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Il Bomber Destro

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #35955 on: September 22, 2017, 10:16:37 PM »
ciaran mclaughlin absolutely destroyed mulgrew. what will gavin devlin say now maybe him and the imperial leader need to get their soldiers out of the bunker up in garvaghey. inhouse games make tyrone forwards look great against very poor defenders. mclaughlin pace and strength can mark his own man without needing 2 sweepers either. meyler and michael cassidy the same. but tyrone will still go with the carthorses of mccarron mccrory and colm cavnagh in defence much like the other carthorse the original horse thats coaching them. on another note what a permormfance by conor o donnell in light of a difficult personal week. hard work pays.

So you're calling Colm Cavanagh a carthorse now?

Obviously cavanagh is an excellent footballer. Interesting that you didn't jump to defend anyone else though

Colm Cavanagh was one of the top 10 players in the country this year, calling him a donkey is laughable.
I didn't call anyone a donkey. Just made an observation

I didn't say you did, I pointed out the ridiculous nature of the post that I was responding to.

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« Reply #35956 on: September 22, 2017, 10:23:41 PM »
JCDYRTP
Predictions?

Trillick V Coalisland.  - Trillick
Pomeroy V Clonoe.   - clonoe
Omagh V Greencastle.  - omagh
Carrickmore V Errigal Ciaran.  -Errigal
only 2 of the last 8 without O Neill cup medals in the team.  They are all intriquing in their own way. Could this be warrior and legend Conor Gormleys last game of football-  themselves and Greencastle would be dismissed by most pundits - they'll not mind that one bit.   Can Greencastle continue to improve and meet what looks like an increasingly dangerous pacy and experienced Omagh team who have only lost 2 championship games in the last 2 years.  How good are Pomeroy, they are now unbeaten in Tyrone championship from 2015 - that game could be a clinker.  Clonoe have to fancy themselves for a wee run.  What about Trillick though.  Seem to have been in cruise control for a couple of years can they get it back.  Mattie Donnelly has been a shadow of his former self  - this championship may well bring him back to his own high levels.
Well spotted - first to notice the deliberate mistake - the wee code at the top of the original post says JCDYRTP letters = just checking did ye read the post)
Not that impressive? Apart from the winners all teams will have lost 2 championship games in 2 years

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« Reply #35957 on: September 22, 2017, 10:32:03 PM »
Fergal Ward a disgrace tonight in Healy Park. Rightly booed off the pitch at full time.

Only listened on Team talk but those guys were pretty complimentary of him. Apart from a late decision when he should have given a free to Peter Donnelly.

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« Reply #35958 on: September 22, 2017, 10:57:42 PM »
Fergal Ward a disgrace tonight in Healy Park. Rightly booed off the pitch at full time.

Only listened on Team talk but those guys were pretty complimentary of him. Apart from a late decision when he should have given a free to Peter Donnelly.
I felt he kept Trillick in the game first half with a few handy frees when Coalisland were well on top. The free for Peter Donnelly at the end was a very bad call.
Coalisland however should still have won the game, 3 very bad wides in the second half cost them.

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« Reply #35959 on: September 22, 2017, 10:59:55 PM »
Fergal Ward a disgrace tonight in Healy Park. Rightly booed off the pitch at full time.

Only listened on Team talk but those guys were pretty complimentary of him. Apart from a late decision when he should have given a free to Peter Donnelly.

Fergal Ward was totally shocking - an embarrassment to refereeing standards in this county. He let a lot of high tackles go, late hits, off the ball abuse - he favoured the Fianna strongly. Trillick had to work very hard to get anything at all and can feel very hard done IMO. Replay Tuesday night if weather permits (venue and county to be confirmed)!!

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #35960 on: September 22, 2017, 11:02:02 PM »
What was Lee Brennan like tonite?

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« Reply #35961 on: September 22, 2017, 11:02:13 PM »
What's this I was reading about the Aghaloo goalie scoring a point from play tonight?

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« Reply #35962 on: September 22, 2017, 11:11:09 PM »
What's this I was reading about the Aghaloo goalie scoring a point from play tonight?

Aghyaran.
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« Reply #35963 on: Today at 12:09:02 AM »
What's this I was reading about the Aghaloo goalie scoring a point from play tonight?

Aghyaran.
Comes right out the field. Plays like a wing back. Took an excellent point late in the second half that any forward would be proud off. Great free kick taker off the ground to.

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« Reply #35964 on: Today at 06:36:24 AM »
any fast tough tackling defenders on show last night lads or sweepers that can run.