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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby dublane » Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:58 pm

Well done to Omagh and Coleraine. Q1and Q2 champions
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby Neill_M » Sun Mar 19, 2017 2:19 pm

Ards going down to Q2. Donaghadee to Q3. Dromore will prob host CI in the Q1/Q2 playoff. UUC will prob host PSNI in Q2/Q3 one.

Of course if Omagh get into the AIL, some of the above will change.


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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby TheSnapper » Sun Mar 19, 2017 2:36 pm

Neill_M wrote:Ards going down to Q2. Donaghadee to Q3. Dromore will prob host CI in the Q1/Q2 playoff. UUC will prob host PSNI in Q2/Q3 one.

Of course if Omagh get into the AIL, some of the above will change.


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Dee would be better of going to Junior Rugby Q3 would kill them off as a club, is the Divas that are Bangor safe? Seems to be going to shît on the Gold Coast , money only buys short term success , after all these years you would think teams would have learnt their lesson , well except for Inst who couldn't win a league if they bought Dan Carter
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby Neill_M » Sun Mar 19, 2017 2:47 pm

TheSnapper wrote:
Neill_M wrote:Ards going down to Q2. Donaghadee to Q3. Dromore will prob host CI in the Q1/Q2 playoff. UUC will prob host PSNI in Q2/Q3 one.

Of course if Omagh get into the AIL, some of the above will change.


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Dee would be better of going to Junior Rugby Q3 would kill them off as a club, is the Divas that are Bangor safe? Seems to be going to shît on the Gold Coast , money only buys short term success , after all these years you would think teams would have learnt their lesson , well except for Inst who couldn't win a league if they bought Dan Carter


Bangor are 12 pts ahead of the bottom side Boyne with 4 games left, so should be ok but not locked in yet.


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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby therealspratt » Sun Mar 19, 2017 6:08 pm

Surprised that CI didn't come first in Q2, they seemed to be tanking all before them at the start of the season!
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby armalig » Sun Mar 19, 2017 9:31 pm

well done to Omagh Accies 1sts....great season :cheers: :D :D :cheers:
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby Neill_M » Sun Apr 02, 2017 1:15 pm

After Sat, CI confirmed as 2nd in Q2 and will travel to Dromore in Q1/Q2 playoff.

Ballymoney have won Q3, with PSNI confirmed as 2nd. Will travel to UUC for the playoff.

Bad start for Omagh in AIL Playoffs, beaten at home by Malahide.


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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby CIMANFOREVER » Sun Apr 02, 2017 3:00 pm

therealspratt wrote:Surprised that CI didn't come first in Q2, they seemed to be tanking all before them at the start of the season!

The usual fs :banghead: plus ca change... >flog
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby UlsterNo9 » Sun Apr 02, 2017 3:31 pm

What happened at Donaghadee this season? Hate to see any team implode, hopefully get themselves back on track next season with the slate wiped clean.
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby Gerald the Mole » Sun Apr 02, 2017 6:39 pm

UlsterNo9 wrote:What happened at Donaghadee this season? Hate to see any team implode, hopefully get themselves back on track next season with the slate wiped clean.


Hiring shît coaches over the past couple of years did not help, especially when the players knew how shît they were. And then the last one realised how shît he was and left after quarter a season , leaving them even more downhearted, credit to the guys who tried to turn it round, but I fear it's too late, I hope they make the right decision next year with regards to the level they want to compete at I fear that Q3 will ruin them, if they start losing games some of those players won't travel to Monaghan, Cavan, Virginia etc to get a tanking, but then maybe the branch might redesign the league into regions to accommodate them for internal reasons.

I know Quins said they won't go to Q1, what if they do, will it Feçk up promotion / relegation.

Quins , Rainey , Derry all need help.
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby Snipe Watson » Sun Apr 02, 2017 9:12 pm

Gerald the Mole wrote:
UlsterNo9 wrote:What happened at Donaghadee this season? Hate to see any team implode, hopefully get themselves back on track next season with the slate wiped clean.


Hiring shît coaches over the past couple of years did not help, especially when the players knew how shît they were. And then the last one realised how shît he was and left after quarter a season , leaving them even more downhearted, credit to the guys who tried to turn it round, but I fear it's too late, I hope they make the right decision next year with regards to the level they want to compete at I fear that Q3 will ruin them, if they start losing games some of those players won't travel to Monaghan, Cavan, Virginia etc to get a tanking, but then maybe the branch might redesign the league into regions to accommodate them for internal reasons.

I know Quins said they won't go to Q1, what if they do, will it Feçk up promotion / relegation.

Quins , Rainey , Derry all need help.

There have been a number of clubs struggling to stay afloat for a while now. The whole thing needs looked at.
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby Gerald the Mole » Mon Apr 03, 2017 8:16 am

Snipe Watson wrote:
Gerald the Mole wrote:
UlsterNo9 wrote:What happened at Donaghadee this season? Hate to see any team implode, hopefully get themselves back on track next season with the slate wiped clean.


Hiring shît coaches over the past couple of years did not help, especially when the players knew how shît they were. And then the last one realised how shît he was and left after quarter a season , leaving them even more downhearted, credit to the guys who tried to turn it round, but I fear it's too late, I hope they make the right decision next year with regards to the level they want to compete at I fear that Q3 will ruin them, if they start losing games some of those players won't travel to Monaghan, Cavan, Virginia etc to get a tanking, but then maybe the branch might redesign the league into regions to accommodate them for internal reasons.

I know Quins said they won't go to Q1, what if they do, will it Feçk up promotion / relegation.

Quins , Rainey , Derry all need help.

There have been a number of clubs struggling to stay afloat for a while now. The whole thing needs looked at.


The branch says it is, but it really is a matter of the emperor fiddling while Rome burns,
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby Neill_M » Sun Apr 09, 2017 9:29 pm

Playoffs on Sat:

Q1/2 Dromore v CIYMS
Q2/3 UUC v PSNI


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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Apr 09, 2017 9:49 pm

TheSnapper wrote:
Neill_M wrote:Ards going down to Q2. Donaghadee to Q3. Dromore will prob host CI in the Q1/Q2 playoff. UUC will prob host PSNI in Q2/Q3 one.

Of course if Omagh get into the AIL, some of the above will change.


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Dee would be better of going to Junior Rugby Q3 would kill them off as a club, is the Divas that are Bangor safe? Seems to be going to shît on the Gold Coast , money only buys short term success , after all these years you would think teams would have learnt their lesson , well except for Inst who couldn't win a league if they bought Dan Carter


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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Postby Gerald the Mole » Sun Apr 09, 2017 10:04 pm

Yes old news, Bangor held on, Ards in free fall , Dee in dire straits, and if they don't go down a few more leagues voluntarily I fear for them. ARds have big ambitions, but more a wet dream than anything.

Both have something in common, they hired shît coaches and that helped the slide,

Bangor have it all to lose, they have enjoyed the year, enjoyed the pi$h ups, but if they want to do better they will have to grow up.
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