Fermanagh Forum

More Central Ulster GAA Provinicial Stadium needed

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With Casement Park currently on hold with planning rejected, I have re-Ignited the debate on the viability of Casement park.

I believe that Casement Park is a white elephant and that the home of Ulster Gaelic Games should be in a more Central Ulster location......which logically or geographically would be Co Tyrone.
This would mean a developing green field site between Omagh and Ballygawley, Or if that isn't viable, develop Healy Park in Omagh into a larger 36-38,000 capacity Stadium.

Travelling to Clones( A ground I like ) is a long journey which takes me roughly about 2 hours or slightly less, and Casement park won't be that much shorter in travelling time either. Why not choose a logical location

Whats the consensus among the Fermanagh Gaels, Casement park or a more central Tyrone venue?

GaryMc82 (Derry) - Posts: 3005 - 08/01/2015 21:46:18    1681638

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You'll need another drop of petrol to ignite this one Gary

local (Fermanagh) - Posts: 154 - 13/01/2015 13:42:41    1682826

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I'm trying to complete a list of how many Club members each County In Ulster has.

From the data I collected in 2014, It would seem Donegal topped the list, however this may due to a late flurry of membership sign ups as the progressed towards the All Ireland final.

Any Idea of where Fermanagh would stand on the list? Or what any other County membership is?

GaryMc82 (Derry) - Posts: 3005 - 19/01/2015 14:17:04    1684523

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Maybe email the Co secretary in each county around Ulster

FoolsGold (Cavan) - Posts: 2212 - 19/01/2015 17:26:53    1684605

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