Trillick (@1.72) vs Coalisland (@2.5)
30-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Trillick will win

Trillick – Coalisland Match Prediction | 30-09-2019 08:30

It is also believe that Mickey Harte has been aware of this tactic to be used against them for some time now and, instead of trying to go for goals which they are not good at, big-biceped players like Mattie Donnelly and Mark Bradley will run towards the posts and shake them when Tyrone attack, especially when Morgan is taking a free kick, in the hope of tumbling the Derry roofers.

He said no Im not, you rotters, but the biggest heavy with a tattooed neck lifted him and stuck him in the bin. I could see the county board officals hiding behind a wall watching. They did a number on us. About six big lads from Omagh and Tattyreagh arrived like juiced-up bouncers and demanded we all pay 5.99 for the wet gear. Fair play to wee Mark Bradley.

Id hadnt a clue that it was my wife I was tackling in the car park at Edendork Hall. Looking back now, I remember thinking it was odd she said this is some handlin when we spotted the Bishop of Armagh pulling up in a motor with a blade from Keady. She was dressed up as a dentist with a Russian accent, whilst I pretended to be a farmer from the west of the county like Aghyaran.

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And then Taylor headed into Sullivans and bought about 2 millions bags of crisps and fired them out from the lorry using his snooker cue. Although it was 32 years ago, and Ive yet to turn 30, I definitely remember being there and seeing Taylor arriving on the back of an enormous cement lorry accompanied by Philomena Begley singing Hes Got The Whole World In His Hands.

Following allegations of shenanigans from the Red Hand County, it has been alleged that Kevin McKernan, the Down midfielder, was responsible for the theft of Colm Cavanaghs dog Marley last week, who thankfully turned up alive and barking in Stewartstown. All the best Marley. Our best wishes go out to Marley, in his recovery of what must have been a very stressful thirty minutes spent in Stewartstown.

Id say hes not overly fond of Edendork what with their gambling and all in that bingo hall. And St Malachy wasnt half the man Columba was. Pope Francis is obviously keeping a close eye on Urney St Columbas this year. Were not getting complacent or anything but surely this is a sign that the man above is watching over us in our pursuit of senior status.

A rash of inexplicable wins and draws over the past two weeks have led to an international chair of experts being assembled and called to Garvaghey to investigate. The expert panel consisting of Bruce Grobbelaar, John Higgins and Lance Armstrong were due to be flown to Tyrone today and have apparently been watching video footage of Division One and Two games from last weekend on the plane.

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Greencastles Aaron Donnelly thought he had scored the winning goal in the 32nd minute. A long ball into the box was watched carefully by Conor Carson, who palmed to the net. There was four minutes of the eight minutes left to play when Ryan McCaughey scored what they thought was going to be the winner. Then Clogher went down to the other end of the field, forced a diving save from the Greencastle defence, before Jamie Callaghan hammered to the net. But Greencastle had one final move.

His 1-7 in the replay cemented the Cookstown man as Dublins nemesis that year. Mulligan, who has reportedly shed 3 stone by running up and down Cookstown Main Street during the middle of the night, memorably tortured the capitals team in 2005 over two games including a goal which some describe the greatest theyve seen in the famed headquarter turf.

A herd of Carrickmore people, an abomination of Eglish ones, a gaggle of Gortin folk, an ambush of Cappagh lads, an annoyance of Aghalooians,a buffoonery of Brocagh women, a clatter of Clogher people, a dose of Donaghmore ones, a dungheap of Dregish folk, an embarrassment of Augher boys, a groan of Galbally girls, a lump of Loughmacrory people, a maul of Moortowns, a mess of Strabane folk, a plague of Coalisland lads, a prick of Derrytresk ones, a rabble of Ardboe players, and a shitload of Cookstown people.

Taking advantage of the bookies odds of 2/1, dozens of Cookstown punters have lumped on Tyrone due to their heros physical conditioning. Dublins 30-game unbeaten record in league and championship, going right back to March 1st, 2015, sees them as odds-on favourites for Saturday nights clash despite Mulligans imminent arrival.