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« Reply #3480 on: October 22, 2019, 09:45:23 AM »
I may be wrong but looking at the watch on the final whistle he'd played 2 minutes over the allotted 4 minutes.

Just picked up the Irish News, Cahair O'Kane stated "almost seven minutes into what was meant to be four minutes of stoppage time, during which there was further delays" So maybe JJ added on the appropriate time...

With bad PA, we didn't hear much time was being added on.

And why should it matter about PA. As long as the ref knew.

Dunno whether you go to many matches but it is always nice to hear how much injury/extra time there is. People in the crowd will discuss it and ask each other about it, always good to hear it from the PA if not in a good position to see the board.

Are you saying that there is no point in having a PA system in GAA grounds?

Aye I am at CP all the time, never noticed bad PA. Must be the purdy muck in South Derry wans ears. Anyhow de ye ever see the boy there that sticks up the electronic board or do they not have that south of the Glenshane.
What a slabber.  PA is very unclear in Páirc na gCeilteach. And Danny Heavron’s victory speech - mic didn’t work and he had to ask the supporters to be quiet! No working mic at the County Final in Páirc na gCeilteach. Disgraceful.  Must have been the mucker muck?!

Is thst the same mucker muck that more or less run Owenbeg for the county board..

Imagine the crowd was noisy. Sweet jesus probably to do with the 9k that were there, ye know the 9k thst they can't fit in anywhere else.
Any oul pathetic excuse to say something bad about CP.
Slabber, as usual. Had left before the presentation. Mass on in Galliagh? Or bingo in Pennyburn? Or spelling lessons in Burnfoot? As useless as tits on a boar. Fear Bun an ranga!

Did you google Bingo in Pennyburn?

Lo. I had to, apparently there is one behind Ulster Bus!

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« Reply #3481 on: October 22, 2019, 09:47:49 AM »
I may be wrong but looking at the watch on the final whistle he'd played 2 minutes over the allotted 4 minutes.

Just picked up the Irish News, Cahair O'Kane stated "almost seven minutes into what was meant to be four minutes of stoppage time, during which there was further delays" So maybe JJ added on the appropriate time...

With bad PA, we didn't hear much time was being added on.

And why should it matter about PA. As long as the ref knew.

Dunno whether you go to many matches but it is always nice to hear how much injury/extra time there is. People in the crowd will discuss it and ask each other about it, always good to hear it from the PA if not in a good position to see the board.

Are you saying that there is no point in having a PA system in GAA grounds?

Aye I am at CP all the time, never noticed bad PA. Must be the purdy muck in South Derry wans ears. Anyhow de ye ever see the boy there that sticks up the electronic board or do they not have that south of the Glenshane.
What a slabber.  PA is very unclear in Páirc na gCeilteach. And Danny Heavron’s victory speech - mic didn’t work and he had to ask the supporters to be quiet! No working mic at the County Final in Páirc na gCeilteach. Disgraceful.  Must have been the mucker muck?!

Is thst the same mucker muck that more or less run Owenbeg for the county board..

Imagine the crowd was noisy. Sweet jesus probably to do with the 9k that were there, ye know the 9k thst they can't fit in anywhere else.
Any oul pathetic excuse to say something bad about CP.
Slabber, as usual. Had left before the presentation. Mass on in Galliagh? Or bingo in Pennyburn? Or spelling lessons in Burnfoot? As useless as tits on a boar. Fear Bun an ranga!

Ní thuigim cad é a chiallaíonn rud ar bith a dúirt tú ansin. Don't go to mass, probably should, bingo on a Sunday afternoon, Jesus naw no way, what the hell burnfoot has got to do with anything I'll never know, leave them poor Donegal ones out of it. Gibberish man. Don't forget your the man who thought Steelstown was in Culmore. Oh mo Dhia.
The big brave boy who thinks he can insult the Gaels of South Derry now can’t spell in two languages! Steelstown coach often in Hollybush PS but then again Hollybush isn’t in Culmore either?! Can you just buy mics that work from now on please?!

Wile Man hi. I love South Derry, it was  a joke, nobody else took offence. All this south/north/city shite does my head in. Out of interest ca háit a raibh na meancóga a rinne mé? Always looking to improve my grammar.

Sure it was you that started the North/South Derry shite, nobody else mentioned it or even took you on afterwards.

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« Reply #3482 on: October 22, 2019, 10:11:18 AM »
I may be wrong but looking at the watch on the final whistle he'd played 2 minutes over the allotted 4 minutes.

Just picked up the Irish News, Cahair O'Kane stated "almost seven minutes into what was meant to be four minutes of stoppage time, during which there was further delays" So maybe JJ added on the appropriate time...

With bad PA, we didn't hear much time was being added on.

