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Replying To CillTormoir:  "Will Beosport be covering replay this weekend?"
Yes.
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GALWAY SHC SF Gort Inse Guaire v St. Thomas'
Scheduled for Sunday, November 14, 2021 11:55 AM GMT

Cockney_Cat (UK) - Posts: 1500 - 12/11/2021 20:29:16    2389234

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Replying To katser:  "I wonder are Gort pulling the Tyrone stunt"
Galway Senior Semi Final fixture St.Thomas' v Gort is OFF.
Gort WILL NOT be fielding a team for this fixture.

katser (Galway) - Posts: 1399 - 13/11/2021 16:19:55    2389287

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Replying To katser:  "Galway Senior Semi Final fixture St.Thomas' v Gort is OFF.
Gort WILL NOT be fielding a team for this fixture."
No more complications or re fixtures, hopefully st Thomas are sent into the final, end of.

Galway9801 (Galway) - Posts: 949 - 13/11/2021 16:57:04    2389295

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Ridiculous. Not CB fault about Covid situation at club level. Let them put out a team or pull out. St Thomas through I'd say.

ahsure. (Galway) - Posts: 1280 - 13/11/2021 17:32:53    2389300

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Replying To Galway9801:  "No more complications or re fixtures, hopefully st Thomas are sent into the final, end of."
You can be sure there will be appeals all week.

Waveitwide (Galway) - Posts: 63 - 13/11/2021 17:56:14    2389302

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Replying To Galway9801:  "No more complications or re fixtures, hopefully st Thomas are sent into the final, end of."
Fixture row erupts in Galway over Gort Covid outbreak

The Galway SHC title race has been thrown into chaos after Gort pulled out of tomorrow's rescheduled semi-final against champions St Thomas'...

"Galway GAA CCC have reviewed all the evidence presented and have advised that the fixture stands. Failure to fulfil the fixture will be dealt with by Galway GAA CCC in the coming days."

They have appealed to supporters not to turn up at Kenny Park tomorrow and said refunds will be made during the week.

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Cockney_Cat (UK) - Posts: 1500 - 13/11/2021 18:02:35    2389303

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As a Gort person I am sick of all this and I'd have no problem just advancing St Thomas's straight to the Final to play Clarenbridge. Enough is enough.

Trump2020 (Galway) - Posts: 1370 - 13/11/2021 21:03:37    2389326

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Replying To Trump2020:  "As a Gort person I am sick of all this and I'd have no problem just advancing St Thomas's straight to the Final to play Clarenbridge. Enough is enough."
We all know you're not a Gort man. You're more likely a Beagh man....the same man who caused disruption to last year's championship....the same man who supported Hillary Clinton in '16. Try to be a good neighbour to Gort hurling....even if based across the pond.

galwayfan (None) - Posts: 764 - 14/11/2021 10:12:13    2389347

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Replying To galwayfan:  "We all know you're not a Gort man. You're more likely a Beagh man....the same man who caused disruption to last year's championship....the same man who supported Hillary Clinton in '16. Try to be a good neighbour to Gort hurling....even if based across the pond."
Perhaps, club might be treated differently, but a precedent was set this year with Tyrone senior football team! Why not accord the same opportunity and time frame to Gort?

foreveryoung (USA) - Posts: 737 - 14/11/2021 11:06:32    2389352

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Replying To foreveryoung:  "Perhaps, club might be treated differently, but a precedent was set this year with Tyrone senior football team! Why not accord the same opportunity and time frame to Gort?"
Precedent is only set if the details are the same.

Accurate or not Tyrone claimed well over 15 players had C19.

Gort have 1 and 3 people with symptoms. If this is a basis for calling a game off we might never finish a championship.

Mayonman (Galway) - Posts: 1447 - 14/11/2021 13:00:44    2389360

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I'm not sure how Gort can appeal when they're the ones who are not fielding in the fixture. What can they appeal against?

