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Re: Hurling championship 2018
« Reply #510 on: August 08, 2018, 08:55:19 PM »
Tipp ahead 2-13 to 0-9 at halftime.  Galway down to 14.

The red card was ridiculous! Be seriously embarrassed if I was sent off for that, or sent someone off for that based on what the linesman said!

How many people are sent off for jostling with their markers? Zero

It was a strike, very close to hitting him in the balls, red card all day long. The 2nd red was a disgraceful decision

Behave yourself! A strike? The guy went down like a footballer.. embarrassed for you

Look at the rules ya clown

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Re: Hurling championship 2018
« Reply #511 on: August 08, 2018, 09:05:57 PM »
Tipp ahead 2-13 to 0-9 at halftime.  Galway down to 14.

The red card was ridiculous! Be seriously embarrassed if I was sent off for that, or sent someone off for that based on what the linesman said!

How many people are sent off for jostling with their markers? Zero

It was a strike, very close to hitting him in the balls, red card all day long. The 2nd red was a disgraceful decision

Behave yourself! A strike? The guy went down like a footballer.. embarrassed for you

Look at the rules ya clown

If that was a strike then do was the deliberate strikes on the heads on the Galway lads in the first half, you clown!
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Re: Hurling championship 2018
« Reply #512 on: August 08, 2018, 09:06:37 PM »
Won the free for the drag down and the Galway lads decides to kick out. what a clown!

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Re: Hurling championship 2018
« Reply #513 on: August 08, 2018, 09:07:28 PM »
Won the free for the drag down and the Galway lads decides to kick out. what a clown!
A stupid, selfish bastid


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Re: Hurling championship 2018
« Reply #514 on: August 08, 2018, 09:08:05 PM »
Game over.


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« Reply #515 on: August 08, 2018, 09:13:52 PM »
Won the free for the drag down and the Galway lads decides to kick out. what a clown!
A stupid, selfish bastid

Dirty fecker, that deserves a red card and a decent ban.. thatís been the most annoying game from a refereeing view that Iíve seen this year..
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« Reply #516 on: August 08, 2018, 09:14:17 PM »
Tipp ahead 2-13 to 0-9 at halftime.  Galway down to 14.

The red card was ridiculous! Be seriously embarrassed if I was sent off for that, or sent someone off for that based on what the linesman said!

How many people are sent off for jostling with their markers? Zero

It was a strike, very close to hitting him in the balls, red card all day long. The 2nd red was a disgraceful decision

Behave yourself! A strike? The guy went down like a footballer.. embarrassed for you

Look at the rules ya clown

If that was a strike then do was the deliberate strikes on the heads on the Galway lads in the first half, you clown!

So there were tipp lads hitting Galway lads on the head deliberately in the 1st half off the ball?....hold my hands up if that was the case and they should have been sent off

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« Reply #517 on: August 08, 2018, 09:15:48 PM »
Won the free for the drag down and the Galway lads decides to kick out. what a clown!

Less of the clown stuff, leave that to myself and miltown!!

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« Reply #518 on: August 08, 2018, 09:19:49 PM »
Tipp ahead 2-13 to 0-9 at halftime.  Galway down to 14.

The red card was ridiculous! Be seriously embarrassed if I was sent off for that, or sent someone off for that based on what the linesman said!

How many people are sent off for jostling with their markers? Zero

It was a strike, very close to hitting him in the balls, red card all day long. The 2nd red was a disgraceful decision

Behave yourself! A strike? The guy went down like a footballer.. embarrassed for you

Look at the rules ya clown

If that was a strike then do was the deliberate strikes on the heads on the Galway lads in the first half, you clown!

So there were tipp lads hitting Galway lads on the head deliberately in the 1st half off the ball?....hold my hands up if that was the case and they should have been sent off

A deliberate strike is a red card going by the book, off the ball on the ball or in the tunnel.. that lad went down holding his balls when he got a tap in the stomach no different to when players greet each other when they come on as subs!

All in all a feisty game when some well taken goals, where was that team against Cork? Wasnít too many on the pitch with the numbers 1-15. Must have been wholesale changes
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Re: Hurling championship 2018
« Reply #519 on: August 08, 2018, 09:30:24 PM »
Tipp ahead 2-13 to 0-9 at halftime.  Galway down to 14.

The red card was ridiculous! Be seriously embarrassed if I was sent off for that, or sent someone off for that based on what the linesman said!

How many people are sent off for jostling with their markers? Zero

It was a strike, very close to hitting him in the balls, red card all day long. The 2nd red was a disgraceful decision

Behave yourself! A strike? The guy went down like a footballer.. embarrassed for you

Look at the rules ya clown

If that was a strike then do was the deliberate strikes on the heads on the Galway lads in the first half, you clown!

So there were tipp lads hitting Galway lads on the head deliberately in the 1st half off the ball?....hold my hands up if that was the case and they should have been sent off

A deliberate strike is a red card going by the book, off the ball on the ball or in the tunnel.. that lad went down holding his balls when he got a tap in the stomach no different to when players greet each other when they come on as subs!

