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« Reply #39015 on: May 05, 2021, 08:16:40 AM »
Loughiel v Dunloy game being streamed on sat online. No supporters allowed in so this is def a positive! Have to give Antrim gaa team their credit they really have stepped things up again.
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« Reply #39016 on: May 05, 2021, 08:58:59 AM »
Loughiel v Dunloy game being streamed on sat online. No supporters allowed in so this is def a positive! Have to give Antrim gaa team their credit they really have stepped things up again.

Just a pity about the fixture mess, how they can claim to have consulted clubs on this is pure madness.
Talk about player welfare.  :-\

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« Reply #39017 on: May 05, 2021, 09:02:49 AM »
Loughiel v Dunloy game being streamed on sat online. No supporters allowed in so this is def a positive! Have to give Antrim gaa team their credit they really have stepped things up again.

Just a pity about the fixture mess, how they can claim to have consulted clubs on this is pure madness.
Talk about player welfare.  :-\

Haven't had a look at the fixtures bar this weekend, what's the issues?
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« Reply #39018 on: May 05, 2021, 09:09:31 AM »
Well in August for championship time, some clubs will have 7 championship games in less than a month.


 

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« Reply #39019 on: May 05, 2021, 09:24:29 AM »
Well in August for championship time, some clubs will have 7 championship games in less than a month.

I think this year and certainly last year is down to the covid issues and the intercounty games. Hopefully next year we will be able to have a normal season with championship played fairly for teams that will be using players in both codes.

Personally I felt the effects of that condensed season so I can only imagine the effect it had on the players.
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« Reply #39020 on: May 05, 2021, 11:56:28 AM »
Loughiel v Dunloy game being streamed on sat online. No supporters allowed in so this is def a positive! Have to give Antrim gaa team their credit they really have stepped things up again.

I presume if clubs wanted to stream themselves online there's nothing to stop them from league games..

Are clubs playing without their county players as well?

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« Reply #39021 on: May 05, 2021, 12:24:52 PM »
I assume you need permission from both clubs? I know one I was about to watch last year and then at the last minute the visiting club didn't want it streamed.

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« Reply #39022 on: May 05, 2021, 02:43:57 PM »
Loughiel v Dunloy game being streamed on sat online. No supporters allowed in so this is def a positive! Have to give Antrim gaa team their credit they really have stepped things up again.

I presume if clubs wanted to stream themselves online there's nothing to stop them from league games..

Are clubs playing without their county players as well?

Antrim are playing the next day so I presume no county players. Dunloy lads are definitely not playing.

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« Reply #39023 on: May 05, 2021, 02:51:46 PM »
Loughiel v Dunloy game being streamed on sat online. No supporters allowed in so this is def a positive! Have to give Antrim gaa team their credit they really have stepped things up again.

I presume if clubs wanted to stream themselves online there's nothing to stop them from league games..

Are clubs playing without their county players as well?

Antrim are playing the next day so I presume no county players. Dunloy lads are definitely not playing.

Dunloy should have a big enough squad, 8 more players added to the Antrim team from last year I see, some have dropped off
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« Reply #39024 on: May 05, 2021, 03:11:05 PM »
I assume you need permission from both clubs? I know one I was about to watch last year and then at the last minute the visiting club didn't want it streamed.

from memory you need permission from both clubs to do so and the county - mainly down to if something happens at the game is it not?
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« Reply #39025 on: May 05, 2021, 08:12:53 PM »
Anybody know the county panel this year?

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« Reply #39026 on: May 05, 2021, 08:58:04 PM »
Anybody know the county panel this year?
Antrim hurling panel: Aaron Crawford, Ryan Elliott, Eoin O'Neill, Phelim Duffin, Keelan Molloy, Nicky McKeague, Ryan McGarry, Seaan Elliott, Conal Cunning (all Dunloy); Conall Bohill, Shea Shannon, Ciaran Johnston, Conor Johnston, Domhnall Nugent, Michael Bradley, Peter McCallin (all St John's); Neil McManus, Paddy Burke, Eoghan Campbell, Ryan McCambridge, Niall McCormack (all Cushendall); Declan McCloskey, Dan McCloskey, Damon McMullan, James McNaughton (all Loughgiel); Gerard Walsh, Aodhán O'Brien (both Rossa); Matthew Donnelly, Ciaran Clarke (both Ballycastle); Joe Maskey, Niall O'Connor (both Naomh Éanna); Conor McHugh (Cushendun); Conor McCann (Creggan); Niall McKenna (Sarsfield's); Stephen Rooney (St Paul's); Paul McMullan (Glenariffe).
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« Reply #39027 on: May 05, 2021, 09:20:04 PM »
Hi lads,
New to the forum,
Big into antrim hurling,

Excited for this year, realistically it will be tough to win many games this year, but if we can compete, nick a few games and hopefully we can stay in div 1 and the leinster championship and build from there.
Final league game at home to Laois will be a biggee

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« Reply #39028 on: May 05, 2021, 09:48:42 PM »
Welcome along mate.

Its a good time for Antrim hurling at the moment. If we can build on the momentum from last year and hold our place again for the next season ill see that as a real success for us. Get the foot in the door and stay there.
hurl like f**k boi!

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« Reply #39029 on: May 05, 2021, 10:11:33 PM »
Anybody know the county panel this year?
Antrim hurling panel: Aaron Crawford, Ryan Elliott, Eoin O'Neill, Phelim Duffin, Keelan Molloy, Nicky McKeague, Ryan McGarry, Seaan Elliott, Conal Cunning (all Dunloy); Conall Bohill, Shea Shannon, Ciaran Johnston, Conor Johnston, Domhnall Nugent, Michael Bradley, Peter McCallin (all St John's); Neil McManus, Paddy Burke, Eoghan Campbell, Ryan McCambridge, Niall McCormack (all Cushendall); Declan McCloskey, Dan McCloskey, Damon McMullan, James McNaughton (all Loughgiel); Gerard Walsh, Aodhán O'Brien (both Rossa); Matthew Donnelly, Ciaran Clarke (both Ballycastle); Joe Maskey, Niall O'Connor (both Naomh Éanna); Conor McHugh (Cushendun); Conor McCann (Creggan); Niall McKenna (Sarsfield's); Stephen Rooney (St Paul's); Paul McMullan (Glenariffe).

Cheers pal