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Replying To bricktop:  ""See the year Bredagh beat us in Ulster junior final(2012) they had played senior league in 2011"

Where?

There is no senior league in Down"
senior championship, sorry

christy sting (Derry) - Posts: 259 - 02/12/2019 13:40:38    2252688

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Replying To bricktop:  ""See the year Bredagh beat us in Ulster junior final(2012) they had played senior league in 2011"

Where?

There is no senior league in Down"
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bredagh_GAC

2011 also saw Bredagh Senior Hurlers compete in the Down Senior Hurling Championship for the first time in the history of the club.
In 2012 Bredagh Senior Hurlers won the Down Junior Hurling Championship for the second time after re-structuring from the Down County Board saw them drop from Senior Championship to Junior.

christy sting (Derry) - Posts: 259 - 02/12/2019 13:42:30    2252690

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Down vs UUJ tonight, wonder how they'll go.

RedDog68 (Down) - Posts: 231 - 04/12/2019 18:01:51    2253225

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Replying To christy sting:  "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bredagh_GAC

2011 also saw Bredagh Senior Hurlers compete in the Down Senior Hurling Championship for the first time in the history of the club.
In 2012 Bredagh Senior Hurlers won the Down Junior Hurling Championship for the second time after re-structuring from the Down County Board saw them drop from Senior Championship to Junior.
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Senior Championship you mean and got walloped by Portaferry by the odd score in 15.

bricktop (Down) - Posts: 2415 - 05/12/2019 13:12:41    2253355

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Replying To RedDog68:  "Down vs UUJ tonight, wonder how they'll go."
Any info in the game, dog? i assume u were der along the line.

cahill (None) - Posts: 2565 - 05/12/2019 13:59:48    2253365

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Replying To bricktop:  "
Replying To christy sting:  "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bredagh_GAC

2011 also saw Bredagh Senior Hurlers compete in the Down Senior Hurling Championship for the first time in the history of the club.
In 2012 Bredagh Senior Hurlers won the Down Junior Hurling Championship for the second time after re-structuring from the Down County Board saw them drop from Senior Championship to Junior.
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Senior Championship you mean and got walloped by Portaferry by the odd score in 15."
yeah that what i said above, they should never have been junior in 2012, intermediate was their level

christy sting (Derry) - Posts: 259 - 06/12/2019 10:33:58    2253508

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Replying To bricktop:  "
Replying To christy sting:  "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bredagh_GAC

2011 also saw Bredagh Senior Hurlers compete in the Down Senior Hurling Championship for the first time in the history of the club.
In 2012 Bredagh Senior Hurlers won the Down Junior Hurling Championship for the second time after re-structuring from the Down County Board saw them drop from Senior Championship to Junior.
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Senior Championship you mean and got walloped by Portaferry by the odd score in 15."
yeah that what i said above, they should never have been junior in 2012, intermediate was their level

christy sting (Derry) - Posts: 259 - 06/12/2019 10:34:02    2253509

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Replying To christy sting:  "
Replying To bricktop:  "[quote=christy sting:  "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bredagh_GAC

2011 also saw Bredagh Senior Hurlers compete in the Down Senior Hurling Championship for the first time in the history of the club.
In 2012 Bredagh Senior Hurlers won the Down Junior Hurling Championship for the second time after re-structuring from the Down County Board saw them drop from Senior Championship to Junior.
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Senior Championship you mean and got walloped by Portaferry by the odd score in 15."
yeah that what i said above, they should never have been junior in 2012, intermediate was their level"]But there was no intermediate championship in Down, so would you have expected them not to play in any club championship and then default directly into the Ulster Intermediate?

That year as a realignment exercise in Down and an anomaly .

That happens every year in Derry.

bricktop (Down) - Posts: 2415 - 09/12/2019 10:55:06    2253906

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Replying To bricktop:  "
Replying To christy sting:  "[quote=bricktop:  "[quote=christy sting:  "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bredagh_GAC

2011 also saw Bredagh Senior Hurlers compete in the Down Senior Hurling Championship for the first time in the history of the club.
In 2012 Bredagh Senior Hurlers won the Down Junior Hurling Championship for the second time after re-structuring from the Down County Board saw them drop from Senior Championship to Junior.
"
Senior Championship you mean and got walloped by Portaferry by the odd score in 15."
yeah that what i said above, they should never have been junior in 2012, intermediate was their level"]But there was no intermediate championship in Down, so would you have expected them not to play in any club championship and then default directly into the Ulster Intermediate?

That year as a realignment exercise in Down and an anomaly .

That happens every year in Derry."]cant be much wrong with Derry grading, no Derry team has won Ulster intermediate and only 1 junior.

christy sting (Derry) - Posts: 259 - 10/12/2019 10:33:14    2254062

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With a new season upon us what are the plans for our county underage teams, with the restructuring of age groups what position are we in with these teams ??

Jab.Lift (Down) - Posts: 17 - 28/01/2020 18:32:02    2263274

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U17 Ballycran to bridge the Gap that we failed to close last year
U15 Ballygalget still seem to be a good bit ahead
U14 (Feile) Ballygalget are very confident but Carryduff or Bredagh may shock in the games in Cherryvale.
U13 Allegedly this is full sided, so who knows, O'Rahilly's or Ballygalget I'm told.

How do we decide who plays in the Ulster minors organised by Ballinascreen, no one seems to know!

bricktop (Down) - Posts: 2415 - 17/02/2020 10:40:37    2268100

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