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anglocelt39

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Cavan GAA
« on: February 15, 2008, 10:24:40 AM »
Hope  Mckeever is back alright, think it was a four week suspension he picked up against Down so should be just about up now. No sign of Sheridan or Flanagan to line out for DCU during the week, Lyng played a full game along with Johnston. Hannon lined out for DCU which is good, he seemed a bit off the pace against Armagh. Some sort of rumor that big Dermot might be seen tomorrow?
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Re: Cavan GAA
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2008, 11:22:33 AM »
WTF is this about, we have an official thread already, mods sort this out!!!!
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Re: Cavan GAA
« Reply #2 on: February 15, 2008, 11:24:22 AM »
A bit of wrongbuttonitis, happens us all....

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Re: Cavan GAA
« Reply #3 on: March 17, 2008, 10:03:11 PM »



Full details and you your ticket online at: http://antrim.gaa.ie/saffron-sweep-2008/

Feel free to ask questions on the main thread.

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Meath Vs Cavan 4th May
« Reply #4 on: April 30, 2008, 02:36:41 PM »
The Cavan senior footballers have their final challenge game in preparation for the Ulster championship meeting with Antrim in Casement Park, Belfast on Sunday 18th May when they meet old rivals Meath on Sunday 4th May to mark the official opening of the Donaghmore/Ashbourne club's impressive new facilities at Ashbourne at 6pm.

After their defeat by Sligo at the opening of the re-developed grounds of the Shannon Gaels GFC, Blacklion the Breffni side will be hoping for a morale-boosting win against their near-neghbours and keen rivals down the years. According to reports both team-managements will be fielding their strongest available sides for this challenge, although the Royal county will be without a number of key players - currently serving suspension after the recent Dublin v Meath NFL Division Two encounter in Parnell Park, Dublin

With places up for grabs on both sides, Sunday evenings game should be very competitive and interesting, and the local Donaghmore/Ashbourne Club G.F.C. are hoping for a big crowd - with many Dublin-based Cavan folk hopefully making the trip out to the Ashbourne venue to see the current fitness and form of their side ahead of the Ulster championship clash with Antrim in a few weeks time.

Over 6.5m has been spent on the facilities which includes a pavilion with bar and functions room, ten dressingrooms, an indoor arena with an artificial surface, as well as two full-size pitches and two juvenile pitches.

Also provided is weights room and bar and functions room. With such outstanding facilities the Donaghmore/Ashbourne GFC are very much geared for a successful future.

The Cavan v Meath SF challenge has a 6.30 p.m. start.
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