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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4260 on: October 10, 2020, 06:48:56 PM »
Next week,provided GAA intercounty matches  resume again,Derry will meet their bogey team of recent years, Longford, in the National Football League.Based on their  form in the club championships I would select the following 15.

                                              Odhran Lynch
Carlus McWilliams                    Brendan Rogers            Paul McNeill
Conor McCluskey                      Chris McKaigue            Padraig McGrogan
                       Ciaran McFaul            Padraig Cassidy
Jack Doherty                            Emmett Bradley             Niall Loughlin
Enda Lynn                                Shane McGuigan          Christopher Bradley

Subs: Connlan Bradley,Shea Downey,Declan Cassidy,Conor Doherty,Michael McEvoy,Patrick Kearney,Benny Heron,Danny Tallon,Niall Toner,Ben McCarron,Alex Doherty.

P.S.Presumably all of the above were selected on the revamped panel! Unfortunately there appears to be a shortage of defenders and midfielders on the panel itself

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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4261 on: October 10, 2020, 07:36:05 PM »
I have Slaughtneil, Loup, Glen and Ballinascreen all scoring more in the C'ship than the Rossa. Ballinderry are level with M'felt in the scoring charts.  However only Slaughtneil played the same amount of games as M'felt, the rest had fewer games:

Loup & Ballinderry (1)
Ballinascreen & Glen (2)

Newbridge had 3 fewer than M'felt and are only 10pts away from their overall total.

Which team had the best defensive record?

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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4262 on: October 10, 2020, 09:06:13 PM »
I have Slaughtneil, Loup, Glen and Ballinascreen all scoring more in the C'ship than the Rossa. Ballinderry are level with M'felt in the scoring charts.  However only Slaughtneil played the same amount of games as M'felt, the rest had fewer games:

Loup & Ballinderry (1)
Ballinascreen & Glen (2)

Newbridge had 3 fewer than M'felt and are only 10pts away from their overall total.

Which team had the best defensive record?

Looking at my totals: Slaughtneil

Slaughtneil
Scoring Average: 20pts (1st)
Conceding Average: 9pts (1st)

Magherafelt
Scoring Average: 12pts (Joint 13th)
Conceding Average: 10pts (2nd)

Loup
Scoring Average: 16pts (joint 5th)
Conceding Average: 14pts (Joint 5th)

Ballinderry
Scoring Average: 14pts (joint 7th)
Conceding Average:  16pts (11th)

Glen
Scoring Average: 19pts (2nd)
Conceding Average: 11pts (3rd)

Swatragh
Scoring Average: 14pts (joint 7th)
Conceding Average: 12pts (4th)

Coleraine
Scoring Average: 13pts (joint 11th)
Conceding Average: 15pts (10th)

Ballinascreen
Scoring Average: 17pts (4th)
Conceding Average: 14pts (Joint 5th)

Newbridge
Scoring Average: 18pts (3rd)
Conceding Average: 14pts (Joint 5th)

Bellaghy
Scoring Average: 14pts (joint 7th)
Conceding Average: 14pts (Joint 5th)

Lavey
Scoring Average: 13pts (joint 11th)
Conceding Average: 17pts (joint 12th)

Dungiven
Scoring Average: 16pts (joint 5th)
Conceding Average: 17pts (joint 12th)

Claudy
Scoring Average: 14pts (joint 7th)
Conceding Average: 15pts (9th)

Kilrea
Scoring Average: 11pts (joint 14th)
Conceding Average: 21pts (15th)

Foreglen
Scoring Average: 12pts (joint 13th)
Conceding Average: 25pts (16th)

Banagher
Scoring Average: 11pts (joint 14th)
Conceding Average: 19pts (14th)
 
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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4263 on: October 11, 2020, 11:06:04 PM »
Next week,provided GAA intercounty matches  resume again,Derry will meet their bogey team of recent years, Longford, in the National Football League.Based on their  form in the club championships I would select the following 15.

                                              Odhran Lynch
Carlus McWilliams                    Brendan Rogers            Paul McNeill
Conor McCluskey                      Chris McKaigue            Padraig McGrogan
                       Ciaran McFaul            Padraig Cassidy
Jack Doherty                            Emmett Bradley             Niall Loughlin
Enda Lynn                                Shane McGuigan          Christopher Bradley

Subs: Connlan Bradley,Shea Downey,Declan Cassidy,Conor Doherty,Michael McEvoy,Patrick Kearney,Benny Heron,Danny Tallon,Niall Toner,Ben McCarron,Alex Doherty.

