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« Reply #41355 on: September 29, 2019, 03:09:16 PM »
The O'Neill cup now guaranteed to head back West where it belongs and all the East Tyrone pretenders are back in their boxes! ;D
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« Reply #41356 on: September 29, 2019, 05:39:29 PM »
Watching this on Tyrone TV, a number of points at ht.

1. Who is the Carmen mouthpiece on sideline? Hasn't stopped all fecking game.

2. That was an utter joke of a black card

3. Some bloody finish by young Canavan. Petey Harte's point at the end very impressive, too.

4. O'Neill Park is a an absolute dump. Has the ground changed in past 30 years? Plus the field is in brutal condition, terrible choice for a senior semi final.
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« Reply #41357 on: September 29, 2019, 06:04:12 PM »
Would agree about the pitch at OíNeill Park. Looks to be in poor shape.

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« Reply #41358 on: September 29, 2019, 06:29:25 PM »
Errigal better side. However, Carmen got rode by ref in 2nd half, very poor game from man in the middle.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41359 on: September 29, 2019, 06:41:12 PM »
Couple of harsh calls on them but as you say, the better team won.


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« Reply #41360 on: September 29, 2019, 06:48:10 PM »
Errigal better side. However, Carmen got rode by ref in 2nd half, very poor game from man in the middle.

He was equally as shite for both sides.  Errigal should have been out of sight tho and were the only side wanting to play football.

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« Reply #41361 on: September 29, 2019, 07:15:28 PM »
The O'Neill cup now guaranteed to head back West where it belongs and all the East Tyrone pretenders are back in their boxes! ;D
Classy post. Coalisland unlucky to lose their title after a great game of football played in the right spirit.

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« Reply #41362 on: September 29, 2019, 07:50:44 PM »
Would agree about the pitch at OíNeill Park. Looks to be in poor shape.
Poor pitch, poor facilities, poor changing rooms, bad parking but they have a good BT connection.

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« Reply #41363 on: September 29, 2019, 07:56:40 PM »
Watching this on Tyrone TV, a number of points at ht.

1. Who is the Carmen mouthpiece on sideline? Hasn't stopped all fecking game.

2. That was an utter joke of a black card

3. Some bloody finish by young Canavan. Petey Harte's point at the end very impressive, too.

4. O'Neill Park is a an absolute dump. Has the ground changed in past 30 years? Plus the field is in brutal condition, terrible choice for a senior semi final.

That mouthpiece was their chairman. Dungannon was a disgrace of a venue for game. I'd say it's the worst pitch in Tyrone. Canavan and Harte were a joy to watch

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« Reply #41364 on: September 29, 2019, 08:00:15 PM »
The O'Neill cup now guaranteed to head back West where it belongs and all the East Tyrone pretenders are back in their boxes! ;D
Classy post. Coalisland unlucky to lose their title after a great game of football played in the right spirit.

What's blue and white and goes beep beep?
That coalisland bus reversing into the garage for another year.

Well done Trillick bit of football to watch in final.

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« Reply #41365 on: September 29, 2019, 08:00:27 PM »
Would agree about the pitch at OíNeill Park. Looks to be in poor shape.
Poor pitch, poor facilities, poor changing rooms, bad parking but they have a good BT connection.

Ask Adrian Cush how bad it is. Missed the AI final in 1995 when his foot went down a rabbit hole at training in O'Neill park

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« Reply #41366 on: September 29, 2019, 08:32:05 PM »
First game was excellent. Two good sides and Trillick will be favourites going on what I seen today. Donnellys both were excellent. McGahan maybe could have been on earlier, seemed a real handful. The free at the end should have been scored but thatís the pressure of championship football.

The second game the better side won and there was some good football played considering the pitch. My god it was brutal, even worse than I thought it would be.  Actually an insult to both teams to make them play there. There should never be a big game there until that pitch is replaced. Itís like a ground that time forgot. Very good final coming up with two good traditional footballing sides.

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« Reply #41367 on: September 29, 2019, 08:33:06 PM »
Watching this on Tyrone TV, a number of points at ht.

1. Who is the Carmen mouthpiece on sideline? Hasn't stopped all fecking game.

2. That was an utter joke of a black card

3. Some bloody finish by young Canavan. Petey Harte's point at the end very impressive, too.

4. O'Neill Park is a an absolute dump. Has the ground changed in past 30 years? Plus the field is in brutal condition, terrible choice for a senior semi final.

That mouthpiece was their chairman. Dungannon was a disgrace of a venue for game. I'd say it's the worst pitch in Tyrone. Canavan and Harte were a joy to watch

Harte was. Canavan got about 3 touches in second half. Was held onto though every time the ball came near. Eventually replaced as he was on a yellow and a tick

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« Reply #41368 on: September 29, 2019, 08:34:23 PM »
First game was excellent. Two good sides and Trillick will be favourites going on what I seen today. Donnellys both were excellent. McGahan maybe could have been on earlier, seemed a real handful. The free at the end should have been scored but thatís the pressure of championship football.

The second game the better side won and there was some good football played considering the pitch. My god it was brutal, even worse than I thought it would be.  Actually an insult to both teams to make them play there. There should never be a big game there until that pitch is replaced. Itís like a ground that time forgot. Very good final coming up with two good traditional footballing sides.

First game was class indeed. Tight tight game. Sean Hurson is a top class referee.

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« Reply #41369 on: September 29, 2019, 08:36:17 PM »
First game was excellent. Two good sides and Trillick will be favourites going on what I seen today. Donnellys both were excellent.McGahan maybe could have been on earlier, seemed a real handful. The free at the end should have been scored but thatís the pressure of championship football.

The second game the better side won and there was some good football played considering the pitch. My god it was brutal, even worse than I thought it would be.  Actually an insult to both teams to make them play there. There should never be a big game there until that pitch is replaced. Itís like a ground that time forgot. Very good final coming up with two good traditional footballing sides.
Thought taking Tee Quinn off was a wrong call. The 2 Quinnís (are they brothers?) have been getting scores all year.