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All Ireland under 21 hurling championship - 3 Like(s)

Replying To clondalkindub:  "Ah folks this is an embarrassment to hurling , Kilkenny running tru Derry for fun, this is going to be the cricket of all cricket scores. Can we not have united Ulster team or something cause this is ridiculous."
There will be reactions like yours for the next 24 hours. Then everyone will forget about it and the same farce will be repeated this time next year.
PoolSturgeon , 19/08/2017 at 16:34

Kerry v Mayo - 3 Like(s)
Read all the previews and analysis and bar the odd wind up (Brolly), nearly everyone gives Mayo little or no chance. All the talk is about the favourites and the ways they can approach the game and hurt Mayo, with our lads having one dimension, the running game, which most believe Kerry will have done enough homework to shut down. Lucky none of this matters of course, except to maybe build a bit of pressure on the Kerry lads if Mayo get a decent start. Everyone expects some changes to both starting lineups, with a couple of these maybe chosen with conditions in mind. Wouldn't even be too surprised to see Ger Caff in at number 3 tbh. His problems this year have all been against forwards running onto ball and turning him, which is hardly Donaghy's strength. Mind you Kerry could choose to drop Donaghy to the bench for the start in the hope that our preps have been fixated on him. Paul Geaney would still be an aerial threat anyway, plus he's got good movement. Harrison will mark Geaney no matter where Kerry play him. Like everyone else, I hope Mo Deegan gives us nothing to talk about. He'll have calls to make, that's for sure in what will be a very physical contest. Safe travelling to all today. I have a lot of faith that Mayo's form has turned the corner and the lads will be very fired up, with 2014 still burning. I'm backing us to win by the odd point in 5.
Pericles , 20/08/2017 at 09:35

Best of luck to GAA ladies in RWC - 2 Like(s)

Replying To bad.monkey:  "People giving out about singing silly songs...ffs Go watch the X Factor. Its sport not the Eurovision."
Then don't play any national anthems from any country in that case.Clearly they are viewed as being part of international sport however for some reason there seems to be a shame attached to playing the national anthem of 26/32 counties represented in the Irish team but no shame attached to playing any other anthems.I think that's what people have an issue with.
uibhfhaili1986 , 19/08/2017 at 15:57

All Ireland under 21 hurling championship - 2 Like(s)
It a complete farce. 52 point obliteration and not a thing will change in all likelihood.
Kilkenny young lad doing the usual afterwards saying Derry are a great team and will take a lot from this game. It starts at an early age nowadays.
catch22 , 19/08/2017 at 17:35

All Ireland under 21 hurling championship - 2 Like(s)
The format is really bad at this level. Galway entering this competition for the first time today in a semi-final is equally as bad as the mis-match of Kilkenny against Derry. As we are not burdened by a deep tradition of Munster finals at this grade , there is no excuse for not going for an open draw.

That looked like a very useful Galway u21 side to me today, pity they hadnt been hardened up with a competitiive game before this one.
facethepuckout , 19/08/2017 at 22:35

As customers Should we see Referee reports - 1 Like(s)
Pyat Pree here

No that would be unfair in the ref, there under too much pressure as it is
PyatPree , 20/08/2017 at 12:37

Best of luck to GAA ladies in RWC - 1 Like(s)
People giving out about singing silly songs...ffs Go watch the X Factor. Its sport not the Eurovision.
bad.monkey , 19/08/2017 at 15:05

Cleverest / wittiest GAA flags - 1 Like(s)

Always has me in stitches!
sam2008 , 19/08/2017 at 18:38

Club Championship - 1 Like(s)
Was at the double header in Scotstown, Eire Og proved to be too strong for Drumhowan , second game was much better and eventually became tighter than the first one with Currin building a good lead for Clones to pull back and go a point ahead who could just a easily have won it.
McCarron was impressive and had quite a few good scores,
Looks like Clones play Aghabog now and Eire Og v Oram if i'm correct
MonaghanGlory , 19/08/2017 at 21:13

Kerry v Mayo - 1 Like(s)
Well I enjoyed that, boy that was close and it could be the same tomorrow? Can't wait.
realdub , 20/08/2017 at 01:20

Dublin v Tyrone Semi-Final - 1 Like(s)

Replying To joeblogs10:  "I ain't one of those bs merchants. I call it as I see it. I will be gobsmacked if Dublin don't win this by 6/7. Sorry Tyrone ye ain't near what ye think ye are. While it will be our toughest game. We will win it with a bit to spare."
I'd say ye posted that more as a result of wishful thinking than as a result of any fair analysis. There's only been a point or so in it in our last 4/5 meetings with a few draws in there also. Dublin have been on a higher level than us these last few years no doubt, but while Dublin have been on the road a few years now and in the ascendancy ours is mostly a team on the up that will have a great will to win and for the first time in a few years we have a team that we truly believe can do it. I won't be flabbergasted if your predictions turn out to be true but I also won't be surprised by us winning it by a single point. Anything is possible when 2 teams who are playing we'll meet at this stage. The invincible blue juggernaut was brought to a halt by Kerry in the league final and there's no reason why we can't do the same.
seanie_boy , 20/08/2017 at 03:10