Cork Senior Football 2020

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Re: Cork Senior Football 2020

Postby Tanora » Sat Feb 22, 2020 7:53 pm

You'd hope Tipp are playing with a strong breeze up there as 12 point is a huge score to concede in one half. The most Tipp have scored in any match in the league so far is 11
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Re: Cork Senior Football 2020

Postby stfrancis » Sat Feb 22, 2020 8:41 pm

That’s an unreal score to concede in a football match, Tipp weren’t scoring at all until now. Unless this team are at full pelt from start to finish they are a division 3 team. A win is a win but very difficult to assess how good they are
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Re: Cork Senior Football 2020

Postby tipp-ex » Sat Feb 22, 2020 8:42 pm

Much improved 2nd half, won 3-13 to 0-21. That's 2 home and 2 away wins so sets em up nicely, 21 scores conceded is a concern
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Re: Cork Senior Football 2020

Postby northcorklad » Sat Feb 22, 2020 9:25 pm

Good win after the bad start. The concession rate tonight and the 20 points conceded against Limerick both happened when Thomas Clancy wasn't minding things in the full back line, hopefully he's not injured because he's hugely important to this team at the moment. Cathail O'Mahony being subbed when he was on fire was strange unless he was carrying an injury or something coming into today; Colm O'Callaghan is a good player but is more of a target man and not a like for like swap with him. Powter seemed hugely involved, commentary said he moved out to half back line in the first half which is probably his best position. Would be nice if we could win the remaining three, not sure how many teams in any division have won all their games in their pool in recent years and would very much show that Cork falling to division 3 is a huge anomaly.
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Re: Cork Senior Football 2020

Postby Ranty » Sat Feb 22, 2020 9:31 pm

If anything ever happened to Deane we would sink to Division 4.
What a cuckoo management team we have.
Connolly spills possession, gets thick with the robber, gets a YELLOW card with 10 minutes left.
What does McCarthy and O Neill do?
Call our best scorer O Mahony ashore and replace him with O Callaghan who wont score much. He's good at other things.
Even the totally unbiased (sic) commentators on Tipp FM are baffled.
The Tipp midfield and half forwards are going through us like a knife through butter.
They score 21 points, ( a hurling score) and do we bring in a defender?
I'm not sure at what stage Sam Ryan came on ( Blame Tipp FM) but it seems he steadied the ship.
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Re: Cork Senior Football 2020

Postby CORKFAN » Sat Feb 22, 2020 10:01 pm

Ranty wrote:If anything ever happened to Deane we would sink to Division 4.
What a cuckoo management team we have.
Connolly spills possession, gets thick with the robber, gets a YELLOW card with 10 minutes left.
What does McCarthy and O Neill do?
Call our best scorer O Mahony ashore and replace him with O Callaghan who wont score much. He's good at other things.
Even the totally unbiased (sic) commentators on Tipp FM are baffled.
The Tipp midfield and half forwards are going through us like a knife through butter.
They score 21 points, ( a hurling score) and do we bring in a defender?
I'm not sure at what stage Sam Ryan came on ( Blame Tipp FM) but it seems he steadied the ship.


Sam Tyan did not come on it was Liam O Donovan who also replaced Ryan on the bench....
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Re: Cork Senior Football 2020

Postby Lurker » Mon Feb 24, 2020 8:43 am

northcorklad wrote:Would be nice if we could win the remaining three, not sure how many teams in any division have won all their games in their pool in recent years and would very much show that Cork falling to division 3 is a huge anomaly.


Despite winning, I think the competitive nature of most/all of our games show that it's not much of an anomaly at all. I think it's probably safe enough to assume, too, that we'd lose more than we'd win right now had we been lucky enough to escape in Division 2 last year. So maybe we were better off being relegated as it would have been much worse to drop this year, as things have turned out. Derry is our 'cup final' now, win that and top spot is all but assured, with Louth at home to follow. 0-21 conceded is farcical stuff at this modest level of football, worrying.
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Re: Cork Senior Football 2020

Postby Dorcha » Mon Feb 24, 2020 12:23 pm

There is a stark difference between the way Cork played against Kerry last year in the Munster final, the Super 8 qualification match plus the matches against Dublin and Tyrone, and the way they played against Roscommon and the way they have played since. Will the real Cork, full of fire and verve, please stand up.
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Re: Cork Senior Football 2020

Postby Ranty » Mon Feb 24, 2020 5:45 pm

Dorcha wrote:There is a stark difference between the way Cork played against Kerry last year in the Munster final, the Super 8 qualification match plus the matches against Dublin and Tyrone, and the way they played against Roscommon and the way they have played since. Will the real Cork, full of fire and verve, please stand up.


The 'real' Cork played Tipp on Saturday night. " Tadg a dhá thaomh" as my grandmother used to say when describing somebody less than straight. :)
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Re: Cork Senior Football 2020

Postby Dorcha » Thu Feb 27, 2020 10:19 pm

The Cork Senior Football Team to play Derry in Round 5 of the National Football League has been announced.

1. Anthony Casey  – Kiskeam
2. Tomás Clancy – Fermoy
3. Maurice Shanley  – Clonakilty
4. Paul Ring  – Aghabullogue
5. Liam O’ Donovan  – Clonakilty
6. Sean Powter  – Douglas
7. Mattie Taylor – Mallow
8. Ian Maguire  – St Finbarr’s (Captain)
9. Killian O’ Hanlon – Kilshannig
10. John O’ Rourke  – Carbery Rangers
11. Sean White  – Clonakilty
12. Brian Hartnett – Douglas
13. Paul Kerrigan  – Nemo Rangers
14. Luke Connolly – Nemo Rangers
15. Damien Gore  – Kilmacabea
16. Micheál Martin – Nemo Rangers
17. Sam Ryan  – St Finbarrs
18. James Loughrey  – Mallow
19. Kevin O’ Donovan  – Nemo Rangers
20. Sean Meehan  – Kiskeam
21. Paul Walsh  – Kanturk
22. Mark Collins – Castlehaven
23. Eoghan McSweeney – Knockagree
24. Colm O’ Callaghan – Eire Óg
25. Michael Hurley  – Castlehaven
26. Cathail O’ Mahony  – Mitchelstown

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