P.S.Presumably all of the above were selected on the revamped panel! Unfortunately there appears to be a shortage of defenders and midfielders on the panel itself
No room for Conor Glass, I note?!!! Ar ais in Éirinn Dé Sathairn!

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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4264 on: October 12, 2020, 09:40:42 AM »
Next week,provided GAA intercounty matches  resume again,Derry will meet their bogey team of recent years, Longford, in the National Football League.Based on their  form in the club championships I would select the following 15.

                                              Odhran Lynch
Carlus McWilliams                    Brendan Rogers            Paul McNeill
Conor McCluskey                      Chris McKaigue            Padraig McGrogan
                       Ciaran McFaul            Padraig Cassidy
Jack Doherty                            Emmett Bradley             Niall Loughlin
Enda Lynn                                Shane McGuigan          Christopher Bradley

Subs: Connlan Bradley,Shea Downey,Declan Cassidy,Conor Doherty,Michael McEvoy,Patrick Kearney,Benny Heron,Danny Tallon,Niall Toner,Ben McCarron,Alex Doherty.

P.S.Presumably all of the above were selected on the revamped panel! Unfortunately there appears to be a shortage of defenders and midfielders on the panel itself
No room for Conor Glass, I note?!!! Ar ais in Éirinn Dé Sathairn!
Glass has to isolate when he arrives back and won't be available for Longford game. Not sure if you throw him straight in anyway? I wouldn't have too much expectations for this year, let him get back and used to the round ball again.

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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4265 on: October 12, 2020, 09:55:34 AM »
Next week,provided GAA intercounty matches  resume again,Derry will meet their bogey team of recent years, Longford, in the National Football League.Based on their  form in the club championships I would select the following 15.

                                              Odhran Lynch
Carlus McWilliams                    Brendan Rogers            Paul McNeill
Conor McCluskey                      Chris McKaigue            Padraig McGrogan
                       Ciaran McFaul            Padraig Cassidy
Jack Doherty                            Emmett Bradley             Niall Loughlin
Enda Lynn                                Shane McGuigan          Christopher Bradley

Subs: Connlan Bradley,Shea Downey,Declan Cassidy,Conor Doherty,Michael McEvoy,Patrick Kearney,Benny Heron,Danny Tallon,Niall Toner,Ben McCarron,Alex Doherty.

P.S.Presumably all of the above were selected on the revamped panel! Unfortunately there appears to be a shortage of defenders and midfielders on the panel itself
No room for Conor Glass, I note?!!! Ar ais in Éirinn Dé Sathairn!
Glass has to isolate when he arrives back and won't be available for Longford game. Not sure if you throw him straight in anyway? I wouldn't have too much expectations for this year, let him get back and used to the round ball again.
Agree totally.  Although, if game is even played, 15 minutes against Ard Mhacha could help ease him back in!!!   This year or next, still a great addition and big lift for Doire.

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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4266 on: October 12, 2020, 04:09:13 PM »
I have Slaughtneil, Loup, Glen and Ballinascreen all scoring more in the C'ship than the Rossa. Ballinderry are level with M'felt in the scoring charts.  However only Slaughtneil played the same amount of games as M'felt, the rest had fewer games:

Loup & Ballinderry (1)
Ballinascreen & Glen (2)

Newbridge had 3 fewer than M'felt and are only 10pts away from their overall total.

Surely each team total for and against depends on the quality of opposition.
Your next step is to give a weighting to each team and factor it into your interim results.



Which team had the best defensive record?

Looking at my totals: Slaughtneil

Slaughtneil
Scoring Average: 20pts (1st)
Conceding Average: 9pts (1st)

Magherafelt
Scoring Average: 12pts (Joint 13th)
Conceding Average: 10pts (2nd)

Loup
Scoring Average: 16pts (joint 5th)
Conceding Average: 14pts (Joint 5th)

Ballinderry
Scoring Average: 14pts (joint 7th)
Conceding Average:  16pts (11th)

Glen
Scoring Average: 19pts (2nd)
Conceding Average: 11pts (3rd)

Swatragh
Scoring Average: 14pts (joint 7th)
Conceding Average: 12pts (4th)

Coleraine
Scoring Average: 13pts (joint 11th)
Conceding Average: 15pts (10th)

Ballinascreen
Scoring Average: 17pts (4th)
Conceding Average: 14pts (Joint 5th)

