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« Reply #40440 on: August 15, 2019, 11:10:32 PM »
CCCC meeting last night to sort fixtures and venues going forward. Not sure what they have been doin for the last 2 weeks but I'm last night sorted it, fixtures will be out today and there will be no hiccups.  :o

Still no word then.....?

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« Reply #40441 on: August 16, 2019, 08:34:06 AM »
Seems some championship fixtures are known ie Dromore Trillick on 6th of September in Healy Park.


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« Reply #40442 on: August 16, 2019, 11:22:59 AM »
Seems some championship fixtures are known ie Dromore Trillick on 6th of September in Healy Park.
Greencastle V Clogher is meant to be the curtain raiser.

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« Reply #40443 on: August 16, 2019, 11:49:44 AM »
Seems some championship fixtures are known ie Dromore Trillick on 6th of September in Healy Park.
Greencastle V Clogher is meant to be the curtain raiser.


Junior championship fixed for next weekend it appears, kicking off Friday night

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« Reply #40444 on: August 16, 2019, 12:03:46 PM »
County Board having an absolute mare at the minute... must have been on rip all week cause big Eunan getting hitched!

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« Reply #40445 on: August 16, 2019, 12:16:39 PM »
County Board having an absolute mare at the minute... must have been on rip all week cause big Eunan getting hitched!

Next Saturdays fixtures up on the website now, 1pm and 2.30pm Saturday.

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« Reply #40446 on: August 16, 2019, 12:29:03 PM »
County Board having an absolute mare at the minute... must have been on rip all week cause big Eunan getting hitched!

Strange way to handle the Junior Championship with the preliminary round being played on the same weekend as the 1st round. Doesn't make much sense? But then again not many of their decisions lately have.

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« Reply #40447 on: August 16, 2019, 12:36:38 PM »
County Board having an absolute mare at the minute... must have been on rip all week cause big Eunan getting hitched!

Strange way to handle the Junior Championship with the preliminary round being played on the same weekend as the 1st round. Doesn't make much sense? But then again not many of their decisions lately have.

Agreed, but I assume they want to get things rattled off now, especially Div 3. It does raise the question will the remaining first round game involving the prelim game winner be shoehorned i midweek or something? Giving clubs 7 day notice for a championship game on a Friday evening is not the best approach either but I suppose it is the same for everyone.

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« Reply #40448 on: August 16, 2019, 12:52:30 PM »
County Board having an absolute mare at the minute... must have been on rip all week cause big Eunan getting hitched!

Strange way to handle the Junior Championship with the preliminary round being played on the same weekend as the 1st round. Doesn't make much sense? But then again not many of their decisions lately have.

Agreed, but I assume they want to get things rattled off now, especially Div 3. It does raise the question will the remaining first round game involving the prelim game winner be shoehorned i midweek or something? Giving clubs 7 day notice for a championship game on a Friday evening is not the best approach either but I suppose it is the same for everyone.

Remaining 1st round game down for 8 Sept so there wont be any QFs until at least weekend beginning 13 Sept... so 7 days notice for 1st round and then nothing for 3 weeks minimum.

Would it not have been better to play prelim round this weekend and then get all first rounds games played next weekend and then give 2 weeks break between 1st round and QFs?

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« Reply #40449 on: August 16, 2019, 01:06:40 PM »
https://twitter.com/AodhanHarkin/status/1162320040567476226?s=19

Dont agree with having championship games on fintonas training pitch. Bit disrespectful to the teams playing.

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« Reply #40450 on: August 16, 2019, 01:11:25 PM »
County Board having an absolute mare at the minute... must have been on rip all week cause big Eunan getting hitched!

Strange way to handle the Junior Championship with the preliminary round being played on the same weekend as the 1st round. Doesn't make much sense? But then again not many of their decisions lately have.

Agreed, but I assume they want to get things rattled off now, especially Div 3. It does raise the question will the remaining first round game involving the prelim game winner be shoehorned i midweek or something? Giving clubs 7 day notice for a championship game on a Friday evening is not the best approach either but I suppose it is the same for everyone.

Remaining 1st round game down for 8 Sept so there wont be any QFs until at least weekend beginning 13 Sept... so 7 days notice for 1st round and then nothing for 3 weeks minimum.

Would it not have been better to play prelim round this weekend and then get all first rounds games played next weekend and then give 2 weeks break between 1st round and QFs?

It absolutely would have made more sense to do that. Instead the teams who win the first round games will, if you’re going by the 2 week gap to the remaining first round game involving the preliminary winners, have a month to wait before the quarter finals.  The preliminary game should have been played first seperately and then the rest of the rounds run in sync with a a two week gap between rounds.

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« Reply #40451 on: August 16, 2019, 01:12:55 PM »
https://twitter.com/AodhanHarkin/status/1162320040567476226?s=19

Dont agree with having championship games on fintonas training pitch. Bit disrespectful to the teams playing.

Agree completely!

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« Reply #40452 on: August 16, 2019, 01:33:38 PM »
https://twitter.com/AodhanHarkin/status/1162320040567476226?s=19

Dont agree with having championship games on fintonas training pitch. Bit disrespectful to the teams playing.

Agree completely!
First round double header played here last year on a Friday evening

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« Reply #40453 on: August 16, 2019, 01:38:00 PM »
https://twitter.com/AodhanHarkin/status/1162320040567476226?s=19

Dont agree with having championship games on fintonas training pitch. Bit disrespectful to the teams playing.

Agree completely!

Also if Sunday 25th August was a bad day would a 7pm throw in have any fading light issues?

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« Reply #40454 on: August 16, 2019, 02:04:41 PM »
https://twitter.com/AodhanHarkin/status/1162320040567476226?s=19

Dont agree with having championship games on fintonas training pitch. Bit disrespectful to the teams playing.

Agree completely!

Also if Sunday 25th August was a bad day would a 7pm throw in have any fading light issues?
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