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Old 19-02-2019, 10:14 PM
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.@EtarrantSons JAFC. Being organised on a Round Robin this, Top Team in Final, 2nd & 3rd Teams play SF.
R1: @Banteer_LyreGAA v @BoherbueGaa, @cullengaa v @CastlemagnerGAA, Knocknagree a Bye
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Old 19-02-2019, 10:24 PM
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Is it time for the Divisional Championships to be separated from the County section. With the disparity in the divisions, would it not be better to just have an open draw for the Junior A county for all clubs 1st teams that are Junior A.
Some divisional finalists would not reach the semi finals in other divisions.
Think it is worth considering.
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Old 19-02-2019, 10:30 PM
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Is it time for the Divisional Championships to be separated from the County section. With the disparity in the divisions, would it not be better to just have an open draw for the Junior A county for all clubs 1st teams that are Junior A.
Some divisional finalists would not reach the semi finals in other divisions.
Think it is worth considering.
Why first teams only?
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Old 19-02-2019, 10:32 PM
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Is it time for the Divisional Championships to be separated from the County section. With the disparity in the divisions, would it not be better to just have an open draw for the Junior A county for all clubs 1st teams that are Junior A.
Some divisional finalists would not reach the semi finals in other divisions.
Think it is worth considering.
Would it not too big of a draw? While some finalists may not be as good as others, fhe countywide section would eventually knock any team out that isn’t good enough.

Has the best team in the county won it in the last two years since they changed to both finalists making it to the county? Probably. Knocknagree won the All Ireland and Dromtarriffe lost by the narrowest of margins to a Kerry Division One team that won the All Ireland. Boherbue won’t agree with that though!
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Old 20-02-2019, 08:01 PM
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Would it not too big of a draw? While some finalists may not be as good as others, fhe countywide section would eventually knock any team out that isn’t good enough.

Has the best team in the county won it in the last two years since they changed to both finalists making it to the county? Probably. Knocknagree won the All Ireland and Dromtarriffe lost by the narrowest of margins to a Kerry Division One team that won the All Ireland. Boherbue won’t agree with that though!
Im probably out of the loop here but why wouldn’t Boherbue not agree with this??
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Old 20-02-2019, 08:15 PM
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Im probably out of the loop here but why wouldn’t Boherbue not agree with this??
They beat Knocknagree and Dromatariffe in the Duhallow final in last 2 years and both of them won the county out after re-entering as a divisional runner up.
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Old 20-02-2019, 08:32 PM
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Would it not too big of a draw? While some finalists may not be as good as others, fhe countywide section would eventually knock any team out that isn’t good enough.

Has the best team in the county won it in the last two years since they changed to both finalists making it to the county? Probably. Knocknagree won the All Ireland and Dromtarriffe lost by the narrowest of margins to a Kerry Division One team that won the All Ireland. Boherbue won’t agree with that though!
I don’t see a problem with a county wide draw to be honest. I think you could pick out 16 of the top sides in the county, the next 16 etc.
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Old 24-03-2019, 01:59 PM
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How are teams going in the league? 2018 Muskerry league final not played well. I see Iveleary beat Kilmichael 1-21 0-0 last week.
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Old 25-03-2019, 08:43 AM
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How are teams going in the league? 2018 Muskerry league final not played well. I see Iveleary beat Kilmichael 1-21 0-0 last week.
That was a walk over surely?
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Old 29-03-2019, 03:50 PM
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Apparently not. Was a legitimate score
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