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TOPIC: Ultan Kelm

pollyanna Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #43

pollyanna
Hey, you gotta keep your hand in with that type of footy - just in case some Ultan bloke pops around for a kegger (or something):

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heycharger Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #44

heycharger
It was good to see teams other than Dublin in the All-Ireland final this year - before 2021 they'd won 8 of the last 10 finals.

But Mayo - sheez it looks like their fans have taken a bit of punishment over the years!

And can anyone work out the new 'mark' rule they've introduced in Gaelic Football? It's new since 2017, a significant borrowing from AFL - even calling it a 'mark'. Though when I was watching that All Ireland final, I couldn't work it out because sometimes a mark was awarded and sometimes not. It's got to be over 20 metres, but there's also something about 45 metre lines. It looks like over a period of years they have increased the role of the mark, which makes sense from our perspective, though it makes for a very quick game when there's no stoppage after catching the ball. GAA football is a fast game with few stoppages.

Croke Park - by the way - is third largest stadium in Europe - 82,000* - which is mostly only used for GAA games including gaelic football and hurling (In fact GAA have a got a rule about only playing GAA codes at Croke Park). It's another similarity between theirs and our game - they love it and it draws huge crowds, but it's more-or-less a one country/island football code. They have to protect their game from the encroachment of more dominant codes like soccer and rugby.

* Wikipedia - I didn't actually know any of this beforehand.
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Corporal Agarn Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #45

Corporal Agarn
"It was good to see teams other than Dublin in the All-Ireland final this year - before 2021 they'd won 8 of the last 10 finals."
Sounds like the Irish equivalent of. Subibloodyaco.

After all those keggers Polly seems to have, I think he's pretty much into hurling too.
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Raglan Matt Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #46

Raglan Matt
The best thing about Gaelic footy, is that they don't change the rules 5 times a season, so everyone can talk to their grandad about the footy and they are all on the same page.
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shane Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #47

shane
Speaking of which...the programme from the 1981 WA v Kerry Gaelic football match. I don't remember why I have this, I assume it was something my great uncle had in his stuff.

drive.google.com/file/d/1urExD6EbFH4tCEY...sEX/view?usp=sharing
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Corporal Agarn Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #48

Corporal Agarn
Three Sth Femantle to two East Fremantle reps. How can this be?
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shane Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #49

shane
Much higher quality though
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heycharger Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #50

heycharger
Matt - maybe but it seems the GAA do make changes to their rules. Like us, they can trial or change rules without having to negotiate with international committees etc etc.

Another new GAA introduction - which came in after Covid - was the short water breaks, to be called by the ump/ref at the halfway point of each half. Initially this was introduced during Covid so players weren't sharing water bottles(!) but now it appears they might keep these quarter-time breaks. The commentators during the All Ireland were referring to play either side of these breaks as 'quarters', as though it's now a thing.

This plus 'marking' are two ingredients of AFL which have made their way into Gaelic Football in recent years - presumably these came from their experience playing International Rules/AFL.

That aside, I don't know if Gaelic Football has seen equivalents to the tactical developments AFL has - eg the rolling presses, clusters, etc - and regularly adapts their game to these changes, like AFL does.
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hypen Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #51

hypen
I don't know why stuff like that floats my boat so much. If I recall we kind of got flogged and started heaps of fights. It's great they put the players' occupation on their profile.

I always thought Basil Campbell worked as a Bounty Hunter for those who skipped bail.

But more importantly, I'd always go the blue trim volleys, green and gold looked like you were trying too hard.
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pollyanna Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #52

pollyanna
That programme pdf is a ripper Shane.
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Raglan Matt Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #53

Raglan Matt
Hey Charger, those rule changes are not major in their effect on how the game is played & umpired, and not a reaction to a short term coaching strategy. The umpires & supporters don't have to try and guess what the rules actually mean.
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Raglan Matt Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #54

Raglan Matt
Hypen, do you reckon many people said to Basil, "Naah Bazz, I'm not buying that car, it's a lemon" It would have been more like "A '71 Valiant station wagon with 450,00 k's on the clock for $25,000, what a bargain, Bazz, can you arrange finance?"

( Walking in the door) Noel Carter, "No problems mate"
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Walter the baker Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #55

Walter the baker
Re the lack of rule changes : perhaps the amateur status of Gaelic footballers has limited their capacity to commit to the same fitness levels that drive evolving AFL tactics which in turn drive rule changes?

Re the ‘81 game: that is a serious line up of players for WA. What was the final result?
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Dropkick Ultan Kelm 1 month 1 week ago #56

Dropkick
No smoking or betting adds in that program? We were a pure lot back then.
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