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Dungannon game was good. Didn't watch the first match
How the umpires gave a wide for one of Errigal's shots was a mystery though
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Warrenpoint v Clonduff was a great game.
 
Glad Warrenpoint won on penalties.
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Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Warrenpoint v Clonduff was a great game.
 
Glad Warrenpoint won on penalties.
 
Didn't watch it, sounded like a cracker. Hopefully they can repeat the feat and beat Kilcoo again, but somehow I doubt it
 
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Dungannon game was good. Didn't watch the first match
How the umpires gave a wide for one of Errigal's shots was a mystery though
Dungannon Clarkes in senior final and Edendork in intermediate final. Will be the biggest weekend for the town since Portugal won the Euros
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Originally posted by bogball88 bogball88 wrote:

Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Dungannon game was good. Didn't watch the first match
How the umpires gave a wide for one of Errigal's shots was a mystery though
Dungannon Clarkes in senior final and Edendork in intermediate final. Will be the biggest weekend for the town since Portugal won the Euros
 
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Portlaoise beaten in Laois at the weekend. Only the second game they've lost in 13 years, crazy
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Good doc on RTE1 now about the gaa and its inclusivity.

Well presume all sports are inclusive but the gaa are the best at making a doc out of it.


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Yeah watching it, New Gaels it’s called
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Great match at Parnell Park

Have fancied Ballymun for the title from a long way out, the one where they won't get a chance of winning the All-Ireland

Nice little barney near the end, yer man Cian O'Connor met more than his match in Jason Whelan, O'Connor started it too

Davy Byrne with a trademark right hook and a red card

Never, ever change

Pat Burke still has it, lovely flick for what turned out to be a consolation goal

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Ulster final won't be in Clones as it doesn't have floodlights.  Presuming Breffni Park then ? 

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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

Ulster final won't be in Clones as it doesn't have floodlights.  Presuming Breffni Park then ? 
 
If crowds aren't being let in (well restricted) then they could host in a few places. Newry, Armagh, Omagh (if still open) all have lights. Can't remember if Derry do or not.
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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

Ulster final won't be in Clones as it doesn't have floodlights.  Presuming Breffni Park then ? 

If bigger crowds are allowed in the north than the south then it will most likely be in Omagh or Armagh. 
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Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

Ulster final won't be in Clones as it doesn't have floodlights.  Presuming Breffni Park then ? 
 
If crowds aren't being let in (well restricted) then they could host in a few places. Newry, Armagh, Omagh (if still open) all have lights. Can't remember if Derry do or not.

Was basing Breffni on the premise that crowds would be at it but yeah if not  as you say I'd imagine Newry or Armagh. (Omagh if the pitch issues have been resolved) 

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How many are they expecting to be allowed into these games? Any indication yet?
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