Intermediate Football 2019

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Champions?

St Rynagh’s
2
33%
St Brigid’s
3
50%
Ballycommon
0
No votes
Shannonbridge
1
17%
Daingean
0
No votes
Clonbullogue
0
No votes
Tullamore
0
No votes
Clodiagh Gaels
0
No votes
KK
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 6

Intermediate Football 2019

Postby LooseCannon » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:01 pm

St Rynagh’s
St Brigid’s
Ballycommon
Shannonbridge
Daingean
Clonbullogue
Tullamore
Clodiagh Gaels
KK
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Re: Intermediate Football 2019

Postby Geansai Gorm » Tue Jan 15, 2019 2:53 pm

This whole championship is down to how Rynaghs approach this. If they give the footballers the time and support they should be winners here, they should be a comfortable Senior B side.
Brigids / Bridge / Ballycommon / Daingean on their day capable of winning but not if Rynaghs take it serious.
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Re: Intermediate Football 2019

Postby LooseCannon » Wed Mar 13, 2019 8:51 am

Intermediate @Court_Hotel Football Championship Draw

Group 1
@Brigids_gaa
@DaingeanGAA
@RachraGAA
@KK_GAA
@tullamoregaa

Group 2
@strynaghsfoot
@BallycommonGAA
@ClonbullogueGaa
@ClodiaghGaels

Team play criss cross
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Re: Intermediate Football 2019

Postby pigeon house biffo » Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:56 am

Geansai Gorm wrote:This whole championship is down to how Rynaghs approach this. If they give the footballers the time and support they should be winners here, they should be a comfortable Senior B side.
Brigids / Bridge / Ballycommon / Daingean on their day capable of winning but not if Rynaghs take it serious.


A lot will depend on what sort of buy in the footballers get from the hurling side of the parish. The talent is most certainly there.
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Re: Intermediate Football 2019

Postby LooseCannon » Thu Mar 14, 2019 12:52 pm

pigeon house biffo wrote:
Geansai Gorm wrote:This whole championship is down to how Rynaghs approach this. If they give the footballers the time and support they should be winners here, they should be a comfortable Senior B side.
Brigids / Bridge / Ballycommon / Daingean on their day capable of winning but not if Rynaghs take it serious.


A lot will depend on what sort of buy in the footballers get from the hurling side of the parish. The talent is most certainly there.


Just as a matter of interest, what hurlers would be Rynaghs’ good footballers, say from the Banagher end?
Obviously O’Connor, Niall Wynne and Seán Dolan would be the pick of the bunch from the Cloghan end of things.
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Re: Intermediate Football 2019

Postby pigeon house biffo » Thu Mar 14, 2019 6:43 pm

LooseCannon wrote:
pigeon house biffo wrote:
Geansai Gorm wrote:This whole championship is down to how Rynaghs approach this. If they give the footballers the time and support they should be winners here, they should be a comfortable Senior B side.
Brigids / Bridge / Ballycommon / Daingean on their day capable of winning but not if Rynaghs take it serious.


A lot will depend on what sort of buy in the footballers get from the hurling side of the parish. The talent is most certainly there.


Just as a matter of interest, what hurlers would be Rynaghs’ good footballers, say from the Banagher end?
Obviously O’Connor, Niall Wynne and Seán Dolan would be the pick of the bunch from the Cloghan end of things.


Off the top of my head, Aidan Treacy, Ciaran Flannery, Danny Maloney and Dermot Shortt all looked a cut above when they played tubber last year in the junior final. Granted its a level or two below where they are now, but from an athletic perspective they could all contribute strongly and Maloney in particular looks very good on the ball. Simon Lyons would be a very handy footballer too, though im not sure whether he prioritises it over the hurling. Conor Clancy would be a very good goalkeeper in both codes also.
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