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Re: Offaly GAA - in Crisis

Postby LooseCannon » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:46 pm

Lone Shark wrote:
LooseCannon wrote:He might get them to talk, and to do something. Because if Tommy Byrne doesn't become interested quickly, he will be forced out.


Genuine question, presented without comment. Who is going to do this forcing?


Cowen will call bullshit if needs be.
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Re: Offaly GAA - in Crisis

Postby uibhfhaili » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:45 pm

Lone Shark wrote:
LooseCannon wrote:He might get them to talk, and to do something. Because if Tommy Byrne doesn't become interested quickly, he will be forced out.


Genuine question, presented without comment. Who is going to do this forcing?

why don't you step up to the plate ?
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Re: Offaly GAA - in Crisis

Postby Lone Shark » Fri Sep 01, 2017 10:41 am

uibhfhaili wrote:
Lone Shark wrote:
LooseCannon wrote:He might get them to talk, and to do something. Because if Tommy Byrne doesn't become interested quickly, he will be forced out.


Genuine question, presented without comment. Who is going to do this forcing?

why don't you step up to the plate ?


If somebody on here wants to hire me for a decent wage, sure. Otherwise, I think a GAA journalist who works weekends might have a few conflict of interest issues!
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Re: Offaly GAA - in Crisis

Postby private joker » Sat Sep 23, 2017 9:53 pm

Any word on how Cowen is getting on?
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Re: Offaly GAA - in Crisis

Postby LooseCannon » Sat Sep 23, 2017 10:30 pm

private joker wrote:Any word on how Cowen is getting on?


I'd assume there's progress, because if there wasn't he'd have walked away.
If you were at the opening today, you should've asked him; he probably would have told you how it was going.

If you're at the football tomorrow, ask him. I'm sure he'll tell you if there's progress at the talks.
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Re: Offaly GAA - in Crisis

Postby LooseCannon » Sun Sep 24, 2017 10:00 pm

Also, bring south Offaly clubs into Football. Bring north Offaly clubs into Hurling.

FOOTBALL
Shinrone/Ballyskenagh/Killavilla U
Coolderry/Seir Kieran U
Crinkle/C&R U
Let Birr have their own
Kinnitty/Drumcullen/Lusmagh U
K/K need to put together an adult team

These are underage amalgamations that I've made. All teams should make a reasonable effort and give every child a chance at Hurling OR Football.
All teams should put an effort in at adult level.
Obviously if an adult amalgamation has to happen, let it, more players playing, bigger pool.
HURLING
Edenderry + Ballyfore A+U
Rhode parish + Clonmore A+U
St Vincent's A+U or A Ballycommon+Cappincur/Daingean+Kilclonfert
St Broughan's A+U
Gracefield- feel sorry for them, seem to be trying. A+U
Does Clodiagh Gaels include Ballinagar+Raheen for Hurling? A+U

As I said above it creates a bigger pool to pick from.

A=Adult
U=Underage

I've been thinking about this idea for a while, please give your thoughts' on the idea or even the amalgamations.
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Re: Offaly GAA - in Crisis

Postby SearingDrive » Mon Sep 25, 2017 10:14 am

Clodiagh Gaels cover Raheen and Ballinagar for hurling only. Raheen, Ballinagar and Clodiagh Gaels have separate football teams.
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Re: Offaly GAA - in Crisis

Postby LooseCannon » Mon Sep 25, 2017 11:06 am

SearingDrive wrote:Clodiagh Gaels cover Raheen and Ballinagar for hurling only. Raheen, Ballinagar and Clodiagh Gaels have separate football teams.


I knew the football alright. Wasn't sure about Hurling
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