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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #38400 on: September 13, 2018, 11:35:59 AM »
Richie Donnelly in for operation, thats him out of the club championship. Tyrone Championship just got a lot less handsome  :(
Donaghmore could make a game of it now.

Been injured 8 weeks he said on his post and played on, Mickey Harte doesn't think much of his forwards sittin on the bench as he continued to play him on the starting team right up until the final!!
Doesnt say much either on richys behalf, willing to play for the County but not his club, trillick will be fuming!!

In fairness to the lad I'd give him the credit here on this one trying to force his way, successfully into the senior county team being injured if true.

Trillick probably know he's going to get a bit of a ban after the weekend anyway?

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« Reply #38401 on: September 13, 2018, 11:40:19 AM »
Richie Donnelly in for operation, thats him out of the club championship. Tyrone Championship just got a lot less handsome  :(
Donaghmore could make a game of it now.

Been injured 8 weeks he said on his post and played on, Mickey Harte doesn't think much of his forwards sittin on the bench as he continued to play him on the starting team right up until the final!!
Doesnt say much either on richys behalf, willing to play for the County but not his club, trillick will be fuming!!

In fairness to the lad I'd give him the credit here on this one trying to force his way, successfully into the senior county team being injured if true.

Trillick probably know he's going to get a bit of a ban after the weekend anyway?

Thats true, they may have decided after Sunday that this is the time to do it now wile he is suspended, Id imagine if fit he'd jst play the games as he was for Tyrone aswel for the club as i know he's a big club man aswel to be fair

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #38402 on: September 13, 2018, 01:05:36 PM »
Richie Donnelly in for operation, thats him out of the club championship. Tyrone Championship just got a lot less handsome  :(
Donaghmore could make a game of it now.

Been injured 8 weeks he said on his post and played on, Mickey Harte doesn't think much of his forwards sittin on the bench as he continued to play him on the starting team right up until the final!!
Doesnt say much either on richys behalf, willing to play for the County but not his club, trillick will be fuming!!

In fairness to the lad I'd give him the credit here on this one trying to force his way, successfully into the senior county team being injured if true.

Trillick probably know he's going to get a bit of a ban after the weekend anyway?

Thats true, they may have decided after Sunday that this is the time to do it now wile he is suspended, Id imagine if fit he'd jst play the games as he was for Tyrone aswel for the club as i know he's a big club man aswel to be fair

If he is a big club man he is not showing it, he has shit on the preparation of 30 lads in his club - for tyrone he played through and injury for a month or so (no problem with it as they where on a great run and he was playing a part) and his towed the line discipline wise. For Trillick in two weeks since he has cried off injured acted the bollox on the sideline probably looking a suspension and announced before a championship match that he is out on social media. That is some immature attention seeking bullshit - there is some difference in the respect he has for the two teams there. Poor form.

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« Reply #38403 on: September 13, 2018, 01:17:43 PM »
Richie Donnelly in for operation, thats him out of the club championship. Tyrone Championship just got a lot less handsome  :(
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« Reply #38404 on: September 13, 2018, 01:30:23 PM »
Richie Donnelly in for operation, thats him out of the club championship. Tyrone Championship just got a lot less handsome  :(
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He's a dreamboat tbf.

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« Reply #38405 on: September 14, 2018, 07:31:55 AM »
I have heard Trillick aren't happy with Richard. They didn't really want Donaghamore to know for definte that he was out of the game, then he goes and puts a post up letting them all know the day before the game. It's Tyrone putting him through the op not Trillick and any suspension would be for league which is a different competition. Trilick still in with a chance of winning the championship but it's just got that bit harder now.

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« Reply #38406 on: September 14, 2018, 08:34:36 AM »
I have heard Trillick aren't happy with Richard. They didn't really want Donaghamore to know for definte that he was out of the game, then he goes and puts a post up letting them all know the day before the game. It's Tyrone putting him through the op not Trillick and any suspension would be for league which is a different competition. Trilick still in with a chance of winning the championship but it's just got that bit harder now.

TBF to Richie the post got a good number of likes and shares, thats what it is all about at the end of the day #Winning

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« Reply #38407 on: September 14, 2018, 10:00:50 AM »
Ritchie has the best interest of himself  which meant getting his knee sorted is right and proper.Played through the pain barrier unlike Sean who had a tummy bug and chickened out.

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« Reply #38408 on: September 14, 2018, 10:06:44 AM »
Ritchie has the best interest of himself  which meant getting his knee sorted is right and proper.Played through the pain barrier unlike Sean who had a tummy bug and chickened out.

To be fair to Sen the roof simply caved in, happens to the best professional sports men- look at Ronaldo in 1998 WC final, Rory McIlroy that time in Augsta etc

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« Reply #38409 on: September 14, 2018, 10:15:33 AM »
Ritchie has the best interest of himself  which meant getting his knee sorted is right and proper.Played through the pain barrier unlike Sean who had a tummy bug and chickened out.

LOL, catch yourself on.  Sean Cavanagh owes NOTHING to Tyrone.  Top top player.  Dont even begin to dare compare the two because you just cant and even Ritchie D would agree that Id imagine.

Its a massive pity Ritchie Donnelly missing out on the championship this year, you always want to see the best players at club championship level.

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« Reply #38410 on: September 14, 2018, 01:45:30 PM »
Of course Sean is a legend didnt mean to demean him just describing how on a given day he didnt play were Ritchie was playing when injured.MH letting him play while injured could be open to criticism maybe.

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« Reply #38411 on: September 14, 2018, 02:52:47 PM »
Of course Sean is a legend didnt mean to demean him just describing how on a given day he didnt play were Ritchie was playing when injured.MH letting him play while injured could be open to criticism maybe.

I think if you read the book Sean Cavanagh played too many times when injured. These boys are actually off their heads when you consider what they sacrifice.
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #38412 on: September 14, 2018, 08:47:32 PM »
Good beating match at the end of the first game tonight.

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« Reply #38413 on: September 14, 2018, 09:16:07 PM »
Good beating match at the end of the first game tonight.

Bit of handbags.

Id kick the both of them out to be honest.

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« Reply #38414 on: September 14, 2018, 09:43:56 PM »
Good beating match at the end of the first game tonight.

Bit of handbags.

Id kick the both of them out to be honest.

Looked like more than handbags in the video I saw on twitter
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