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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43515 on: March 23, 2021, 12:36:41 PM »
With GAA training in the North allowed to commence from 12th April, all clubs will be planning (If havent already) to return to the pitch. With that in mind, any updates on below? Any big inter-club transfers the year?

Senior

Ardboe: Mickey Donnelly, Brian McIver and Brian Laverty
Carrickmore:Ryan Daly and Noel Hurson
Clonoe: Stevie McDonnell
Coalisland: Brian McGuckin
Derrylaughan: Eamon Robinson (Maghery)
Donaghmore: Barry Tracey
Dromore: Colly McCullagh and Paul McIvor
Dungannon: Christopher Rafferty
Edendork: Lorcan Martin
Eglish:Mattie McGleenan
Errigal Ciaran: Mark Harte and Adrian O'Donnell
Galbally: John Moylan
Killyclogher: Mark Henry
Loughmacrory: Martin McConnell and Ciaran Meenagh
Moy: Sean Cavanagh, Catterson, Karol McQuaid
Omagh: Larry Strain
Pomeroy: Gary O'Neill
Trillick: Nigel Seaney & Liam Donnelly

Intermediate

Aghaloo: Paul Coney
Aghyaran: Michael Anderson
Augher: Aidan Cassidy and Brian Trainor
Beragh: Ryan McCluskey
Clogher:
Gortin: Colm McGarvey and Phillip McKenna
Greencastle: Sean Teague & John Lynch
Moortown:
Naomh Eoghan: Seosamh MacCeallabhuŪ
Owen Roes: Paddy Campbell
Rock: Cormac McGinley
Stewartstown:
Strabane:
T***yreagh: Martin McNulty

Junior

Brackaville:
Brocagh:
Castlederg: Kevin McCrystal
Clann na nGael:
Cookstown:
Derrytresk: Paul Hughes
Drumquin:
Drumragh: Simon McGeary
Errigal Ciaran Thirds:
Eskra: Gerry Donnelly
Fintona: Paul Quinn
Glenelly: Dermot Corry
Kildress: Roger Keenan and Tony Scullion
Killeeshil: Enda Kilpatrick
Killyman:
Urney: Dougie Corbett

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43516 on: March 27, 2021, 08:09:22 PM »
Underage gradings for 2021


Grade/
Group
Under 17
Under 15
Under 13
1AArdboe
Cookstown
Donaghmore (A)
Dungannon
Eglish
Kildress

Ardboe
Cookstown (A)
Donaghmore (A)
Eglish
Kildress
Moortown

Ardboe
Coalisland
Cookstown
Donaghmore (A)
Dungannon
Eglish

1BCappagh
Carrickmore
Dromore
Fintona
Loughmacrory
Omagh

Cappagh
Carrickmore
Dromore
Fintona
Loughmacrory
Trillick

Cappagh
Carrickmore
Dromore
Errigal Ciaran (A)
Omagh
Trillick

2AClonoe
Coalisland
Edendork
Errigal Ciaran
Galbally
Killeeshil

Clonoe
Coalisland
Dungannon
Errigal Ciaran
Galbally
Moy

Beragh
Clonoe
Edendork
Galbally
Kildress
Killeeshil

2BBadoney
Beragh
Drumragh
Naomh Eoghan/Urney
Strabane
Trillick

Badoney
Beragh
Drumragh
Omagh
Pomeroy
Strabane

Badoney
Drumragh
Fintona
Loughmacrory
Pomeroy
Strabane

3ADerrylaughan
Donaghmore (B)
Moortown
Moy
Rock
Stewartstown

Brackaville
Cookstown (B)
Derrylaughan
Edendork
Killeeshil
Rock

Derrylaughan
Donaghmore (B)
Moortown
Moy
Rock
Stewartstown

3BAghaloo
Aghyaran
Drumquin
Greencastle
Pomeroy
T***yreagh

Castlederg
Drumquin
Eskra
Greencastle
Owen Roes/Clann na nGael
T***yreagh

Aghaloo
Drumquin
Errigal Ciaran (B)
Greencastle
Owen Roes
T***yreagh

4AAugher
Brackaville
Derrytresk
Noamh Brid

Aghaloo
Derrytresk
Donaghmore (B)
Naomh Brid
Stewartstown

Augher
Brackaville
Clogher
Derrytresk
Naomh Brid

4BCastlederg
Clogher
Eskra
Owen Roes/Clann na nGael

Aghyaran
Augher
Clogher
Naomh Eoghan
Urney

Aghyaran
Castlederg
Clann na nGael
Eskra
Naomh Eoghan
Urney

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43517 on: March 27, 2021, 08:47:24 PM »
Whatís the story with Augher and Clogher no longer amalgamating?

