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LeoMc

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« Reply #40650 on: August 31, 2019, 11:08:01 PM »
Has the semi-final draw been made for the Junior championship? I had thought it was made after the quarter-finals were complete but Tyrone GAA Twitter would seem to indicate it is already made.

Kileeshil/Brocagh v Rock/Glenelly

Eskra/Errigal v Kildress/Drumragh


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« Reply #40651 on: August 31, 2019, 11:16:24 PM »
Has the semi-final draw been made for the Junior championship? I had thought it was made after the quarter-finals were complete but Tyrone GAA Twitter would seem to indicate it is already made.

Kileeshil/Brocagh v Rock/Glenelly

Eskra/Errigal v Kildress/Drumragh

Update: the answer is no. They have put out a new tweet removing the links between the quarter-final pairings.

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« Reply #40652 on: August 31, 2019, 11:55:33 PM »
Thought the red card for Tiarnan murray was harsh tonight vs Derrylaughan. Yea, there was handbags but these happen every game when a players run is stopped. Not sure if they will appeal it or not but heíll be a massive loss v edendork if missing. That aside, ruthless performance against a poor Derrylaughan team on the night

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« Reply #40653 on: September 01, 2019, 10:18:17 AM »
Carrickmore brilliant yesterday. All over the field they were on top. Makes for a potentially great game v Edendork. Penrose, who was outstanding, and Daly wonít get that space inside again, so will be interesting to see how they cope with that. But the signs yesterday were very good. The young boys played well to, Murray be a big loss next day out though.
Dissapointed with Derrylaughan, offered very little resistance and left their full back line out to dry. Kennedy very very poor in the middle, no driving forward from him and no shift going the other way.

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« Reply #40654 on: September 01, 2019, 10:53:32 AM »
Mark Kavanagh, former county minor and u21, couldn't make Errigal bench Friday night. Either he's went badly backwards or nothing will stand in the way of this errigal team with the strength and depth. I checked before posting if he was injured.

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« Reply #40655 on: September 01, 2019, 11:04:56 AM »
Mark Kavanagh, former county minor and u21, couldn't make Errigal bench Friday night. Either he's went badly backwards or nothing will stand in the way of this errigal team with the strength and depth. I checked before posting if he was injured.

Wasn't a county minor but did play two years of u21. I believe he has only recovered from an injury and isn't back to full fitness yet with a lack of game time due to the injury obviously. It would be a big ask of a player to through him straight into a championship game when they haven't played in a while.

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« Reply #40656 on: September 01, 2019, 11:10:08 AM »
Mark Kavanagh, former county minor and u21, couldn't make Errigal bench Friday night. Either he's went badly backwards or nothing will stand in the way of this errigal team with the strength and depth. I checked before posting if he was injured.

What did anyone at the game on Friday night think of Errigal, when I seen their team list I wasn't blown away by it, didn't look as strong as previous years?

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« Reply #40657 on: September 01, 2019, 11:13:19 AM »
What's happened the streaming video service from last year? I thought it worked well but nothing this year, not a dicky-bird.

Some issue with rights is there not?

Official Tyrone GAA Instagram page last night announced their launch of Tyrone GAA Radio & TV in association with Todds Leap

Tyronegaa.ie advertising a return for the streaming service this Friday night with the double header in Omagh. Greencastle v Clogher and Trillick v Dromore.

Strange to not have it for Friday night or tonight's double bills in Omagh?

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« Reply #40658 on: September 01, 2019, 11:43:49 AM »
Mark Kavanagh, former county minor and u21, couldn't make Errigal bench Friday night. Either he's went badly backwards or nothing will stand in the way of this errigal team with the strength and depth. I checked before posting if he was injured.

What did anyone at the game on Friday night think of Errigal, when I seen their team list I wasn't blown away by it, didn't look as strong as previous years?

I wasnít blown away by them either but they do have a few big guns that other teams would kill for. Canavan, Harte etc. I still donít think they will win the O Neill cup and I think the omagh team I seen yesterday will give them their fill of it!! Things starting to spice up

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« Reply #40659 on: September 01, 2019, 11:52:20 AM »
Is Errigal v Omagh in a fortnights time?

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« Reply #40660 on: September 01, 2019, 12:30:54 PM »
Mark Kavanagh, former county minor and u21, couldn't make Errigal bench Friday night. Either he's went badly backwards or nothing will stand in the way of this errigal team with the strength and depth. I checked before posting if he was injured.

What did anyone at the game on Friday night think of Errigal, when I seen their team list I wasn't blown away by it, didn't look as strong as previous years?
Bryan Horisk, Mark Kavanagh, Padraig McGirr and Peter Og McCartan are handy enough players to add back in further down the line.

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« Reply #40661 on: September 01, 2019, 12:32:31 PM »
What's happened the streaming video service from last year? I thought it worked well but nothing this year, not a dicky-bird.

Some issue with rights is there not?

Official Tyrone GAA Instagram page last night announced their launch of Tyrone GAA Radio & TV in association with Todds Leap

Tyronegaa.ie advertising a return for the streaming service this Friday night with the double header in Omagh. Greencastle v Clogher and Trillick v Dromore.

Strange to not have it for Friday night or tonight's double bills in Omagh?

£8 Iím hearing

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« Reply #40662 on: September 01, 2019, 12:34:03 PM »
Is Errigal v Omagh in a fortnights time?
Hasn't been confirmed but the Quarter Finals of the senior champ are likely to be played 20-22nd Weekend.

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« Reply #40663 on: September 01, 2019, 12:35:15 PM »
Carrickmore will beat Edendork on yesterdayís viewing but itíll be a tight game. Penrose rolled back the years yesterday, still a handful. Derrylaughan and Tattyreagh very weak, were total mismatches. Omagh looked good yesterday and I think they have to be slight favourites v Errigal but itíll be a good game. OíNeill had some nice flashes yesterday but he wonít be playing for Tyrone again, just be a good club forward. Was disappointed in Dungannon given their league results, until Kiefer Morgan came on their forward line was really lackluster. Theyíre a good bit away from competing with the big boys yet.


I donít think Kavanagh has played a minute of league football with injury so itís hardly a shock heís not been involved if heís only back training.

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« Reply #40664 on: September 01, 2019, 01:26:02 PM »
Mark Kavanagh, former county minor and u21, couldn't make Errigal bench Friday night. Either he's went badly backwards or nothing will stand in the way of this errigal team with the strength and depth. I checked before posting if he was injured.

I find that very hard to belive,  great footballer