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« Reply #39630 on: November 20, 2018, 09:58:55 AM »
Aghyaran v dungannon replay set for Sunday.  Mcnulty getting married on friday. Very little talk of the drawn game on here, anyone at it?

Yes I was at it, Dungannon bossed the 1st half but didn't make that dominance count.  Horribly low scoring.  Aghyaran would have thought the game was up before the equaliser.  Hard to know who to fancy next day out.  Wasn't aware McNulty was getting Married this week.  That wedding already cost them a championship maybe cost them league promotion as well


I'm sure when he booked his wedding he thought the league would be long over. Extra time could have been played on saturday also

Extra time and common sense?? Surely not, then how would the county board make more money from the replay?

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« Reply #39631 on: November 20, 2018, 11:06:04 AM »
Aghyaran v dungannon replay set for Sunday.  Mcnulty getting married on friday. Very little talk of the drawn game on here, anyone at it?

Yes I was at it, Dungannon bossed the 1st half but didn't make that dominance count.  Horribly low scoring.  Aghyaran would have thought the game was up before the equaliser.  Hard to know who to fancy next day out.  Wasn't aware McNulty was getting Married this week.  That wedding already cost them a championship maybe cost them league promotion as well


I'm sure when he booked his wedding he thought the league would be long over. Extra time could have been played on saturday also

Extra time and common sense?? Surely not, then how would the county board make more money from the replay?

Such nonsense.
How much will they make from a  replay?
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« Reply #39632 on: November 20, 2018, 11:18:51 AM »
Aghyaran v dungannon replay set for Sunday.  Mcnulty getting married on friday. Very little talk of the drawn game on here, anyone at it?

Yes I was at it, Dungannon bossed the 1st half but didn't make that dominance count.  Horribly low scoring.  Aghyaran would have thought the game was up before the equaliser.  Hard to know who to fancy next day out.  Wasn't aware McNulty was getting Married this week.  That wedding already cost them a championship maybe cost them league promotion as well


I'm sure when he booked his wedding he thought the league would be long over. Extra time could have been played on saturday also

Extra time and common sense?? Surely not, then how would the county board make more money from the replay?

Such nonsense.
How much will they make from a  replay?

Enough to make a few pound and the expense of the club player. Ask most.club players would they rather a replay or extra time to get the season finished this time of year and the answer would be extra time. Another year of fixtures butchered by the county board

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« Reply #39633 on: November 20, 2018, 11:21:08 AM »
Aghyaran v dungannon replay set for Sunday.  Mcnulty getting married on friday. Very little talk of the drawn game on here, anyone at it?

Yes I was at it, Dungannon bossed the 1st half but didn't make that dominance count.  Horribly low scoring.  Aghyaran would have thought the game was up before the equaliser.  Hard to know who to fancy next day out.  Wasn't aware McNulty was getting Married this week.  That wedding already cost them a championship maybe cost them league promotion as well


I'm sure when he booked his wedding he thought the league would be long over. Extra time could have been played on saturday also

Extra time and common sense?? Surely not, then how would the county board make more money from the replay?

Such nonsense.
How much will they make from a  replay?

Enough to make a few pound and the expense of the club player. Ask most.club players would they rather a replay or extra time to get the season finished this time of year and the answer would be extra time. Another year of fixtures butchered by the county board

In fairness the fixtures worked quite well considering me were in an AI final without a ball kicked in the champ. Credit where its due.

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« Reply #39634 on: November 20, 2018, 11:35:23 AM »
Aghyaran v dungannon replay set for Sunday.  Mcnulty getting married on friday. Very little talk of the drawn game on here, anyone at it?

Yes I was at it, Dungannon bossed the 1st half but didn't make that dominance count.  Horribly low scoring.  Aghyaran would have thought the game was up before the equaliser.  Hard to know who to fancy next day out.  Wasn't aware McNulty was getting Married this week.  That wedding already cost them a championship maybe cost them league promotion as well


I'm sure when he booked his wedding he thought the league would be long over. Extra time could have been played on saturday also

Extra time and common sense?? Surely not, then how would the county board make more money from the replay?

Such nonsense.
How much will they make from a  replay?

Enough to make a few pound and the expense of the club player. Ask most.club players would they rather a replay or extra time to get the season finished this time of year and the answer would be extra time. Another year of fixtures butchered by the county board

In fairness the fixtures worked quite well considering me were in an AI final without a ball kicked in the champ. Credit where its due.

