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« Reply #39510 on: November 04, 2018, 10:17:37 PM »
Lucky enough to come away with a draw up in Aghyaran today but itís never an easy place to go. Aghyaran up by 7 with 15 to go and had they not been as cynical they likely would have beaten us. They continually fouled by any means any time we got a run on them. Apparently the replays next Sunday up in Aghyaran again. Surely that canít be right?

Did Ronan McNamee play? Someone mentioned he was away to Oz.

Yep he wasnít there today, big miss for them. Unsure whether or not heíll be back for the replay.

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« Reply #39511 on: November 04, 2018, 10:20:15 PM »
Lucky enough to come away with a draw up in Aghyaran today but itís never an easy place to go. Aghyaran up by 7 with 15 to go and had they not been as cynical they likely would have beaten us. They continually fouled by any means any time we got a run on them. Apparently the replays next Sunday up in Aghyaran again. Surely that canít be right?

Since when did they stop playing extra time in these games?

The logical reason would be it would have given Aghyaran an unfair advantage before we had a chance to have the replay in Pomeroy. Still canít see the replay being in Aghyaran, doesnít seem right.

But surely the idea is to give Aghyaran the advantage as they finished higher in the league so why should that be taken away?

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« Reply #39512 on: November 04, 2018, 10:42:54 PM »
Any word on where/when the Lough v Dungannon game will be played? For some reason the Tyrone gaa website fixtures not loading up for me.

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« Reply #39513 on: November 04, 2018, 11:08:41 PM »
Any word on where/when the Lough v Dungannon game will be played? For some reason the Tyrone gaa website fixtures not loading up for me.

Lough v Dungannon next Sunday galbally 2.30

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« Reply #39514 on: November 04, 2018, 11:10:24 PM »
Lucky enough to come away with a draw up in Aghyaran today but itís never an easy place to go. Aghyaran up by 7 with 15 to go and had they not been as cynical they likely would have beaten us. They continually fouled by any means any time we got a run on them. Apparently the replays next Sunday up in Aghyaran again. Surely that canít be right?

Since when did they stop playing extra time in these games?

The logical reason would be it would have given Aghyaran an unfair advantage before we had a chance to have the replay in Pomeroy. Still canít see the replay being in Aghyaran, doesnít seem right.

But surely the idea is to give Aghyaran the advantage as they finished higher in the league so why should that be taken away?
remember years ago think 2010 we played aghyaran in relegation playoff up their and it was a draw. Went to replay in gortin nor sure why. Would it be a neutral venue again?

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« Reply #39515 on: November 05, 2018, 12:40:26 AM »
Any word on where/when the Lough v Dungannon game will be played? For some reason the Tyrone gaa website fixtures not loading up for me.

Lough v Dungannon next Sunday galbally 2.30

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« Reply #39516 on: November 05, 2018, 01:31:28 AM »
Lucky enough to come away with a draw up in Aghyaran today but itís never an easy place to go. Aghyaran up by 7 with 15 to go and had they not been as cynical they likely would have beaten us. They continually fouled by any means any time we got a run on them. Apparently the replays next Sunday up in Aghyaran again. Surely that canít be right?

Since when did they stop playing extra time in these games?

The logical reason would be it would have given Aghyaran an unfair advantage before we had a chance to have the replay in Pomeroy. Still canít see the replay being in Aghyaran, doesnít seem right.

But surely the idea is to give Aghyaran the advantage as they finished higher in the league so why should that be taken away?
remember years ago think 2010 we played aghyaran in relegation playoff up their and it was a draw. Went to replay in gortin nor sure why. Would it be a neutral venue again?
When Eskra and Kileeshil drew a few weeks ago, the replay was refixed for Eskra again.

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« Reply #39517 on: November 05, 2018, 02:29:30 AM »
Lough vs Dungannon should be an easy win for the clarkes feel like they should have too much for a young side like the lough. Dont think loughmacrory would be able to cope with div 1 , especially that young grimes lad a big player for them but wouldn't be able to act the big man like he does in div 2.

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« Reply #39518 on: November 05, 2018, 08:25:45 AM »
Why did young O'Hagon not play for the Fianna on Saturday night??

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« Reply #39519 on: November 05, 2018, 09:29:08 AM »
Lucky enough to come away with a draw up in Aghyaran today but itís never an easy place to go. Aghyaran up by 7 with 15 to go and had they not been as cynical they likely would have beaten us. They continually fouled by any means any time we got a run on them. Apparently the replays next Sunday up in Aghyaran again. Surely that canít be right?

Since when did they stop playing extra time in these games?

The logical reason would be it would have given Aghyaran an unfair advantage before we had a chance to have the replay in Pomeroy. Still canít see the replay being in Aghyaran, doesnít seem right.

But surely the idea is to give Aghyaran the advantage as they finished higher in the league so why should that be taken away?
Surely they lose that advantage having not won, otherwise why not play extra time? if it finishes a draw the next day, do they continue to go back to aghyaran?

