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« Reply #32235 on: October 08, 2019, 09:33:51 PM »
So Kilcoo suspended him for the final but weíre hoping to win the appeal on Sunday for him to play?
Think we all know they did not suspend him
What were they appealing exactly? That the lad did not say it after openly admitting it?

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« Reply #32236 on: October 08, 2019, 09:49:37 PM »
Smurfy he didn't admit to anything ,that came from bridge fella , if hes suspended from minors can he play for his seniors this weekend? He gets a run out for them doesn't he?

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« Reply #32237 on: October 08, 2019, 09:53:19 PM »
Why did he attend the house of the young lad whose dead mother he apparently was sledging?

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« Reply #32238 on: October 08, 2019, 10:02:50 PM »
Itís not in the referee report - Thatís what Iím told. County Board acted from a letter put in and handed a suspension.

Either way, well done to the CB for swift action.

bridge handed letter into county board on Wednesday night/ Thursday morning

Genuinely not sure how to feel about this.

Obviously, given what is clearly known in this case, the suspension is... justified.

But, it opens an awful can of worms for manipulation in the future.


Can any club now send a letter to the County Board and expect disciplinary procedures to be initiated off the back of it?
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« Reply #32239 on: October 08, 2019, 10:12:26 PM »
I think you would find that a serious incident like that on a pitch to a juvenile has to be reported for safeguarding references. Why would the young fella go to the house if he didnít say it?

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« Reply #32240 on: October 08, 2019, 10:29:47 PM »
Still wouldn't explain why they would appeal the suspension if they issued an internal suspension.

What would it say about the sincerity of the apology and the internal suspension if they take their appeal to the Ulster council ?
think missing 2 county finals for an 18 year old is big enough suspension! From what I hear all deals are of the table after bridge went back on their word, lot of kilcoo folk not happy with the way CB handled it, they will get it thrown out in ulster,

If they were appealing it on Sunday morning it was their intention to have the lad available for the game that day and not miss any final
yes as far as I've heard they were hoping to have him available last sunday  ,bridge handed letter into county board on Wednesday night/ Thursday morning, hence the appeal on sunday,  3 or 4 committee members from kilcoo tried to suspend the young buck ,but went about it totally the wrong way🤔, will kilcoo lift their game in replay? Missed first half of minor game, who was the burren man escorted from the field of play In last 5 mins? After trying to confront the referee?
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« Reply #32241 on: October 08, 2019, 11:13:44 PM »
Issue was a non event , young player was badly injured and a bit of remonstrating with a referee ,basically a non story.

The antics and tackles of some of the opposition on Sunday don't belong in Gaelic. If we get a strong referee Burren will be minor champions.

We have been to several gaelic Feiles in the south and never once have encountered the level of nastiness that we get from East Down. In National League football travelling to Portadown and other places for youth football I never witness it.

County Board have to be applauded for their decisive actions and again have shown strong leadership. This sledging which seems to have become a habit in East Down has no place in GAA football.

I would be keen to see if someone could post a detailed list of East Down disciplinary issues this last year.

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« Reply #32242 on: October 09, 2019, 08:19:14 AM »
Issue was a non event , young player was badly injured and a bit of remonstrating with a referee ,basically a non story.

The antics and tackles of some of the opposition on Sunday don't belong in Gaelic. If we get a strong referee Burren will be minor champions.

We have been to several gaelic Feiles in the south and never once have encountered the level of nastiness that we get from East Down. In National League football travelling to Portadown and other places for youth football I never witness it.

County Board have to be applauded for their decisive actions and again have shown strong leadership. This sledging which seems to have become a habit in East Down has no place in GAA football.

I would be keen to see if someone could post a detailed list of East Down disciplinary issues this last year.
yes yewtree as expected once a burren man was involved it's no big deal, and the young burren player that was stretchered of walked out of the changing rooms unaided ,🙈 embarrassed much,? You talk about discipline. Did your number 6 senior player and former county star get hit with a month ban for hitting an official? So sort out your own club before you worry about others

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« Reply #32243 on: October 09, 2019, 08:25:05 AM »
Is this the thought process then?

