grade 1 championship would be taken lightly, especially as they were going for the double over Ardboe.

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« Reply #38080 on: July 20, 2018, 04:04:34 PM »
I see donghmore conceded a u14 championship final last night, after they had already won the feile earlier in the year. Extremely poor form

I don't think it's as simple as they conceded a Championship final. Their facebook had the following up yesterday:

"Please be advised that Donaghmore are unable to fulfil tonight’s U14 Final fixture against Ardboe. This is due to missing several players and management due to holidays. In May/June we realised we would be missing 8 players (5 league final starters and 3 subs) and two managers on this date due to holidays and other commitments.

We requested to play both finals in same week pre-holidays but Ardboe could not agree, due to a hectic schedule already including the All-Ireland Feile. Instead, both clubs agreed to play the league final pre-holidays and the Championship final in September. However, Ardboe and County board have now stated that they wish for the final to go ahead tonight, as originally fixed.

Therefore, we have no option but to forfeit the game. To supporters and parents of players, please be assured we have done everything we can over the past 2 weeks to get this game moved but to no avail.

We will continue to work with Ardboe and the County Board to resolve this issue, as I’m sure both clubs would want the final to take place."

I don't see the decision to concede a Grade 1 championship would be taken lightly, especially as they were going for the double over Ardboe.

Massive f**k up by Ardboe and County board.

1. County board schedule an u14 final in middle of July fortnight Hello kids  / family holidays .???? have some cop on.

2. Ardboe lack the decency to reschedule the game Hello 14 year old county final Hello Sportsmanship ????? have some cop on.


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« Reply #38081 on: July 20, 2018, 04:09:30 PM »
Donaghmore forgot to mention that they refused Ardboe’s request to move the league final from the Wednesday night to the Friday.
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« Reply #38082 on: July 20, 2018, 09:47:06 PM »
No doubt these finals should finished before end of June. I think donghmore played a u-14 final a few years back in Aug/sept time as well so this obviously set the marker for that suggestion. Unfortunately the finals were set months ago as was the holiday break. It's the same for every team, if you have players missing and the other team doesn't agree to moving the game then it goes ahead. They have 3 men managing and a squad of 25 plus. They mightn't have won but it's not all about winning at that level. Their management would do well to try and understand that

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« Reply #38083 on: July 20, 2018, 10:48:34 PM »
No doubt these finals should finished before end of June. I think donghmore played a u-14 final a few years back in Aug/sept time as well so this obviously set the marker for that suggestion. Unfortunately the finals were set months ago as was the holiday break. It's the same for every team, if you have players missing and the other team doesn't agree to moving the game then it goes ahead. They have 3 men managing and a squad of 25 plus. They mightn't have won but it's not all about winning at that level. Their management would do well to try and understand that
If it's not all abiut winning then why would Ardboe not agree to refixing the game to a date which would suit both teams and allow all the lads involved to play in a championship final

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« Reply #38084 on: July 20, 2018, 11:23:11 PM »
Ardboe played a championship semi final on the Monday,2 Féile games on the Friday,2 Féile games on the Saturday and one on the Sunday.
Ardboe asked for the league final to be moved from the Wednesday to the Friday to give their injured players more recovery time.This was point blank refused by Donaghmore.They also knew Ardboe would be missing a key defender for that game.So they refused to switch it,and they were entitled to do so.
Ardboe played on the Wednesday night,gave it their best shot and came up short.

Now it’s a different story when the shoe is on the other foot.Ardboe told Donaghmore over a week ago that they would be playing the championship final last night.Ardboe,like Donaghmore were also perfectly entitled to do so.
I would imagine parents of the 19 remaining Donaghmore players wouldn’t be too happy with their clubs decision to forfeit the game.
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