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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by damianmcr » Wed Mar 14, 2018 1:19 pm

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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by pwrmoore » Wed Mar 14, 2018 1:40 pm

damianmcr wrote:Image

Shambles
Why is this a shambles? Apart from the lack of notice it is getting the A team out and about in the province where youngsters involved in the sport get a chance to see professional(ish) sport. Presumably those at the school (and hopefully those at other local schools) who wish to watch will be allowed to finish early to see the match.

I've been wishing they would do this at club grounds around the 9 counties for years.
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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Dave » Wed Mar 14, 2018 1:56 pm

pwrmoore wrote:
damianmcr wrote:Image

Shambles
Why is this a shambles? Apart from the lack of notice it is getting the A team out and about in the province where youngsters involved in the sport get a chance to see professional(ish) sport. Presumably those at the school (and hopefully those at other local schools) who wish to watch will be allowed to finish early to see the match.

I've been wishing they would do this at club grounds around the 9 counties for years.
Lack of notice, awful time, unsafe location etc. Therefore a shambles...
I have my own tv channel, what have you got?

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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by pwrmoore » Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:04 pm

Dave wrote:
pwrmoore wrote:
damianmcr wrote:Image

Shambles
Why is this a shambles? Apart from the lack of notice it is getting the A team out and about in the province where youngsters involved in the sport get a chance to see professional(ish) sport. Presumably those at the school (and hopefully those at other local schools) who wish to watch will be allowed to finish early to see the match.

I've been wishing they would do this at club grounds around the 9 counties for years.
Lack of notice, awful time, unsafe location etc. Therefore a shambles...
Absolutely the lack of notice is a problem - but if this is about getting schoolkids who can't readily get to Belfast interested in the game and aspiring to play the game professionally themselves or even or to just go to watch the full team at Ravenhill sometime the timing and location look great
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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Dave » Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:09 pm

pwrmoore wrote:
Dave wrote:
pwrmoore wrote:
damianmcr wrote:Image

Shambles
Why is this a shambles? Apart from the lack of notice it is getting the A team out and about in the province where youngsters involved in the sport get a chance to see professional(ish) sport. Presumably those at the school (and hopefully those at other local schools) who wish to watch will be allowed to finish early to see the match.

I've been wishing they would do this at club grounds around the 9 counties for years.
Lack of notice, awful time, unsafe location etc. Therefore a shambles...
Absolutely the lack of notice is a problem - but if this is about getting schoolkids who can't readily get to Belfast interested in the game and aspiring to play the game professionally themselves or even or to just go to watch the full team at Ravenhill sometime the timing and location look great
No point in having interest if you're a kid living in Banbridge. There they prefer to buy in.
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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by pwrmoore » Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:10 pm

Dave wrote:
pwrmoore wrote:
Dave wrote:
pwrmoore wrote:
damianmcr wrote:Image

Shambles
Why is this a shambles? Apart from the lack of notice it is getting the A team out and about in the province where youngsters involved in the sport get a chance to see professional(ish) sport. Presumably those at the school (and hopefully those at other local schools) who wish to watch will be allowed to finish early to see the match.

I've been wishing they would do this at club grounds around the 9 counties for years.
Lack of notice, awful time, unsafe location etc. Therefore a shambles...
Absolutely the lack of notice is a problem - but if this is about getting schoolkids who can't readily get to Belfast interested in the game and aspiring to play the game professionally themselves or even or to just go to watch the full team at Ravenhill sometime the timing and location look great
No point in having interest if you're a kid living in Banbridge. There they prefer to buy in.
Ah, so you were making cheap jibes then. I thought you were serious.
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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Kofi Annan » Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:14 pm

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damianmcr wrote:Haven't they said it will be moved Russ?
Gone to Inst ...

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Banbridge pitch sh1t, cant cope with the big boys on it
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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Russ » Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:15 pm

Dave wrote:
pwrmoore wrote:
damianmcr wrote:Image

Shambles
Why is this a shambles? Apart from the lack of notice it is getting the A team out and about in the province where youngsters involved in the sport get a chance to see professional(ish) sport. Presumably those at the school (and hopefully those at other local schools) who wish to watch will be allowed to finish early to see the match.

I've been wishing they would do this at club grounds around the 9 counties for years.
Lack of notice, awful time, unsafe location etc. Therefore a shambles...
The pitch sits on Mount Misery

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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Kofi Annan » Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:19 pm

Dave wrote:
pwrmoore wrote:
damianmcr wrote:Image

Shambles
Why is this a shambles? Apart from the lack of notice it is getting the A team out and about in the province where youngsters involved in the sport get a chance to see professional(ish) sport. Presumably those at the school (and hopefully those at other local schools) who wish to watch will be allowed to finish early to see the match.

I've been wishing they would do this at club grounds around the 9 counties for years.
Lack of notice, awful time, unsafe location etc. Therefore a shambles...
Disagree David, it was advertised some days ago at the Club, i assume there is an issue with the pitch due to the foul weather and those fat f=ckers in Banbridge digging up the pitch, so why not move it to a school where they can have the chance to host a game, i would guess this is designed to get some boys a run out prior to B&! cup apart from the 9-10 U20s being brought in , but a chance for some to put the hand up, (oh er missus, thinking of PJ there)

Great move by the Branch and no doubt Logan planned it and will be there with his media man to fence of questions from year 12s
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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Russ » Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:36 pm

Kofi Annan wrote:
Dave wrote:
pwrmoore wrote:
damianmcr wrote:Image

Shambles
Why is this a shambles? Apart from the lack of notice it is getting the A team out and about in the province where youngsters involved in the sport get a chance to see professional(ish) sport. Presumably those at the school (and hopefully those at other local schools) who wish to watch will be allowed to finish early to see the match.

I've been wishing they would do this at club grounds around the 9 counties for years.
Lack of notice, awful time, unsafe location etc. Therefore a shambles...
Disagree David, it was advertised some days ago at the Club, i assume there is an issue with the pitch due to the foul weather and those fat f=ckers in Banbridge digging up the pitch, so why not move it to a school where they can have the chance to host a game, i would guess this is designed to get some boys a run out prior to B&! cup apart from the 9-10 U20s being brought in , but a chance for some to put the hand up, (oh er missus, thinking of PJ there)

Great move by the Branch and no doubt Logan planned it and will be there with his media man to fence of questions from year 12s
Banbridge pitch is struggling with the adverse weather and better to protect it for the club

Then it went to RBAI

For some reason it's now back at Banbridge

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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Russ » Thu Mar 15, 2018 7:32 pm

Banbridge at Armagh tonight

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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Rooster » Thu Mar 15, 2018 9:18 pm

Russ wrote:Banbridge at Armagh tonight

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10 - 3 at present :D
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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Rooster » Thu Mar 15, 2018 9:20 pm

10 - 6
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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Rooster » Thu Mar 15, 2018 9:30 pm

Feck 10 - 13
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Re: Ulster sides in UBL

Post by Rooster » Thu Mar 15, 2018 9:35 pm

Half time 15 - 13 :D
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