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Re: Ballinamere Durrow Offaly minor and the next generation
« Reply #30 on: March 13, 2019, 09:57:03 PM »
Brosna Gaels are Doon, Pullagh and Ballycumber I think. If  thats North Offaly then so is Belmont.

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Re: Ballinamere Durrow Offaly minor and the next generation
« Reply #31 on: March 13, 2019, 10:28:44 PM »
What's harder to believe is that Mayo will be playing Offaly next year in hurling.
Mayo have 5/6 new clubs in the last 10 years.
Offaly have spent the last 10 years bemoaning everything

I know which county is on the way up

Coming and going though. Only 4 adult clubs. Caiseal Gaels are on the rise to minor this year, Ballyvary, Ballina and Claremorris only play underage to u-16. As of this year.

Do Ballyvary and Ballina have separate teams all the way to U16? I thought that they were combining at some ages with Ballyvary providing majority of the players

Yes, Ballina merge with Ballyvary at under age! Ballyvary have got their act together again and are getting numbers at under 10 and below.

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Re: Ballinamere Durrow Offaly minor and the next generation
« Reply #32 on: March 14, 2019, 01:16:16 AM »
Brosna Gaels, although a nice concept is doomed. Underage neglected for years. Chris McDonald transferring to Ballinamere and Spain looking to join KK are certainly not helping matters.
Tubber also, AZ.

Tullamore,Shamrocks, Clodiagh Gaels the most easterly (north to some) teams.