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« Reply #31260 on: March 04, 2019, 09:53:38 AM »
Congrats to Clonduff Camogs on their All Ireland success today. There’ll be a hell of a party in Hilltown tonight.

Were the better team throughout but the conditions looked shocking and led to a low scoring contest.

Well done them.

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« Reply #31261 on: March 04, 2019, 11:29:58 AM »
Anyone using the GAA App to register? That's assuming you are all paid up members of course
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« Reply #31262 on: March 04, 2019, 11:52:07 AM »
I see Burren thirds are rebranded clownjim. Are you to good to be known as a thirds team? Globetrotters maybe be a better name seeing as you have players from alll over Down?

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« Reply #31263 on: March 04, 2019, 12:22:31 PM »
Congrats to Clonduff Camogs on their All Ireland success today. There’ll be a hell of a party in Hilltown tonight.

Brilliant achievement, Clonduff are an example to all clubs. History/tradition, Male , female, football , hurling, camogie , Scór, county support , years of county representatives on teams , management , county board. Core GAA values promoted throughout the club, and have found them always extremely welcoming and respectful to our own club whenever we played them. A very proud day for the club , a culmination of years of hard work and always trying to do things the right way. Comhghairdeas

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« Reply #31264 on: March 04, 2019, 12:23:24 PM »
I see the club formerly know as Warrenpoint had their dinner dance at the weekend. A great day for the parish with the senior team being presented with their bronze senior league medals.

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« Reply #31265 on: March 04, 2019, 08:10:46 PM »
That’s a major achievement for THE POINT, best season in a long time, must have been a short ceremony handing out the medals.

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« Reply #31266 on: March 05, 2019, 08:24:33 PM »
Tell that to anyone who has played MacRory at the Abbey for the last ten years.

Shocking that Jody still gets to take this team. Since hogan success has yet to pass the quarter final stage. This is a huge under achievement by the school and the one common denominator is Jody to be fair. Many of their teams have had success down the school and then Jody takes over and it doesn’t go as well. Maybe someone else should get a go within the school???

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« Reply #31267 on: March 06, 2019, 05:26:03 PM »
Tell that to anyone who has played MacRory at the Abbey for the last ten years.

Shocking that Jody still gets to take this team. Since hogan success has yet to pass the quarter final stage. This is a huge under achievement by the school and the one common denominator is Jody to be fair. Many of their teams have had success down the school and then Jody takes over and it doesn’t go as well. Maybe someone else should get a go within the school???
   What success has there been? My nephews go to the Abbey and I haven't heard of much silverware "down the School"

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« Reply #31268 on: March 07, 2019, 08:13:35 AM »
Does any of your nephews play at the Abbey Sam? Whats their opinion of the style of Football?

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« Reply #31269 on: March 07, 2019, 11:38:39 AM »
Does any of your nephews play at the Abbey Sam? Whats their opinion of the style of Football?
None of them play there.Not good enough.

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« Reply #31270 on: March 08, 2019, 12:22:53 AM »
They won the dalton or cor na og a couple of years back beating maghera in the final. Think Jim McCartan took the team. Young lad McGovern from ballyholland was on the team. I also know they’d a lot of their teams coming up short in numerous finals and semi finals. Mcaleenans year group from the point was star studded from what I remember with all on Armagh or down county minor panel. Treanor from burren his team the year later was very similar with most on county minors. Maybe star studded is the wrong word but they all played county minor football so the ability was there.

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« Reply #31271 on: March 08, 2019, 02:43:32 PM »
They won the dalton or cor na og a couple of years back beating maghera in the final. Think Jim McCartan took the team. Young lad McGovern from ballyholland was on the team. I also know they’d a lot of their teams coming up short in numerous finals and semi finals. Mcaleenans year group from the point was star studded from what I remember with all on Armagh or down county minor panel. Treanor from burren his team the year later was very similar with most on county minors. Maybe star studded is the wrong word but they all played county minor football so the ability was there.
yes-I get the point now.

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« Reply #31272 on: March 10, 2019, 06:37:10 PM »
I see Kilcoo are into the ulster league final with another easy win against Dromore. CPN had a great win yesterday sets us up well for the league. Called up to watch Clonduff and Dromintee in the MM tournament Jesus Armagh club football must be poor Clonduff hammered them. Interesting all County players playing for their clubs over the weekend crazy decision with 2 matches to go in the league

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« Reply #31273 on: March 11, 2019, 09:11:30 AM »
I see Kilcoo are into the ulster league final with another easy win against Dromore. CPN had a great win yesterday sets us up well for the league. Called up to watch Clonduff and Dromintee in the MM tournament Jesus Armagh club football must be poor Clonduff hammered them. Interesting all County players playing for their clubs over the weekend crazy decision with 2 matches to go in the league

Funny I heard they lost again, Glenn Wattys beat them

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« Reply #31274 on: March 11, 2019, 01:31:54 PM »
I see Kilcoo are into the ulster league final with another easy win against Dromore. CPN had a great win yesterday sets us up well for the league. Called up to watch Clonduff and Dromintee in the MM tournament Jesus Armagh club football must be poor Clonduff hammered them. Interesting all County players playing for their clubs over the weekend crazy decision with 2 matches to go in the league

why is letting County players play for their clubs in a free week Crazy??? There are set periods of time for County managers to hold players back from their clubs, middle of march isn't one of them. if it was a week before the Championship or league final then yes but mid national league NO.