Wake up.
Take a dump.
Think up some shit
Find a way to include East Down among those shite thoughts.
Type it up.
Laugh at self for being so outrageous and witty.
Repeat.


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This section of the board has been in decline for a decade. But youíve made it terminal yewtree. Well done you.


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« Reply #32244 on: October 09, 2019, 08:36:37 AM »
Issue was a non event , young player was badly injured and a bit of remonstrating with a referee ,basically a non story.

The antics and tackles of some of the opposition on Sunday don't belong in Gaelic. If we get a strong referee Burren will be minor champions.

We have been to several gaelic Feiles in the south and never once have encountered the level of nastiness that we get from East Down. In National League football travelling to Portadown and other places for youth football I never witness it.

County Board have to be applauded for their decisive actions and again have shown strong leadership. This sledging which seems to have become a habit in East Down has no place in GAA football.

I would be keen to see if someone could post a detailed list of East Down disciplinary issues this last year.
yes yewtree as expected once a burren man was involved it's no big deal, and the young burren player that was stretchered of walked out of the changing rooms unaided ,🙈 embarrassed much,? You talk about discipline. Did your number 6 senior player and former county star get hit with a month ban for hitting an official? So sort out your own club before you worry about others

Who got the ban for hitting an official ?

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« Reply #32245 on: October 09, 2019, 09:00:11 AM »
Issue was a non event , young player was badly injured and a bit of remonstrating with a referee ,basically a non story.

The antics and tackles of some of the opposition on Sunday don't belong in Gaelic. If we get a strong referee Burren will be minor champions.

We have been to several gaelic Feiles in the south and never once have encountered the level of nastiness that we get from East Down. In National League football travelling to Portadown and other places for youth football I never witness it.

County Board have to be applauded for their decisive actions and again have shown strong leadership. This sledging which seems to have become a habit in East Down has no place in GAA football.

I would be keen to see if someone could post a detailed list of East Down disciplinary issues this last year.
yes yewtree as expected once a burren man was involved it's no big deal, and the young burren player that was stretchered of walked out of the changing rooms unaided ,🙈 embarrassed much,? You talk about discipline. Did your number 6 senior player and former county star get hit with a month ban for hitting an official? So sort out your own club before you worry about others

Who got the ban for hitting an official ?
c McGovern  got handed a 3 month ban for hitting an official ,the official was doing the line, burren got it over ruled as the spelling of his name was incorrectly spelt,

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« Reply #32246 on: October 09, 2019, 09:04:17 AM »
Fair good draw for an Ulster Championship run in 2020.

Prelim Mon v Cav
Prelim v Antrim
Ferm v Down

Donegal v Tyrone
Armagh v Derry





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« Reply #32247 on: October 09, 2019, 09:21:05 AM »
Division 2 team at home to a Div3 team.  :)

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« Reply #32248 on: October 09, 2019, 09:41:19 AM »
Issue was a non event , young player was badly injured and a bit of remonstrating with a referee ,basically a non story.

The antics and tackles of some of the opposition on Sunday don't belong in Gaelic. If we get a strong referee Burren will be minor champions.

We have been to several gaelic Feiles in the south and never once have encountered the level of nastiness that we get from East Down. In National League football travelling to Portadown and other places for youth football I never witness it.

County Board have to be applauded for their decisive actions and again have shown strong leadership. This sledging which seems to have become a habit in East Down has no place in GAA football.

I would be keen to see if someone could post a detailed list of East Down disciplinary issues this last year.
  May I suggest you go back to "that sport" and stop annoying us here.Sh-t happens but your pontificating only makes it worse.P-ick!

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« Reply #32249 on: October 09, 2019, 10:35:26 AM »
I think you would find that a serious incident like that on a pitch to a juvenile has to be reported for safeguarding references. Why would the young fella go to the house if he didnít say it?

I've clearly pointed out several times (and specifically have done so) that this case is different from what may come down the line because there has been an admission of guilt.

If there is no admission of guilt, is a letter from a club now enough to start and end disciplinary procedures?
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