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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43800 on: September 14, 2020, 11:19:34 PM »
I would like to head to the Tyrone final do I need to buy a ticket or can I pay at the style?

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« Reply #43801 on: September 15, 2020, 09:20:42 AM »
I would like to head to the Tyrone final do I need to buy a ticket or can I pay at the style?

You won't get in, if you can get a ticket - good luck to you. If you know someone at the Omagh Club that is your best bet.

It'll be Tyrone streaming service for you.

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« Reply #43802 on: September 15, 2020, 09:44:28 AM »
JFC Quarter Finals...

Brackaville vs. Drumquin (Saturday @Pomeroy 1.00pm)
Brocagh vs. Cookstown (TBA)
Drumragh vs. Castlederg (Saturday @Newtownstewart 1.00pm)
Kildress vs. Urney (Sunday @Killyclogher 1.00pm)

Cookstown and Kildress to go through comfortably. Other two harder to call.

Drumquin seem to have improved significantly this year so I will back them.

Drumragh/Castlederg is 50:50. I will go with Drumragh on the back of their performance last week but I dont expect much to be in it.

Are the semis an open draw or have the pairings been decided?

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43803 on: September 15, 2020, 09:51:04 AM »
I would like to head to the Tyrone final do I need to buy a ticket or can I pay at the style?
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« Reply #43804 on: September 15, 2020, 10:48:25 AM »
JFC Quarter Finals...

Brackaville vs. Drumquin (Saturday @Pomeroy 1.00pm)
Brocagh vs. Cookstown (TBA)
Drumragh vs. Castlederg (Saturday @Newtownstewart 1.00pm)
Kildress vs. Urney (Sunday @Killyclogher 1.00pm)

Cookstown and Kildress to go through comfortably. Other two harder to call.

Drumquin seem to have improved significantly this year so I will back them.

Drumragh/Castlederg is 50:50. I will go with Drumragh on the back of their performance last week but I dont expect much to be in it.

Are the semis an open draw or have the pairings been decided?

The semi final draw is already pre determined:

Drumragh/Castlederg v Brackaville/Drumquin
Cookstown/Brocagh v Kildress/Urney

Kildress/Cookstown semi final likely to produce the winners.

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« Reply #43805 on: September 15, 2020, 11:46:35 AM »
Brocagh/Cookstown now down for Stewartstown on Sunday at 1.00pm.
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« Reply #43806 on: September 15, 2020, 11:55:42 AM »
JFC Quarter Finals...

Brackaville vs. Drumquin (Saturday @Pomeroy 1.00pm)
Brocagh vs. Cookstown (TBA)
Drumragh vs. Castlederg (Saturday @Newtownstewart 1.00pm)
Kildress vs. Urney (Sunday @Killyclogher 1.00pm)

Cookstown and Kildress to go through comfortably. Other two harder to call.

Drumquin seem to have improved significantly this year so I will back them.

Drumragh/Castlederg is 50:50. I will go with Drumragh on the back of their performance last week but I dont expect much to be in it.

Are the semis an open draw or have the pairings been decided?
Brave statement to completely rule out Urney when they have Johnny Lafferty and Jamie McAleer in their ranks. Will be a very close game and those two could be difference makers, Kildress may have a better team all round but they havent got game changers like them. Kildress were also very lucky against Eskra with that goal decision. Des Tracey still being the best player is also concerning for them.

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« Reply #43807 on: September 15, 2020, 03:14:51 PM »
So what happens if Cookstown and Kildress win their respective leagues and either play Drumragh (as an example) in championship final. Do only two teams go up or will, in this example, Drumragh go up too, as their final opponent is already promoted through the league?

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« Reply #43808 on: September 15, 2020, 03:23:38 PM »
So what happens if Cookstown and Kildress win their respective leagues and either play Drumragh (as an example) in championship final. Do only two teams go up or will, in this example, Drumragh go up too, as their final opponent is already promoted through the league?

Only two teams are promoted from Divisions 2 & 3 The section winners face each other in the league final - the winner of this final is promoted.

Should a team do the Intermediate or junior championship/league double, I presume the beaten league finalist is also promoted based on prior precedent.

Edit: From "TYRONE CCC REGULATIONS 2020 FOOTBALL (Amended Regulations)"

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6. On completion of the League the top team in both groups of each division will play off for the League title, and Promotion to the next higher division, for the 2021 season (where applicable).
7. On completion of the League, there will be no relegation from Division1 or Division 2.
8. In the event that a team which tops its League group wins thechampionship, then the other group winner, within the division, will be promoted. The League title will still be played off for. 

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43809 on: September 15, 2020, 03:28:05 PM »
So what happens if Cookstown and Kildress win their respective leagues and either play Drumragh (as an example) in championship final. Do only two teams go up or will, in this example, Drumragh go up too, as their final opponent is already promoted through the league?

Only two teams are promoted from Divisions 2 & 3 The section winners face each other in the league final - the winner of this final is promoted.

Should a team do the Intermediate or junior championship/league double, I presume the beaten league finalist is also promoted based on prior precedent.
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43810 on: September 15, 2020, 04:02:30 PM »
JFC Quarter Finals...

Brackaville vs. Drumquin (Saturday @Pomeroy 1.00pm)
Brocagh vs. Cookstown (TBA)
Drumragh vs. Castlederg (Saturday @Newtownstewart 1.00pm)
Kildress vs. Urney (Sunday @Killyclogher 1.00pm)

Cookstown and Kildress to go through comfortably. Other two harder to call.

Drumquin seem to have improved significantly this year so I will back them.

Drumragh/Castlederg is 50:50. I will go with Drumragh on the back of their performance last week but I dont expect much to be in it.

Are the semis an open draw or have the pairings been decided?
Brave statement to completely rule out Urney when they have Johnny Lafferty and Jamie McAleer in their ranks. Will be a very close game and those two could be difference makers, Kildress may have a better team all round but they havent got game changers like them. Kildress were also very lucky against Eskra with that goal decision. Des Tracey still being the best player is also concerning for them.

Don't even think Des would agree with that statement.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43811 on: September 15, 2020, 07:45:13 PM »
Drumquin
Cookstown
Castlederg
Urney

Curve ball with Urney but why not. Johnny Lafferty can win big games on his own when all goes to plan.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43812 on: September 15, 2020, 09:35:36 PM »
Good man Fionn, I'd assumed that both league winners go straight up.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43813 on: September 16, 2020, 07:52:16 AM »
Our minors qualified for a championship final after a battle against strabane up in Strabane (was never going to be anything else up there) credit where credit is due strabane had the homework done after a bit of a timbering in the league campaign. Our boys showed mighty spirit at the start of the second half to get pull themselves back into the game.  Omagh now in the championship final sunday fortnight who are the only team to hold that team to a draw all year with the league final against ardboe next wednesday.

On another note if you get a chance go on Teamtalk Twitter or facebook and check out the goal scored by Barney gormleys young girl last night in the minor girls final. Class act

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43814 on: September 16, 2020, 08:28:05 AM »
Our minors qualified for a championship final after a battle against strabane up in Strabane (was never going to be anything else up there) credit where credit is due strabane had the homework done after a bit of a timbering in the league campaign. Our boys showed mighty spirit at the start of the second half to get pull themselves back into the game.  Omagh now in the championship final sunday fortnight who are the only team to hold that team to a draw all year with the league final against ardboe next wednesday.

On another note if you get a chance go on Teamtalk Twitter or facebook and check out the goal scored by Barney gormleys young girl last night in the minor girls final. Class act

Delighted to see Strabane beat :D