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« Reply #41670 on: October 14, 2019, 02:57:07 PM »
Casuals dont really care about club football its all about the later stages of all ireland an excuse to drink for them

Interesting theory.

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« Reply #41671 on: October 14, 2019, 03:21:23 PM »
Just heard today we may not have heard the last from the Galbally and Loughmacrory antics from Saturday. Could be a 'few' men facing suspension should video evidence prove anything which is in the county boards hands now. It must have been tarra altogether going by reports  :o 

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« Reply #41672 on: October 14, 2019, 03:35:46 PM »
Just heard today we may not have heard the last from the Galbally and Loughmacrory antics from Saturday. Could be a 'few' men facing suspension should video evidence prove anything which is in the county boards hands now. It must have been tarra altogether going by reports  :o

Heard that too. Was a certain county underage player hungry during game

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« Reply #41673 on: October 14, 2019, 03:46:18 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

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« Reply #41674 on: October 14, 2019, 03:58:33 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

good to have you back. Some win for your u21's.
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« Reply #41675 on: October 14, 2019, 04:01:52 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

Was gervins bouncing last night after the grade 2 championship win?

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« Reply #41676 on: October 14, 2019, 04:08:28 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

Was gervins bouncing last night after the grade 2 championship win?

Yea couple of the lads brought down their oneill cup medals they won last year for photos with the kids.  Was a great night!

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« Reply #41677 on: October 14, 2019, 04:29:13 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

Was gervins bouncing last night after the grade 2 championship win?

Yea couple of the lads brought down their oneill cup medals they won last year for photos with the kids.  Was a great night!

The conveyor belt continues fair play. Maybe you will give white bap another go at the senior job to bring those young lads through?

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« Reply #41678 on: October 14, 2019, 04:46:38 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

Great to have you back localexpert you should never hide in defeat. Or maybe you forgot your password to the tintown account..

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« Reply #41679 on: October 14, 2019, 04:48:50 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

good to have you back. Some win for your u21's.
Errigal are filled with hot air

Grade 2 u21 championship for a club steeped in tradition like coalisland marvellous achievement. Just good to see white bap behaved himself in this u21 final.


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« Reply #41680 on: October 14, 2019, 05:00:59 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

good to have you back. Some win for your u21's.
Errigal are filled with hot air

Grade 2 u21 championship for a club steeped in tradition like coalisland marvellous achievement. Just good to see white bap behaved himself in this u21 final.

I think its a joke the a big club like Coalisland play in Grade 2 at underage especially when they go and win it.  Surely they would be good enough to compete at grade 1 but obviously winning a title is more important to the club.  If my memory serves me correct this same team was winning minor underage titles at grade 2 so winning this was hardly a surprise to them.  Errigal do the same.  I see there u16 are playing grade 2 and a few years back there u14s won the Feile at Grade 2.  Certain large clubs shouldn't be allowed to operate this way. 

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« Reply #41681 on: October 14, 2019, 05:23:38 PM »
have been in the pits of despair after the county final 2 weeks ago because we were fully aware that this overrated and still unproven ballygawley team have not warranted the hype. 

This may change in the years ahead but it remains to be seen.  Thankfully the arrogant bunch have been brought down a peg or two with their pitiful performance yesterday. 

They'll probably reply to this when they hammer everyone to win the league on new years day after sticking to the iced lemon water all Christmas. 

Better get the cheque book out again because they haven't won a county title with a club man in charge for 13 years and counting!!!!

good to have you back. Some win for your u21's.
Errigal are filled with hot air

Grade 2 u21 championship for a club steeped in tradition like coalisland marvellous achievement. Just good to see white bap behaved himself in this u21 final.

I think its a joke the a big club like Coalisland play in Grade 2 at underage especially when they go and win it.  Surely they would be good enough to compete at grade 1 but obviously winning a title is more important to the club.  If my memory serves me correct this same team was winning minor underage titles at grade 2 so winning this was hardly a surprise to them.  Errigal do the same.  I see there u16 are playing grade 2 and a few years back there u14s won the Feile at Grade 2.  Certain large clubs shouldn't be allowed to operate this way.

You can choose what grade your underage teams play in?

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« Reply #41682 on: October 14, 2019, 06:11:21 PM »
I think its a joke the a big club like Coalisland play in Grade 2 at underage especially when they go and win it.  Surely they would be good enough to compete at grade 1 but obviously winning a title is more important to the club.  If my memory serves me correct this same team was winning minor underage titles at grade 2 so winning this was hardly a surprise to them.  Errigal do the same.  I see there u16 are playing grade 2 and a few years back there u14s won the Feile at Grade 2.  Certain large clubs shouldn't be allowed to operate this way.
Grading of youth football in Tyrone from under 14 and up is based on objective ability, not the number of players a club have or should have in their catchment area.

Errigal Ciaran have actually had several of their youth teams competing in Grade 2 in the last few years. Nothing that exceptional TBH.

In my own club this year, out U13's & U16's competed in Grade 1, the Under 14's competed in Grade 2 and the Minors in Grade 3. That's simply down to our minors being quite weak. A couple of years ago they were playing in Grade 4!
Clubs in the eastern half of Tyrone are often volatile in what grades they compete in. Coalisland might have picked up the U21 G2 title yesterday, but they only finished third in their league section and only defeated Moy by four points in the final, so hardly total domination. Clubs like Ardboe, Edendork, Derrylaughan, Moy, Eglish, Clonoe, Moortown etc. often yoyo in competition grades every year. Things tend to be a little more "stable" in the west, but even Dromore is having to drop some of their teams down to G2 to be competitive. It is also fairly recent that Omagh teams are G1 bankers at all age levels, back in the noughties some of their sides were competing in G2.
Not that much of an issue I think
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« Reply #41683 on: October 14, 2019, 06:32:23 PM »
Never seen more yapping about 8 in my life, holy ghost if yous were that interested you could've went to the game maybe?? Anyway, yous missed f*ck all, it was bad showing from overrated Errigal

I'm sure plenty of people would have liked to have watched yesterday's game but could not otherwise make it to Healy Park - including but not limited to those that are housebound, ill, living outside of Ireland or the other end of it, those that have other priorities over travelling to Omagh (e.g. looking after a sick baby or relative), don't live in the town and haven't got transport to get there etc. Besides, some people just can't stand or don't like the cold, windy conditions that often afflict Healy Park even in the Summer let alone a damp, cloudy day in October whom would otherwise give the match a miss and have either in the past listened to radio commentary or read reports on the game that evening or the next day etc. So the Tyrone CB more than likely were able to squeeze more money from people taking up live streaming of the tie whom wouldn't have bothered otherwise to attend.

Should be a win-win but clearly there was a major technical f*ck up yesterday that in fairness is seeing those whom purchased a ticket to watch the stream being offered refunds with the county board losing out. Also, 8 is not an insignificant amount of money to many people out there and regardless of the cost, if you are paying for a service which the provider is not being able to deliver, then you're entitled to redress. Say for example someone with Now TV purchased a Sky Sports day pass at a tenner to watch a Premier League soccer game that was rendered unwatchable to thousands of viewers because of a problem at Sky's end. You wouldn't be long hearing from affected buyers complaining about the outage and demanding to be compensated for it. Same goes for someone on a mobile phone service contract whom suffers an outage.
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« Reply #41684 on: October 14, 2019, 07:50:20 PM »
Didn't think it was possible for Errigal to be even worse than they were in the final 2 years ago