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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #165 on: November 15, 2013, 04:38:52 PM »
There's a few Clonoe men missing off that list ??
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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #166 on: November 15, 2013, 06:35:13 PM »
There's a few Clonoe men missing off that list ??

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #167 on: November 18, 2013, 12:41:54 PM »
I see Canavan came on as a sub for Tyrone over 40s on Saturday. Kicked 0-2.

Gareth Quinn(Killyman), Gary McKenna(Killyclogher), Gavan Mc Elroy(Carrickmore), Paul; Sweeney(Killyclogher) Mark Gallagher(Eglish), Ronan Mc Garrity(Carrickmore), Eamon Cavanagh(Errigal Ciaran), Damien Gormley(Trillick), Conrad Quinn(Moortown), Brian Mc Elroy(Killyclogher), Mickey Cummings(Dungannon), Conor Daly(Trillick), Iggy Gallagher(Trillick), Martin Keyes(Castlederg), Mickey Mc Conomy(Newtonstewart).

Subs : Peter Canavan(Errigal Ciaran), Niall Conway(Clann na Gael), Eamon Duncan(Drumragh), Conor Gallagher (Drumragh), Adrian Donnelly(Beragh), Mickey Mc Cann(Beragh), Aidan Mc Gahan(Killyman), Andy Mc Sorley(Newtonstewart), Gerard Mc Williams(Fintona), Ciaran Leonard(Castlederg), Brain Mc Callion(Castlederg).Nigel Mullan (Tattyreagh) Injured: Hugh Quinn(Errigal Ciaran) , Fergal Gormley(Carrickmore)

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #168 on: November 18, 2013, 12:43:55 PM »
There's a few Clonoe men missing off that list ??

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Collie Doris for one ?

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« Reply #169 on: November 18, 2013, 02:03:16 PM »
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« Reply #170 on: November 22, 2013, 04:00:38 PM »

Copied from Gaelic Life (gaeliclife.com)

NEW Tyrone u-21 boss Fergal Logan will this weekend get the chance to run his eye over possible recruits. Nominated by their clubs, two sessions will be held at Garvaghey this Sunday. Players must arrive at 9am for session one and 11.30am for session two.

Players to attend Kevin O Gorman Aghaloo, Darragh Kavanagh Augher, Cathal Owen Beragh, Martin Gervin Brackaville, Cahill Logue, Caolan Harvey, Stefain Gallen Castlederg, Jarleth Mc Ilvenna, Cathair Quinn, Padraig Hampsey Coalisland, Own Coyle, Matthew Hughes, John McIvor, Ruairi Mullan, James Mc Gahan, Eoin O Connor, Barry Potter, Ciaran Owens Cookstown, Mark Robinson, Stephen Mc Grath, James Kennedy, Connor Mc Cabe Derrylaughan, Tomas Mc Carron, Colm O Neill, Ruairi Sludden, Colm McRory, Jack Poyntz Dromore, Eoin Mc Gread, Brendan Drumm Drumragh, Aidan McCluskey, Cormac Mc Cann, Peter Mc Kenna, Deasun Quinn, Philip Donnelly, Shea Hamill Donaghmore, Dermot Burns, Colm Corrigan, Barry Mc Kernan, Barry Cassidy, Matthew Walsh Dungannon, Conor Mallon, Donal Manely, Darren Mc Curry, Mark Mc Reynolds Edendork, Gerard Devine, Christopher Mc Clean Gortin, Sean Fox Killyclogher, Michael Devlin, Ryan Kelly, Anthony Devlin Moortown, Declan Conroy, Ryan Coleman, Christopher O Neill Moy.