And why should it matter about PA. As long as the ref knew.

Dunno whether you go to many matches but it is always nice to hear how much injury/extra time there is. People in the crowd will discuss it and ask each other about it, always good to hear it from the PA if not in a good position to see the board.

Are you saying that there is no point in having a PA system in GAA grounds?

Aye I am at CP all the time, never noticed bad PA. Must be the purdy muck in South Derry wans ears. Anyhow de ye ever see the boy there that sticks up the electronic board or do they not have that south of the Glenshane.
What a slabber.  PA is very unclear in Páirc na gCeilteach. And Danny Heavron’s victory speech - mic didn’t work and he had to ask the supporters to be quiet! No working mic at the County Final in Páirc na gCeilteach. Disgraceful.  Must have been the mucker muck?!

Is thst the same mucker muck that more or less run Owenbeg for the county board..

Imagine the crowd was noisy. Sweet jesus probably to do with the 9k that were there, ye know the 9k thst they can't fit in anywhere else.
Any oul pathetic excuse to say something bad about CP.
Slabber, as usual. Had left before the presentation. Mass on in Galliagh? Or bingo in Pennyburn? Or spelling lessons in Burnfoot? As useless as tits on a boar. Fear Bun an ranga!

Ní thuigim cad é a chiallaíonn rud ar bith a dúirt tú ansin. Don't go to mass, probably should, bingo on a Sunday afternoon, Jesus naw no way, what the hell burnfoot has got to do with anything I'll never know, leave them poor Donegal ones out of it. Gibberish man. Don't forget your the man who thought Steelstown was in Culmore. Oh mo Dhia.
The big brave boy who thinks he can insult the Gaels of South Derry now can’t spell in two languages! Steelstown coach often in Hollybush PS but then again Hollybush isn’t in Culmore either?! Can you just buy mics that work from now on please?!

Wile Man hi. I love South Derry, it was  a joke, nobody else took offence. All this south/north/city shite does my head in. Out of interest ca háit a raibh na meancóga a rinne mé? Always looking to improve my grammar.

Sure it was you that started the North/South Derry shite, nobody else mentioned it or even took you on afterwards.

You sure it wasnt the swipes at CP? I played the sport for long enough to know that the abuse we took every week from the sidelines for being from the city was not to be dwelt on. 

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« Reply #3483 on: October 22, 2019, 10:41:52 AM »
I may be wrong but looking at the watch on the final whistle he'd played 2 minutes over the allotted 4 minutes.

Just picked up the Irish News, Cahair O'Kane stated "almost seven minutes into what was meant to be four minutes of stoppage time, during which there was further delays" So maybe JJ added on the appropriate time...

With bad PA, we didn't hear much time was being added on.

And why should it matter about PA. As long as the ref knew.

Dunno whether you go to many matches but it is always nice to hear how much injury/extra time there is. People in the crowd will discuss it and ask each other about it, always good to hear it from the PA if not in a good position to see the board.

Are you saying that there is no point in having a PA system in GAA grounds?

Aye I am at CP all the time, never noticed bad PA. Must be the purdy muck in South Derry wans ears. Anyhow de ye ever see the boy there that sticks up the electronic board or do they not have that south of the Glenshane.
What a slabber.  PA is very unclear in Páirc na gCeilteach. And Danny Heavron’s victory speech - mic didn’t work and he had to ask the supporters to be quiet! No working mic at the County Final in Páirc na gCeilteach. Disgraceful.  Must have been the mucker muck?!

Is thst the same mucker muck that more or less run Owenbeg for the county board..

Imagine the crowd was noisy. Sweet jesus probably to do with the 9k that were there, ye know the 9k thst they can't fit in anywhere else.
Any oul pathetic excuse to say something bad about CP.
Slabber, as usual. Had left before the presentation. Mass on in Galliagh? Or bingo in Pennyburn? Or spelling lessons in Burnfoot? As useless as tits on a boar. Fear Bun an ranga!

Ní thuigim cad é a chiallaíonn rud ar bith a dúirt tú ansin. Don't go to mass, probably should, bingo on a Sunday afternoon, Jesus naw no way, what the hell burnfoot has got to do with anything I'll never know, leave them poor Donegal ones out of it. Gibberish man. Don't forget your the man who thought Steelstown was in Culmore. Oh mo Dhia.
The big brave boy who thinks he can insult the Gaels of South Derry now can’t spell in two languages! Steelstown coach often in Hollybush PS but then again Hollybush isn’t in Culmore either?! Can you just buy mics that work from now on please?!

Wile Man hi. I love South Derry, it was  a joke, nobody else took offence. All this south/north/city shite does my head in. Out of interest ca háit a raibh na meancóga a rinne mé? Always looking to improve my grammar.

