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Post by John Cregan on Sat 14 Jul 2012, 4:44 pm

First topic message reminder :

3 Results in the football round 2 qualifiers in so far:

Longford 1-15 Limerick 1-21 (AET)

Antrim 0-11 Galway 0-10

Roscommo 0-08 Tyrone 1-16

Tipperary 1-13 Wexford 0-15


Once again, the form book can go out the window in these qualifiers......................

Round 3 QF's & Leinster & Ulster Finals


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Post by bluemoda1 on Sun 22 Jul 2012, 11:27 pm

Ar aghaidh le cheile wrote:
bluemoda1 wrote:Warning, chip on shoulder.

Ha, the GAA is political in NI. Calling clubs, trophies after............... Nuff said.

NI. What class of Gael are you. I suppose you dont understand that the playing and following of gaelic games is an integral part of our cultural identity up here but why would you. For my part I will support any of the Nine Ulster counties against others.

Why? Them -v- us, is it? Now who's being political and excessively tribal? Rolling Eyes


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Post by bluemoda1 on Sun 22 Jul 2012, 11:31 pm

Ar aghaidh le cheile wrote:
bluemoda1 wrote:Warning, chip on shoulder.

Ha, the GAA is political in NI. Calling clubs, trophies after............... Nuff said.

NI. What class of Gael are you. I suppose you dont understand that the playing and following of gaelic games is an integral part of our cultural identity up here but why would you. For my part I will support any of the Nine Ulster counties against others.

Why do you support the 9 over everyone else? Are you being political, provincial or parochial?

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Post by bluemoda1 on Sun 22 Jul 2012, 11:32 pm

patrick91 wrote:
Ar aghaidh le cheile wrote:
bluemoda1 wrote:Warning, chip on shoulder.

Ha, the GAA is political in NI. Calling clubs, trophies after............... Nuff said.

NI. What class of Gael are you. I suppose you dont understand that the playing and following of gaelic games is an integral part of our cultural identity up here but why would you. For my part I will support any of the Nine Ulster counties against others.

well said clap

Birds of a feather and all that. No?

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Post by patrick91 on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 12:18 am

bluemoda1 wrote:
patrick91 wrote:
Ar aghaidh le cheile wrote:
bluemoda1 wrote:Warning, chip on shoulder.

Ha, the GAA is political in NI. Calling clubs, trophies after............... Nuff said.

NI. What class of Gael are you. I suppose you dont understand that the playing and following of gaelic games is an integral part of our cultural identity up here but why would you. For my part I will support any of the Nine Ulster counties against others.

well said clap

Birds of a feather and all that. No?

u call me a fickle gaa fan you have obviously forgotten the real true morals of gaa what its all about a bit like seanie johnson.
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Post by bluemoda1 on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 12:33 am

[quote="patrick91"][quote="bluemoda1"][quote="patrick91"]
Ar aghaidh le cheile wrote:

u call me a fickle gaa fan you have obviously forgotten the real true morals of gaa what its all about a bit like seanie johnson.

I didn't call you anything. Just asking why you would support the 6 or 9 over any other county. I'm from Tipp, doesn't mean I support every other county in Munster. If Kerry were playing Mayo in the All Ireland, I'd be cheering for Mayo. Why can't you do the same?

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Post by John Cregan on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 12:34 am

Lads,

Ye're talking about 9 here......can i remind ye that Dev (sorry Collins) only signed away 6 !!!!!!!!!!

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Post by patrick91 on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 1:11 am

[quote="bluemoda1"][quote="patrick91"][quote="bluemoda1"]
patrick91 wrote:
Ar aghaidh le cheile wrote:

u call me a fickle gaa fan you have obviously forgotten the real true morals of gaa what its all about a bit like seanie johnson.

I didn't call you anything. Just asking why you would support the 6 or 9 over any other county. I'm from Tipp, doesn't mean I support every other county in Munster. If Kerry were playing Mayo in the All Ireland, I'd be cheering for Mayo. Why can't you do the same?

yes you did Laugh prob cause since being abandoned by the rest of the island the 6 of us felt closer drumroll i doubt you went for tyrone or down in 05 08 or 2010 against kerry and cork.

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Post by Gaelic-Warrior on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 11:32 am

Cari wrote:UP THE DUBS!!!

Where's Gaelic Warrior? boxing

Unfortunately I couldn't get near the internet the whole weekend. Bit of a sh!tty weekend really, we lost in both the senior and minor football. Well done to Dublin, we could have been hammered but thankfully we avoided that much at least. If only the whole game could've been like the final 10 mins, will get the highlights later. Looking forward to our qualifier against Loais. Hopefully we can get another shot at ye boxing

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As for the rest of this thread where did all this partisan pish come from? Same kind of stuff I've seen elsewhere from a section of Ulster posters, everyone's against Ulster, under siege, nobody in the south goes for us e.t.c. and then on the other hand at least their not in the Eurozone, lads you can't have it both ways, you're either glad to have been abandoned/British subjects*COUGH* or not. Personally I used to go for Ulster counties when Meath weren't playing....but the BBC don't seem to show those games on demand over here now so in a way I've been saved from sinking to such depths. Wink

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Post by Thomond on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 11:41 am

What the hell happened in the second half of the Leinster final? I stopped wathing at half time as I though the game was over but Meath claw it back to 3 points and hit something like 10 second half wides? How did that happen?