Session 2 Players to attend: Aaron Eilliott, Dan Mc Nulty, Daryl Magee, Conor Hughes, Declan McClure Clonoe, Aaron Daly, Sean Muldoon, Colm Byrne, Enda Mc Elroy, Declan Goodfellow, Philip Barker Eglish, Michael Mc Cann, Mark Kavanagh, Sean Mc Kenna Errigal Ciaran, Christopher Morris, Fergal Mc Garrity, Sean Murphy, Neil Hagan Galbally, Peter Mc Kenna, Cahir Mc Cullagh Greencastle, Matthew Heagney, Eoin Brannigan, Colm Loughran, Stephen Mc Gurk, Conor Mc Aleer Kildress, Meegan Meegan, Gabhan Sludden, Mark Bradley, Barra Collins, Tiernan Cox, Conall Mc Cann, Meenagh Meenagh Killyclogher, Enda Mc Gahan Killyman, Michael Devlin, Ryan Kelly, Anthony Devlin Moortown, Ciaran Mc Laughlin, Conor Meyler, Cormac O Neill, Niall Mc Ginn Omagh, Stephen Kelly, Cathal Mc Shane, Ryan Mc Shane Owen Roes, Mark Mc Aleer, Aidan Mc Garrity, Diarmaid Carroll Rock, James Campbell, Niall Dillon, Cathal Devlin, Ryan Devlin, Nathan O Neill Stewartstown, Jamie Mc Aleer, Plunkett Langan Urney.


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« Reply #171 on: November 22, 2013, 09:22:33 PM »

Copied from Gaelic Life (gaeliclife.com)

NEW Tyrone u-21 boss Fergal Logan will this weekend get the chance to run his eye over possible recruits. Nominated by their clubs, two sessions will be held at Garvaghey this Sunday. Players must arrive at 9am for session one and 11.30am for session two.

Players to attend Kevin O Gorman Aghaloo, Darragh Kavanagh Augher, Cathal Owen Beragh, Martin Gervin Brackaville, Cahill Logue, Caolan Harvey, Stefain Gallen Castlederg, Jarleth Mc Ilvenna, Cathair Quinn, Padraig Hampsey Coalisland, Own Coyle, Matthew Hughes, John McIvor, Ruairi Mullan, James Mc Gahan, Eoin O Connor, Barry Potter, Ciaran Owens Cookstown, Mark Robinson, Stephen Mc Grath, James Kennedy, Connor Mc Cabe Derrylaughan, Tomas Mc Carron, Colm O Neill, Ruairi Sludden, Colm McRory, Jack Poyntz Dromore, Eoin Mc Gread, Brendan Drumm Drumragh, Aidan McCluskey, Cormac Mc Cann, Peter Mc Kenna, Deasun Quinn, Philip Donnelly, Shea Hamill Donaghmore, Dermot Burns, Colm Corrigan, Barry Mc Kernan, Barry Cassidy, Matthew Walsh Dungannon, Conor Mallon, Donal Manely, Darren Mc Curry, Mark Mc Reynolds Edendork, Gerard Devine, Christopher Mc Clean Gortin, Sean Fox Killyclogher, Michael Devlin, Ryan Kelly, Anthony Devlin Moortown, Declan Conroy, Ryan Coleman, Christopher O Neill Moy.


Session 2 Players to attend: Aaron Eilliott, Dan Mc Nulty, Daryl Magee, Conor Hughes, Declan McClure Clonoe, Aaron Daly, Sean Muldoon, Colm Byrne, Enda Mc Elroy, Declan Goodfellow, Philip Barker Eglish, Michael Mc Cann, Mark Kavanagh, Sean Mc Kenna Errigal Ciaran, Christopher Morris, Fergal Mc Garrity, Sean Murphy, Neil Hagan Galbally, Peter Mc Kenna, Cahir Mc Cullagh Greencastle, Matthew Heagney, Eoin Brannigan, Colm Loughran, Stephen Mc Gurk, Conor Mc Aleer Kildress, Meegan Meegan, Gabhan Sludden, Mark Bradley, Barra Collins, Tiernan Cox, Conall Mc Cann, Meenagh Meenagh Killyclogher, Enda Mc Gahan Killyman, Michael Devlin, Ryan Kelly, Anthony Devlin Moortown, Ciaran Mc Laughlin, Conor Meyler, Cormac O Neill, Niall Mc Ginn Omagh, Stephen Kelly, Cathal Mc Shane, Ryan Mc Shane Owen Roes, Mark Mc Aleer, Aidan Mc Garrity, Diarmaid Carroll Rock, James Campbell, Niall Dillon, Cathal Devlin, Ryan Devlin, Nathan O Neill Stewartstown, Jamie Mc Aleer, Plunkett Langan Urney.

