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SLIGONIAN

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Charlie becomes Sligo 4th Allstar
« on: October 13, 2010, 05:24:42 PM »
Congrats to Charlie Harrison on becoming Sligos 4th Allstar. Delighted for him. It is a suprise but a nice one. Whilst hes not as good defender as Ross he does attack from the back at pace and not many players in Ireland are as good as Ross. Congrats to him. Delighted.
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Re: Charlie becomes Sligo 4th Allstar
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2010, 06:30:51 AM »
Congrats to Charlie Harrison on becoming Sligos 4th Allstar. Delighted for him. It is a suprise but a nice one. Whilst hes not as good defender as Ross he does attack from the back at pace and not many players in Ireland are as good as Ross. Congrats to him. Delighted.
I think he deserves it. He was excellent in all games i seen him play (didn't do Down) and kept his man scoreless in all games. His move to wing back against Roscommon turned game in our favour  - if he was moved sooner we may have won it. MOTM against Galway in replay where he was involved in many scores. I agree Ross Donovan should have been in with a shout also.
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Re: Charlie becomes Sligo 4th Allstar
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2010, 11:23:13 AM »
Congrats to Charlie Harrison on becoming Sligos 4th Allstar. Delighted for him. It is a suprise but a nice one. Whilst hes not as good defender as Ross he does attack from the back at pace and not many players in Ireland are as good as Ross. Congrats to him. Delighted.
I think he deserves it. He was excellent in all games i seen him play (didn't do Down) and kept his man scoreless in all games. His move to wing back against Roscommon turned game in our favour  - if he was moved sooner we may have won it. MOTM against Galway in replay where he was involved in many scores. I agree Ross Donovan should have been in with a shout also.
Thats true to a certain extent, he did foul alot in the connacht final, and ronan murtagh scored 1-5 in 20 mins on him against down but he was left one on one isolated, im glad but Ross is a better defender. I see Harrison as a better half back and he proved it to me when moved out in the Galway replay and Roscommon game.
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