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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41535 on: October 07, 2019, 07:26:51 PM »
Would it be fair to assume that, given galballys ulster club commitments that some clubs league season wont be over until 1st December if you were to get to the play off final.
 3 rounds left in div 2 to be played
Round 13 - 12th/13th October
Round 14 - 26th/27th October
Round 15 - 9th/10th November
Div 2 playoff semi - 16th/17th November
Div 2 playoff final - 23rd/24th November
Div1/div 2 promotion playoff 1st December!!!

Total joke! Getting fed up with it. Cant take a holiday from March - December for fear of missing of game.

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« Reply #41536 on: October 07, 2019, 08:24:40 PM »
Would it be fair to assume that, given galballys ulster club commitments that some clubs league season wont be over until 1st December if you were to get to the play off final.
 3 rounds left in div 2 to be played
Round 13 - 12th/13th October
Round 14 - 26th/27th October
Round 15 - 9th/10th November
Div 2 playoff semi - 16th/17th November
Div 2 playoff final - 23rd/24th November
Div1/div 2 promotion playoff 1st December!!!

Total joke! Getting fed up with it. Cant take a holiday from March - December for fear of missing of game.

Only person stopping you going on a holiday is yourself, grow up

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« Reply #41537 on: October 07, 2019, 08:53:33 PM »
As things stand. Galbally and Loughmacrory will be promoted to Division 1 although they still have to meet and Galbally in all interviews Galbally mentioned they have not been beat all year, they may look to go invincible that would open up an automatic spot for Pomeroy.

3rd to 6th will play off to meet the winners of Edendork or Eglish for the final position in senior football unless Tattyreagh can pull off 3 wins lift themselves off the bottom.
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« Reply #41538 on: October 08, 2019, 09:10:45 AM »
How many of the teams in Div 2 will seriously want to come up - that are likely to be in the playoffs

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« Reply #41539 on: October 08, 2019, 09:31:55 AM »
Teams need to wise up and just play away without county players over the summer.

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« Reply #41540 on: October 08, 2019, 09:55:29 AM »
Teams need to wise up and just play away without county players over the summer.
Incorrect, unfair advantage to teams with no county men. Pomeroy with 4 county men, would be a bit unfair if you had to play half a season without 4 main players. If there was a scoring structure in place that the games without your county men are worth less points and the games with are worth more then fair enough the games could be played. 

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« Reply #41541 on: October 08, 2019, 09:57:01 AM »
Teams need to wise up and just play away without county players over the summer.
Obviously you come from a club with either no county men, or a large enough pick to offset playing without county men. Clubs produce these players, they should have access to them as they see fit. Tube

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« Reply #41542 on: October 08, 2019, 10:14:21 AM »
Teams need to wise up and just play away without county players over the summer.
Obviously you come from a club with either no county men, or a large enough pick to offset playing without county men. Clubs produce these players, they should have access to them as they see fit. Tube

Its got to a stage where I would say if you done a vote of all adult players in Tyrone that they would be willing to go ahead with the league without their county players. Can't go on like this. Eight weeks between games over the summer. Teams are losing a serious amount of players. Next to no reserve games are going ahead anymore.

Teams need to wise up and just play away without county players over the summer.
Incorrect, unfair advantage to teams with no county men. Pomeroy with 4 county men, would be a bit unfair if you had to play half a season without 4 main players. If there was a scoring structure in place that the games without your county men are worth less points and the games with are worth more then fair enough the games could be played. 

With their county men they have reached the lofty heights of third in Division 2! So cute.


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« Reply #41543 on: October 08, 2019, 10:15:09 AM »
Time to restructure the leagues. remove play offs, top two up or final in division 1 and bottom 2 down. 7 games with county players worth 4/5 points and 7 without worth 2 points. Clubs like pomeroy and trillick will be able to regain points potentially lost without county men and serious incentive for clubs to win with 5 points on offer. championship not played until leagues are finished. possibly in an attempt to save reserve football they could play in their own league separate to their senior team.

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« Reply #41544 on: October 08, 2019, 10:31:04 AM »
Are Errigal or Trillick good enough to give ulster a rattle this year? Who's more likely to perform in ulster?

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« Reply #41545 on: October 08, 2019, 10:39:53 AM »
Are Errigal or Trillick good enough to give ulster a rattle this year? Who's more likely to perform in ulster?

I would say Trillick would give Ulster a serious go, done well enough in it in 2015, with a much weaker team than they have now.

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« Reply #41546 on: October 08, 2019, 10:45:42 AM »
Errigal having not won it in awhile would probably be on the beer..

Trillick might be more professional having done it recently and fallen into that trap (apparently).

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« Reply #41547 on: October 08, 2019, 11:06:12 AM »
Errigal having not won it in awhile would probably be on the beer..

Trillick might be more professional having done it recently and fallen into that trap (apparently).
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« Reply #41548 on: October 08, 2019, 03:02:04 PM »
Are Errigal or Trillick good enough to give ulster a rattle this year? Who's more likely to perform in ulster?

No bluesy. Both aren't near it, i have no idea how two teams, as bad as these two have found themselves in a county final, beyond me. Could be embarrassing to watch one of them in Ulster.

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« Reply #41549 on: October 08, 2019, 03:51:06 PM »
Absolutely, I think Errigal or Trillick are more than capable to give Ulster a good rattle. Iíve seen a few of the big guns, obvious shock with new champions in Derry itís unlikely their champions will get grounded in time to beat Down Champions.

Cross look strong in Armagh.

Iíd expect either Errigal or Trillick to beat the Fermanagh/Antrim champions then youíre only 2 games from the title.
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