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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #525 on: October 09, 2018, 05:04:34 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.
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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #526 on: October 09, 2018, 07:06:44 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #527 on: October 09, 2018, 07:32:03 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.

Yeah, the Mayo LGFA County Board are really sending a stern message to Carnacon. There is no love lost at this stage. 

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #528 on: October 09, 2018, 07:39:38 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.

Not really. What’s the point of the punishment if Carnacon are let run down the clock and not have to serve any of it? It was bizarre that the game was postponed on the first place.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #529 on: October 09, 2018, 07:44:09 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.

Not really. What’s the point of the punishment if Carnacon are let run down the clock and not have to serve any of it? It was bizarre that the game was postponed on the first place.

They've already played a round robin game v Castlebar Mitchels without the 8! They also won the game handy! Moy Davitts would be a different prospect!

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #530 on: October 09, 2018, 08:00:48 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.

Not really. What’s the point of the punishment if Carnacon are let run down the clock and not have to serve any of it? It was bizarre that the game was postponed on the first place.

They've already played a round robin game v Castlebar Mitchels without the 8! They also won the game handy! Moy Davitts would be a different prospect!

It just highlights how the system can be gamed, though. If Carnacon aren’t acting in good faith you can’t really blame the CB for rollling around in the mud too.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #531 on: October 09, 2018, 09:04:00 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.
It has been spiteful from the get go. The county board (made up of 32 people) are just club delegates who are completely jealous and fed up with the same team winning everything.
Any excuse really.


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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #532 on: October 09, 2018, 09:22:19 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.
It has been spiteful from the get go. The county board (made up of 32 people) are just club delegates who are completely jealous and fed up with the same team winning everything.
Any excuse really.

Looks like that at this stage.
Luckily the Carnacon players stood tall in the Summer and put county before personal grievances a couple of days before a Championship match.
And kept quiet on the national media as per the confidentiality agreement.
Not in any way putting dangerous quotes out there for the general public to make of it what they want.

By the way this is not something that has happened out of no where in the past 4 months. There has been form. We had a situation in 2010 from i suspect the same culprits?

They got away with it then as the Mayo LGFA County Board or anyone was strong enough to take them on.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #533 on: October 09, 2018, 09:26:21 PM »
They’ve been dealt with by the highest authority.
Bottom line is that other (jealous) clubs want them knocked out of the championship.
That’s what they wanted at the start and that’s all that still matters to them.
Pathetic people.


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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #534 on: October 09, 2018, 09:30:32 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.
It has been spiteful from the get go. The county board (made up of 32 people) are just club delegates who are completely jealous and fed up with the same team winning everything.
Any excuse really.

Looks like that at this stage.
Luckily the Carnacon players stood tall in the Summer and put county before personal grievances a couple of days before a Championship match.
And kept quiet on the national media as per the confidentiality agreement.
Not in any way putting dangerous quotes out there for the general public to make of it what they want.

By the way this is not something that has happened out of no where in the past 4 months. There has been form. We had a situation in 2010 from i suspect the same culprits?

They got away with it then as the Mayo LGFA County Board or anyone was strong enough to take them on.

What happened in 2010?

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #535 on: October 09, 2018, 10:12:43 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.
It has been spiteful from the get go. The county board (made up of 32 people) are just club delegates who are completely jealous and fed up with the same team winning everything.
Any excuse really.

Just mix powdered Hardstation with a Mayo LGFA thread and you get an instant expert. C’mon man, you took the wrong tact at the start and dug in. Come out of the bunker.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #536 on: October 09, 2018, 10:16:57 PM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.
It has been spiteful from the get go. The county board (made up of 32 people) are just club delegates who are completely jealous and fed up with the same team winning everything.
Any excuse really.

Looks like that at this stage.
Luckily the Carnacon players stood tall in the Summer and put county before personal grievances a couple of days before a Championship match.
And kept quiet on the national media as per the confidentiality agreement.
Not in any way putting dangerous quotes out there for the general public to make of it what they want.

By the way this is not something that has happened out of no where in the past 4 months. There has been form. We had a situation in 2010 from i suspect the same culprits?

