Senior B Hurling 2018

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Senior B winners 2018?

Durrow
4
17%
Brosna Gaels
1
4%
Lusmagh
9
38%
Drumcullen
0
No votes
Tullamore
3
13%
Clodiagh Gaels
2
8%
Shamrocks
4
17%
Carrig
1
4%
 
Total votes : 24

Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby Superstar » Mon Jul 16, 2018 9:15 am

kaiserchief wrote:
Plain of the Herbs wrote:Just on this, the guideline (don't ask me if it's a bye-law or what it is) is that the referee brings his own umpires while the host club provides the linesmen. Of course, if the referee lands without an umpire, that just further stretches the resources of the host club.
kaiserchief wrote:. . . Surely Ballinamere if hosting the game should have provided umpires for the referee.. .


In this case the club didn't provide lines men neither, so their resources weren't used at all.

Surely the referee if without umpires would know 1 or 2 hours before the game and should have to alert the host venue.

Umpires from the opposing team, calling ref's attention for an incident he didn't see is and worse again, the ref using that information to give a straight red card.

Wasn't at game but heard from a Drumcullen man that is twas pure madness from Noel Flynn.


Not to defend Noel Fylnn or anything but when he can’t rely on his umpires and he sees two players rolling around on the ground together he hasn’t much choice but send off the two lads! Poor organisation though as a whole from both Noel for not bringing any of his own officials and also Ballinamere for not stepping in to provide officials
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby greenairfield » Mon Jul 16, 2018 1:47 pm

Host clubs should not have to provide umpires.
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby Lone Shark » Mon Jul 16, 2018 5:19 pm

greenairfield wrote:Host clubs should not have to provide umpires.


Obviously in an ideal world, the ref would have his own - however nothing about club refereeing is ideal, since it's very hard get enough people involved and to make sure you have fit, competent officials at as many games as possible. And at least a referee can get a few bob out of it - I have genuinely no idea why anyone would become an umpire.

The question then becomes where do you get them from, and the host club is obviously one other option. It's certainly preferable to the "one form each club" nonsense you often get, where one fella waves a wide and the other signals a point regardless of whether the shot missed ball stop or bounced on the top of the crossbar on the way over.
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby private joker » Mon Jul 16, 2018 10:23 pm

If a club wishes to host a game they should provide umpires, score board, showers etc. If they can't, they should not get games. Was at moystown, really will run with parking,stewards and scoreboard. Was also in kilurin. No scoreboard, no parking and they charging in to the game.
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby Killeighman » Tue Jul 17, 2018 8:51 am

private joker wrote:If a club wishes to host a game they should provide umpires, score board, showers etc. If they can't, they should not get games. Was at moystown, really will run with parking,stewards and scoreboard. Was also in kilurin. No scoreboard, no parking and they charging in to the game.

So you’re saying if the field has not got a scoreboard or parking they should not charge going into the game?
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby greenairfield » Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:44 am

If a club has not got a scoreboard it this doesnt say much for the club
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby LooseCannon » Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:46 am

greenairfield wrote:If a club has not got a scoreboard it this doesnt say much for the club

In fairness, they do have TWO pitches :wink:
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby private joker » Tue Jul 17, 2018 11:01 am

A club when hosting a championship games should have a working scoreboard. If they don't, they should not get games. Parking can't be helped. But if I'm paying in to watch a match , I don't want to be wondering what the score is. If
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby private joker » Tue Jul 17, 2018 11:13 am

Also kilurin is too small for adult hurling.
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby kaiserchief » Wed Jul 18, 2018 7:05 am

I agree. Scoreboard should be a necessity if hosting a game.
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Round 5 fixtures

Postby Plain of the Herbs » Sat Jul 21, 2018 1:35 am

Senior B fixtures nest weekend (including the two back matches):

Tuesday 24th July: Tullamore v Ballinamere at Bórd na Móna Park at 7.30pm
Tuesday 24th July: Brosna Gaels v Drumcullen at KIlcormac at 7.30pm

Saturday 28th July: Clodiagh Gaels v Brosna Gaels at Clara at 7.30pm
Saturday 28th July: Lusmagh v Shamrocks at Banagher at 7.30pm
Sunday 28th: Ballinamere v Carrig & Riverstown at Kinnitty at 12 noon
Sunday 28th July: Drumcullen v Tullamore at Kilcormac at 6.30pm.
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Re: Round 5 fixtures

Postby chimbonda » Tue Jul 24, 2018 9:54 am

[quote="Plain of the Herbs"]Senior B fixtures nest weekend (including the two back matches):

Tuesday 24th July: Tullamore v Ballinamere at Bórd na Móna Park at 7.30pm [b]- Tullamore by 5 points
[/b]Tuesday 24th July: Brosna Gaels v Drumcullen at KIlcormac at 7.30pm - Brosna Gaels by 3 points

Saturday 28th July: Clodiagh Gaels v Brosna Gaels at Clara at 7.30pm - Brosna Gaels by 1 point
Saturday 28th July: Lusmagh v Shamrocks at Banagher at 7.30pm - Shamrocks by 3 points
Sunday 28th: Ballinamere v Carrig & Riverstown at Kinnitty at 12 noon - Draw Match
Sunday 28th July: Drumcullen v Tullamore at Kilcormac at 6.30pm - Tullamore by 3 points
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby kaiserchief » Wed Jul 25, 2018 8:05 am

Tullamore and Ballinamere drew last night. 3 draws from the last 3 games for Ballinamere and only lost by 1 point in first game.

huge win for the sash lat night. Have a tough game at the weekend.

Saturday 28th July: Clodiagh Gaels v Brosna Gaels at Clara at 7.30pm -Clodiagh Gaels by 3 points.
Saturday 28th July: Lusmagh v Shamrocks at Banagher at 7.30pm - Lusmagh by 3 points
Sunday 28th: Ballinamere v Carrig & Riverstown at Kinnitty at 12 noon - Ballinamere by 6 points.
Sunday 28th July: Drumcullen v Tullamore at Kilcormac at 6.30pm - Tullamore by 4 points
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby private joker » Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:04 am

Wins for lusmagh by 3 and clodiagh gaels by 9 points.
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Re: Senior B Hurling 2018

Postby SearingDrive » Mon Jul 30, 2018 5:17 pm

private joker wrote:Wins for lusmagh by 3 and clodiagh gaels by 9 points.

Does anyone have a points table for the SHCB championship, ?
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