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« Reply #39520 on: November 05, 2018, 09:40:33 AM »
Lucky enough to come away with a draw up in Aghyaran today but itís never an easy place to go. Aghyaran up by 7 with 15 to go and had they not been as cynical they likely would have beaten us. They continually fouled by any means any time we got a run on them. Apparently the replays next Sunday up in Aghyaran again. Surely that canít be right?

Since when did they stop playing extra time in these games?

The logical reason would be it would have given Aghyaran an unfair advantage before we had a chance to have the replay in Pomeroy. Still canít see the replay being in Aghyaran, doesnít seem right.

But surely the idea is to give Aghyaran the advantage as they finished higher in the league so why should that be taken away?

They've already had their advantage yesterday. Surely it should now either be in Pomeroy or a neutral venue.

Using your logic, surely Loughmacrory should be playing Dungannon at home seeing they finished higher in the league?

The eskra/Killeshill replay was refixed for Eskra as Killeshill requested the game be switched from Sunday to Saturday. Killeshill agreed to forfeiting home advantage.

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« Reply #39521 on: November 05, 2018, 09:43:44 AM »
Lucky enough to come away with a draw up in Aghyaran today but itís never an easy place to go. Aghyaran up by 7 with 15 to go and had they not been as cynical they likely would have beaten us. They continually fouled by any means any time we got a run on them. Apparently the replays next Sunday up in Aghyaran again. Surely that canít be right?

Since when did they stop playing extra time in these games?

The logical reason would be it would have given Aghyaran an unfair advantage before we had a chance to have the replay in Pomeroy. Still canít see the replay being in Aghyaran, doesnít seem right.

But surely the idea is to give Aghyaran the advantage as they finished higher in the league so why should that be taken away?
Surely they lose that advantage having not won, otherwise why not play extra time? if it finishes a draw the next day, do they continue to go back to aghyaran?

This is why i thought extra time would and should have been played on the original fixture. I would imagine it would now go to extra tine the next day if it ended a draw again?

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« Reply #39522 on: November 05, 2018, 09:51:58 AM »
Lucky enough to come away with a draw up in Aghyaran today but itís never an easy place to go. Aghyaran up by 7 with 15 to go and had they not been as cynical they likely would have beaten us. They continually fouled by any means any time we got a run on them. Apparently the replays next Sunday up in Aghyaran again. Surely that canít be right?

Since when did they stop playing extra time in these games?

The logical reason would be it would have given Aghyaran an unfair advantage before we had a chance to have the replay in Pomeroy. Still canít see the replay being in Aghyaran, doesnít seem right.

But surely the idea is to give Aghyaran the advantage as they finished higher in the league so why should that be taken away?

They've already had their advantage yesterday. Surely it should now either be in Pomeroy or a neutral venue.

Using your logic, surely Loughmacrory should be playing Dungannon at home seeing they finished higher in the league?

The eskra/Killeshill replay was refixed for Eskra as Killeshill requested the game be switched from Sunday to Saturday. Killeshill agreed to forfeiting home advantage.

Well no that wouldn't be the case with my logic as i was referring to the 1st round if playoff games rather than the division decider, as it has always been set out that the division decider is neutral, same way the division 1/division 2 game is neutral.

Simple amswer was to play extra time on the 1st fixture when Aghyaran had their home advantage. Neutral venue be a good solution for the replay as see no reason why Pomeroy should now have home advantage

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« Reply #39523 on: November 05, 2018, 09:57:27 AM »
Lucky enough to come away with a draw up in Aghyaran today but itís never an easy place to go. Aghyaran up by 7 with 15 to go and had they not been as cynical they likely would have beaten us. They continually fouled by any means any time we got a run on them. Apparently the replays next Sunday up in Aghyaran again. Surely that canít be right?

Since when did they stop playing extra time in these games?

The logical reason would be it would have given Aghyaran an unfair advantage before we had a chance to have the replay in Pomeroy. Still canít see the replay being in Aghyaran, doesnít seem right.

But surely the idea is to give Aghyaran the advantage as they finished higher in the league so why should that be taken away?

They've already had their advantage yesterday. Surely it should now either be in Pomeroy or a neutral venue.

Using your logic, surely Loughmacrory should be playing Dungannon at home seeing they finished higher in the league?

The eskra/Killeshill replay was refixed for Eskra as Killeshill requested the game be switched from Sunday to Saturday. Killeshill agreed to forfeiting home advantage.

Well no that wouldn't be the case with my logic as i was referring to the 1st round if playoff games rather than the division decider, as it has always been set out that the division decider is neutral, same way the division 1/division 2 game is neutral.

Simple amswer was to play extra time on the 1st fixture when Aghyaran had their home advantage. Neutral venue be a good solution for the replay as see no reason why Pomeroy should now have home advantage
I would say that neutral venue is the logical outcome when they didn't play extra time yesterday.

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« Reply #39524 on: November 05, 2018, 11:02:10 AM »
Lough vs Dungannon should be an easy win for the clarkes feel like they should have too much for a young side like the lough. Dont think loughmacrory would be able to cope with div 1 , especially that young grimes lad a big player for them but wouldn't be able to act the big man like he does in div 2.

Did he ruffle your feathers. OurKid?

I'd say we've a decent shot in this game but no matter what it's been a very good season only being beat twice with a very young team.