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I would imagine that there would be many missing but I'm not sure of the situation. Personally I couldn't imagine it being cancelled for such a circumstance.

666 (UK) - Posts: 28 - 19/10/2015 16:26:27    1800270


I wouldn't mind the ref blew up both halves of extra time early, when both sides would of just preferred someone to win it rather than having to travel all that way again

d_jingler (Sligo) - Posts: 45 - 19/10/2015 16:40:30    1800279


He didn't blow up early. he played 30 seconds over in each half. If anything he should have blown up after the puck out at the end of the match but no damage done, he reffed it well i thought.

hardandlow (UK) - Posts: 19 - 20/10/2015 09:32:27    1800451


Can anyone provide a detailed report of the game? Who played well for each side? Should one of the teams taken the win or was the draw a fair reflection of efforts?

Deadwood (Limerick) - Posts: 55 - 20/10/2015 14:05:45    1800594


I'm sure Deadwood if you buy a copy of the Irish Post will give you a full breakdown of the match. Maybe even try go to the replay this weekend see it live?

tdawg90 (Galway) - Posts: 60 - 21/10/2015 11:26:04    1800861


What was the final result yesterday?

tdawg90 (Galway) - Posts: 60 - 26/10/2015 10:06:21    1801908


Fullen won by a couple of points. 0-13 to 0-11 or something like that.
Not sure of the exact score

ArAisAris (UK) - Posts: 39 - 26/10/2015 10:48:58    1801920


Fullen 0.12 Murpheys 0.11

Murpheys be gutted left this after them. They were 0.10 to 0.7 up going into final 10/15 minutes

daskip89 (Galway) - Posts: 234 - 26/10/2015 16:13:47    1801995


Credit must be given to Fullen Gaels, they have lost big players this year (from what I am reading on these forums at least), were rattled against Fulham Irish and were taken to a replay against Fr Murphys yet still came out on top in all. Plus they have been on the road for a while now so you would have expected the hunger to be gone, which doesnt seem the case in hinesight.

Best of luck in the All Ireland series Fullen

chanceit (UK) - Posts: 38 - 27/10/2015 10:47:41    1802148


What time and where shield is semi final between Barnanbas v Declan's. Should be a real battle in store after what happened earlier in the year

666 (UK) - Posts: 28 - 10/11/2015 11:32:06    1805859


666: throw in at 2pm in Pairc Na Heireann

tdawg90 (Galway) - Posts: 60 - 10/11/2015 12:19:33    1805889


on sunday the 15th

tdawg90 (Galway) - Posts: 60 - 10/11/2015 12:22:12    1805892


Thanks tdawg90, have a few things on Sunday morning but will try get to it, expecting a tight feisty contest between the two teams hopefully be proven right

666 (UK) - Posts: 28 - 10/11/2015 19:17:45    1806129


What happened during the year??

daskip89 (Galway) - Posts: 234 - 11/11/2015 09:44:52    1806248


All Britain Shiled Semi Final Results:
St Barnabus 2.13 vs St. Declans 2.09
Wolfe Tones 2.19 vs Emeralds 4.08

Final down for Pairc na Eireann Saturday 28th November
St Barnabus vs Wolfe Tones

This means that Barnabus and Wolfe Tones will be playing in the All Britain Junior Championship next year, Declans will have to wait for another year to get back up!

DNFWTGaa (UK) - Posts: 48 - 16/11/2015 10:59:52    1807529


All Britain Shield Final Results:
St Barnabus 1.09 vs Wolfe Tones 0.10

With the background of airplanes struggling to land at Birmingham Airport, it was far from ideal conditions for both teams, however everyone got on with it and it ended up being a tough, competitive game. Wolfe Tones lead from the off, they were winning 7pts to 4pts at half time however Barnabus kept battling and were rewarded when they scored the only goal of the match to take the lead (1.08 to 0.10) with 5 min left on the clock.

Fair play to the BPC and Pairc na Eireann who organised a piper, officials and hot food for afterwards, its good to see the competition given the respect it deserves.

DNFWTGaa (UK) - Posts: 48 - 30/11/2015 09:54:41    1810508