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Munster Club Final - UCC v Dr. Crokes

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Was at the game today. Very enjoyable and some very good football. Ulster were somewhat fortunate to win. Munster controlled the second half and when Collins scored the goal I was a little worried as there seemed no response from our sideline. Scanlon, Turbidy and O'Mahony played well although his shooting not the best. Munster did not use their territorial advantages to good effect. Our midfield tired towards the end of the game and only the acceptances of half chances by Harte and McGee against the run of play got us the result. Speaking to Collins afterwards and he felt Munster left it behind. So be fair less cheap shots and enjoy an occasion that just might see the Railway Cup being saved.

Sparrowhawk (Tyrone) - Posts: 107 - 26/02/2012 19:06:03    1117932

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Sparrowhawk
County: Tyrone
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Was at the game today. Very enjoyable and some very good football. Ulster were somewhat fortunate to win. Munster controlled the second half and when Collins scored the goal I was a little worried as there seemed no response from our sideline. Scanlon, Turbidy and O'Mahony played well although his shooting not the best. Munster did not use their territorial advantages to good effect. Our midfield tired towards the end of the game and only the acceptances of half chances by Harte and McGee against the run of play got us the result. Speaking to Collins afterwards and he felt Munster left it behind. So be fair less cheap shots and enjoy an occasion that just might see the Railway Cup being saved.

What sort of crowd was at it?

moomoo (Kerry) - Posts: 4023 - 26/02/2012 19:36:31    1117955

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Snufalufagus
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After winning 50% between both codes of all senior national silverware and losing by just one point on making that 75% of all senior national silverware the future of the GAA is secured for the whole nation by the success of Dublin GAA!!

This year the aim is for 100% of all senior national silverware.....the success it will see Dublin GAA continue to ensure that GAA clubs around the country get new facilities built for them thanks to the revenue generated by Dublin fans at the turnstile!!

Its great to be a 'Dual County' up here but the mot is driven mad when Im talkin hurling, her being from a 'one code wonder' county and all!!

Anyway lads, ye are all very welcome on behalf of Dublin supporters for any new facilities to yer clubhouses!!

Regards,

Snufalufagus....Laochra Gael

Yer looking very good now to make it 100% after the hurlers today.....

moomoo (Kerry) - Posts: 4023 - 26/02/2012 19:49:46    1117970

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moomoo. Crowd 2600 including Mr Cooney. The last goalscorer was Rory Donnelly from Clare. Apologies for getting it wong earlier. Overall a nice game of football to watch with no bad tackles,only about three yellow cards and one injury.

Sparrowhawk (Tyrone) - Posts: 107 - 27/02/2012 09:02:41    1118107

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moomoo. Crowd 2600 including Mr Cooney. The last goalscorer was Rory Donnelly from Clare. Apologies for getting it wong earlier. Overall a nice game of football to watch with no bad tackles,only about three yellow cards and one injury.

Not a bad crowed for all the talk Conney has for people not being interesred in it

moomoo (Kerry) - Posts: 4023 - 27/02/2012 11:28:09    1118212

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