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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47010 on: November 24, 2022, 01:44:06 PM »
OK - I've been here a long time on this board (ever since it ran on a WWWboard CGI script, through to two EZboard variations and then finally on its own server) and the T***yreagh shtick comes from a time when (most) posters on this board whilst otherwise very knowledgeable in GAA affairs didn't take themselves too seriously. Long time members of this forum know who I am & that includes several from T***yreagh, not one of whom has evergiven me grief over my self-censoring because unlike some on here who really need to pull that stick out of their arseholes, they get the joke. We're both more than capable of giving & taking it.

If you find it a problem, deal with it.

And if you think I'm bad, I know one guy from Edendork whom refers to O'Neill Park as Ibrox.

Clonoe wanís call the Fianna pitch Ibrox, thatís an old one
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47011 on: November 24, 2022, 01:56:12 PM »
OK - I've been here a long time on this board (ever since it ran on a WWWboard CGI script, through to two EZboard variations and then finally on its own server) and the T***yreagh shtick comes from a time when (most) posters on this board whilst otherwise very knowledgeable in GAA affairs didn't take themselves too seriously. Long time members of this forum know who I am & that includes several from T***yreagh, not one of whom has evergiven me grief over my self-censoring because unlike some on here who really need to pull that stick out of their arseholes, they get the joke. We're both more than capable of giving & taking it.

If you find it a problem, deal with it.

And if you think I'm bad, I know one guy from Edendork whom refers to O'Neill Park as Ibrox.

Clonoe wanís call the Fianna pitch Ibrox, thatís an old one

It's probably not even original there, likely from somewhere else as most such gags are, including my T***yreagh one - it's actually borrowed a long time ago from another poster (whom if I'm correct still posts on this board but rarely in this thread) whom would self censor calling a certain county A***gh (you can guess the county).
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47012 on: November 24, 2022, 02:51:12 PM »
I know November isn't even finished, but with a few names already mentioned, we may as well start the pre-season list of football clubs & their managers/coaches for the 2023 season...

2023 senior/intermediate/junior club football managers

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Senior / Division 1

Ardboe - Gavin Devlin
Carrickmore - Archie Beattie
Coalisland - VACANT
Donaghmore  - Marc Counihan
Dromore - RICEY/McIVER
Dungannon - RAFFERTY/HOLMES
Edendork - VACANT
Eglish -
Errigal Ciaran - HARTE/O'DONNELL
Galbally -
Greencastle - SEAN TEAGUE
Killyclogher -
Loughmacrory -
Moortown - HASSAN
Omagh - STRAIN
Trillick - VACANT

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Intermediate / Division 2

Aghyaran - VACANT
Beragh -
Clogher -
Clonoe - VACANT
Derrylaughan -
Gortin -
Kildress -
Killeeshil -
Moy -
Naomh Eoghan -
Owen Roes - VACANT
Pomeroy - VACANT
Rock - VACANT
Stewartstown -
Strabane -
T***yreagh -

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Junior / Division 3

Aghaloo -
Augher -
Brackaville -
Brocagh -
Castlederg -
Clann na nGael -
Cookstown - VACANT
Derrytresk - VACANT
Donaghmore III -
Drumquin -
Drumragh - VACANT
Errigal Ciaran III -
Eskra -
Fintona -
Glenelly -
Killyman -
Urney - VACANT

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47013 on: November 24, 2022, 04:01:25 PM »
Edendork management gone? Thats a strange one.

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« Reply #47014 on: November 24, 2022, 04:11:03 PM »
OK - I've been here a long time on this board (ever since it ran on a WWWboard CGI script, through to two EZboard variations and then finally on its own server) and the T***yreagh shtick comes from a time when (most) posters on this board whilst otherwise very knowledgeable in GAA affairs didn't take themselves too seriously. Long time members of this forum know who I am & that includes several from T***yreagh, not one of whom has evergiven me grief over my self-censoring because unlike some on here who really need to pull that stick out of their arseholes, they get the joke. We're both more than capable of giving & taking it.

If you find it a problem, deal with it.

And if you think I'm bad, I know one guy from Edendork whom refers to O'Neill Park as Ibrox.

Your longevity on this board doesn't annul your nuisances.

You go into excruciating detail over the most irrelevant topics.

