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Old 18-03-2019, 10:00 PM
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Anyone at these games ? C.I.T. had Damien Gore and Dan Dineen in there forwards..
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Old 18-03-2019, 10:40 PM
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Shouldn’t be in championship. The sooner we go to clubs only the better.
Idiotic, unless you want Cork football even more in the gutter.
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Old 18-03-2019, 10:46 PM
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idiotic, unless you want cork football even more in the gutter.
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Old 18-03-2019, 11:00 PM
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Anyone at these games ? C.I.T. had Damien Gore and Dan Dineen in there forwards..
Dano was good. Gore ok but not as good as I thought maybe. Killian O'Hanlon was the best on show I would say along with Dineen. It could have gone either way in the end but 2 very good late points by CIT, one of them by Evan Murphy from Dromtarriffe, sealed it. Brian O'Driscoll was running the show well early for Carbery, but drifted out of it until he got a second goal in the last minute. He certainly stood out though. Not many more of the Carbery team would look like high level players to me. No sign of Deane. Played Saturday but was expecting him to play here, however he was not listed in the programme. What gives there??
A decent game as round 1 games go to be fair. CIT v Duhallow could be very good. UCC v Muskerry Thursday with winners playing Seandun on Thursday week. A double-header on a Thursday night (in other words, expecting players for a 6.30 game to be at the ground for 5.30) is very, very unfair. Don't know how this is even allowed really.

You would have to fancy UCC and Duhallow to come through anyway given their strength.
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Old 18-03-2019, 11:30 PM
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Carbery got a tough draw last year and this year. CIT are very strong and last year they got drawn against a strong UCC side. Seandun are under the guidance of Paddy O’Shea who has made a big effort to get them competitive. Good to see them register a win. Reports of all the games are on the Examiner site.
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Old 19-03-2019, 01:42 AM
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March 18 2019 and Beara and Carbery are out of the County Senior football Championship does not seem right somehow.
You're dead right. Divisions should get a back-door in their bracket as well just like the clubs.
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Old 19-03-2019, 07:58 AM
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Dano was good. Gore ok but not as good as I thought maybe. Killian O'Hanlon was the best on show I would say along with Dineen. It could have gone either way in the end but 2 very good late points by CIT, one of them by Evan Murphy from Dromtarriffe, sealed it. Brian O'Driscoll was running the show well early for Carbery, but drifted out of it until he got a second goal in the last minute. He certainly stood out though. Not many more of the Carbery team would look like high level players to me. No sign of Deane. Played Saturday but was expecting him to play here, however he was not listed in the programme. What gives there??
A decent game as round 1 games go to be fair. CIT v Duhallow could be very good. UCC v Muskerry Thursday with winners playing Seandun on Thursday week. A double-header on a Thursday night (in other words, expecting players for a 6.30 game to be at the ground for 5.30) is very, very unfair. Don't know how this is even allowed really.

You would have to fancy UCC and Duhallow to come through anyway given their strength.
ITTW thank you for that Ruairi Deane opted out of Carbery this year..
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Old 19-03-2019, 11:21 AM
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Idiotic, unless you want Cork football even more in the gutter.
Are we the only county doing things correctly by including colleges & divisions?? All other counties are getting it badly wrong so.😄
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Old 19-03-2019, 11:52 AM
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Are we the only county doing things correctly by including colleges & divisions?? All other counties are getting it badly wrong so.😄
Whatever about colleges where there is a good argument for removal, our neighbours in Kerry also have divisional sites. Seems to be working out ok for them.

There's things that need sorting, use of inter county players in particular, but they're a great asset for a Cork GAA if used to properly. We're not like other counties - we have more clubs than all of Connacht, mainly smaller junior and intermediate level clubs. Divisions should be ideal for us.

We only have about 8 genuine senior clubs in both codes. Having the divisional sides play off against each, and the strongest going through a quarter final stage, raises the standard of the championship.

Also, a division like Duhallow which is never likely to have a sustainable senior club serves a really good purpose and gives exposure to potential intercounty players from lower grades.
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Old 19-03-2019, 12:03 PM
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Imokilly :Fixture done couldnt give a shite
Seandun: In fairness lot of dual lads, soldiering on.
Beara: Fucked
Duhallow: Good scoring, Will rattle County
Avondhu:seems to be no appetite up there
Muskerry: strong traditional clubs could do something if organised.
Carrigdhoun:RIP
Carbery: Should be better
UCC and CIT: Depends who is in Cork that weekend.
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