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Replying To cavanblueman=MUG:  "A million miles away and in one last year? You haven't a clue lad.
Your obsession with killygarry is sad really."
A million miles away but also "blew it" last year. This lad is best ignored. Thinks he's an influencer

JamsieMac (Cavan) - Posts: 481 - 28/08/2023 19:08:51    2502722

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Replying To BreffniPark:  "He's trying to paint a picture that he's not from the Gaels, as someone asked before did Cavanblueman used to be Deanmartin?"
I would certainly agree with you. that is one salty boyo. no way would someone on the opposite end of the county be so obsessed with another club. unless he's getting an earful from lads at work or maybe in laws. ones neighbours are harmless and good crack until they start eatin your breakfast

Creilly_Baby (Cavan) - Posts: 39 - 28/08/2023 22:54:10    2502742

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well the clubs have voted in favour of raymond galligan tonight so no turning back. interesting times ahead. lots of head scratching amongst supporters but its best to be supportive of the management team now. as the man said we have a tendency to complain first.

Creilly_Baby (Cavan) - Posts: 39 - 28/08/2023 23:08:12    2502743

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Replying To BreffniPark:  "He's trying to paint a picture that he's not from the Gaels, as someone asked before did Cavanblueman used to be Deanmartin?"
You couldn't be further from the truth, no allegiance with the Gaels whatsoever, great achievements in the 00's but a club in decline.

cavanblueman (Cavan) - Posts: 636 - 29/08/2023 09:44:49    2502758

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Replying To Creilly_Baby:  "well the clubs have voted in favour of raymond galligan tonight so no turning back. interesting times ahead. lots of head scratching amongst supporters but its best to be supportive of the management team now. as the man said we have a tendency to complain first."
Could be a breath of fresh air, he knows things have to change and Cavan need to be more attack minded, although it will be interesting to see what Stephen O'Neill brings, he played in defensively minded teams although they had the personnel to break at speed when required. Anyway, its done and dusted, time to get behind them and give all our support.

cavanblueman (Cavan) - Posts: 636 - 29/08/2023 09:48:05    2502761

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Replying To cavanblueman:  "You couldn't be further from the truth, no allegiance with the Gaels whatsoever, great achievements in the 00's but a club in decline."
You said last week that the Gaels would get to the Semifinals? Doesn't your young lad play with Killygarry Dean?

Bigcall (Cavan) - Posts: 7 - 29/08/2023 12:00:07    2502809

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What way do the 3 tables stand after the weekend results? Is there any hand link anywhere

Calving4Sam (Cavan) - Posts: 69 - 29/08/2023 12:35:29    2502819

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Replying To Calving4Sam:  "What way do the 3 tables stand after the weekend results? Is there any hand link anywhere"
Just google Cavan GAA Results… scroll down and then hit any team and the table related to them comes up.. it a good site.. hopefully that helps

ForeverBlue2 (Cavan) - Posts: 1899 - 29/08/2023 13:09:36    2502829

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Conveniently all the top teams have avoided each other so far so the table has a familiar shape. Very unlucky for the 'weaker' teams in Senior. It looks like a team with 2 points could make the 1/4s yet. Is this the best possible system? There'll be a few dead rubbers in round 4

JamsieMac (Cavan) - Posts: 481 - 29/08/2023 14:16:24    2502847

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Replying To JamsieMac:  "Conveniently all the top teams have avoided each other so far so the table has a familiar shape. Very unlucky for the 'weaker' teams in Senior. It looks like a team with 2 points could make the 1/4s yet. Is this the best possible system? There'll be a few dead rubbers in round 4"
It's been a bit of a mad draw. You're right there, bar Ramor and Crosserlough. It's also mad when you see Mullahoran have drawn last years finalists and 2 semi finalists so far, while Gowna have had 3 teams who are usually down near the bottom. Crazy the way the draw falls

Think so. We've had teams on 2 points get through before, but will come down to score difference possibly

Loughduff Lad (Cavan) - Posts: 2380 - 29/08/2023 15:15:40    2502869

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Replying To ForeverBlue2:  "Just google Cavan GAA Results… scroll down and then hit any team and the table related to them comes up.. it a good site.. hopefully that helps"
Spot on, I didn't realise you could link through.

