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Senior B Hurling 2019

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:33 pm
by Mrbrightside
Haven't heard much on managements yet for Senior B

Re: Senior B Hurling 2019

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 7:54 pm
by LooseCannon
I feel that it’s Clareen’s year.
However, if they don’t go up this year, I feel that they may stay in the grade for a couple of years.

Re: Senior B Hurling 2019

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:31 pm
by Killeighman
James Young over Clodiagh Gaels
Nicholas Claffey over Shamrocks

Re: Senior B Hurling 2019

Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2019 7:18 pm
by frankthetank
James Young from Clonaslee?

Re: Senior B Hurling 2019

Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2019 8:59 pm
by Killeighman
Correct. He was over them last year also
frankthetank wrote:James Young from Clonaslee?

Re: Senior B Hurling 2019

Posted: Mon Mar 18, 2019 2:28 am
by Plain of the Herbs
Fixtures for the opening two rounds (including times, venues and referees) are up on the people.gaa.ie/club/offaly database.

Re: Senior B Hurling 2019

Posted: Thu Mar 21, 2019 12:20 am
by Plain of the Herbs
Round 1 and 2 fixtures

SENIOR B HURLING ROUND 1
Sunday 31st March
Drumcullen v Carrig & Riverstown at 12 noon at Crinkill
Tullamore v Lusmagh at 12 noon at Moystown
Seir Kieran v Kilcormac-KIlloughey at 12 noon at Birr (followed by Senior A hurling Kinnitty v St Rynagh’s)
Shamrocks v Clodiagh Gaels at 3.30pm at Bord na Móna Park (preceded by Senior A hurling Belmont v Ballinamere)

SENIOR B HURLING ROUND 2
Saturday 6th April
Lusmagh v Drumcullen at 5pm at Kinnitty
Carrig & Riverstown v Seir Kieran at 5pm at Shinrone

Sunday 7th April
Kilcormac-Killoughey v Shamrocks at 2pm at Bord na Móna Park
Clodiagh Gaels v Tullamore at 3.30pm at Bord na Móna Park

Re: Senior B Hurling 2019

Posted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 11:47 pm
by LooseCannon
I see that Clareen obliterated Caarrig and Riverstown by 22 points. I’m aware that Freeman isn’t around. How do they go from CRC being competitive in A competitions to being a struggling senior B team at adult level?
Surely Crinkill don’t have that many on the CRC teams. In saying that SK should be too strong for all the teams in senior B, but by 22 points, it seems a bit much.
Anyone care to explain the situation? I’m very much so in the dark on this.

Re: Senior B Hurling 2019

Posted: Sun Apr 07, 2019 8:26 am
by Killeighman
LooseCannon wrote:I see that Clareen obliterated Caarrig and Riverstown by 22 points. I’m aware that Freeman isn’t around. How do they go from CRC being competitive in A competitions to being a struggling senior B team at adult level?
Surely Crinkill don’t have that many on the CRC teams. In saying that SK should be too strong for all the teams in senior B, but by 22 points, it seems a bit much.
Anyone care to explain the situation? I’m very much so in the dark on this.
The step up from underage to aldultbhurling is quite big and players develop differently. Some develop and grow into a senior hurler and others just can’t adapt to the grade. SK will blow a lot of teams out of the water in this championship and could possibly win the championship and compete well in the Leinster championship. C&R lost to Drumcullen last week by 6 points and I’m not sure what side Drumcullen had put but any side they do put out are always decent and competitive. C&R will struggle this year and could be well relegated. They need all the players they can get and missing Conor Freeman doesn’t help the situation for them.

Re: Senior B Hurling 2019

Posted: Sun Apr 07, 2019 6:52 pm
by private joker
What carrig need to do is go CRC gaels across all teams. Adult, u21, minor right down to nursery.
Freeman is a good hurler but not going to make a whole pile of difference to the team.