Sure it was you that started the North/South Derry shite, nobody else mentioned it or even took you on afterwards.

You sure it wasnt the swipes at CP? I played the sport for long enough to know that the abuse we took every week from the sidelines for being from the city was not to be dwelt on.

What swipes at CP?? 2 posters one of whom was myself said the PA was rubbish, which it was, that's not a swipe it's a fact.

Having stated this fact you can imagine my astonishment to find that I had moved to South Derry and had muck in my ears.

Sure everybody gets swipes about where they're from when they're playing, if that's the worst ever happened you on the field I wouldn't complain too much.

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« Reply #3484 on: October 22, 2019, 10:51:09 AM »
I may be wrong but looking at the watch on the final whistle he'd played 2 minutes over the allotted 4 minutes.

Just picked up the Irish News, Cahair O'Kane stated "almost seven minutes into what was meant to be four minutes of stoppage time, during which there was further delays" So maybe JJ added on the appropriate time...

With bad PA, we didn't hear much time was being added on.

And why should it matter about PA. As long as the ref knew.

Dunno whether you go to many matches but it is always nice to hear how much injury/extra time there is. People in the crowd will discuss it and ask each other about it, always good to hear it from the PA if not in a good position to see the board.

Are you saying that there is no point in having a PA system in GAA grounds?

Aye I am at CP all the time, never noticed bad PA. Must be the purdy muck in South Derry wans ears. Anyhow de ye ever see the boy there that sticks up the electronic board or do they not have that south of the Glenshane.
What a slabber.  PA is very unclear in Páirc na gCeilteach. And Danny Heavron’s victory speech - mic didn’t work and he had to ask the supporters to be quiet! No working mic at the County Final in Páirc na gCeilteach. Disgraceful.  Must have been the mucker muck?!

Is thst the same mucker muck that more or less run Owenbeg for the county board..

Imagine the crowd was noisy. Sweet jesus probably to do with the 9k that were there, ye know the 9k thst they can't fit in anywhere else.
Any oul pathetic excuse to say something bad about CP.
Slabber, as usual. Had left before the presentation. Mass on in Galliagh? Or bingo in Pennyburn? Or spelling lessons in Burnfoot? As useless as tits on a boar. Fear Bun an ranga!

Ní thuigim cad é a chiallaíonn rud ar bith a dúirt tú ansin. Don't go to mass, probably should, bingo on a Sunday afternoon, Jesus naw no way, what the hell burnfoot has got to do with anything I'll never know, leave them poor Donegal ones out of it. Gibberish man. Don't forget your the man who thought Steelstown was in Culmore. Oh mo Dhia.
The big brave boy who thinks he can insult the Gaels of South Derry now can’t spell in two languages! Steelstown coach often in Hollybush PS but then again Hollybush isn’t in Culmore either?! Can you just buy mics that work from now on please?!

Wile Man hi. I love South Derry, it was  a joke, nobody else took offence. All this south/north/city shite does my head in. Out of interest ca háit a raibh na meancóga a rinne mé? Always looking to improve my grammar.

Sure it was you that started the North/South Derry shite, nobody else mentioned it or even took you on afterwards.

You sure it wasnt the swipes at CP? I played the sport for long enough to know that the abuse we took every week from the sidelines for being from the city was not to be dwelt on.

What swipes at CP?? 2 posters one of whom was myself said the PA was rubbish, which it was, that's not a swipe it's a fact.

Having stated this fact you can imagine my astonishment to find that I had moved to South Derry and had muck in my ears.

Sure everybody gets swipes about where they're from when they're playing, if that's the worst ever happened you on the field I wouldn't complain too much.

Aye but.........

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« Reply #3485 on: October 22, 2019, 11:37:10 AM »
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« Reply #3486 on: October 22, 2019, 01:18:06 PM »
I may be wrong but looking at the watch on the final whistle he'd played 2 minutes over the allotted 4 minutes.

Just picked up the Irish News, Cahair O'Kane stated "almost seven minutes into what was meant to be four minutes of stoppage time, during which there was further delays" So maybe JJ added on the appropriate time...

With bad PA, we didn't hear much time was being added on.

And why should it matter about PA. As long as the ref knew.

Dunno whether you go to many matches but it is always nice to hear how much injury/extra time there is. People in the crowd will discuss it and ask each other about it, always good to hear it from the PA if not in a good position to see the board.

Are you saying that there is no point in having a PA system in GAA grounds?

Aye I am at CP all the time, never noticed bad PA. Must be the purdy muck in South Derry wans ears. Anyhow de ye ever see the boy there that sticks up the electronic board or do they not have that south of the Glenshane.
What a slabber.  PA is very unclear in Páirc na gCeilteach. And Danny Heavron’s victory speech - mic didn’t work and he had to ask the supporters to be quiet! No working mic at the County Final in Páirc na gCeilteach. Disgraceful.  Must have been the mucker muck?!