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« Reply #47015 on: November 24, 2022, 05:50:51 PM »
OK - I've been here a long time on this board (ever since it ran on a WWWboard CGI script, through to two EZboard variations and then finally on its own server) and the T***yreagh shtick comes from a time when (most) posters on this board whilst otherwise very knowledgeable in GAA affairs didn't take themselves too seriously. Long time members of this forum know who I am & that includes several from T***yreagh, not one of whom has evergiven me grief over my self-censoring because unlike some on here who really need to pull that stick out of their arseholes, they get the joke. We're both more than capable of giving & taking it.

If you find it a problem, deal with it.

And if you think I'm bad, I know one guy from Edendork whom refers to O'Neill Park as Ibrox.

Your longevity on this board doesn't annul your nuisances.

You go into excruciating detail over the most irrelevant topics.

Well. I like the detail.
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47016 on: November 24, 2022, 05:55:07 PM »
OK - I've been here a long time on this board (ever since it ran on a WWWboard CGI script, through to two EZboard variations and then finally on its own server) and the T***yreagh shtick comes from a time when (most) posters on this board whilst otherwise very knowledgeable in GAA affairs didn't take themselves too seriously. Long time members of this forum know who I am & that includes several from T***yreagh, not one of whom has evergiven me grief over my self-censoring because unlike some on here who really need to pull that stick out of their arseholes, they get the joke. We're both more than capable of giving & taking it.

If you find it a problem, deal with it.

And if you think I'm bad, I know one guy from Edendork whom refers to O'Neill Park as Ibrox.

Your longevity on this board doesn't annul your nuisances.

You go into excruciating detail over the most irrelevant topics.

Well. I like the detail.
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47017 on: November 24, 2022, 05:57:55 PM »
Was thinking coddfather must be of the twitter generation

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47018 on: November 24, 2022, 05:58:18 PM »
Keep 'er lit Fionn.

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« Reply #47019 on: November 24, 2022, 06:20:42 PM »
OK - I've been here a long time on this board (ever since it ran on a WWWboard CGI script, through to two EZboard variations and then finally on its own server) and the T***yreagh shtick comes from a time when (most) posters on this board whilst otherwise very knowledgeable in GAA affairs didn't take themselves too seriously. Long time members of this forum know who I am & that includes several from T***yreagh, not one of whom has evergiven me grief over my self-censoring because unlike some on here who really need to pull that stick out of their arseholes, they get the joke. We're both more than capable of giving & taking it.

If you find it a problem, deal with it.

And if you think I'm bad, I know one guy from Edendork whom refers to O'Neill Park as Ibrox.

Your longevity on this board doesn't annul your nuisances.

You go into excruciating detail over the most irrelevant topics.

There's an ignore function on here. If you finding myself or anyone else being too much for your whisker-thin attention span, then use that.

If you can't handle posts from people going longer than two sentences, then an internet forum like this isn't for you.

And also if you think I'm a nuisance here, take it up with the mods.
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47020 on: November 24, 2022, 08:08:12 PM »
Good man Fionn

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« Reply #47021 on: November 24, 2022, 08:24:12 PM »
Gotta love it when a newbie comes on and starts slaggin one the old hands. Wee bitta respect wouldnt go amiss. If he annoys you that much just steer clear eh

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« Reply #47022 on: November 24, 2022, 09:17:45 PM »
Fionn one of the best contributors on the board. Keep up the good work.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #47023 on: November 24, 2022, 09:22:18 PM »
OK - I've been here a long time on this board (ever since it ran on a WWWboard CGI script, through to two EZboard variations and then finally on its own server) and the T***yreagh shtick comes from a time when (most) posters on this board whilst otherwise very knowledgeable in GAA affairs didn't take themselves too seriously. Long time members of this forum know who I am & that includes several from T***yreagh, not one of whom has evergiven me grief over my self-censoring because unlike some on here who really need to pull that stick out of their arseholes, they get the joke. We're both more than capable of giving & taking it.

If you find it a problem, deal with it.

And if you think I'm bad, I know one guy from Edendork whom refers to O'Neill Park as Ibrox.

Your longevity on this board doesn't annul your nuisances.

You go into excruciating detail over the most irrelevant topics.

Awk wise up you dose of dung. I admire his dedication and the time it must take. We all have lives and responsibilities outside of here so I'm grateful for his detailed breakdown of the Tyrone club scene. Hard to keep up otherwise.

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« Reply #47024 on: November 24, 2022, 10:52:17 PM »
Fionn one of the best contributors on the board. Keep up the good work.

He is.