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« Reply #42075 on: November 10, 2019, 09:23:19 PM »
From a galbally point of view itís great to see our neighbours go up over lochmacrory. I guess lochmacrory didnít have the BITE to win today. Pun intended

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« Reply #42076 on: November 10, 2019, 10:26:14 PM »
Great to be back in senior football. I didnít see it coming but Beragh done us a massive favour. Few could argue that us along with Galbally were the two best teams in intermediate. There wonít be a lot of sympathy for Loughmacrory following their antics all year.

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« Reply #42077 on: November 11, 2019, 01:29:48 AM »
We havenít gone away you know!!! Not the title that would have been our first choice but serious bottle shown by our young team to win the league title today, 8th league title since 2003. Added to our U21 Ulster title and Reserve league title it hasnít been a bad year for a team in transition that is supposed to have no future, still the U21 semi final to come too
Think Iíve heard another club say that first sentence before? Maybe get your own material , this post is about as pointless as an ashtray on a motorbike.

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« Reply #42078 on: November 11, 2019, 08:24:40 AM »
RTE making noises about the League final yesterday handbags was all it was.Does the man who sent in the report get paid for it.Hardly think RTE was in Fintona.Irish News be on the case next.
Fionntamhnach telling tales again.. Great weekend/year for Galbally. Next year in D1 will be a polar opposite to last year, that team will be very hard beat in Championship and League. Loch seem to be making big headway in youth grades however the seniors have unfortunately bottled again

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« Reply #42079 on: November 11, 2019, 08:47:53 AM »
RTE making noises about the League final yesterday handbags was all it was.Does the man who sent in the report get paid for it.Hardly think RTE was in Fintona.Irish News be on the case next.
Fionntamhnach telling tales again.. Great weekend/year for Galbally. Next year in D1 will be a polar opposite to last year, that team will be very hard beat in Championship and League. Loch seem to be making big headway in youth grades however the seniors have unfortunately bottled again




The report on rte.ie is credited to Francis Mooney, a long time freelance sports journalist whom often writes up reports in the Irish News.
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« Reply #42080 on: November 11, 2019, 09:12:19 AM »
RTE making noises about the League final yesterday handbags was all it was.Does the man who sent in the report get paid for it.Hardly think RTE was in Fintona.Irish News be on the case next.
Fionntamhnach telling tales again.. Great weekend/year for Galbally. Next year in D1 will be a polar opposite to last year, that team will be very hard beat in Championship and League. Loch seem to be making big headway in youth grades however the seniors have unfortunately bottled again




The report on rte.ie is credited to Francis Mooney, a long time freelance sports journalist whom often writes up reports in the Irish News.


Headline from Irish News Website

Brawl mars final clash between Dromore and Errigal Ciaran
Francis Mooney 11 Nov, 2019
THE Tyrone Division One final was marred by a brawl in the closing stages of the clash between Dromore and Errigal Ciaran.



From the video I've seen - How that 'brawl' made a headline in a national newspaper I'll never know.

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« Reply #42081 on: November 11, 2019, 09:27:31 AM »
Didn't get to see the game nor have I seen any video footage so I don't know how bad - or not - this incident was. Any chance it'll be on BBC Newsline this evening? 🤯
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« Reply #42082 on: November 11, 2019, 09:28:03 AM »
Young Loughmacrory team bottling it in the big games again.
Hope for their own sake they don't get into a habit of it

Said it this time last year. Looks to still be the case

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« Reply #42083 on: November 11, 2019, 09:29:53 AM »
In fairness to Mooney he would not have selected the headline. However his style is lazy. In a write up previous to Carrickmore's championship game versus Derrylaughin he has our main players as Johnny Munroe and Daniel Fullerton. Anyone involved in Tyrone football circles knows Johnny is in Australia and Fulleron was U16 last year!

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« Reply #42084 on: November 11, 2019, 10:08:44 AM »
We havenít gone away you know!!! Not the title that would have been our first choice but serious bottle shown by our young team to win the league title today, 8th league title since 2003. Added to our U21 Ulster title and Reserve league title it hasnít been a bad year for a team in transition that is supposed to have no future, still the U21 semi final to come too

Think a performance like that was a 2 months too late. Got embarrassed by your noisy neighbours and put on the worst championship performance senior football has probably ever seen.

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« Reply #42085 on: November 11, 2019, 10:16:05 AM »
Anyone see Richie Donnellys statement on twitter the other day regarding there championship exit?
Very noble statement, he is correct. Humble and honest.

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« Reply #42086 on: November 11, 2019, 10:36:59 AM »
We havenít gone away you know!!! Not the title that would have been our first choice but serious bottle shown by our young team to win the league title today, 8th league title since 2003. Added to our U21 Ulster title and Reserve league title it hasnít been a bad year for a team in transition that is supposed to have no future, still the U21 semi final to come too

Think a performance like that was a 2 months too late. Got embarrassed by your noisy neighbours and put on the worst championship performance senior football has probably ever seen.

Getting mauled by your nearest neighbours in front of the whole county who then went on to win the champiohship definitely isnt  a good year im afraid! Also Errigal gave up on the league Cup a long time ago, they only got to the League Cup final because they bate Coalisland reserves in the league Cup semi final, Coalisland only fielded half a team that day after they won the league on their final league game

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« Reply #42087 on: November 11, 2019, 10:39:21 AM »
Anyone see Richie Donnellys statement on twitter the other day regarding there championship exit?
Very noble statement, he is correct. Humble and honest.
I see it has since been deleted, after the replies pointed out that he didn't stand up and take a penalty. Also the foreign sport he speaks of was the same foreign sport he was seeking tickets to a few week prior...   

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« Reply #42088 on: November 11, 2019, 10:42:30 AM »
Paul Donaghy transferred to Dungannon?? Any truth to it? Edendork camp must not be the best to be a part of at the minute.. Stupid appeals and losing key player

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« Reply #42089 on: November 11, 2019, 11:05:30 AM »
Paul Donaghy transferred to Dungannon?? Any truth to it? Edendork camp must not be the best to be a part of at the minute.. Stupid appeals and losing key player

Are you not the fella who said that McKenna couldn't and wouldn't be playing for Eglish as he's got a professional contract?

Your reputation here for gossip has taken a bit of a battering.