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Club Managements 2018

PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:07 pm
by LooseCannon
Edenderry have Brady back

https://t.co/Ik7EJgULSd
Rhode have joint managers: Jack Cooney and Declan Gorman

Any other managements? Hurling or Football

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 11:18 pm
by Buttons
I see two previous managers are back with club teams, Pat Flanagan with Pearses from Roscommon and Emmet McDonnell with Athlone.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 02, 2017 11:00 pm
by LooseCannon
Coolderry GAA Twitter: 2018 Senior Management.
Trainer Joachim Kelly
Selectors Mick Murray, Dessie Teehan and Seamus Kennedy. The club wishes all players and mentors all the best for 2018! #believe #culdoire

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 19, 2017 10:08 pm
by LooseCannon
http://www.offtheball.com/podcasts/GAA_ ... ub_Success

Interesting...
Any other club managements names?

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:25 am
by LooseCannon
We are delighted to announce Jack Kilmurray has been ratified as our Club Manager for 2018. A big welcome to him from all committee members, players & supporters. Harps Abu @HarpsClonmore-Twitter

Other clubs?

Re: Club Managements 2018

PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:28 am
by LooseCannon
So have we got a breakdown of club managements:

Birr: Gerry Spellman
Belmont: Trevor Fletcher
Kilcormac / Killoughey: Stephen Byrne
St Rynagh's: Adrian Clancy
Shinrone: Arien Delaney
Kinnitty: Ger Coughlan
Coolderry: Joachim Kelly
Seir Kieran: ???

Courtesy-Frankthetank - Senior A Hurling thread.

Anything on the big ball front?

Re: Club Managements 2018

PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 8:51 pm
by LooseCannon
There’s a round up of club football managements in the Tribune tomorrow.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:29 pm
by frankthetank
Is it just me or does the football get way more incisive overage than hurling in the Tribune?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:58 pm
by LooseCannon
frankthetank wrote:Is it just me or does the football get way more incisive overage than hurling in the Tribune?


I don’t know, as a whole I can take or leave the Tribune. Get it mainly for the sport, as most of the general news would be on radio 3. Some weeks it’s excellent, other weeks it’s empty. Over the transience of time, reporters views on things change, but overall it’s worth getting.

I don’t think that it’s deliberate on their part (the more incisive coverage on football), whether we like it or not there’s a bit of a divide between the football and hurling people, to an extent. I personally have an avid interest in both codes, and would be friendly with people in the know in both codes.

I’m not saying a hate, just a lack of interest in the other code. I didn’t mention areas either, because there’s no borders within our county, as Duignan alluded to on twitter.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 6:06 pm
by LooseCannon
Some of the football managements.

Apologies for the size of them.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 6:12 pm
by LooseCannon
That’s all folks!

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 6:24 pm
by NewEra
Late in the day not to have management teams in place for Raheen, Rynaghs, Walsh Island and Brigids

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 7:19 pm
by LooseCannon
NewEra wrote:Late in the day not to have management teams in place for Raheen, Rynaghs, Walsh Island and Brigids

The Rynaghs football job is a bit of a poisoned chalice, unfortunately, as one of the Rynaghs lads on this said, it’s a dual club in name only. There was talks of them regrading, thank God that’s not the case. Hopefully the football and hurling can work harmoniously.

The 3 of Raheen, Walsh Island and St Brigids were probably the three poorest senior B teams last year.
I’d imagine that with no dual commitments, apart from maybe a couple from Raheen that may hurl with Clodiagh Gaels, that there’s nothing stopping them from reaching their respective potential, come the business end of the championship.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:17 pm
by joe bloggs
LooseCannon wrote:
NewEra wrote:Late in the day not to have management teams in place for Raheen, Rynaghs, Walsh Island and Brigids

The Rynaghs football job is a bit of a poisoned chalice, unfortunately, as one of the Rynaghs lads on this said, it’s a dual club in name only. There was talks of them regrading, thank God that’s not the case. Hopefully the football and hurling can work harmoniously.

The 3 of Raheen, Walsh Island and St Brigids were probably the three poorest senior B teams last year.
I’d imagine that with no dual commitments, apart from maybe a couple from Raheen that may hurl with Clodiagh Gaels, that there’s nothing stopping them from reaching their respective potential, come the business end of the championship.


I would take issue with your statement on rynaghs. Dual players very much split their training commitments during the busy round robin stages. They are afforded every chance to play both codes. Even last year a number of the Senior hurlers lined out for the junior c football team. Players could just as easily get injured at that level, but no one stood in their way.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:31 pm
by LooseCannon
joe bloggs wrote:
LooseCannon wrote:
NewEra wrote:Late in the day not to have management teams in place for Raheen, Rynaghs, Walsh Island and Brigids

The Rynaghs football job is a bit of a poisoned chalice, unfortunately, as one of the Rynaghs lads on this said, it’s a dual club in name only. There was talks of them regrading, thank God that’s not the case. Hopefully the football and hurling can work harmoniously.

The 3 of Raheen, Walsh Island and St Brigids were probably the three poorest senior B teams last year.
I’d imagine that with no dual commitments, apart from maybe a couple from Raheen that may hurl with Clodiagh Gaels, that there’s nothing stopping them from reaching their respective potential, come the business end of the championship.


I would take issue with your statement on rynaghs. Dual players very much split their training commitments during the busy round robin stages. They are afforded every chance to play both codes. Even last year a number of the Senior hurlers lined out for the junior c football team. Players could just as easily get injured at that level, but no one stood in their way.


I’m by no means doubting the opportunities afforded to them, just from what I hear, it would be difficult for the footballers to succeed as the primary focus is on the Hurling. This frustration is vented by Rynaghs people themselves that I’d be friendly with.