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Re Junior hurling...

heard there was a colossal sccrew up in the league rounds. A game put down as a draw and only being resolved now...leinster council were brought into it and everything...

comc (Wexford) - Posts: 103 - 16/09/2013 15:28:27    1482998

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fair play to St James for sticking to their guns on this one, the county board need to be shown up for the shambles they are a crowd of jokers .

hurlorhurley (Wexford) - Posts: 1428 - 16/09/2013 16:20:14    1483061

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Well they surely wont be allowed back into the championship??I doubt my club mates or any of the other teams in the semi final will make away to let them in. After all, it was them and the harriers second when the mistake happened and the harriers are out of the championship. Also from what I heard it happened 3 or 4 rounds ago.

hunting (Wexford) - Posts: 621 - 16/09/2013 16:52:32    1483106

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the county board let the quarter finals go ahead knowing an appeal had been submitted to Leinster Council another fine mess christmas finals may be back on the cards again

hurlorhurley (Wexford) - Posts: 1428 - 16/09/2013 17:02:03    1483115

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Are you from St James hurl? Do you think they be allowed back into the championship? What was the issue about anyway....

hunting (Wexford) - Posts: 621 - 16/09/2013 17:07:15    1483120

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Heard about it in Taghmon on Saturday at Clongeen game ref messed up the score and harriers went through James were knocked out

hurlorhurley (Wexford) - Posts: 1428 - 16/09/2013 17:44:39    1483155

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Oylegate, Adamstown, Cloughbawn and the Martins are the weakest in that order. With the two weakest due to play each other at least one will survive.
I go for a Oylegate Cloughbawn relegation final with Cloughbawn winning.

Got it bang on but Cloughbawn very lucky to win in the end. Padge no where near up to his usual finishing standard and Blondie struckback twice in the second half after Oylegate had been awarded frees close in. Both times the ref threw it. The winning point was something though all the same.

Paull (Wexford) - Posts: 111 - 29/09/2013 15:49:31    1491341

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and Blondie struckback twice in the second half after Oylegate had been awarded frees close in

hard luck to oylegate but the more things change,the more they stay the same!

perfect10 (Wexford) - Posts: 3929 - 29/09/2013 17:02:27    1491378

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Was in the park today and slightly disappointed in both games. In the first I thought ferns were much the better team and the result was never in doubt. They were fitter, faster and slicker than the barntown team. I also felt that the barntown team didnt look at all fit and the focus of their game was to make it physical. How Ian Byrne was left virtually unmarked for the duration is beyond me. I understand that they left their wing back in to stop the ball into the full forward but surely a player like Byrne who can hit points from long range needed to be man marked. Not as if they weren't warned early on. Shels tried hard in the 2nd game but eventually came up short. Hopefully they keep developing and turn into a force in next few years. Some nice hurlers. Oulart keep rolling on. Its the final we all expected and now the only question is how close are ferns to them cause they are certainly 2nd best in d county at worst. Heres hoping for a good final on a fine day in the park.

freshoh (Wexford) - Posts: 131 - 06/10/2013 19:36:56    1496740

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Should be a good final,best 2 teams in the county,think yesterdays game will do ferns no harm at all as it will insure they won't be overly hyped and they won a game yesterday against a team who seemed as interested in a tussle as a hurling game,they might have crumbled in that situation in previous years

wexico15 (Wexford) - Posts: 3034 - 07/10/2013 21:48:39    1497512

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I thought Glynn-Barntown embarrassed themselves on Sunday. They had an obvious game plan to leave the hurl in late all over the field. The incident where one of their subs threw a ferns player into the crowd was disgusting. Serious sanctions required from the county board.

PT109 (Limerick) - Posts: 61 - 10/10/2013 15:10:43    1499037

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I fully agree with your view that Glynn had the wrong attitude, but you are wrong in what you say regarding the Glynn sub throwing a ferns player over the barrier. the sub in question originally got involved to stop a ferns player from confronting a different Glynn player. The sub had no business doing what he did but i kept my eye on him for the whole time that the row was going on and other than stopping the ferns player as i originally said he did absolutely nothing. He was hit at least four times by different Ferns lads near the sideline but in fairness to the man he did nothing to keep the row going, never hit anyone or did anything dangerous at all. The biggest joke was how the referee managed to give a free to glynn.
I was a neutral at this game.

890202 (Wexford) - Posts: 1232 - 10/10/2013 16:34:08    1499105

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Anyone not involved on the field of play laying a hand on a player is wrong. Majorly wrong. He did throw him over the barrier. If the Ferns player had been injured, what would have happened then?

PT109 (Limerick) - Posts: 61 - 10/10/2013 17:01:44    1499137

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Anyone not involved on the field of play laying a hand on a player is wrong. Majorly wrong. He did throw him over the barrier. If the Ferns player had been injured, what would have happened then?

I highlighted in my previous post the the glynn sub was wrong, i said he had no business doing what he did. He should have been sitting in the substitutes bench like the rest of the subs, but he did not throw him over the barrier.

If the ferns player had been injured he would most likely have been attended to by the medical person or physiotherapist with the ferns team. If the injury was deemed bad enough then he would have been substituted, and if necessary brought to hospital or If he was bleeding he would have been blood substituted (if he was able to return but got blood on his jersey then he would have returned with a bandage over the cut and a new jersey) if not he would have resumed his position (probably limping if it was a leg injury) when the play restarted, but i will repeat the glynn sub did not throw the ferns player over the barrier.

890202 (Wexford) - Posts: 1232 - 10/10/2013 17:50:08    1499165

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over the barrier! this is the 2nd time today i seen/heard about this.. as 890202 already said he was no where near being put out over the barrier .... the sub from glynn too was booked so action was taken by the ref..

Farcical stuff... nothing that has been seen before so lets not make a mountain out of a molehill.
Glynn's behaviour was like their game that day, poor.

freddy2 (Wexford) - Posts: 215 - 10/10/2013 19:33:05    1499229

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Just a point, Oulart are going for a history making 5 in a row. Would they rightful claim to be the greatest club team in Wexford hurling if they win as no one else will have achieved it. Some fantastic players who have given their all over a long number years. Have had to over come massive disappointments in Leinster but still keep coming back.

luvgaa (Wexford) - Posts: 154 - 10/10/2013 20:20:51    1499271

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