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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42270 on: November 30, 2019, 04:53:24 PM »
Donaghmore about to pay the man who just missed out on Clonoe job serious money....
Donaghmore about to pay the man who just missed out on Clonoe job serious money....

Who?

Stevie Poacher - I'm told.

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« Reply #42271 on: November 30, 2019, 05:33:44 PM »
Donaghmore about to pay the man who just missed out on Clonoe job serious money....
Donaghmore about to pay the man who just missed out on Clonoe job serious money....

Who?

Stevie Poacher - I'm told.

He was appointed Bryansford manager few weeks ago and they are already back doing S&C
Every time the Donaghmore job is available, Poacher is linked as he is married to a Donaghmore girl.

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« Reply #42272 on: November 30, 2019, 09:15:37 PM »
The lough beat Eglish
Fully deserved, Eglish missing a few men from the last day through injury, some turn around from winning league last year and straight back down

Didn’t see the game, I incorrectly tipped Eglish to win the game. Credit to Loughmacrory they must have had some game. No handy games in Senior Football next season the calibre in the promoted sides will leave things interesting.
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« Reply #42273 on: December 01, 2019, 09:32:08 AM »
Galbally beat but did they take their eye off the ball?

Made the mistake of allowing their players go and get the get the back slapping etc in bundoran on friday night.  Not ideal preparation if you ask me....

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« Reply #42274 on: December 01, 2019, 09:51:17 AM »
Nobody did

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« Reply #42275 on: December 01, 2019, 10:34:11 AM »
Was at the Galbally game, a great match up and the result was probably about right. Magheracloone were the better side. Harsh to say Galbally took their eye off the ball with the team talk awards but I take your point, probably could have been avoided. (Kevin Kelly probably asked they take part)

I thought Galbally left if all out on the pitch. Handled themselves like champions the whole way through the Ulster campaign.
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« Reply #42276 on: December 01, 2019, 06:41:07 PM »
Award attendance was right had no bearing on result last night.Magheraclooone more streetwise and physically stronger.Galbally can be proud of 2019 and will hold their own at senior level next year.

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« Reply #42277 on: December 01, 2019, 08:27:24 PM »
A so called team in ‘transition year’ bate off the park over the weekend. Dungannon outplayed dromore. The so called team in transition year gave a sorry, sorry excuse of a performance, absolutely embarrassing.

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« Reply #42278 on: December 02, 2019, 02:08:32 AM »
Fionn's early Monday morning review of the past 48 hours...

Commiserations to Galbally whom put up a good fight on Saturday night in the Athletic Grounds, but lost out to Monaghan IFC championship Magheracloone whom by most accounts were the slightly better team on the day and deserving winners. Losing in an Ulster Final for your club is not something that is easy to take, but Galbally can by all accounts say that they had a very successful domestic season, with their seniors doing the IFC/Div 2 double & the reserves also winning the league whilst losing out in the IRFC final only by a point to Greencastle. A team that should be worth looking at for 2020 at senior level.

Meanwhile back in Tyrone, Loughmacrory managed to achieve promotion to the senior ranks on Saturday in Killeeshil when they accounted for Eglish in the Div 1/2 play-off by 0-12 to 0-6. The result sees Loughmacrory play with the big boys in 2020 alongside Galbally & Pomeroy. For Eglish however, there will be bitter disappointment in being relegated straight away after winning the Division 2 league in 2018. That game now wraps up all ACL activity for 2019.

The first of the Under 21 Grade 1 semi-finals took place in Newtownstewart on Sunday between Dungannon & Dromore - Dungannon marching on to the final with a solid 2-8 to 0-6 win. They will now meet either Carrickmore or Galbally, whose semi-final will surely be fixed very soon with the latter's loss in the Ulster club IFC.

The only youth football activity to be round up for 2019 is the Under 13 Grade 3 league, and the final will be between Drumragh and Castlederg - the two teams won their semi-finals on Sunday, Castlederg comfortably accounting for Clonoe at home 8-13 to 3-3, while Drumragh went to Edendork and defeated the home side by two points, 3-10 to 4-5.

Expanding horizons slightly, congrats to St. Joseph's Donaghmore whom won their first ever "A" grade schools title after defeating Inishowen Colleges in the Sciath na nÓg (Under 14.5 "A" shield) final at a windy Killyclogher 1-7 to 1-5 last Tuesday. Coming up, St. Ciaran's Ballygawley will face St. Colm's Draperstown in the Arthurs Cup (Under 16.5 "C") final which will be held under lights at MUSA in Cookstown on Wednesday 11th December, throw-in 8.00pm - St. Colm's reached the final having defeated the Dean Maguirc Carrickmore in their semi-final. St. Ciaran's also have another final to look forward to when they will face another Derry school, St. Conor's Clady/Kilrea in the McDevitt (Under 14.5 "C") final, date yet to be arranged. Keeping track of schools competitions across the board isn't the easiest of jobs, but it's worth keeping an eye out!



To be fixed...

Under 21 G1 Championship Semi-Final
Galbally vs. Carrickmore (neutral venue)

Under 21 G1 Championship Final
Dungannon vs. Galbally or Carrickmore (neutral venue)

Under 13 G3 League Final
Castlederg vs. Drumragh (neutral venue)
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42279 on: December 02, 2019, 08:22:19 AM »
Donaghmore about to pay the man who just missed out on Clonoe job serious money....
How much is serious money nowadays?

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« Reply #42280 on: December 02, 2019, 09:11:42 AM »
Donaghmore about to pay the man who just missed out on Clonoe job serious money....
How much is serious money nowadays?

Going rate for a D1 manager payment can be anything from 12k to 25k. Depending on club and manager involved.

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« Reply #42281 on: December 02, 2019, 11:05:44 AM »
Donaghmore about to pay the man who just missed out on Clonoe job serious money....
How much is serious money nowadays?

Going rate for a D1 manager payment can be anything from 12k to 25k. Depending on club and manager involved.
25k for one man? Seems like an awful amount of money. How much would the likes of McBride be getting in Errigal? And does it come with a championship clause?

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42282 on: December 02, 2019, 11:17:27 AM »
Donaghmore about to pay the man who just missed out on Clonoe job serious money....
How much is serious money nowadays?

Going rate for a D1 manager payment can be anything from 12k to 25k. Depending on club and manager involved.
25k for one man? Seems like an awful amount of money. How much would the likes of McBride be getting in Errigal? And does it come with a championship clause?
Seems stupid errigal paying anyone at all to manage them considering there resources. For a club to pay someone whilst having probably the greatest player to ever play the game at there club seems silly. Would it not make sense for him to manage them?
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42283 on: December 02, 2019, 11:23:28 AM »
Donaghmore about to pay the man who just missed out on Clonoe job serious money....
How much is serious money nowadays?

Going rate for a D1 manager payment can be anything from 12k to 25k. Depending on club and manager involved.
25k for one man? Seems like an awful amount of money. How much would the likes of McBride be getting in Errigal? And does it come with a championship clause?
Seems stupid errigal paying anyone at all to manage them considering there resources. For a club to pay someone whilst having probably the greatest player to ever play the game at there club seems silly.
Agree, however there is no point opening that can of worms. I have just learnt not to expect anything simple by Errigal. With men like Canavan, the Hartes, O'Roarke, and a rack of other men with valuable experience on the pitch and on the line, you'd think they can find someone within their own ranks that could step up?

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42284 on: December 02, 2019, 11:29:58 AM »
Anyone at the under 21 semi final yesterday? Didn’t get up to it but the result shocked me, i had Dromore winning that one hands down after their Senior league win.