Is thst the same mucker muck that more or less run Owenbeg for the county board..

Imagine the crowd was noisy. Sweet jesus probably to do with the 9k that were there, ye know the 9k thst they can't fit in anywhere else.
Any oul pathetic excuse to say something bad about CP.
Slabber, as usual. Had left before the presentation. Mass on in Galliagh? Or bingo in Pennyburn? Or spelling lessons in Burnfoot? As useless as tits on a boar. Fear Bun an ranga!

Ní thuigim cad é a chiallaíonn rud ar bith a dúirt tú ansin. Don't go to mass, probably should, bingo on a Sunday afternoon, Jesus naw no way, what the hell burnfoot has got to do with anything I'll never know, leave them poor Donegal ones out of it. Gibberish man. Don't forget your the man who thought Steelstown was in Culmore. Oh mo Dhia.
The big brave boy who thinks he can insult the Gaels of South Derry now can’t spell in two languages! Steelstown coach often in Hollybush PS but then again Hollybush isn’t in Culmore either?! Can you just buy mics that work from now on please?!

Wile Man hi. I love South Derry, it was  a joke, nobody else took offence. All this south/north/city shite does my head in. Out of interest ca háit a raibh na meancóga a rinne mé? Always looking to improve my grammar.

Sure it was you that started the North/South Derry shite, nobody else mentioned it or even took you on afterwards.

You sure it wasnt the swipes at CP? I played the sport for long enough to know that the abuse we took every week from the sidelines for being from the city was not to be dwelt on.

What swipes at CP?? 2 posters one of whom was myself said the PA was rubbish, which it was, that's not a swipe it's a fact.

Having stated this fact you can imagine my astonishment to find that I had moved to South Derry and had muck in my ears.

Sure everybody gets swipes about where they're from when they're playing, if that's the worst ever happened you on the field I wouldn't complain too much.

Aye but.........

The war has restarted.........up the f**king city biassssssssssss (hi)!!!

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« Reply #3487 on: October 22, 2019, 04:32:13 PM »
An Antrim man heading over the Bann?

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« Reply #3488 on: October 22, 2019, 04:50:32 PM »
John Mc Keever to Wolfe Tones?  Last I heard there were two or three big clubs talking to him PJ but it looks like he couldnt resist the challenge to bring the youth through at Bellaghy and turn them into credible challengers once again.

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« Reply #3489 on: October 22, 2019, 06:56:27 PM »
John Mc Keever to Wolfe Tones?  Last I heard there were two or three big clubs talking to him PJ but it looks like he couldnt resist the challenge to bring the youth through at Bellaghy and turn them into credible challengers once again.
it'll be a long time before Bellaghy compete again. They have more chance of getting relegated in the next few years. They even lost to Draperstown in the u21s last night.

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« Reply #3490 on: October 22, 2019, 07:22:54 PM »
Swatragh should win the u21 easy enough.

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« Reply #3491 on: October 22, 2019, 07:35:13 PM »
Thats the challenge Mc Keever has taken on. Theres probably zero expectation for a year or two other than safety and then mid table, but Id be more than surprised if John dosent make the Blues c,ship competitive again even if that does take a full three years.

Swatragh serious talent emerging too, would be a few years further on than Bellaghy atm. To be honest they were my fancy this year for the JML...shows you what I know!

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« Reply #3492 on: October 22, 2019, 09:42:18 PM »
Swatragh should win the u21 easy enough.

Easy enough? Who else are contenders...

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« Reply #3493 on: October 23, 2019, 08:51:03 AM »
Swatragh should win the u21 easy enough.

Easy enough? Who else are contenders...

Lavey, Ballinascreen. Kilrea/Dungiven had a good rivalry at this age group.

I would have said bellaghy too, earlier in the year, due to their recent ulster minor win but Screen managed a 1 point win over them.

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« Reply #3494 on: October 23, 2019, 09:59:12 AM »
Swatragh should win the u21 easy enough.

Easy enough? Who else are contenders...

Lavey, Ballinascreen. Kilrea/Dungiven had a good rivalry at this age group.

I would have said bellaghy too, earlier in the year, due to their recent ulster minor win but Screen managed a 1 point win over them.

I read somewhere that Magherafelt only lose 2 players from last years winning u21 team. But I think they have something like 8 u21's involved with senior team so doubt they will even field?

By the way, on sunday's game..hard luck to the Watty's. Sore one to take but they will be back I have no doubt. Fair play to the Rossa's, proved the doubters wrong.  :-X