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Onthe40

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« Reply #37440 on: Today at 02:57:14 PM »
surprised at Derrytresk as thought them a decent outfit when I saw them a few years ago in div2 but I believe the half the team that got them back up is in Oz ??

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« Reply #37441 on: Today at 03:12:43 PM »
Derrytresk and Rock have a bit of a Yo-Yo reputation in recent years.  There isn't the stability within the club to maintain their intermediate status and Australia has a lot to do with that, bigger clubs can cope with player losses.
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« Reply #37442 on: Today at 03:15:00 PM »
stability within the club?

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« Reply #37443 on: Today at 03:21:22 PM »
stability within the club?

With the group of playing members
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« Reply #37444 on: Today at 03:30:47 PM »
ah ok..thought there was something going on in the club... I know from seeing them at underage blitzes etc that they have good numbers and seem to be putting in a shift...

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« Reply #37445 on: Today at 05:26:50 PM »
surprised at Derrytresk as thought them a decent outfit when I saw them a few years ago in div2 but I believe the half the team that got them back up is in Oz ??

Our Neighbours Derrytresk are missing a serious number of men, Corr went to Clonoe, Campbell Oz and listening to anyone from there would tell you they have serious injuries to key men, players they cant afford to get injured and supporters dont hold much hope for the year

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« Reply #37446 on: Today at 06:00:47 PM »
surprised at Derrytresk as thought them a decent outfit when I saw them a few years ago in div2 but I believe the half the team that got them back up is in Oz ??

Our Neighbours Derrytresk are missing a serious number of men, Corr went to Clonoe, Campbell Oz and listening to anyone from there would tell you they have serious injuries to key men, players they cant afford to get injured and supporters dont hold much hope for the year


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« Reply #37447 on: Today at 10:20:54 PM »
Youíre like the North Tyrone David OíLeary there Norf.

Both yourselves and the Tatts have started well. Iím not overly surprised both are excellent outfits. In terms of relegation itís probably derrytresk away even at this early stage. Then god knows who will get the other spot. Perhaps a Ďbig guní like a Strabane or Cookstown?

Strabane a big one? Hardly think so. They have played division 3 many many times

Suppose I meant more in terms of theyíve been knocking around division 1 the past few years but do remember them in division 3 around 12 years ago alright when there was a restructuring of the leagues. Moortown struggling too by the looks of it.

Strabane won Div3 in 2008 but the only reason they were junior that year was due to league restructuring.

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« Reply #37448 on: Today at 10:44:48 PM »
Carmen v Pomeroy now tomorrow evening (Friday) at 7.15 due to a wedding in the club. Should be an interesting game!  Carmen to scrape through by 3 my prediction

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« Reply #37449 on: Today at 11:24:25 PM »
Carmen v Pomeroy now tomorrow evening (Friday) at 7.15 due to a wedding in the club. Should be an interesting game!  Carmen to scrape through by 3 my prediction

Canít see anything other than a comfortable carrickmore win. Unfortunately weíre missing too many key men and donít have the strength and depth to replace them.