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« Reply #42030 on: November 07, 2019, 01:21:21 PM »
Maybe a case of what goes around comes around for Augher. I heard they refused to change their derby with Clogher, their request was to play it at any other time that didn't clash with the full round of fixtures, later in the evening or Friday night. So I suppose how do you expect to be accommodated when you have refused to be accommodating previously yourself.

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« Reply #42031 on: November 07, 2019, 03:29:29 PM »
word on the street is that Loughmacrory are conceding the game over the weekend. if they are going into div 1 they want to bring silverware with them

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« Reply #42032 on: November 07, 2019, 04:02:51 PM »
Newtonstewart will stay up imo.

If they can survive this relegation dog fight they will be in a strong place for next season. With them and Dregish joining forces youd imagine they will find themselves in Div 1 the following year.
Ignoring the bold because they will never be in Division 1. Does a new club (St Eugenes) not have to start at the bottom?? So in other words, is there any point in Newton trying to stay up as they have to go to junior level next year as a new club??? Or am i completely doating?

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« Reply #42033 on: November 07, 2019, 04:31:16 PM »
Newtonstewart will stay up imo.

If they can survive this relegation dog fight they will be in a strong place for next season. With them and Dregish joining forces youd imagine they will find themselves in Div 1 the following year.
Ignoring the bold because they will never be in Division 1. Does a new club (St Eugenes) not have to start at the bottom?? So in other words, is there any point in Newton trying to stay up as they have to go to junior level next year as a new club??? Or am i completely doating?

Who told ye that, Marty morrissey?

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« Reply #42034 on: November 07, 2019, 04:34:20 PM »
Newtonstewart will stay up imo.

If they can survive this relegation dog fight they will be in a strong place for next season. With them and Dregish joining forces youd imagine they will find themselves in Div 1 the following year.
Ignoring the bold because they will never be in Division 1. Does a new club (St Eugenes) not have to start at the bottom?? So in other words, is there any point in Newton trying to stay up as they have to go to junior level next year as a new club??? Or am i completely doating?

Ballygawley joined with Glencull and got staying in Division 1.

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« Reply #42035 on: November 07, 2019, 05:17:46 PM »
Newtonstewart will stay up imo.

If they can survive this relegation dog fight they will be in a strong place for next season. With them and Dregish joining forces youd imagine they will find themselves in Div 1 the following year.
Ignoring the bold because they will never be in Division 1. Does a new club (St Eugenes) not have to start at the bottom?? So in other words, is there any point in Newton trying to stay up as they have to go to junior level next year as a new club??? Or am i completely doating?

Ballygawley joined with Glencull and got staying in Division 1.

what about when they joined with the rest of them?

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« Reply #42036 on: November 07, 2019, 06:13:13 PM »
If lads have any sense next year they'll book their stags/holidays for July or August and they will miss f**k all football.

Away you and book a permanent holiday far far away

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« Reply #42037 on: November 07, 2019, 07:46:05 PM »
Newtonstewart will stay up imo.

If they can survive this relegation dog fight they will be in a strong place for next season. With them and Dregish joining forces youd imagine they will find themselves in Div 1 the following year.
Ignoring the bold because they will never be in Division 1. Does a new club (St Eugenes) not have to start at the bottom?? So in other words, is there any point in Newton trying to stay up as they have to go to junior level next year as a new club??? Or am i completely doating?

You might be.

If Newtownstewart stay up I assume this new amalgamation will stay in division 2? I remember when Clan na Gael formed they started life in division 3. Though maybe those clubs that joined were already in division 3? One for Fionntamhnach to answer maybe.

First, thanks GWC.

Secondly IIRC both Dunnamanagh & Aughabrack were playing at Junior level when they amalgamated to become Clann na nGael, so there was never any debate as to what division or grade they would start in. Usually in most cases concerning sports competitions, if an amalgamation between two or more clubs or teams occur where said clubs would otherwise compete in different leagues or grades the following season, the newly amalgamated side would compete in the highest league or grade one of those teams would have competed in that season, essentially as a "successor" team as that team has not effectively withdrawn from competition. So if NTS were to be in a position to remain in Division 2 & Intermediate for 2020, I'd be 99% certain the new "Naomh Eoghain" would simply take their place, while Division 3 & Junior would be reduced to 16 teams (assuming the inclusion of EC3).
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« Reply #42038 on: November 07, 2019, 09:11:26 PM »
If lads have any sense next year they'll book their stags/holidays for July or August and they will miss f**k all football.

Away you and book a permanent holiday far far away
Go away and stalk someone else you moron.

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« Reply #42039 on: November 07, 2019, 09:32:49 PM »
If lads have any sense next year they'll book their stags/holidays for July or August and they will miss f**k all football.

Away you and book a permanent holiday far far away
Go away and stalk someone else you moron.

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« Reply #42040 on: November 07, 2019, 09:37:01 PM »
Hardly worth gettin cross over now. Your not that important.

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« Reply #42041 on: November 08, 2019, 04:39:06 AM »
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« Reply #42042 on: November 08, 2019, 11:39:05 AM »
Newtonstewart will stay up imo.

If they can survive this relegation dog fight they will be in a strong place for next season. With them and Dregish joining forces youd imagine they will find themselves in Div 1 the following year.

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« Reply #42043 on: November 08, 2019, 11:47:50 AM »

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« Reply #42044 on: November 08, 2019, 02:00:19 PM »
Newtonstewart will stay up imo.

If they can survive this relegation dog fight they will be in a strong place for next season. With them and Dregish joining forces youd imagine they will find themselves in Div 1 the following year.
Ignoring the bold because they will never be in Division 1. Does a new club (St Eugenes) not have to start at the bottom?? So in other words, is there any point in Newton trying to stay up as they have to go to junior level next year as a new club??? Or am i completely doating?

Ballygawley joined with Glencull and got staying in Division 1.

what about when they joined with the rest of them?

They won 2 Ulster's and 7 championships  that's what happened old friend  ;)