UK Forum

Lancashire Senior Championship

(Oldest Posts First) - Go To The Latest Post


Re. Brendans points: The final is between Peters and Mitchells, so what 'could have been' is irrelevant really. In essence, Brendans may have lost it due to poor finishing but it was also apparent that Peters missed a high number of scores, especially towards the end of the first half. At this point, the game or result will not have any bearing on Sundays outcome.

Yes Mitchells were heavily weakened during the Pennine League final, but no doubt so were Peters, thus as I said previously it will have no real reflection on the outcome. Given the weather of late and the impending wet conditions, the refereeing will play a very signifincant role on Sunday. It is a big pity that the hurling and football finals are on the same day. People working in the UK are not here, typically, for the good of their health thus some form of allowance for lads being dual players should be taken account of. Its not like there is a million lads over here and the teams are able to call on 30+ players for any match. Again it appears the heirarchy of the GAA are trying to make a point, that may only reduce the standard of football on show, thus biting themselves in the back!!!

Superman114 (UK) - Posts: 6 - 12/10/2012 13:36:52    1282132

Link

St Peters Senior County Champions

3-7 to 0-12

tribesman_10 (Galway) - Posts: 96 - 15/10/2012 12:59:13    1283291

Link

Peters by 4, good prediction!!! Maybe I found my calling.

Great game yesterday, very exciting and action packed. St Peters dominated for spells in the first half and John Mitchells dominated for spells in the second half, but at the end of the day goals win games and three goals is too much to match with a points tally.

St Peters looked very strong in their inside forwardline, and having three good scorers in Coyne, O'Malley and Hughes, it proved too much for a side that mainly consisted of one scorer in Molloy. At the end of the day it was a great advertisement for UK football, and hopefully the champions can now go on and represent Lancashire well in the All Britain...

Superman114 (UK) - Posts: 6 - 15/10/2012 16:53:09    1283488

Link

Quarter Final Club All Britain Championship

St Peters v Cucullains

Beeston, Leeds

2.00pm

Oooooo it should be a cracker!!!!!

tribesman_10 (Galway) - Posts: 96 - 18/10/2012 10:55:15    1284820

Link