They can literally "appeal" to the county board to try and have the fixture pushed back, but by the book there'd be no rules broken by the CB if they award St. Thomas' the win. Unless Galway have a pretty unique rule whereby if teams have Covid cases the championship will wait for them.

CastleBravo (Meath) - Posts: 1480 - 14/11/2021 13:29:21    2389362

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Replying To galwayfan:  "We all know you're not a Gort man. You're more likely a Beagh man....the same man who caused disruption to last year's championship....the same man who supported Hillary Clinton in '16. Try to be a good neighbour to Gort hurling....even if based across the pond."
Close but no cigar. I laughed at your needless Hillary reference. Anyway my general point is that the match has to be played sometime and if you can't field a team well then you can't field a team. I'd love to see Gort win it all as they came so close in the 80s. I'm a good neighbor no matter where my location I just posses a different opinion to you, that's all.

Trump2020 (Galway) - Posts: 1370 - 14/11/2021 13:48:28    2389363

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Replying To galwayfan:  "We all know you're not a Gort man. You're more likely a Beagh man....the same man who caused disruption to last year's championship....the same man who supported Hillary Clinton in '16. Try to be a good neighbour to Gort hurling....even if based across the pond."
Did you support Trump in 2016.?

endgame (Roscommon) - Posts: 1564 - 14/11/2021 13:55:21    2389364

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Replying To Mayonman:  "Precedent is only set if the details are the same.

Accurate or not Tyrone claimed well over 15 players had C19.

Gort have 1 and 3 people with symptoms. If this is a basis for calling a game off we might never finish a championship."
100%.

ahsure. (Galway) - Posts: 1280 - 14/11/2021 14:30:17    2389368

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Another Club(won't name them) have a Covid case and asked CC for "their" match this Weekend (hurling) to be postponed for one week.
They were denied and told Game goes ahead!!!

katser (Galway) - Posts: 1399 - 14/11/2021 14:39:35    2389370

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Replying To galwayfan:  "We all know you're not a Gort man. You're more likely a Beagh man....the same man who caused disruption to last year's championship....the same man who supported Hillary Clinton in '16. Try to be a good neighbour to Gort hurling....even if based across the pond."
Mistaken identity there anyway. The Beagh man you are referring to is on social media supporting the Gort case. Which is some cheek from him seeing as he didnt seem too interested in following the Covid protocols himself last year when he came over for a match.

PoolSturgeon (Galway) - Posts: 1615 - 14/11/2021 15:28:13    2389377

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The Masters of Tradition secure Senior status in Senior Relegation game Mullagh 2-17 Tynagh-Abbey/Duniry 1-12.
Mullagh are safe.
Tynagh-Abbey/Duniry v Ballindeeren Relegation Final.
Loser Relegated to Intermediate.

katser (Galway) - Posts: 1399 - 14/11/2021 16:02:49    2389381

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Replying To katser:  "The Masters of Tradition secure Senior status in Senior Relegation game Mullagh 2-17 Tynagh-Abbey/Duniry 1-12.
Mullagh are safe.
Tynagh-Abbey/Duniry v Ballindeeren Relegation Final.
Loser Relegated to Intermediate."
Mullagh, survive relegation from senior again!!! In Cork, Tipp, or Limk, Mullagh would equate to a low intermediate standard. "Tradition" (aka, bad standard of hurling) has managed to keep Mullagh up … for quite a few years now.

foreveryoung (USA) - Posts: 737 - 14/11/2021 17:01:34    2389390

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Replying To foreveryoung:  "Mullagh, survive relegation from senior again!!! In Cork, Tipp, or Limk, Mullagh would equate to a low intermediate standard. "Tradition" (aka, bad standard of hurling) has managed to keep Mullagh up … for quite a few years now."
You obviously haven't seen much club hurling in those other counties you mention

Stool Pigeon (Galway) - Posts: 629 - 14/11/2021 17:48:03    2389401

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St.Thomas' have offered Gort the opportunity to play the Co. Semi Final next week.

katser (Galway) - Posts: 1399 - 14/11/2021 17:56:03    2389403

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