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highorlow

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Re: Biggest hammerings in club championship
« Reply #15 on: September 24, 2018, 11:52:52 AM »
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Re: Biggest hammerings in club championship
« Reply #16 on: September 24, 2018, 11:59:12 AM »
Adult Football League Division Eleven South
19 JulKiltipper Road19:15
THOMAS DAVIS
3-17
vs
SHANKILL GAA
0-0
John Doherty

I didn't know Shankill had a club. Cuala would consider that part of their massive catchment area, wouldn't they?

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Re: Biggest hammerings in club championship
« Reply #17 on: September 24, 2018, 12:12:37 PM »
Adult Football League Division Eleven South
19 JulKiltipper Road19:15
THOMAS DAVIS
3-17
vs
SHANKILL GAA
0-0
John Doherty

I didn't know Shankill had a club. Cuala would consider that part of their massive catchment area, wouldn't they?
There's a few clubs in that general area, Cabinteely, Geraldine Morans etc., but all are small and inevitably dwarfed by the Dalkey behemoth.

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Re: Biggest hammerings in club championship
« Reply #18 on: September 24, 2018, 12:21:42 PM »
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I didn't know Shankill had a club. Cuala would consider that part of their massive catchment area, wouldn't they?

They had a club in the 70's and that didn't last long. A few locals (blow in locals) set up the club again so their kids could play. They are going well at underage level, but your right any decent senior player is with Cuala, hopefully the new generation in Shankill will get going and develop into a competitive adult team.

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Re: Biggest hammerings in club championship
« Reply #19 on: September 24, 2018, 02:54:25 PM »
Ballygunner handed out a 3 23 to 1 4 hammering to neighbours Passage in county semi final today
They are going for 5 in a row v Abbeyside who are looking for their first Waterford title in 2 weeks. Hopefully it will be a more competitive game.

There'll be some celebrations if they bridge that gap!!   :P


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Re: Biggest hammerings in club championship
« Reply #20 on: September 24, 2018, 07:39:10 PM »
Ballygunner handed out a 3 23 to 1 4 hammering to neighbours Passage in county semi final today
They are going for 5 in a row v Abbeyside who are looking for their first Waterford title in 2 weeks. Hopefully it will be a more competitive game.

Are Mount Sion and De LaSalle off the radar in Waterford City hurling circles?

De La Salle were only beaten by a point by Abbeyside in Saturday but Mount Sion were hammered in the quarter finals for the 2nd year in a row and haven't won the county title since 2006.

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Re: Biggest hammerings in club championship
« Reply #21 on: September 29, 2018, 12:33:54 AM »
The record for an All-Ireland club semi final is 18 points, held by UCD, beating Knockmore in 1973 with a team which had 14 county players on it, Knockmore were playing their first ever season as a senior club. Then in 1997 Knockmore beat Eire Og of Carlow 3-14 to 0-5 to equal that record
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Re: Biggest hammerings in club championship
« Reply #22 on: September 29, 2018, 02:54:46 AM »
The record for an All-Ireland club semi final is 18 points, held by UCD, beating Knockmore in 1973 with a team which had 14 county players on it, Knockmore were playing their first ever season as a senior club. Then in 1997 Knockmore beat Eire Og of Carlow 3-14 to 0-5 to equal that record

As Cross Rangers did when beating Drom Broadford 4-12 to 0-06 in 2009.

In the All Ireland club 1982 final stands out Nemo Rangers 6-11  Garrymore 1-8

In 2011, Cross beat both Armagh Harps and Ballymacnab in the Armagh championship by 25 points.
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