How many weeks of the sunmer were senior and intermediate teams sitting idle? Then ram championship matches off right left and centre, some overlapping other games. Then ending in teams not bothering fielding or travelling towards end if tne league. How many reserve games were not olayed this season from top to bottom this season. Must be the highest I remember. Not a bit womder with players falling away over the summer with no games to play. 30 or 40 men out in January busting their balls only to end up having no football to play in the summer. And after all it's meant to be a sunmer sport not a winter one

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« Reply #39635 on: November 20, 2018, 12:31:03 PM »
In fairness to the CCC they've produced a detailed fixture report last week which is honest enough to point out where improvements can be made. This is the first year of the the new fixture programme where by the All Ireland is pulled forward to the start of Sept and super 8s. This means that Tyrone has games almost on a weekly basis in July and August. There is an inevitability that the season will stall. However it looks like they may try and have the starred games in the summer and a more staggered approach to league games earlier in the year. At the very least they are keen to improve the delivery of fixtures and must be applauded for that.

Re Double Ds claim "How many reserve games were not olayed this season from top to bottom this season. Must be the highest I remember." Division 2 and 3 played more games in the reserve league than any of the last 5 years. Division 1 was slightly down on last year but the 3rd most of the last 5 years, so the original claim wasn't accurate.
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« Reply #39636 on: November 20, 2018, 12:32:44 PM »
Aghyaran v dungannon replay set for Sunday.  Mcnulty getting married on friday. Very little talk of the drawn game on here, anyone at it?

Yes I was at it, Dungannon bossed the 1st half but didn't make that dominance count.  Horribly low scoring.  Aghyaran would have thought the game was up before the equaliser.  Hard to know who to fancy next day out.  Wasn't aware McNulty was getting Married this week.  That wedding already cost them a championship maybe cost them league promotion as well


I'm sure when he booked his wedding he thought the league would be long over. Extra time could have been played on saturday also

Extra time and common sense?? Surely not, then how would the county board make more money from the replay?

Such nonsense.
How much will they make from a  replay?

Enough to make a few pound and the expense of the club player. Ask most.club players would they rather a replay or extra time to get the season finished this time of year and the answer would be extra time. Another year of fixtures butchered by the county board

In fairness the fixtures worked quite well considering me were in an AI final without a ball kicked in the champ. Credit where its due.

How many weeks of the sunmer were senior and intermediate teams sitting idle? Then ram championship matches off right left and centre, some overlapping other games. Then ending in teams not bothering fielding or travelling towards end if tne league. How many reserve games were not olayed this season from top to bottom this season. Must be the highest I remember. Not a bit womder with players falling away over the summer with no games to play. 30 or 40 men out in January busting their balls only to end up having no football to play in the summer. And after all it's meant to be a sunmer sport not a winter one

Are there any proposals for the 2019 season as in fixtures to better streamline the layout so to prevent the same 9-10 week window between games in the summer? Or proposals for the improvement of reserve football?

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« Reply #39637 on: November 20, 2018, 12:32:44 PM »
The fixtures probably worked out well if not involved in promotion/relegation playoffs and didn't make league final. The all Ireland final was played a few weeks earlier this year too. Its nearly December and still playing, not much thought for the players. All players may have to book their weddings around Xmas now to be safe

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« Reply #39638 on: November 20, 2018, 12:38:18 PM »
Very fortunate with favourable weather this year too. I have seen worse years for fixtures.

Id rather be playing late into the autumn than doing pre season field work three times a week like some Armagh clubs are doing!



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« Reply #39639 on: November 20, 2018, 12:39:21 PM »
In fairness to the CCC they've produced a detailed fixture report last week which is honest enough to point out where improvements can be made. This is the first year of the the new fixture programme where by the All Ireland is pulled forward to the start of Sept and super 8s. This means that Tyrone has games almost on a weekly basis in July and August. There is an inevitability that the season will stall. However it looks like they may try and have the starred games in the summer and a more staggered approach to league games earlier in the year. At the very least they are keen to improve the delivery of fixtures and must be applauded for that.

Re Double Ds claim "How many reserve games were not olayed this season from top to bottom this season. Must be the highest I remember." Division 2 and 3 played more games in the reserve league than any of the last 5 years. Division 1 was slightly down on last year but the 3rd most of the last 5 years, so the original claim wasn't accurate.

Away with you and your facts.

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« Reply #39640 on: November 20, 2018, 12:57:33 PM »
Very fortunate with favourable weather this year too. I have seen worse years for fixtures.