They got away with it then as the Mayo LGFA County Board or anyone was strong enough to take them on.

What happened in 2010?

http://www.mayonews.ie/sports/10285-mayo-ladies-hunting-for-a-new-manager

''This saga began in May when the Mayo Ladies GAA Board controversially withdrew their team from the Connacht championship, citing an inability to find a replacement for manager Pat Costello, who resigned after the National League, alleging that some players had undermined his authority.''


''An investigation is currently ongoing into what brought this situation to a head in the first place. Ladies GAA officials from Croke Park are believed to be in the process of speaking with a number of former Mayo managers and players in an effort to discover why the county has had such a high turnover of management in recent years. ''



http://www.mayonews.ie/component/content/article?id=9857:board-slams-players-who-undermined-mayo-manager

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #537 on: October 10, 2018, 02:34:40 AM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.
It has been spiteful from the get go. The county board (made up of 32 people) are just club delegates who are completely jealous and fed up with the same team winning everything.
Any excuse really.

Looks like that at this stage.
Luckily the Carnacon players stood tall in the Summer and put county before personal grievances a couple of days before a Championship match.
And kept quiet on the national media as per the confidentiality agreement.
Not in any way putting dangerous quotes out there for the general public to make of it what they want.

By the way this is not something that has happened out of no where in the past 4 months. There has been form. We had a situation in 2010 from i suspect the same culprits?

They got away with it then as the Mayo LGFA County Board or anyone was strong enough to take them on.

What happened in 2010?

http://www.mayonews.ie/sports/10285-mayo-ladies-hunting-for-a-new-manager

''This saga began in May when the Mayo Ladies GAA Board controversially withdrew their team from the Connacht championship, citing an inability to find a replacement for manager Pat Costello, who resigned after the National League, alleging that some players had undermined his authority.''


''An investigation is currently ongoing into what brought this situation to a head in the first place. Ladies GAA officials from Croke Park are believed to be in the process of speaking with a number of former Mayo managers and players in an effort to discover why the county has had such a high turnover of management in recent years. ''



http://www.mayonews.ie/component/content/article?id=9857:board-slams-players-who-undermined-mayo-manager

The parallels with the current situation are obvious

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #538 on: October 10, 2018, 10:35:32 AM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.
It has been spiteful from the get go. The county board (made up of 32 people) are just club delegates who are completely jealous and fed up with the same team winning everything.
Any excuse really.

Just mix powdered Hardstation with a Mayo LGFA thread and you get an instant expert. C’mon man, you took the wrong tact at the start and dug in. Come out of the bunker.
Physician heal thyself. Mayo board (other clubs) are not interested in anything other than having Carnacon knocked out of the championship. They are determined to have them play a tough game minus the 8 as it’s the best chance they have of getting them out.
If you want a cup that bad, go up the town and buy one.


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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #539 on: October 10, 2018, 10:49:27 AM »
http://www.hoganstand.com/Article/Index/291266


Mayo ladies county board are set to appeal the leniency of the suspensions given to eight Carnacon players by the LGFA’s National Appeals Committee.
The All-Ireland champions will play Moy Davitts on Sunday for a place in the county final with their eight suspended players set to see four-week bans over apparent player welfare issues expire on Friday.
Last night the board voted 27-5 in favour of an appeal to the perceived leniency of the suspensions handed down. The appeal is expected to happen tonight.


Seems this story hasn't run its course yet.

Spiteful decision.
It has been spiteful from the get go. The county board (made up of 32 people) are just club delegates who are completely jealous and fed up with the same team winning everything.
Any excuse really.

Just mix powdered Hardstation with a Mayo LGFA thread and you get an instant expert. C’mon man, you took the wrong tact at the start and dug in. Come out of the bunker.
Physician heal thyself. Mayo board (other clubs) are not interested in anything other than having Carnacon knocked out of the championship. They are determined to have them play a tough game minus the 8 as it’s the best chance they have of getting them out.
If you want a cup that bad, go up the town and buy one.
And your not interested in anything other than repeating the same shite all the time. We get it, your either one of them or related to them or a club member. Your gone well past boring at this stage.