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Old 09-09-2010, 07:28 PM
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so can tipp make it two in six days?Galway county board are sulking ,saying its unfair the final is in semple stadium,even though it was fixed last april,before we knew who would be competing.

cant help feeling if it were cork or kilkenny they would see this as a perfect opportunity to ruin the perfect week for tipp,and go and win a great All-Ireland,how they would relish playing tipp in semple,guess thats what you get from the traditional counties

Galway have no problem playing one game at this grade to reach the final each year.their county board are never happy anyway,always moaning
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Old 09-09-2010, 08:21 PM
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so can tipp make it two in six days?Galway county board are sulking ,saying its unfair the final is in semple stadium,even though it was fixed last april,before we knew who would be competing.

cant help feeling if it were cork or kilkenny they would see this as a perfect opportunity to ruin the perfect week for tipp,and go and win a great All-Ireland,how they would relish playing tipp in semple,guess thats what you get from the traditional counties

Galway have no problem playing one game at this grade to reach the final each year.their county board are never happy anyway,always moaning
Galway are just a pathetic small time hurling county.For years they were saying put us in leinster well they were put in leinster and there still a bunch of chokers.Also their underage success means nothing.They come in every year at august and they don't have to put up with distractions like the leaving cert.If ourselves and Tipp were in that situation we would have won way more underage titles then what they have managed.Galway small time city and a small time hurling county.
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Old 09-09-2010, 11:00 PM
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Heard this is an all ticket game for the stands and pay at the gate for the terrace. They expecting a sell-out crowd so by the sounds of it?
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Old 09-09-2010, 11:03 PM
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so can tipp make it two in six days?Galway county board are sulking ,saying its unfair the final is in semple stadium,even though it was fixed last april,before we knew who would be competing.

cant help feeling if it were cork or kilkenny they would see this as a perfect opportunity to ruin the perfect week for tipp,and go and win a great All-Ireland,how they would relish playing tipp in semple,guess thats what you get from the traditional counties

Galway have no problem playing one game at this grade to reach the final each year.their county board are never happy anyway,always moaning
I find alot of irony in this post
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Old 09-09-2010, 11:34 PM
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so can tipp make it two in six days?Galway county board are sulking ,saying its unfair the final is in semple stadium,even though it was fixed last april,before we knew who would be competing.

cant help feeling if it were cork or kilkenny they would see this as a perfect opportunity to ruin the perfect week for tipp,and go and win a great All-Ireland,how they would relish playing tipp in semple,guess thats what you get from the traditional counties

Galway have no problem playing one game at this grade to reach the final each year.their county board are never happy anyway,always moaning
what is your problem with galway,as i said the other day if the shoe was on the other foot we would complain,just think back to last sunday to see what can happen to red hot favorites i still think we will win but tipp boys need to concentrate on the game and not what is being said in the media,as for playing just one game that is the system so why blame them
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Old 10-09-2010, 07:57 AM
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I think it's more unfair to make under 21 players to play an u-21 AI a week after playing a senior AI rather than giving a county homefield advanatge.
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Old 10-09-2010, 08:21 AM
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mind yourself pa,your beginning to show a liking for us,suppose thats two pints l will be buying you.
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Old 10-09-2010, 03:50 PM
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I think it's more unfair to make under 21 players to play an u-21 AI a week after playing a senior AI rather than giving a county homefield advanatge.
You have to realise that there's loads of club games to be played this time of year aswell! The longer that this game is put off, the more delays there is to club games.

There's more to the GAA than just Inter-County matches/players!
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Old 10-09-2010, 04:13 PM
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U21 hurling should be alternated to start when the football starts with U21 hurling starting in April/May and run off like the U21 football is so as to give hurling a chance. The GAA is killing U21 hurling by playing it in the middle of the senior championship. The hurling should alternate with football every second year and the hurlers should be given 1st call on the players like football managers are presently given at U21 level
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Old 10-09-2010, 05:51 PM
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You have to realise that there's loads of club games to be played this time of year aswell! The longer that this game is put off, the more delays there is to club games.

There's more to the GAA than just Inter-County matches/players!
It could be run off in conjunction with the provincial championships*

*both of them
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