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43518 on: April 06, 2021, 10:51:52 PM »
Edendork have been caught training twice now, once at their small training field and also at academy pitches. Lorcan Martin under pressure from edendork chairman

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43519 on: April 07, 2021, 10:24:41 AM »
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43520 on: April 07, 2021, 10:37:01 AM »
Edendork have been caught training twice now, once at their small training field and also at academy pitches. Lorcan Martin under pressure from edendork chairman

Wouldn't be much point putting him under pressure when they are allowed to train in 4 days.

Every club at a good level is training now.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43521 on: April 08, 2021, 04:54:17 PM »
With the announcement of the fixture schedule today, in regards to the club leagues, can they still be played before the club championships get underway in August/September?

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43522 on: April 08, 2021, 07:58:06 PM »
With the announcement of the fixture schedule today, in regards to the club leagues, can they still be played before the club championships get underway in August/September?

I assume yes, but without county players until Tyrone are defeated and out. Most counties play their leagues without their county players currently

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43523 on: April 09, 2021, 11:54:26 AM »
With the announcement of the fixture schedule today, in regards to the club leagues, can they still be played before the club championships get underway in August/September?

I assume yes, but without county players until Tyrone are defeated and out. Most counties play their leagues without their county players currently
Has to be some form of football to keep senior teams going through May June July and August. Question is whether its the full league or split league and how they resolve relegation and the starred game issue.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43524 on: April 09, 2021, 12:02:58 PM »
They can't do another no relegation league surely.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43525 on: April 10, 2021, 08:56:14 AM »
I accept that once club leagues are given the go ahead they need to start, absolutely. But if clubs are going to be with out their county players until the county season is over then there canít be relegation again this year. Feasibly Tyrone could make the All-Ireland Final, which means no access you your county players until September. Potentially say club league starts in June, thatís maybe 12 round of league games without your county men. For any team with a player, let alone 4/5 on the panel thatís an unfair disadvantage and almost a punishment for providing the county team with your players.
Ordinarily starred system works fairly well here, but cant over that length of time.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43526 on: April 10, 2021, 12:30:43 PM »
I accept that once club leagues are given the go ahead they need to start, absolutely. But if clubs are going to be with out their county players until the county season is over then there canít be relegation again this year. Feasibly Tyrone could make the All-Ireland Final, which means no access you your county players until September. Potentially say club league starts in June, thatís maybe 12 round of league games without your county men. For any team with a player, let alone 4/5 on the panel thatís an unfair disadvantage and almost a punishment for providing the county team with your players.
Ordinarily starred system works fairly well here, but cant over that length of time.
Could solve that problem by making half the league games starred and changing the point structure for starred and non starred.
Division 1 - 9 Starred games scheduled before County exit worth 2 points with non starred games worth 4 after county exit.
Division 2 - 8 Starred Games scheduled before County exit worth 2 points with non starred games worth 4 after county exit.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43527 on: April 12, 2021, 11:55:08 AM »
They have to fix the lop sided nature of the leagues as is, there will have to be relegations on that basis. The County Board have a thankless task on this one.

Doesn't Junior still have to be finished to promote someone else into Intermediate as is?

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43528 on: April 13, 2021, 02:49:29 PM »
Only reasonable thing fixtures committee can do, while keeping the league 'fair':
1. League commence after Tyrone out of the Championship
2. Some league fixtures pre Championship
3. Championship
4. Finish League

Presuming league is split in A and B as last year with bottom teams in each group entered into playoffs to see who is relegated/promoted.

Before everyone looses the run of themselves; I know it is crap, the whole summer wasted, end of league is dead rubber, guys training for ages etc. etc.

What other alternatives are there if relegation is to be maintained (4 points for non-starred games is not realistic)? There will have to be a trade off somewhere in regards fixtures/county player availability/relegation and promotion - just wonder what peoples thoughts are on what that should be.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #43529 on: April 13, 2021, 05:09:16 PM »
Only reasonable thing fixtures committee can do, while keeping the league 'fair':
1. League commence after Tyrone out of the Championship
2. Some league fixtures pre Championship
3. Championship
4. Finish League

Presuming league is split in A and B as last year with bottom teams in each group entered into playoffs to see who is relegated/promoted.

Before everyone looses the run of themselves; I know it is crap, the whole summer wasted, end of league is dead rubber, guys training for ages etc. etc.

What other alternatives are there if relegation is to be maintained (4 points for non-starred games is not realistic)? There will have to be a trade off somewhere in regards fixtures/county player availability/relegation and promotion - just wonder what peoples thoughts are on what that should be.

Like most of us, I'm waiting with bated breath to see what the CCC propose to do but I don't think it's "reasonable" to ask club players to be beholden to the success (or failure) of the county team yet again. We need competitive action at the first available opportunity and, whether it's a starred game system for 2 and 4 points or a full league programme front loaded with starred fixtures, the games need to mean something. A developmental league played at half pace with clubs you will meet again in both league and championship won't cut it either.