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Post by Gaelic-Warrior on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 12:03 pm

Haven't seen it myself yet Thom but going by match reports I've seen it was a mixture of the Dubs taking their foot off the gas thinking they've had it done and dusted and Meath's subs injecting a bit of fight into it. Farrel leading the charge and Jamie Queenie's goal made the world of difference, Bernard Brogan seemed to have kept the Dubs alive at this stage with the royals fighting back a 10pt deficit.

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Post by bluemoda on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 2:14 pm

Thomond wrote:What the hell happened in the second half of the Leinster final? I stopped wathing at half time as I though the game was over but Meath claw it back to 3 points and hit something like 10 second half wides? How did that happen?

What happened- Meath didn't realise that they were good enough to win the game until the last 15 minutes. They were way better than I though they were. Shocking amount of wides on their part.

Is Connolly injured? He was missed yesterday.

Bernard Brogan man of the match. Have to say he is looking very rough around the gills.


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Post by bluemoda on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 2:16 pm

Just to add. Pretty good football over the weekend.

Fancy Tipp to take Down down. Very Happy

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Post by bluemoda on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 2:19 pm

Gaelic-Warrior wrote:
Cari wrote:UP THE DUBS!!!

Where's Gaelic Warrior? boxing

Unfortunately I couldn't get near the internet the whole weekend. Bit of a sh!tty weekend really, we lost in both the senior and minor football. Well done to Dublin, we could have been hammered but thankfully we avoided that much at least. If only the whole game could've been like the final 10 mins, will get the highlights later. Looking forward to our qualifier against Loais. Hopefully we can get another shot at ye boxing

Alan's gonnae get scanned- http://hoganstand.com/ArticleForm.aspx?ID=173929
.....why couldn't it have been baaarnard?....

As for the rest of this thread where did all this partisan pish come from? Same kind of stuff I've seen elsewhere from a section of Ulster posters, everyone's against Ulster, under siege, nobody in the south goes for us e.t.c. and then on the other hand at least their not in the Eurozone, lads you can't have it both ways, you're either glad to have been abandoned/British subjects*COUGH* or not. Personally I used to go for Ulster counties when Meath weren't playing....but the BBC don't seem to show those games on demand over here now so in a way I've been saved from sinking to such depths. Wink


Patrick started it. Very Happy

That's what happens when the usual posters dissappear, things get boring. Where's Rebel gone? He could always be relied on to keep things going.

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Post by Gaelic-Warrior on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 3:08 pm

Haven't seen Rebel around in ages either Moda, probably had too much ice-cream and jelly on not606.

bluemoda wrote:What happened- Meath didn't realise that they were good enough to win the game until the last 15 minutes. They were way better than I though they were. Shocking amount of wides on their part.

Is Connolly injured? He was missed yesterday.

Bernard Brogan man of the match. Have to say he is looking very rough around the gills.

Even as a Meath supporter I disgree with that analysis from what I've heard. The close scoreline betrays how much of the game Dublin were on top for, we did kick a lot of wides for sure but the Dubs also scuffed a great chance to score a goal. It was only towards the end of the game that Meath came back in but bernard still managed to keep them in front. Pat Gilroy didn't seem entirely convinced by the performance of his subs either. We didn't cause Dublin's defence as much trouble for most of it. Brian Farrell best player for Meath.
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Post by bluemoda on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 4:24 pm

I though Sheridan caught some great ball. To come from 10 points down to within 3. Who do they meet next?

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Post by Cari on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 6:18 pm

bluemoda wrote:
Bernard Brogan man of the match. Have to say he is looking very rough around the gills.

That's what happens when players go premiership soccer-like and start messing with "models" Rolling Eyes

Gazwaz - my commisserations on the loss. Hug I completely missed the game because BT decided to deprive this area of broadband for the afternoon! mad

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Post by Gaelic-Warrior on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 6:31 pm

Laois up next in the 4th round, beaten by longford before narrow wins over Carlow, Monaghan and Leitrim....think we should nail this one.
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Post by Gaelic-Warrior on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 6:37 pm

Thanks Cari. kiss

Not to worry though. If we're victorious against Laois we could set up a re-match! boxing
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Post by bluemoda1 on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 7:39 pm

Cari wrote:
bluemoda wrote:
Bernard Brogan man of the match. Have to say he is looking very rough around the gills.

