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Tried to check the results on the county website of the football today and I'm being told 'The competition doesn't exist'. Well that concerns me!

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#17

Mountainlad said:
Tried to check the results on the county website of the football today and I'm being told 'The competition doesn't exist'. Well that concerns me!


You could say the county board have the same attitude some of the time too.

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Deise Tom Banned
#18

Mountainlad said:
Tried to check the results on the county website of the football today and I'm being told 'The competition doesn't exist'. Well that concerns me!



Which competition in Particular. Most of them are up there. I would love to see someone come up with the idea to have the Ladies Football and Camogie results put up as well.

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Deise Tom said:
Which competition in Particular. Most of them are up there. I would love to see someone come up with the idea to have the Ladies Football and Camogie results put up as well.


Think it was just it hadn't fully loaded or whatever. Thought it was funny though like, as opposed to it saying error or something "This competition doesn't exist". Well, las time I checked we did have a senior football championship in this county.

deise_girl Moderator
#20

Still wish Waterford GAA had an official twitter like most other counties have, the amount of convenience it would ensure...

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#21

deise_girl said:
Still wish Waterford GAA had an official twitter like most other counties have, the amount of convenience it would ensure...


Who runs these twitter pages?

deise_girl Moderator
#22

Mountainlad said:
Who runs these twitter pages?


The people that run the websites I assume?
http://twitter.com/#!/OfficialCorkGAA
http://twitter.com/#!/LimerickCLG
http://twitter.com/#!/TipperaryGAA

#23



Maybe a job for yourself?

deise_girl Moderator
#24

Mountainlad said:
Maybe a job for yourself?


But then I'd have to find out the results to give them to others, and thats part of the problem, I wanna find out results :L

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deise_girl said:
But then I'd have to find out the results to give them to others, and thats part of the problem, I wanna find out results :L


As they happen? The website is kept reasonably up to date for Senior games.

Deise Tom Banned
#26

deise_girl said:
Still wish Waterford GAA had an official twitter like most other counties have, the amount of convenience it would ensure...



Guess its a lack of man power.

Deise Tom Banned
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Munster Council also has a page, and i think Kerry has one as well.

mccarthy37 Registered User
#28

Well done to the junior Camogie team for their great win yesterday. Best of luck in the All Ireland. Waterford women showing the men how its done again.

Deise Tom Banned
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mccarthy37 said:
Well done to the junior Camogie team for their great win yesterday. Best of luck in the All Ireland. Waterford women showing the men how its done again.



3rd time lucky hopefully

Daysha Registered User
#30

I've been saying the same thing about Twitter for a long time as well. It doesn't require any extra manpower, just a case of giving the waterfordgaa.com webmaster a brief lesson on it. You'd lose count on the amount of new GAA info you'd find on the site if you follow the right people, and I know it's the first port of call for many CB's when announcing teams.

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