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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41535 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 #41536 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 #41537 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 #41538 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 #41539 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 #41540 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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« Reply #41541 on: October 08, 2019, 03:52:57 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.
Think Coalisland would've showed well in ulster this year after Ladecima season last year. 

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« Reply #41542 on: October 08, 2019, 03:55:30 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.

you are either, still sour your own club weren't good enough to make the final or are just fishing for some sort of reaction  :o

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« Reply #41543 on: October 08, 2019, 03:56:06 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.
Bit early to be looking at Derry, Down and Armagh I have seen both Errigal and Cargin performing this year and Cargin impressed more, also Lamh Dearg look like there is no quit in them. Havent a clue about Derrygonnelly though

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« Reply #41544 on: October 08, 2019, 04:08:03 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.
Bit early to be looking at Derry, Down and Armagh I have seen both Errigal and Cargin performing this year and Cargin impressed more, also Lamh Dearg look like there is no quit in them. Havent a clue about Derrygonnelly though

They have won five in a row, no matter what county it is, that means they have something in them to take seriously and not dismiss. They have beaten Armagh Harps and lost to Scotstown and Cavan Gaels in the Ulster Series. Bit of mixed bag.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41545 on: October 08, 2019, 06:05:31 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 #41546 on: October 08, 2019, 06:06:42 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.
Think Coalisland would've showed well in ulster this year after Ladecima season last year.

Pearse blue no chance they wouldn't have the discipline to progress in ulster. You can get away with their nonsense in Tyrone but not in ulster

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41547 on: October 08, 2019, 06:18:04 PM »
I think both Errigal and Trillick in particular certainly have enough scoring power to trouble any team in Ulster but I think they might be lacking a little at the back.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41548 on: October 09, 2019, 09:12:55 AM »
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.
Think Coalisland would've showed well in ulster this year after Ladecima season last year.

Pearse blue no chance they wouldn't have the discipline to progress in ulster. You can get away with their nonsense in Tyrone but not in ulster

Coalisland only team that would have given ulster a rattle. Errigal/trillick might win one or two games in ulster but wont get near the final - unless more brown envelopes are dished out.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #41549 on: October 09, 2019, 09:17:19 AM »
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.
Think Coalisland would've showed well in ulster this year after Ladecima season last year.

Pearse blue no chance they wouldn't have the discipline to progress in ulster. You can get away with their nonsense in Tyrone but not in ulster

Coalisland only team that would have given ulster a rattle. Errigal/trillick might win one or two games in ulster but wont get near the final - unless more brown envelopes are dished out.

Behave yourself lad. Your talking shite now and becoming a nuisance. Nobody likes trolls.