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Offaly hurling panel for Antrim & Kerry games

Postby Fairplayalways » Wed May 22, 2019 12:18 pm

Ok, so Joachim is now at the helm, with his backroom team in place, please give due respects to players currently on the panel (please don't slate them heres saying this one or that one isn't good enough, they have committed and have been there through a lot in recent times) leaving the current panel aside, what players not currently on the panel might make a return or heed the call up...Brian Carroll possibly one..any others?
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Re: Offaly hurling panel for Antrim & Kerry games

Postby Killeighman » Wed May 22, 2019 12:52 pm

The two Geraghtys from KK. Thomas was great last year when he played averaging 2 or 3 points a game.
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Re: Offaly hurling panel for Antrim & Kerry games

Postby Fairplayalways » Wed May 22, 2019 4:41 pm

yeah would be good addition..
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Re: Offaly hurling panel for Antrim & Kerry games

Postby SearingDrive » Wed May 22, 2019 5:58 pm

Fairplayalways wrote:Ok, so Joachim is now at the helm, with his backroom team in place, please give due respects to players currently on the panel (please don't slate them heres saying this one or that one isn't good enough, they have committed and have been there through a lot in recent times) leaving the current panel aside, what players not currently on the panel might make a return or heed the call up...Brian Carroll possibly one..any others?

Brian Carroll is a coach with Joachim.
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Re: Offaly hurling panel for Antrim & Kerry games

Postby LooseCannon » Wed May 22, 2019 6:46 pm

Have Shinrone decided to cooperate? Or is it mere soundbites floating?
Hopefully the former. It can only be a good thing. For the club and the county.
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Re: Offaly hurling panel for Antrim & Kerry games

Postby allstar2010 » Wed May 22, 2019 10:41 pm

LooseCannon wrote:Have Shinrone decided to cooperate? Or is it mere soundbites floating?
Hopefully the former. It can only be a good thing. For the club and the county.


Why? Is there some outstanding hurlers playing for them we haven’t heard of?
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Re: Offaly hurling panel for Antrim & Kerry games

Postby LooseCannon » Wed May 22, 2019 10:46 pm

allstar2010 wrote:
LooseCannon wrote:Have Shinrone decided to cooperate? Or is it mere soundbites floating?
Hopefully the former. It can only be a good thing. For the club and the county.


Why? Is there some outstanding hurlers playing for them we haven’t heard of?


They’ve hurlers that would seriously contend to get into the present Offaly team, absolutely. If they are willing to play.

There was a young Loughnane. I saw a while back that he transferred to Loughrea and is hurling in goals for them in the senior championship. Is he gone? As in a rule out for Offaly. If anyone knows the scéal, could they tell us, by PM if necessary.
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Re: Offaly hurling panel for Antrim & Kerry games

Postby allstar2010 » Wed May 22, 2019 11:03 pm

LooseCannon wrote:
allstar2010 wrote:
LooseCannon wrote:Have Shinrone decided to cooperate? Or is it mere soundbites floating?
Hopefully the former. It can only be a good thing. For the club and the county.


Why? Is there some outstanding hurlers playing for them we haven’t heard of?


They’ve hurlers that would seriously contend to get into the present Offaly team, absolutely. If they are willing to play.

There was a young Loughnane. I saw a while back that he transferred to Loughrea and is hurling in goals for them in the senior championship. Is he gone? As in a rule out for Offaly. If anyone knows the scéal, could they tell us, by PM if necessary.


Oh right! That would be nice alright if they weren’t too busy over the next few weeks and their Camross manager didn’t mind them slotting straight into the county team!!
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Re: Offaly hurling panel for Antrim & Kerry games

Postby LooseCannon » Wed May 22, 2019 11:29 pm

allstar2010 wrote:
Why? Is there some outstanding hurlers playing for them we haven’t heard of?


They’ve hurlers that would seriously contend to get into the present Offaly team, absolutely. If they are willing to play.

There was a young Loughnane. I saw a while back that he transferred to Loughrea and is hurling in goals for them in the senior championship. Is he gone? As in a rule out for Offaly. If anyone knows the scéal, could they tell us, by PM if necessary.[/quote]

Oh right! That would be nice alright if they weren’t too busy over the next few weeks and their Camross manager didn’t mind them slotting straight into the county team!![/quote]

Isn’t it somewhat an instance of karma. Don’t join county panel, lose 2 from 2, albeit by small margins.
I’d happily have players from Shinrone involved the panel. If it’s beneficial to Offaly, then great.
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Re: Offaly hurling panel for Antrim & Kerry games

Postby Keyser Soze » Sun Jun 02, 2019 8:13 pm

allstar2010 wrote:
Oh right! That would be nice alright if they weren’t too busy over the next few weeks and their Camross manager didn’t mind them slotting straight into the county team!!


He's not a Camross man, he just wants to be! He is from Ballaghmore on the Tipp border. Kyle is his club but he ran away from them for the promised thirty pieces of silver!
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