2018 All Ireland SFC Final; Dublin v Tyrone, Sunday 2nd September, Croke Park, 3:30pm


#3364

Jaysus we’re amazing. That said, Tyrone learned alot from last year and got closer. 6 points closer, not bad.


#3365

Fair play for that, my jaysus, Bernard Flynn must have mentioned about 50 times how our peno was either dubious or just plain the wrong call.


#3366

The Irish News All-star GAA 2018 Awards.

It’s Ulster’s equivalent of the All-stars…and prestigious.

Doesn’t look too good. Seriously…an Ulster-select team couldn’t get close to Dublin.

And it includes Sean ‘Pizza’ Quigley.

RORY BEGGAN (MONAGHAN)

DREW WYLIE (MONAGHAN)

RYAN WYLIE (MONAGHAN)

PADRAIG HAMPSEY (TYRONE)

KARL O’CONNELL (MONAGHAN)

EOGHAN ‘BAN’ GALLAGHER (DONEGAL)

MATTIE DONNELLY (TYRONE)

MICHAEL MURPHY (DONEGAL)

COLM CAVANAGH (TYRONE)

RYAN MCHUGH (DONEGAL)

NIALL SLUDDEN (TYRONE)

RYAN MCANESPIE (MONAGHAN)

CONOR MCMANUS (MONAGHAN)

CONNOR MCALISKEY (TYRONE)

SEAN QUIGLEY (FERMANAGH)


#3367

Greatest team to ever play gaelic football !


#3368

The one thing that I wanted to punch Flynn for was when he was talking about a bet with Oisin before the game started and having a laugh about it, inconsiderate prick


#3369

What a prick and he can’t plead ignorance about it either


#3370

Who said there is no fight in the Tyrone players?


#3371

Just the 27 cards handed out?

God Almighty, I get less Christmas cards than that !


#3372

Boom boom

Ref can’t see accused of inaction what else could he have done kneecapped them ???

Tyrone has now overtaken Wicklow as the place for illdisipline in games.


#3373

That’s really putting the ref in boot in.


#3374

Maybe Cavanaghs ‘probably Irish’ interview met some alternative view points!


#3375

And a very painful one at that.


#3376

It is an outrageous comment to have made. I understand he has customers who identify as British but for a man who is so prominent in GAA.

A sport the British tried to essentially squash through bullying and intimidation. Aidan McAnespie was murdered simply because he was Irish and going playing GAA. Aidan was a Tyrone man too.

I have a lot of respect for Cavanagh and think he comes across as a good guy but that irked me.


#3377

The question shouldn’t have been asked in my opinion. It put the man in a very difficult position. It’s easy to be brave when the answer puts nothing at stake for you. I’m sure the fate of Aidan McAnespie and many others was part of the reason Cavanagh was vague in his reply.


#3378

Moy’s club colours must have irked their opposition.


#3379

It has been asked of men in far more difficult positions and they answered more positively.

I am not saying the man should be castigated over it, it was one answer at one point in time. But it’s not a great indicator.


#3389

Lads keep this type of talk to the high stool

Already loads of topics on Cavanagh and what apparently happened .


#3390

spot the difference time


#3391

camera is higher up.
Bigger flegs


#3392

Hell of a lot more blue and navy