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« Reply #35415 on: July 25, 2017, 10:26:41 AM »
Junior Championship 1st Round fixed for 11-13th August. Cathal McShane must feel valued!!!  ::) ::) ::)

Was there an email sent out? That seems strange think the clubs were told all along it would depend on Tyrones progress as obviously Cathal McShane is involved.

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« Reply #35416 on: July 25, 2017, 10:29:29 AM »
Told all along that there would be no club championship until tyrone exited the championship....backed up with a fixture planner that stated the same!!! Mickey must have told fixture planners to work away...he doesn't mind if McShane gets injured? ;)

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« Reply #35417 on: July 25, 2017, 10:53:54 AM »
It would do McShane no harm to get some game time as he seems to be well down the pecking order though a break away from the panel will not help his chances. At the same time you cannot hold up 17 clubs and 254 players for 1.

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« Reply #35418 on: July 25, 2017, 10:58:48 AM »
There are only 3 intermediate clubs involved? That's another 200 odd players hanging about!?

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« Reply #35419 on: July 25, 2017, 11:02:43 AM »
Aghyaran have a fairly straightforward run in they should win the league at this stage. Some achievement from them and Peter McGinnity. Fair play to him he has been there a few years now must have seen great potential in them.

It would be a good achievement,  I'd be the 1st to say I didn't see them as potential champions at the start of the year.  They have 2 more starred fixtures to come through and 1 other league game I haven't looked at their opponents although Eglish were in the box seat until Moortown caused a shock.  You cant predict results in that division.

I heard from some prominent clarkes men (multiple) that they lost that game vs Aghyaran from the line and hold Mr Rouse responsible for the defeat. 
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« Reply #35420 on: July 25, 2017, 11:36:41 AM »
Mcnamee might as well been playing for aghyaran as he was never off the pitch, including hitting one of the dungannon players as the play was going on at the other side of the pitch. The ref had a word with him but bottled making any big decisions as he is a county man. Disgraceful stuff, is there any need for the starred players to be on the pitch as all?

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« Reply #35421 on: July 25, 2017, 11:37:58 AM »
Aghyaran have a fairly straightforward run in they should win the league at this stage. Some achievement from them and Peter McGinnity. Fair play to him he has been there a few years now must have seen great potential in them.

It would be a good achievement,  I'd be the 1st to say I didn't see them as potential champions at the start of the year.  They have 2 more starred fixtures to come through and 1 other league game I haven't looked at their opponents although Eglish were in the box seat until Moortown caused a shock.  You cant predict results in that division.

I heard from some prominent clarkes men (multiple) that they lost that game vs Aghyaran from the line and hold Mr Rouse responsible for the defeat.

Well they are never going to blame their players, why, because they can't change their players, that's their lot.


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« Reply #35422 on: July 25, 2017, 11:38:55 AM »
Mcnamee might as well been playing for aghyaran as he was never off the pitch, including hitting one of the dungannon players as the play was going on at the other side of the pitch. The ref had a word with him but bottled making any big decisions as he is a county man. Disgraceful stuff, is there any need for the starred players to be on the pitch as all?

Whats the ref got to do with it, why didn't a Clarkes man bust him

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« Reply #35423 on: July 25, 2017, 11:42:32 AM »
Aghyaran have a fairly straightforward run in they should win the league at this stage. Some achievement from them and Peter McGinnity. Fair play to him he has been there a few years now must have seen great potential in them.

It would be a good achievement,  I'd be the 1st to say I didn't see them as potential champions at the start of the year.  They have 2 more starred fixtures to come through and 1 other league game I haven't looked at their opponents although Eglish were in the box seat until Moortown caused a shock.  You cant predict results in that division.

I heard from some prominent clarkes men (multiple) that they lost that game vs Aghyaran from the line and hold Mr Rouse responsible for the defeat.

Well they are never going to blame their players, why, because they can't change their players, that's their lot.

Well its easy to say, things didn't work out, the ref killed us, missed to many chances etc etc but no the message was Rouse cost us the game. 
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« Reply #35424 on: July 25, 2017, 12:30:33 PM »
Junior Championship 1st Round fixed for 11-13th August. Cathal McShane must feel valued!!!  ::) ::) ::)

Is this 100%?? Any Concrete dates??

You have to give full credit to CCCCCCCC this year, end July and most clubs 3 league games left, great for Club Players

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« Reply #35425 on: July 25, 2017, 01:17:32 PM »
Mcnamee might as well been playing for aghyaran as he was never off the pitch, including hitting one of the dungannon players as the play was going on at the other side of the pitch. The ref had a word with him but bottled making any big decisions as he is a county man. Disgraceful stuff, is there any need for the starred players to be on the pitch as all?

Word round East Tyrone was that player from each team were grappling in front of Aghyaran dug out while play continued at the other end of the field when McNamee entered the field and got a few digs in on the Dungannon player. Referee spoke to him afterwards but did nothing.

Not good behaviour from a county man if true but never heard of McNamee bein involved in anything like that before.

As for Div 2 league, certainly Aghyarans to lose now though who says there won't be another twist in the tale yet. Very very close at the top. Derrylaughan comin in under the radar, all they need is for Aghyaran to slip up and they could sneak it.