Id rather be playing late into the autumn than doing pre season field work three times a week like some Armagh clubs are doing!

Any rumours of Tyrone clubs beginning their pre-seasons yet?

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« Reply #39641 on: November 20, 2018, 01:37:41 PM »
Aghyaran v dungannon replay set for Sunday.  Mcnulty getting married on friday. Very little talk of the drawn game on here, anyone at it?

Yes I was at it, Dungannon bossed the 1st half but didn't make that dominance count.  Horribly low scoring.  Aghyaran would have thought the game was up before the equaliser.  Hard to know who to fancy next day out.  Wasn't aware McNulty was getting Married this week.  That wedding already cost them a championship maybe cost them league promotion as well


I'm sure when he booked his wedding he thought the league would be long over. Extra time could have been played on saturday also

Wasn’t at it but heard it was a shocking poor standard. Nerves, weather conditions etc can all play a part so no real surprise given the prize at stake. Has Ronan McHugh done cruciate again? If he has then Clarkes will prevail. Clarkes have a lot of good players coming through in fairness

Heard he's injured, is mcnamee still going to be in the country?  Clarkes very impressive against Gortin and loughmacrory

Cruciate so it seems. Seen the Clarkes against Lough and thought they would put it up to the yarn instead of Pomeroy who had been out the night before. Seem to be a very young team but have a good mix of players which have won a championship including P.Nulty. Unfortunately for them the weddings on the same weekend at the replay. Think they have competed well at minor level now for a few years and showing now.

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« Reply #39642 on: November 20, 2018, 01:39:36 PM »
Very fortunate with favourable weather this year too. I have seen worse years for fixtures.

Id rather be playing late into the autumn than doing pre season field work three times a week like some Armagh clubs are doing!

Any rumours of Tyrone clubs beginning their pre-seasons yet?

Heard Galbally are starting soon, they will look to push to get back up next year

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« Reply #39643 on: November 20, 2018, 05:03:51 PM »
Three options from CCC to go to Clubs at a meeting on Thursday night.

Option 1:
•3 starred games to be held for the months of July & August
•Introduction of a 3rd competition to be played without county players


•Option 2:
•5 leagues
•League 1A & 1B. 10 teams in each league with 9 starred games and 9 non-starred games. Each team would play every team twice home & away
•League 2A & 2B. 10 teams in each league with 9 starred games and 9 non-starred games. Each team would play every team twice home & away
•League 3. 9 teams with 8 starred games and 8 non-starred games. Each team would play every team twice home & away.
•3 championships (As per current system)
•Senior - sen & int winners plus 14 highest league finishers
•Inter - Junior winners plus next 15 league places.
•Junior - all other teams.


Option 3:
•4 leagues
•League 1A & 1B. 12 teams in each league with 11 starred games and 11 non-starred games. Each team would play every team twice home & away
•League 2. 12 teams in each league with 11 starred games and 11 non-starred games. Each team would play every team twice home & away
•League 3. 13 teams with 12 starred games and 12 non-starred games. Each team would play every team twice home & away.
•3 championships
•Senior - sen & int winners plus 14 highest league finishers
•Inter - Junior winners plus next 15 league places.
•Junior - all other teams.
 

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« Reply #39644 on: November 20, 2018, 05:31:29 PM »
In fairness to the CCC they've produced a detailed fixture report last week which is honest enough to point out where improvements can be made. This is the first year of the the new fixture programme where by the All Ireland is pulled forward to the start of Sept and super 8s. This means that Tyrone has games almost on a weekly basis in July and August. There is an inevitability that the season will stall. However it looks like they may try and have the starred games in the summer and a more staggered approach to league games earlier in the year. At the very least they are keen to improve the delivery of fixtures and must be applauded for that.

Re Double Ds claim "How many reserve games were not olayed this season from top to bottom this season. Must be the highest I remember." Division 2 and 3 played more games in the reserve league than any of the last 5 years. Division 1 was slightly down on last year but the 3rd most of the last 5 years, so the original claim wasn't accurate.

Away with you and your facts.

Yes the facts hace proven my claim wrong, i was working on speculation, as i actually did think the number of reserve games was down on previous years, but ive been proven wrong by Norf so i will take my beating on that side of my argument. But i also remember a few senior trams failing to travel across all divisions too? That's hardly a great endorsement of how the fixtures were run or handled. Still believe the club player in Tyrone is handled and treated poorly by the TCB