O'Byrne Cup 2018


#462

Cormac Costello an excellent place ball kicker too


#463

Disagree, if I were playing and training with mea…, no wait, will leave it there say no more :joy:


#464

Dunaggany is not perfect, but I’d imagine that any redevelopment of Pairc tailteann you would need to take over the O’Mahonys as well. Its the infrastructure and roads around are chioc a block most fo the time. But look who cares. Even bog roll in the one toilet would be a massive improvement.


#465

Oh jaysus dont, even the thought of it, up there on a par with the sheep or that mob from the wesht


#466

Fountain of wisdom that is mr Bernard permatan Flynn suggesting that o Byrne final can be played in navan at 4pm after the hurling fixture at 2pm instead of inconveniencing supporters with portlaoise venue.


#467

Everyone gonna use their mobile phone light? Great to see Mordor lads getting so excited by the OBC. They are the new Kildare.


#468

They mentioned if everyone brought a candle, they’d have 2 candles.


#469

But do they have fork handles?


#470

ah yeah great lad Bernie, I met him outside Keoghs south anne st in 15 the the day befofe we bet mayo in the replay, he fancied mayo. I think it finished 3.15 to 1.14, us of course


#471

Best dressed man in Oldcastle!


#472

And Ann Whiddicombe is the best looking virgin in the current Celebrity Big Brother.


#473

In what situations will the free kick shootout be used this year. Is it being used in championship ?


#474

Not sure tbh - probably just the Ulster one where you could get a nil all draw.


#475

Prepare to eat your words…:Fermanagh and Tyrone played out an entertaining 8-4 game, with a sending off and a few fights.

If that’s not gold standard I don’t know what is.


#476

Is 8-4 the score, or the number of players sent off, or fights that erupted?

One never knows…does one? :men_wrestling::person_fencing::men_wrestling::person_fencing:


#477

If we played Kilkenny in football he say they are due a big game .A horrible, bitter little man.


#478

I assume Gallagher threw up the barricades to avoid a hiding?


#479

As luck would have it, I missed that one.

Going from reports I imagine the Fermanagh players were a bit more pumped up what with a new manager.

Despite being neighbours, there’s never been a rivalry.

I went to the game against St Mary’s and that’s my lot with the McKenna Cup. I see a few former players saying they’ve zero interest in it.


#480

None of the above…it’s the number of fans who were brave enough to face the weather…and a grim game.


#481

Lucky you. You should see us playing Wicklow …