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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #105 on: November 13, 2019, 05:39:08 PM »
Double Header this Saturday in MacHale Park

JFC Club Final 3pm
Kilmaine v St Michaels
 
IFC Club Final 5pm
The Neale v Oughterard

SFC Club final November 24th 2pm Tuam stadium
Corofin v Pádraig Pearses

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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #106 on: November 13, 2019, 08:57:51 PM »
Double Header this Saturday in MacHale Park

JFC Club Final 3pm
Kilmaine v St Michaels
 
IFC Club Final 5pm
The Neale v Oughterard

SFC Club final November 24th 2pm Tuam stadium
Corofin v Pádraig Pearses
See young Matt Tierney doing very well for Oughterard, will Pauric Joyce be bringing him in to Galway setup for 2020?

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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #107 on: November 13, 2019, 09:23:39 PM »
Double Header this Saturday in MacHale Park

JFC Club Final 3pm
Kilmaine v St Michaels
 
IFC Club Final 5pm
The Neale v Oughterard

SFC Club final November 24th 2pm Tuam stadium
Corofin v Pádraig Pearses
See young Matt Tierney doing very well for Oughterard, will Pauric Joyce be bringing him in to Galway setup for 2020?
Maybe but first he's got another year with  the U20s

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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #108 on: November 16, 2019, 03:36:07 PM »
One way traffic in the Connacht junior final at half time. Kilmaine 1-10  St Michaels 0-0.

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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #109 on: November 16, 2019, 04:06:32 PM »
4–13 to 0-1 now.
Kilmaine are a decent enough side but surely the Sligo county  champions should be able to put in a better show than that.
Their champs won Connacht last year at this grade

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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #110 on: November 16, 2019, 04:17:08 PM »
It finished Kilmaine 5-17 St Michael's 0-03

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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #111 on: November 16, 2019, 05:33:02 PM »
Half time in the Intermediate Connacht final.

The Neale 0-7 Oughterard 0-7. Plenty of goal chances created in that opening half.

Full Time The Neale 0-11 Oughterard 1-16. Strong 2nd half by the Galway champs. The highly rated Matthew Tierney with the goal.
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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #112 on: November 16, 2019, 06:16:11 PM »
Big second half from Oughterard.
1-16 to 0-9 up in injury time

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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #113 on: November 16, 2019, 06:18:34 PM »
All Oughterard in the 2nd half. The two Tierney brothers running the show. 1-5 between them since HT.

All over 1-16 to 0-11.
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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #114 on: November 17, 2019, 11:16:20 AM »
Have Pearses any chance next Sunday? Coming in under the radar and all?
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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #115 on: November 17, 2019, 03:28:48 PM »
Have Pearses any chance next Sunday? Coming in under the radar and all?

Have a chance if they keep the game as low scoring as possible.

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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #116 on: November 17, 2019, 05:41:32 PM »
Have Pearses any chance next Sunday? Coming in under the radar and all?
A slight chance, 2 horse race and all that.
Also no pressure on Pearses.
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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #117 on: November 18, 2019, 09:59:21 AM »
4–13 to 0-1 now.
Kilmaine are a decent enough side but surely the Sligo county  champions should be able to put in a better show than that.
Their champs won Connacht last year at this grade
Not that much better really, the club scene here is quite poor as you can tell from the senior results, and with only 23 clubs in all the junior grade has very few clubs involved, only three could have gone forward from it. Michael's aren't much of a team at all and in fact all they had to do to reach Saturday's final was to beat our club in the county semi final two months back, as the other finalists were a second team and Leitrim had no team to go forward. We would have been seen as clear favourites to win junior but Michael's got us on a day and a ground that was made for them rather than us, and there may have been a certain complacency involved too. Not that we'd have beaten Kilmaine anyway but we may have fared a bit better.

Citing Easkey winning last year isn't really relevant, as Easkey really should never have been in junior to begin with, they suffered two straight relegations, and weren't far off going back up to senior this year. Our reps record in junior is pretty dire aside (and our own crew are 0/3 in that regard) and it's not much better in intermediate either.

Incidentally I see it was yet another case of a Mayo team going all Flat Track Bully on Sligo opposition, 1-13 to 0-1 up and game well over as a contest, in so far as it ever was, and then they go running in four goals after that. Just like AOS, they might find out that it's not so easy getting goals when you might actually need one or two when it matters.

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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #118 on: November 18, 2019, 10:53:53 AM »
4–13 to 0-1 now.
Kilmaine are a decent enough side but surely the Sligo county  champions should be able to put in a better show than that.
Their champs won Connacht last year at this grade
Not that much better really, the club scene here is quite poor as you can tell from the senior results, and with only 23 clubs in all the junior grade has very few clubs involved, only three could have gone forward from it. Michael's aren't much of a team at all and in fact all they had to do to reach Saturday's final was to beat our club in the county semi final two months back, as the other finalists were a second team and Leitrim had no team to go forward. We would have been seen as clear favourites to win junior but Michael's got us on a day and a ground that was made for them rather than us, and there may have been a certain complacency involved too. Not that we'd have beaten Kilmaine anyway but we may have fared a bit better.

Citing Easkey winning last year isn't really relevant, as Easkey really should never have been in junior to begin with, they suffered two straight relegations, and weren't far off going back up to senior this year. Our reps record in junior is pretty dire aside (and our own crew are 0/3 in that regard) and it's not much better in intermediate either.

Incidentally I see it was yet another case of a Mayo team going all Flat Track Bully on Sligo opposition, 1-13 to 0-1 up and game well over as a contest, in so far as it ever was, and then they go running in four goals after that. Just like AOS, they might find out that it's not so easy getting goals when you might actually need one or two when it matters.

Its a Mayo thing to really beat the shite out of ya, when your down. When the heat comes on them, they shit the nest, then we can have a good laugh.

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Re: Connacht Club Championships 2019
« Reply #119 on: November 18, 2019, 11:00:31 AM »
4–13 to 0-1 now.
Kilmaine are a decent enough side but surely the Sligo county  champions should be able to put in a better show than that.
Their champs won Connacht last year at this grade
Not that much better really, the club scene here is quite poor as you can tell from the senior results, and with only 23 clubs in all the junior grade has very few clubs involved, only three could have gone forward from it. Michael's aren't much of a team at all and in fact all they had to do to reach Saturday's final was to beat our club in the county semi final two months back, as the other finalists were a second team and Leitrim had no team to go forward. We would have been seen as clear favourites to win junior but Michael's got us on a day and a ground that was made for them rather than us, and there may have been a certain complacency involved too. Not that we'd have beaten Kilmaine anyway but we may have fared a bit better.

Citing Easkey winning last year isn't really relevant, as Easkey really should never have been in junior to begin with, they suffered two straight relegations, and weren't far off going back up to senior this year. Our reps record in junior is pretty dire aside (and our own crew are 0/3 in that regard) and it's not much better in intermediate either.

Incidentally I see it was yet another case of a Mayo team going all Flat Track Bully on Sligo opposition, 1-13 to 0-1 up and game well over as a contest, in so far as it ever was, and then they go running in four goals after that. Just like AOS, they might find out that it's not so easy getting goals when you might actually need one or two when it matters.

Its a Mayo thing to really beat the shite out of ya, when your down. When the heat comes on them, they shit the nest, then we can have a good laugh.

WTF - giving out about a team not taking it easy on ye? FFS lads, take up a different pass-time.
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