Must be a few clubs missing from these trials. No trillick players or Ryan Mayse from newtonstewart.
Also a few clubs have put forward alot of players like killyclogher and cookstown, surely there was a limit to the amount of players that could be put forward by each club because alot of these players put forward are not up to county under 21 standard.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #172 on: November 22, 2013, 09:31:05 PM »
Newtownstewart and Trillick both involved in playoffs this weekend. Hence why their players will not be attending trials.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #173 on: November 24, 2013, 01:30:00 PM »

Copied from Gaelic Life (gaeliclife.com)

NEW Tyrone u-21 boss Fergal Logan will this weekend get the chance to run his eye over possible recruits. Nominated by their clubs, two sessions will be held at Garvaghey this Sunday. Players must arrive at 9am for session one and 11.30am for session two.

Players to attend Kevin O Gorman Aghaloo, Darragh Kavanagh Augher, Cathal Owen Beragh, Martin Gervin Brackaville, Cahill Logue, Caolan Harvey, Stefain Gallen Castlederg, Jarleth Mc Ilvenna, Cathair Quinn, Padraig Hampsey Coalisland, Own Coyle, Matthew Hughes, John McIvor, Ruairi Mullan, James Mc Gahan, Eoin O Connor, Barry Potter, Ciaran Owens Cookstown, Mark Robinson, Stephen Mc Grath, James Kennedy, Connor Mc Cabe Derrylaughan, Tomas Mc Carron, Colm O Neill, Ruairi Sludden, Colm McRory, Jack Poyntz Dromore, Eoin Mc Gread, Brendan Drumm Drumragh, Aidan McCluskey, Cormac Mc Cann, Peter Mc Kenna, Deasun Quinn, Philip Donnelly, Shea Hamill Donaghmore, Dermot Burns, Colm Corrigan, Barry Mc Kernan, Barry Cassidy, Matthew Walsh Dungannon, Conor Mallon, Donal Manely, Darren Mc Curry, Mark Mc Reynolds Edendork, Gerard Devine, Christopher Mc Clean Gortin, Sean Fox Killyclogher, Michael Devlin, Ryan Kelly, Anthony Devlin Moortown, Declan Conroy, Ryan Coleman, Christopher O Neill Moy.


Session 2 Players to attend: Aaron Eilliott, Dan Mc Nulty, Daryl Magee, Conor Hughes, Declan McClure Clonoe, Aaron Daly, Sean Muldoon, Colm Byrne, Enda Mc Elroy, Declan Goodfellow, Philip Barker Eglish, Michael Mc Cann, Mark Kavanagh, Sean Mc Kenna Errigal Ciaran, Christopher Morris, Fergal Mc Garrity, Sean Murphy, Neil Hagan Galbally, Peter Mc Kenna, Cahir Mc Cullagh Greencastle, Matthew Heagney, Eoin Brannigan, Colm Loughran, Stephen Mc Gurk, Conor Mc Aleer Kildress, Meegan Meegan, Gabhan Sludden, Mark Bradley, Barra Collins, Tiernan Cox, Conall Mc Cann, Meenagh Meenagh Killyclogher, Enda Mc Gahan Killyman, Michael Devlin, Ryan Kelly, Anthony Devlin Moortown, Ciaran Mc Laughlin, Conor Meyler, Cormac O Neill, Niall Mc Ginn Omagh, Stephen Kelly, Cathal Mc Shane, Ryan Mc Shane Owen Roes, Mark Mc Aleer, Aidan Mc Garrity, Diarmaid Carroll Rock, James Campbell, Niall Dillon, Cathal Devlin, Ryan Devlin, Nathan O Neill Stewartstown, Jamie Mc Aleer, Plunkett Langan Urney.
Meegan Meegan and Meenagh Meenagh? Some strange names about Killyclogher!

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #174 on: November 25, 2013, 02:52:50 PM »
Was thinking about getting the owl fella a Tyrone Season Ticket 2014 for Christmas. Are these going to be available for Christmas? Hardly.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #175 on: November 25, 2013, 03:05:33 PM »
Was thinking about getting the owl fella a Tyrone Season Ticket 2014 for Christmas. Are these going to be available for Christmas? Hardly.

