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Old 16-09-2016, 11:26 AM
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What the Cork u21 hurling team might look like in 2017 ??

1. Patrick collins-ballinhassig

2. Cian walsh-st finbarrs
3. Sean o donoghue-iniscarra
4. David griffin-carrigaline

5. Darren browne-kanturk
6. Chris o leary-valleys
7. Mark coleman-blarney

8. Darragh fitz-charleville
9. Daniel meade-blackrock

10. Tim o mahony-Newtown
11. Dayne lee-na piarsaigh
12. Robbie o flynn-erins own

13. Luke meade-newcestown
14. Shane kingston-douglas
15. Michael halloran-blackrock

Deccie dalton
Sean hayes
John looney
Billy dunne
Billy hennessy
Alan o callaghan
David dooling
Seadnaidh smyth

Maybe a few minors aswell from this years group such as

Josh beausang
Matt bradley
Cian o mahony
Liam healy
Jacko connor
Niall o leary
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Old 16-09-2016, 12:24 PM
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If he can get a winning culture into the team I couldn't give a fuck what type of person he is. Question is will he be solely with Under 21's or will he still be on the club coaching gravy train
Someone from Inniscarra would be best to ask for that question I'd imagine, I presume if he's staying coaching on the club scene it will be with them seeing as he brought them on so much this year. If they continue that progress over the next couple of years they should be close to winning the county, especially with the underage teams they have coming through.

Hard to see how he'd have the time to do a club team outside of the demands of a county set up. U21 is possibly the grade that would allow for it though.
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Old 16-09-2016, 01:40 PM
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I doubt it will be anywhere the team which will be picked.

3 of back line not mobile/agile enough
5 of 6 forwards physically too small/not aggressive enough

Don't know either midfielder to comment.

Dooling Glen
Gunning Na P
O'Callaghan Rockies would be certainties in my eyes, injury & form allowing

Hennessy from Barrs very worthy of serious consideration, though still maybe a bit too light.

The key os getting the balance right & as at senior level too many of same type lovely ball playing finishers on the team. If they're all finishers....who actually does the work?
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Old 16-09-2016, 02:16 PM
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The trouble is they are finishers of easy points rather than cutting in and going for gial.cork have too many of same type of forwards.saw cork u 16 dev squad 4 years ago all small light hurlers
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Old 16-09-2016, 03:17 PM
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You're right. Problem we all have is that we see the ball being put over the bar & neglect to see who facilitated the tackle, the track back, the interception, the delivery that made the lovely finish possible.

We've too many players who will opt for the soft option (& nothing wrong with that when the occasion arises), but when the time comes to drop the shoulder, take the belt & go past the defender within 20/25m of goal who have we got? Why are Cork continually getting 20/22/24 points but no goals?

Add the Echo sportswriters then eulogise over their pets then we get a disjointed & unbalanced view. Win a loose ball, sprint 20 yards to the sideline & have a shot. How many times have we seen Cork forwards take on the defender & go inside recently?
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Old 16-09-2016, 08:22 PM
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You're right. Problem we all have is that we see the ball being put over the bar & neglect to see who facilitated the tackle, the track back, the interception, the delivery that made the lovely finish possible.

We've too many players who will opt for the soft option (& nothing wrong with that when the occasion arises), but when the time comes to drop the shoulder, take the belt & go past the defender within 20/25m of goal who have we got? Why are Cork continually getting 20/22/24 points but no goals?

Add the Echo sportswriters then eulogise over their pets then we get a disjointed & unbalanced view. Win a loose ball, sprint 20 yards to the sideline & have a shot. How many times have we seen Cork forwards take on the defender & go inside recently?
100% right on all counts particularly when reporters have a horn for certain players they over hype their actual performance so those of us at home get a distorted perception of a players ability
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Old 17-09-2016, 12:17 AM
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Meyler is a great appointment. He's respected, and that's key. The lads in the panel will hear nothing but respect for the man. That'll make them train and work with confidence - something we've been lacking of late. Remove Frank (who some, true or not, see as all that's wrong with Cork hurling) from the dugout, and the confidence grows even further. Perhaps we could be Cork again?
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Old 17-09-2016, 12:55 PM
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What the Cork u21 hurling team might look like in 2017 ??

1. Patrick collins-ballinhassig

2. Cian walsh-st finbarrs
3. Sean o donoghue-iniscarra
4. David griffin-carrigaline

5. Darren browne-kanturk
6. Chris o leary-valleys
7. Mark coleman-blarney

8. Darragh fitz-charleville
9. Daniel meade-blackrock

10. Tim o mahony-Newtown
11. Dayne lee-na piarsaigh
12. Robbie o flynn-erins own

13. Luke meade-newcestown
14. Shane kingston-douglas
15. Michael halloran-blackrock

Deccie dalton
Sean hayes
John looney
Billy dunne
Billy hennessy
Alan o callaghan
David dooling
Seadnaidh smyth

Maybe a few minors aswell from this years group such as

Josh beausang
Matt bradley
Cian o mahony
Liam healy
Jacko connor
Niall o leary
Would love to see Chris O'Leary at full forward. I'm stunned he's not been involved in senior set up yet. Think he has huge ability...
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Old 18-09-2016, 02:35 AM
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What the Cork u21 hurling team might look like in 2017 ??

1. Patrick collins-ballinhassig

2. Cian walsh-st finbarrs
3. Sean o donoghue-iniscarra
4. David griffin-carrigaline

5. Darren browne-kanturk
6. Chris o leary-valleys
7. Mark coleman-blarney

8. Darragh fitz-charleville
9. Daniel meade-blackrock

10. Tim o mahony-Newtown
11. Dayne lee-na piarsaigh
12. Robbie o flynn-erins own

13. Luke meade-newcestown
14. Shane kingston-douglas
15. Michael halloran-blackrock

Deccie dalton
Sean hayes
John looney
Billy dunne
Billy hennessy
Alan o callaghan
David dooling
Seadnaidh smyth

Maybe a few minors aswell from this years group such as

Josh beausang
Matt bradley
Cian o mahony
Liam healy
Jacko connor
Niall o leary
Heard from Blarney friend of mine while Dalton & Dunne are very good players they are carrying too much weight to make it at IC level
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Old 18-09-2016, 08:16 AM
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Heard from Blarney friend of mine while Dalton & Dunne are very good players they are carrying too much weight to make it at IC level
Regardless of "weight" Dalton & Dunne did a good job of giving your Blarney friend and his mates a bit of a thrashing in the Fe21 Champs yesterday.
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