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Leagues over, now bring on the zzzzz........ - 5 Like(s)
i try to go to as many games as i can,hurling and football,but i am so tired of this system.it badly needs a change.
would the world cave in if we didnt have a ulster football championship or munster hurling championship for 3 years while we try something different?
the problem is,as somebody said,they dont watch a game till august and then there is an epic game or two and everybody says "nothing beats it" while ignoring the turd that has gone on for the previous 3 months.
perfect10 , 28/04/2017 at 14:29


County u-21 football team for 2017 - 2 Like(s)
Best of luck to the U21's tomorrow. Same team as semi final with a very strong bench. here is hoping they can pull it off
london2012 , 28/04/2017 at 12:42


Carlow v Wexford - bring out our colours - 2 Like(s)

Replying To dead_as_dodos:  "I have to say I admire your optimism Blackie . I don't share it unfortunately but fair play to you and I genuinely hope you're right and i'm wrong."
It costs nothing to be positive. We have a manager who knows his football, and is Carlow through and through good coaching team and players well able to raise the game.
Do they have to be world beaters before we back their endeavours

Take a lesson from over here in UK. I follow a team in the 6th tier of English football. There will be 6000 going to see them tomorrow and they are surrounded by clubs like City, United, Everton, Liverpool etc. Carlow Followers and would be Followers need to get over themselves and be part of a drive forward not sitting back for evidence of greatness. See you there Dodo. Bring a flag and a smile
Blackbog , 28/04/2017 at 13:29


RIP Donie Shine Snr - 2 Like(s)
He was ill for a while he fought the battle that he unfortunately lost.

He gave so much to football in this county. His passion for the sport was second to none. One of nicest people I had pleasure to meet. RIP Donie Shine.
The_analyser , 28/04/2017 at 17:42


Leagues over, now bring on the zzzzz........ - 2 Like(s)

Replying To Damothedub:  "Your honest , your not right your not wrong ,my point is that there are does that feel the game could survive professionalism, you comment answers that quite emphatically"
The Professionalism debate is for another day

Maybe I should have added I watch a large amount of Club County Finals, Provincial Club Championship and the Senior County National League games - hurling and football. Needless to say I love TG4!

The reason I wont watch GAA over the next few months is very simple - I dont enjoy it enough to give it the time. The Championship only gets interesting when the top teams meet each other and thats generally towards the end.
Ban , 28/04/2017 at 21:46


Dublin club senior football championship 2017 - 1 Like(s)
Vincent's gave judes a hiding last night in the hurling championship, dermo Connolly was playing. Hedgo son had a great game along with ronan Fallon who even put over a peach of a sideline cut .
lucan had 14 points to spare over brigids in the second game.
shock horror too teams give top teams a hiding and would you believe these are group games that people are fawning to get introduced in football again with less 200 attending
hill16no1man , 28/04/2017 at 08:24


County players playing well for their clubs - 1 Like(s)

Replying To royaldunne:  "Of course it is and Andy will I hope do the right thing for county and make sure they never play for county under him again."
Last year royalDunne players who refused to play for the county were heros according to you! And most were welcomed back with open arms by Andy.
Doubt he'd drop anyone who'd stand up for there clubs or themselves now!!!
manof93 , 28/04/2017 at 08:42


Christy Ring 2017 - 1 Like(s)
I would like to see Meath win on Sunday.... they are the story
cuchulainn35 , 28/04/2017 at 09:33


A Year Till Sunday DVD - 1 Like(s)
Ja Fallon is the fashtesht man in Ireland
The_DOC , 28/04/2017 at 10:08


County players playing well for their clubs - 1 Like(s)

Replying To realman2:  "Where are the Wallace brothers these days? Don't remember seeing them on any teamsheets in the league.."
Eamonn started the last two games of the league with Joey coming on for him in both games. I think Eamonn appeared in all league games.
Ratoath Royal , 28/04/2017 at 11:46


County players playing well for their clubs - 1 Like(s)

Replying To realman2:  "Where are the Wallace brothers these days? Don't remember seeing them on any teamsheets in the league.."
Wallace has played well the last few games.
ziggy32001 , 28/04/2017 at 11:59


Michael Meehan - 1 Like(s)

Replying To squares_edge:  "there is a round of league matches over weekend...why not go to caltra game and report back :)"
thanks for that..... very helpful sort aren't u!
Mayonman , 28/04/2017 at 12:15


Limerick Hurling 2017 - 1 Like(s)

Replying To fedamore777:  "I just know why he is out and the reason why, I am not going to divulge it on a website. The lad needs to be left alone and will be back when he is ready."
The dogs in the street know why he is out but apparently he was ordered on a 4 week break and should be in a position to return after that.
welpastit , 28/04/2017 at 12:34


U21 All Ireland Football Final - Dublin v Galway - 1 Like(s)

Replying To clondalkindub:  "I agree, so tell me this if your under 20 next year for Dublin but Jim Gavin wants you to play senior is it a choice or he has to play underage ?"
It would be a choice of doing one or the other, but once knocked out of u20 a player would be free to play senior. It's very unlikely to have much impact on Dublin where it would be rare for a lad u20 to be playing senior intercounry championship but it does mean smaller counties will not be fielding their best side. Having it on during the summer will reduce the exposure games get as well, it works very well now with the semi and final between the end of the league and start of the championship. I know it was done to protect players but it will reduce the quality and prestige.
Soma , 28/04/2017 at 13:35


County players playing well for their clubs - 1 Like(s)
This thread is non applicable really as most county players no longer play for their clubs......
Analyst , 28/04/2017 at 14:54


Limerick Hurling 2017 - 1 Like(s)

Replying To welpastit:  "The dogs in the street know why he is out but apparently he was ordered on a 4 week break and should be in a position to return after that."
Fine I will say no more on the subject.
fedamore777 , 28/04/2017 at 15:11


RIP Donie Shine Snr - 1 Like(s)
RIP - Condolences to family, friends and Roscommon GAA.
yew_tree , 28/04/2017 at 16:17


Sligo GAA fan engagement survey - 1 Like(s)

Replying To SligoStudent:  "Hi, Could you please take a few moments to complete this a survey. The survey is to gather your views on fan engagement between Sligo GAA and their fans. Your input is greatly appreciated.

If you have any queries, suggestions or questions about the survey please feel free to ask.

Sligo Fan Engagement Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L9577ND


Thank you."
at first glance i thought there was a great big engagement party in NY
republican , 28/04/2017 at 21:24


Leagues over, now bring on the zzzzz........ - 1 Like(s)

Replying To s goldrick:  "Do you mean that you didn't go to a match or that you didn't watch on TV. I don't understand why you wouldn't go to support your own team. I could understand not watching on TV (after all it is a relatively new thing that early round matches are shown live on TV. I think the Dublin v Meath saga in 1991 was an exception. (btw that was wonderful TV )."
I wont watch matches on TV

I might go to the Westmeath Offaly game this year for the craic - but to be fair, with the winner meeting Dublin its a bit of a pointless exercise.

I would understand if someone would think I'm hyper negative about this but I'm just pee'd off and demoralized to think the GAA cant support the players effort by providing them with a better "Main" competition.

At the end of the day, the people with the power in the GAA to change things have probably worked hard for a large number of years to gain their position, and by making the right decisions now it would mean they are no longer required.

Get Trump in with his executive orders

See you in Autumn
Ban , 28/04/2017 at 21:56