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Replying To royal1967:  "I see Paul lynch scored 8 points for moynalty yesterday how could he play after getting a straight red card against clonard the last day"
It wasn't a clear strike if you knew anything. You tell me if it was a clear strike, or a closed fist on the player. Why didn't he give Clonard a free, he didn't he gave a hop ball. So therefore as you say with the ref and the appointed linesmen they were wrong. So ramble in.

Meathroyal (Meath) - Posts: 6 - 16/04/2019 15:20:26    2179138

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Replying To royal1967:  "I see Paul lynch scored 8 points for moynalty yesterday how could he play after getting a straight red card against clonard the last day"
It wasn't a clear strike if you knew anything. You tell me if it was a clear strike, or a closed fist on the player. Why didn't he give Clonard a free, he didn't he gave a hop ball. So therefore as you say with the ref and the appointed linesmen they were wrong. So ramble on.

Meathroyal (Meath) - Posts: 6 - 16/04/2019 15:21:18    2179139

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On what basis was it overturned if the referee already consulted so many officials?

The_Ripper (Meath) - Posts: 155 - 16/04/2019 16:24:55    2179151

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The talk coming from carnaross during the week was that they were disappointed that Paul lynch may not been playing as the wanted to play moynalty with a full team..as they wanted to beat them with a full team . I believe the quote was .. doesn't matter if they have three Paul lynches..we will still beat them

onionboy (Meath) - Posts: 30 - 16/04/2019 18:40:48    2179175

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Replying To overthehill72:  "Carnaross will have a say in the championship yet. Moynalty and Athboy will also.
Dunsany and Ballivor will fall away once Hurling championship starts."
A second team could also win it, if I am not mistaken Dunshaughlin's second team gave Ballivor a real fright last year. With 18 senior and 16 intermediate teams plus 2 second team intermediates above Junior it could happen again.

MillerX (Meath) - Posts: 501 - 16/04/2019 19:23:36    2179179

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Replying To Meathroyal:  "It wasn't a clear strike if you knew anything. You tell me if it was a clear strike, or a closed fist on the player. Why didn't he give Clonard a free, he didn't he gave a hop ball. So therefore as you say with the ref and the appointed linesmen they were wrong. So ramble on."
He hopped the ball because it was a free to moynalty first and then he retaliated

royal1967 (Meath) - Posts: 111 - 16/04/2019 21:21:57    2179195

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Replying To Royal_Gunner:  "Shows what a joke you are when it comes to knowing the rules.

Suspensions are handed out for the competition in which the offence occurs therefore a player getting sent off in the league will get suspended for the league only and not championship.
Same goes for reds in championship - they do not effect the league.
It has been like that for years.

I've no affiliation with Moynalty but seeing posters on here talking about a farce as a red card was rescinded when they haven't a clue is just laughable."
Ah royal gunner are you feeling all right it was in the championship

Ba7 (Meath) - Posts: 8 - 16/04/2019 21:47:13    2179204

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Replying To meathgaa91:  "Erm, the red card was in a championship match. The suspended player then played in the next championship match."
My bad - was half asleep yesterday.

Meath CCCC send out the suspension notices about a month after incidents occur so Moynalyty probably didn't get a suspension notice and therefore player is free to play until the suspension comes through.
It's a joke of a system in that sense as players and managers don't know where they stand.

Royal_Gunner (Meath) - Posts: 528 - 17/04/2019 08:30:44    2179220

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Royal_Gunner That's incorrect, A player can't play after receiving a straight red card. The CCCC meet after the first round and deal with all the suspensions. It is then E mailed out to the club. But I do agree Moynalty have a very close relationship with the CCCC . But to say they influence the outcome of the committee is not true. The referee sends in his report and states the category of the infraction. The CCCC then goes by that and that alone unless Moynalty had video evidence that clearly vindicates him.
I thought Moynalty were very unlucky last year Very young and fit team. definitely on the up. Will take stopping this year. If Summerhill can keep their team together they will be hard beaten. Gave the Tones a hiding last week scored 5-20. With 5 lads who started the Senior final last year starting for them.