Calving4Sam (Cavan) - Posts: 69 - 29/08/2023 15:21:11    2502871

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Is the junior going to be decided on play off if 2 teams finish on same points or is it score difference?

Breffniboys (Cavan) - Posts: 14 - 30/08/2023 07:17:28    2502925

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Replying To Breffniboys:  "Is the junior going to be decided on play off if 2 teams finish on same points or is it score difference?"
Apparantly so.

2 playoffs this wednesday

drumalee11 (USA) - Posts: 289 - 04/09/2023 11:56:25    2502968

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Replying To drumalee11:  "Apparantly so.

2 playoffs this wednesday"
Top 2 must have been decided on a toss as Arva are in the no 1 position despite Knockbride having a better score difference.. A correct decision as neither team would have any appetite for a meaningless playoff…

ForeverBlue2 (Cavan) - Posts: 1899 - 04/09/2023 17:23:14    2503049

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Replying To ForeverBlue2:  "Top 2 must have been decided on a toss as Arva are in the no 1 position despite Knockbride having a better score difference.. A correct decision as neither team would have any appetite for a meaningless playoff…"
Junior Football Championship Playoff Draw
Placings
Arva (1)
Knockbride (2)
Play OFF
This Wednesday Kildallan V Swanlinbar (6) Killeshandra V Drung (7). Next Wednesday Losers play for 8

Bigcall (Cavan) - Posts: 7 - 04/09/2023 18:38:04    2503065

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Replying To Bigcall:  "Junior Football Championship Playoff Draw
Placings
Arva (1)
Knockbride (2)
Play OFF
This Wednesday Kildallan V Swanlinbar (6) Killeshandra V Drung (7). Next Wednesday Losers play for 8"
Would this Week's winners not have to play off to see who comes 6th or 7th…?

ForeverBlue2 (Cavan) - Posts: 1899 - 05/09/2023 11:54:56    2503120

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Replying To ForeverBlue2:  "Would this Week's winners not have to play off to see who comes 6th or 7th…?"
This is what the CCC have decided on.

Bigcall (Cavan) - Posts: 7 - 05/09/2023 12:09:53    2503124

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Replying To ForeverBlue2:  "Would this Week's winners not have to play off to see who comes 6th or 7th…?"
Replying To Bigcall: "Junior Football Championship Playoff Draw
Placings
Arva (1)
Knockbride (2)
Play OFF
This Wednesday Kildallan V Swanlinbar (6) Killeshandra V Drung (7). Next Wednesday Losers play for 8"
Would this Week's winners not have to play off to see who comes 6th or 7th…?
ForeverBlue2 (Cavan) - Posts: 1605 - 05/09/2023 11:54:56 2503120

No the first game listed is for 6th place and the second game is for 7th.

They probably should have tossed a coin to see who will be 6th and 7th out of the two winners though !

RHF (Cavan) - Posts: 845 - 05/09/2023 12:34:17    2503132

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Replying To Bigcall:  "This is what the CCC have decided on."
Yes, the next Wednesday both winners of the first games will play off to decide who get's 7th and 8th

Loughduff Lad (Cavan) - Posts: 2380 - 05/09/2023 12:36:03    2503133

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Replying To Loughduff Lad:  "Yes, the next Wednesday both winners of the first games will play off to decide who get's 7th and 8th"
You are wrong there… the losers will play off to see who gets 8th place… winners should play off for 6th and 7th as 4 into 3 won't go… This is the problem with this type of Championship format as score difference cannot be used…. it can end up with a lot of play off matches…

ForeverBlue2 (Cavan) - Posts: 1899 - 05/09/2023 13:08:29    2503138

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