Try this;
https://www.seasontickets.ie/new/Products/List/football

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #176 on: November 26, 2013, 09:36:36 AM »
Sean Cavanagh takes over as captain of Tyrone (From BBC website 26th November)

Five-times All Star winner Sean Cavanagh will be Tyrone's skipper for the 2014 campaign, Red Hands boss Mickey Harte revealed on Monday night.
The Moy man takes over from Stephen O'Neill, who was captain for two years.
Cavanagh returned to his best this year, after twice recovering from career-threatening shoulder injuries, to earn his latest All Star award.
The appointment is in line with Harte's policy of handing the role to players with vast experience.
With the exception of the late Cormac McAnallen, who was made captain in 2004, the captaincy has been awarded to players who have passed the age of 30.
Cavanagh becomes the fifth skipper to serve during Harte's tenure, which is about to enter its 12th season.
The position has also been filled by Peter Canavan, Brian Dooher and O'Neill.
The role of vice-captain, which was held this year by Joe McMahon, has not yet been filled.
Trials for the panel are currently being held, and a Tyrone squad for the Dr McKenna Cup is expected to be named before the end of the month.
Pascal McConnell's decision to retire means there are only three survivors from the Red Hands' maiden All-Ireland success in 2003 - Cavanagh, Conor Gormley and O'Neill.


Does anyone else fear that this is an indication that we've seen the last of Stevie O'Neill in a Tyrone jersey?
Who's a bit of a moaning Michael tonight!

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #177 on: November 26, 2013, 11:15:37 AM »
Sean Cavanagh takes over as captain of Tyrone (From BBC website 26th November)

Five-times All Star winner Sean Cavanagh will be Tyrone's skipper for the 2014 campaign, Red Hands boss Mickey Harte revealed on Monday night.
The Moy man takes over from Stephen O'Neill, who was captain for two years.
Cavanagh returned to his best this year, after twice recovering from career-threatening shoulder injuries, to earn his latest All Star award.
The appointment is in line with Harte's policy of handing the role to players with vast experience.
With the exception of the late Cormac McAnallen, who was made captain in 2004, the captaincy has been awarded to players who have passed the age of 30.
Cavanagh becomes the fifth skipper to serve during Harte's tenure, which is about to enter its 12th season.
The position has also been filled by Peter Canavan, Brian Dooher and O'Neill.
The role of vice-captain, which was held this year by Joe McMahon, has not yet been filled.
Trials for the panel are currently being held, and a Tyrone squad for the Dr McKenna Cup is expected to be named before the end of the month.
Pascal McConnell's decision to retire means there are only three survivors from the Red Hands' maiden All-Ireland success in 2003 - Cavanagh, Conor Gormley and O'Neill.


Does anyone else fear that this is an indication that we've seen the last of Stevie O'Neill in a Tyrone jersey?

Was Carlin not part of the squad also?

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #178 on: November 26, 2013, 11:45:25 AM »
Sean Cavanagh takes over as captain of Tyrone (From BBC website 26th November)

Five-times All Star winner Sean Cavanagh will be Tyrone's skipper for the 2014 campaign, Red Hands boss Mickey Harte revealed on Monday night.
The Moy man takes over from Stephen O'Neill, who was captain for two years.
Cavanagh returned to his best this year, after twice recovering from career-threatening shoulder injuries, to earn his latest All Star award.
The appointment is in line with Harte's policy of handing the role to players with vast experience.
With the exception of the late Cormac McAnallen, who was made captain in 2004, the captaincy has been awarded to players who have passed the age of 30.
Cavanagh becomes the fifth skipper to serve during Harte's tenure, which is about to enter its 12th season.
The position has also been filled by Peter Canavan, Brian Dooher and O'Neill.
The role of vice-captain, which was held this year by Joe McMahon, has not yet been filled.
Trials for the panel are currently being held, and a Tyrone squad for the Dr McKenna Cup is expected to be named before the end of the month.
Pascal McConnell's decision to retire means there are only three survivors from the Red Hands' maiden All-Ireland success in 2003 - Cavanagh, Conor Gormley and O'Neill.


Does anyone else fear that this is an indication that we've seen the last of Stevie O'Neill in a Tyrone jersey?

Was Carlin not part of the squad also?

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #179 on: November 28, 2013, 11:34:25 AM »
Tyrone will be without a number of established attackers for the McKenna Cup. Connor McAliskey has a dislocated shoulder, while Stephen O'Neill is likely to sit out the pre-season competition.
Carrickmore pair Mark Donnelly and Martin Penrose may also be given an extended break. (and Kyle Coney until march)

Who is going to lead the Tyrone attack in 2014 - going to be some new faces around!
Who's a bit of a moaning Michael tonight!