latouche25 (Meath) - Posts: 214 - 17/04/2019 10:07:38    2179238

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Replying To onionboy:  "The talk coming from carnaross during the week was that they were disappointed that Paul lynch may not been playing as the wanted to play moynalty with a full team..as they wanted to beat them with a full team . I believe the quote was .. doesn't matter if they have three Paul lynches..we will still beat them"
Having your man (forget his name but I got a lift with him years ago in his taxi to a wedding outside Kingscourt) that used to managed Carnaross on the line was worth a few points to Moynalty. He was in charge of the Ross when they made the intermediate final in 2010? He would know the Carnaross players more than anyone else. He masterminded their shock win over Kells nine years ago.

ISupposeSoSheehan (Meath) - Posts: 75 - 17/04/2019 12:03:52    2179269

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Carnaross would have been my favourites based on their league form but so far they have had a shocking start.

Ballivor and Moynalty would be my two favourites at the moment. If Ballivor had everyone focusing on football they would probably win the intermediate championship.

If Summerhill can keep everyone they would win it but after their lost to Ashbourne in the senior, they won't.

UsernameInvalid (Meath) - Posts: 108 - 17/04/2019 19:12:02    2179345

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Replying To ISupposeSoSheehan:  "Carnaross had a man sent off early in the second half. For a team joint top of the Division 2 table, beating St Colmcilles (Cilles must've had their Junior D team out that day) they were rubbish yesterday. No midfield, full back was cleaned out. A few handy forwards. Moynalty could be the surprise package. They've a young team with up to four ex Meath minors from the previous three years and a few players that played with the county junior team in recent years."
Were u at the match cause carnaross midfield winning lot of possession in first half might of lost way a bit in the second and I think full back only conceded 1 from play against lively full forward,the game hinged on the sending off 14 men in a big pitch in navan will test any team.From what I seen sending off looked extremely harsh.Carnaross forwards did look poor must admit but seen them against bective and looked really dangerous.Can't see Moynalty going anywhere soon they'll burn out come quarters, no championships won in April.

Drums4Inter (Meath) - Posts: 9 - 18/04/2019 22:30:07    2179512

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Seemed like youth won it for moynalty they had pace and power at the end the Ross brought on their experience players last 10 minutes this happened before in tailteann for them.you need to b able to keep running I seen few carnaross players fatigued at that stage. Wasn't a red card moynalty player jumped into the Ross players path. Harsh sending off.

Reco (Meath) - Posts: 371 - 19/04/2019 17:25:27    2179597

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Replying To Reco:  "Seemed like youth won it for moynalty they had pace and power at the end the Ross brought on their experience players last 10 minutes this happened before in tailteann for them.you need to b able to keep running I seen few carnaross players fatigued at that stage. Wasn't a red card moynalty player jumped into the Ross players path. Harsh sending off."
Thoughts after the second round, clann na gael had a big win,Vincent's back on track,ultans got over clonard,ballivor lucky against moylagh another big score by summerhill

royal1967 (Meath) - Posts: 111 - 23/04/2019 08:47:06    2179868

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Replying To royal1967:  "Thoughts after the second round, clann na gael had a big win,Vincent's back on track,ultans got over clonard,ballivor lucky against moylagh another big score by summerhill"
Clann Na Gael look strong, they've a very quick team with a good physicality too. Didn't get to see the Ballivor match but I believe they scored 3 goals in injury time, Moylagh will be kicking themselves as they could've done with those points. Carnaross against Ultans next round should be a great match, anything less than a win and Carnaross are pretty much gone. Summerhill could very much be like Dunboyne last year. Although its very hard to tell with such a long break coming up.

Quinn26 (Meath) - Posts: 6 - 23/04/2019 09:53:29    2179877

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