All in all a feisty game when some well taken goals, where was that team against Cork? Wasnít too many on the pitch with the numbers 1-15. Must have been wholesale changes

God only knows, ger browne was unreal for us tonight. Game could have been very different though Galway had some terrible wides 1st half and we were very clinical. We really struggled after kehoes red to win ball in the forwards. Delighted we've a chance to redeem ourselves against cork but they really should have too much for us. Delighted with tonight's results though

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Re: Hurling championship 2018
« Reply #520 on: August 09, 2018, 09:00:03 AM »
Didn't see the first sending off but thought the Tipp lad was a bit hard done by. His flailing arm caught the keeper in the chest area, foul, yes, yellow, yes, red, no.
Galway had got themselves back in the game with their goal and had Tipp under the cosh and when the Tipp lad was rugby tackling the Galway forward giving a simple free to tap over would have made it a 2 point game only to lose the head and boot the lad in the swingers. Red all day long.

That was momentum lost, free reduced to throw in ball and cleared up the field.

Hard to see Tipp improving enough to bother Cork in the final though.

The final will be in Thurles though.

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Re: Hurling championship 2018
« Reply #521 on: August 10, 2018, 02:09:30 PM »
Didn't see the first sending off but thought the Tipp lad was a bit hard done by. His flailing arm caught the keeper in the chest area, foul, yes, yellow, yes, red, no.
Galway had got themselves back in the game with their goal and had Tipp under the cosh and when the Tipp lad was rugby tackling the Galway forward giving a simple free to tap over would have made it a 2 point game only to lose the head and boot the lad in the swingers. Red all day long.

That was momentum lost, free reduced to throw in ball and cleared up the field.

Hard to see Tipp improving enough to bother Cork in the final though.

The final will be in Thurles though.

Final 26th in limerick is what I'm hearing but nothing confirmed

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« Reply #522 on: August 10, 2018, 04:01:49 PM »
Didn't see the first sending off but thought the Tipp lad was a bit hard done by. His flailing arm caught the keeper in the chest area, foul, yes, yellow, yes, red, no.
Galway had got themselves back in the game with their goal and had Tipp under the cosh and when the Tipp lad was rugby tackling the Galway forward giving a simple free to tap over would have made it a 2 point game only to lose the head and boot the lad in the swingers. Red all day long.

That was momentum lost, free reduced to throw in ball and cleared up the field.

Hard to see Tipp improving enough to bother Cork in the final though.

The final will be in Thurles though.

Final 26th in limerick is what I'm hearing but nothing confirmed

Thought the U21 final was always to be in Thurles no matter the participants, has that changed?

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« Reply #523 on: August 11, 2018, 12:04:09 AM »
Didn't see the first sending off but thought the Tipp lad was a bit hard done by. His flailing arm caught the keeper in the chest area, foul, yes, yellow, yes, red, no.
Galway had got themselves back in the game with their goal and had Tipp under the cosh and when the Tipp lad was rugby tackling the Galway forward giving a simple free to tap over would have made it a 2 point game only to lose the head and boot the lad in the swingers. Red all day long.

That was momentum lost, free reduced to throw in ball and cleared up the field.

Hard to see Tipp improving enough to bother Cork in the final though.

The final will be in Thurles though.

Final 26th in limerick is what I'm hearing but nothing confirmed

Thought the U21 final was always to be in Thurles no matter the participants, has that changed?
Think that was unless Tipp were in it, Galway did a fair bit of grumbling after playing there in the 2010 final a week after the senior final and the Tipp bandwagon was in full flow.

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« Reply #524 on: August 11, 2018, 11:52:23 AM »
Didn't see the first sending off but thought the Tipp lad was a bit hard done by. His flailing arm caught the keeper in the chest area, foul, yes, yellow, yes, red, no.
Galway had got themselves back in the game with their goal and had Tipp under the cosh and when the Tipp lad was rugby tackling the Galway forward giving a simple free to tap over would have made it a 2 point game only to lose the head and boot the lad in the swingers. Red all day long.

That was momentum lost, free reduced to throw in ball and cleared up the field.

Hard to see Tipp improving enough to bother Cork in the final though.

The final will be in Thurles though.

Final 26th in limerick is what I'm hearing but nothing confirmed

Thought the U21 final was always to be in Thurles no matter the participants, has that changed?
Think that was unless Tipp were in it, Galway did a fair bit of grumbling after playing there in the 2010 final a week after the senior final and the Tipp bandwagon was in full flow.

It was agreed in 2010 at the start of the year thurles would be the venue, it wasn't a case of it being awarded once the finalists were known. Galway support (and players!!) Boycotted the game in protest.

For me there's no way for an AI final is shouldn't be anything but a neutral venue. No question this game should be in limerick. Tipp Kilkenny and Wexford kilkenny are the only ones where an obvious neutral venue isn't there...portlaoise or dublin probably