Newbridge
Scoring Average: 18pts (3rd)
Conceding Average: 14pts (Joint 5th)

Bellaghy
Scoring Average: 14pts (joint 7th)
Conceding Average: 14pts (Joint 5th)

Lavey
Scoring Average: 13pts (joint 11th)
Conceding Average: 17pts (joint 12th)

Dungiven
Scoring Average: 16pts (joint 5th)
Conceding Average: 17pts (joint 12th)

Claudy
Scoring Average: 14pts (joint 7th)
Conceding Average: 15pts (9th)

Kilrea
Scoring Average: 11pts (joint 14th)
Conceding Average: 21pts (15th)

Foreglen
Scoring Average: 12pts (joint 13th)
Conceding Average: 25pts (16th)

Banagher
Scoring Average: 11pts (joint 14th)
Conceding Average: 19pts (14th)

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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4267 on: October 12, 2020, 08:07:50 PM »
Sleacht Néill won the Senior Football Championship and deservedly so, imo - it can be as simple as that!  You have to admire what they have achieved again this year - football, camogie and hurling.  Maith iad.

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« Reply #4268 on: October 13, 2020, 08:40:51 AM »
McGinleny gone from swatragh, donnelly gone from Glen and Baker gone from screen. Any other clubs without managers at the minute?

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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4269 on: October 13, 2020, 12:39:47 PM »
I have Slaughtneil, Loup, Glen and Ballinascreen all scoring more in the C'ship than the Rossa. Ballinderry are level with M'felt in the scoring charts.  However only Slaughtneil played the same amount of games as M'felt, the rest had fewer games:

Loup & Ballinderry (1)
Ballinascreen & Glen (2)

Newbridge had 3 fewer than M'felt and are only 10pts away from their overall total.

Surely each team total for and against depends on the quality of opposition.
Your next step is to give a weighting to each team and factor it into your interim results.


I'll let someone else do that for me, think I've put up enough stuff about this years C'ship.
But as others have said Slaughtneil were deserving winners, over the course of the C'ship they beat (aside from themselves obviously) every Championship winning side since 2010, as well as last years finalists.
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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4270 on: October 13, 2020, 06:50:31 PM »
I have Slaughtneil, Loup, Glen and Ballinascreen all scoring more in the C'ship than the Rossa. Ballinderry are level with M'felt in the scoring charts.  However only Slaughtneil played the same amount of games as M'felt, the rest had fewer games:

Loup & Ballinderry (1)
Ballinascreen & Glen (2)

Newbridge had 3 fewer than M'felt and are only 10pts away from their overall total.

Surely each team total for and against depends on the quality of opposition.
Your next step is to give a weighting to each team and factor it into your interim results.


I'll let someone else do that for me, think I've put up enough stuff about this years C'ship.
But as others have said Slaughtneil were deserving winners, over the course of the C'ship they beat (aside from themselves obviously) every Championship winning side since 2010, as well as last years finalists.
Good post and thanks for all stats.  Sleacht Néill probably not finished yet either!

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« Reply #4271 on: October 13, 2020, 08:37:56 PM »
👍 yes thanks for the stats 👏👏
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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4272 on: October 15, 2020, 09:50:05 AM »
Glass has to isolate when he arrives back and won't be available for Longford game. Not sure if you throw him straight in anyway? I wouldn't have too much expectations for this year, let him get back and used to the round ball again.
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An update on this. Glass is apparently available for selection having not had to isolate. Still wouldn't have much expectation but it's one to keep an eye on.

On a separate note, whilst i'm looking forward to seeing the county team back in action, something doesn't feel right about these games going ahead when the Junior Club final and Underage finals weren't able to.

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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4273 on: October 15, 2020, 08:48:43 PM »
Glass has to isolate when he arrives back and won't be available for Longford game. Not sure if you throw him straight in anyway? I wouldn't have too much expectations for this year, let him get back and used to the round ball again.
An update on this. Glass is apparently available for selection having not had to isolate. Still wouldn't have much expectation but it's one to keep an eye on.

On a separate note, whilst i'm looking forward to seeing the county team back in action, something doesn't feel right about these games going ahead when the Junior Club final and Underage finals weren't able to.
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I can relate to that ok however the games themselves weren't the major issue but the amount of social interaction before, (sometimes during) and after.   The GAA had to act at that point for the sake of public health at local level.   Hopefully they might be played at a later date?

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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #4274 on: October 16, 2020, 08:14:57 AM »
Glass trained with the squad on Wednesday night. Doesn't have to isolate