I have to take my hat off to Tyrone. When it became clear that Healy Park, Omagh was unplayable in the hours leading up to last weekend's Allianz Football League game against Kerry, officials in the Red Hand County did not hang about.
When Kerry full-forward and captain David Clifford incurred a yellow card in the first half of his team's Allianz Football League Division One defeat to Tyrone last weekend, there were those who were of the view that it was a portent of things to come.
There is no one any more guilty than me when it comes to constantly banging on about needless stoppages and senseless rule changes which I feel are being persistently introduced to football, but it now transpires we're not alone.
I'm honoured to have been given a framed shirt and Irish League title medal by Crusaders legend Declan Caddell. As a life-long Crusaders fan it really means a lot because the medal is obviously something he could have handed down to his family.
I'm not sure if Warrenpoint's young keeper Mark Byrne had any aspirations of playing professional football across the water - but if he did - then those hopes and dreams may just have been quashed by his moment of madness at Millfield last Saturday.
The Irish FA Disciplinary Committee are set to meet this week to discuss the mayhem at Milltown last Saturday when Warrenpoint Town goalkeeper Mark Byrne left the pitch, jumped over the fence behind the goal and ended up fighting and grappling with Ballymena United fans.
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