That's what happens when players go premiership soccer-like and start messing with "models" Rolling Eyes

Gazwaz - my commisserations on the loss. Hug I completely missed the game because BT decided to deprive this area of broadband for the afternoon! mad

What model, never heard anything about that? Do you not think BB is looking a bit rough?

Are you taking in a match this year ?

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Post by bluemoda1 on Mon 23 Jul 2012, 7:41 pm

Gaelic-Warrior wrote:Laois up next in the 4th round, beaten by longford before narrow wins over Carlow, Monaghan and Leitrim....think we should nail this one.

Meath should gain great confidence after yesterday, Laois shouldn't pose too much of a problem.

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Post by dublfcynwa on Wed 25 Jul 2012, 4:19 pm

After reading all of this guff about people in the South being against the Northern teams I found this article today, it was taken directly from the Tyrone website.

One GAA Family United in Respect

Long after the thousands had left Fitzgerald Stadium last Saturday evening our Tyrone team was getting ready for a bitter journey home. Around 500 Kerry people remained outside the changing area – men and women, old and young. As our people started to board their coach a ripple of applause met them. That ripple grew and grew and for long minute after long minute just went on and on and on.

When Mickey Harte appeared, a cheer of support went up. As the coach headed down through Killarney hundreds on the pavements took over where the others left off, warmly applauding Tyrone. There is no doubt that Ireland lost a lot and took a lot of wrong turns in the last few years. But if you wanted your faith in decency, respect, honour and dignity restored, then Killarney at about eight o’clock last Saturday evening was the place to be.

Inspirational. Unforgettable. Classy.

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Post by patrick91 on Wed 25 Jul 2012, 5:56 pm

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Post by RebelBhoy on Sun 29 Jul 2012, 12:21 pm

Nine Ulster counties....NINE?

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Post by bluemoda1 on Sun 29 Jul 2012, 3:47 pm

RebelBhoy wrote:Nine Ulster counties....NINE?

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Hear that Patrick, NINE counties in Ulster. A simple geography lesson for you. Remember it. thumbsup

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Post by RebelBhoy on Sun 29 Jul 2012, 4:22 pm

Nine (and London in Hurling)
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Post by patrick91 on Sun 29 Jul 2012, 9:12 pm

never said there wasent ulster abú up the 9 come on donegal and down Braveheart

there is no london in ulster including derry.
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Post by bluemoda1 on Mon 30 Jul 2012, 12:33 pm

patrick91 wrote:never said there wasent ulster abú up the 9 come on donegal and down Braveheart

there is no london in ulster including derry.

Tell the Tyrone fans that. Whistle

What's the song that they sing?


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Post by patrick91 on Mon 30 Jul 2012, 6:30 pm

frendily banter between neighbours they have called us worse our red hand dosent help.

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Post by Cari on Mon 30 Jul 2012, 7:32 pm

bluemoda1 wrote:
Cari wrote:
bluemoda wrote:
Bernard Brogan man of the match. Have to say he is looking very rough around the gills.

That's what happens when players go premiership soccer-like and start messing with "models" Rolling Eyes

What model, never heard anything about that? Do you not think BB is looking a bit rough?

Are you taking in a match this year ?

Oh Blue...get with the gossip! Wink 14/7 and 15/7 & 21/7 and 22/7 GAA Action - Page 2 3559488474 I read it on the Irish Indo website so it has to be true. Bernie's dropped his long term girlfriend and gone off with some "model" that no one's ever heard of. Muppet! Everyone knows he should've tried a bit of Welsh rarebit... Laugh

Sadly no games for me this year as booking time off over this summer has been impossible as I've only been in my current job for eight months. All the summer leave was taken when I started. So it's down O'Neils or Dempsey's to watch it on the box Smile

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Post by bluemoda1 on Mon 30 Jul 2012, 8:08 pm

Cari wrote:
bluemoda1 wrote:
Cari wrote:
bluemoda wrote:
Bernard Brogan man of the match. Have to say he is looking very rough around the gills.

That's what happens when players go premiership soccer-like and start messing with "models" Rolling Eyes

What model, never heard anything about that? Do you not think BB is looking a bit rough?

Are you taking in a match this year ?

Oh Blue...get with the gossip! Wink 14/7 and 15/7 & 21/7 and 22/7 GAA Action - Page 2 3559488474 I read it on the Irish Indo website so it has to be true. Bernie's dropped his long term girlfriend and gone off with some "model" that no one's ever heard of. Muppet! Everyone knows he should've tried a bit of Welsh rarebit... Laugh

Sadly no games for me this year as booking time off over this summer has been impossible as I've only been in my current job for eight months. All the summer leave was taken when I started. So it's down O'Neils or Dempsey's to watch it on the box Smile

The girlfriend from last year emigrated to Australia and she dumped BB, that's what I read.

Never heard of the model though. No wonder he's looking rough. Very Happy

How rare is the Welsh rarebit?

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Post by Thomond on Mon 30 Jul 2012, 8:17 pm

You're more likely to find a sheep than a rarebit Run

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