Annaduff (@1.08) vs Bornacoola (@7.0)

Our Prediction:

Annaduff will win

Annaduff – Bornacoola Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 07:00

The A.G.M took place on Saturday 30th November. Gerry Newton takes over as the new Chairperson.In a little bit of history Gerrys late father Tommy was Chairperson of the club in the past.The following Officers were elected. He will of course continue as County Board delegate and member of the Executive and in many other capacities. Micheal ODowd retired as Chairperson after many years of tireless work for the club.

However promotion to Senior League Football had been earned, although a restructuring of the leagues at County Convention decreed that Bornacoola would play in Intermediate League Division Two in 1992. In the championship following a good run Bornacoola were defeated by eventual champions Carrigallen in the semi-final. The Junior League of 1991 saw Bornacoola qualify for the final, but defeat awaited once again at the hands of Eslin.

Serious business finally starts with Leitrim Club Championship Quarter-Finals on Sunday

The teams go into the quarter-final with very different moods - Aughawillan are worried about the fitness of key players like Noel Plunkett, Ciaran Gilheany, Fergal McTague and Morgan Quinn, a key quartet who each occupy a different line on the field. They are all likely to play next Sunday but there has to be some element of doubt about their fitness and that's not good for the reigning champions.

Annaduff: Jim McCormack, Gary Bohan, Tom Flanagan, Dean Gill, Matty Cox, David ODowd, Niall Tighe, Brendan Guckian, Brendan Lynch (1-2), Sean McNabola (1-4), Ronan McCormack (Capt.), Francis McNabola (0-1), Sean Duignan, Daniel Duignan, Ray Cox. Annaduff beat Bornacoola by 2-10 to 0-8 in the Shield in Dromod. First half goals from Sean McNabola and Brendan Lynch proved decisive. Subs used: Kevin Ludlow, Keith Duignan, Alan Glancy (0-1), Colm Cox, Michael Lynch, Junior Gill.

Gerard Reynolds who had a good game started off the scoring with a point for Annaduff after 2 minutes. Gene Bohan and Ray Mulvey sealed victory for Carrick with the next two points with Kenny Bosquette getting a consolation point for the visitors in the last minute of normal time.Annaduff: Barry Daly, Chris Farrell, Gene Cox, Nigel Cox, James Cox, Fergal Carroll, Matty Cox, Dermot Reynolds (0-01), Brendan Guckian, Alan Cox, Kenny Bosquette ( 0-03),Aaron OConnor, Cathal Cox, David Duignan, Gerard Reynolds ( 0-01). Ray Mulvey put Carrick three points ahead with a point on 44 minutes. Marys got four points in succession before half time from Nicholas McWeeney, Ray Mulvey and two Gene Bohan frees to leave the score at the break Marys 0-05 to Annaduffs 0-02.Substitute Ml. Dermot Reynolds for Marys and Kenny Bosquette exchanged points. Faughnan got Annaduff off to a good start in the second half with a point 41 minutes. In Division 1 on Sunday in Carrick we lost to St. Marys by 0-09 to 0-06 in a very poor game. Kenny Bosquette and ODonnell exchanged points before Dermot Reynolds of Annaduff brought Annaduff to be two points down with a good point on 51 minutes. OConnor), Michael Faughnan (0-01) (for C.McLoughlin) and Colm Cox (for A.Cox). Subs: Conor McLoughlin, (for Gene Cox), John Faughnan (for A.

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The last Senior Team to line out for Bornacoola was in the first round of the Championship against Melvin Gaels, the match being played on the newly opened Pairc Sean MacDiarmada. McGarry, Shay Reynolds, Liam Shanley, Noel Hayden, Charlie Shanley, Seamus Hayden, Michael Mallon, Jimmy Geelan, T.P. Shanley and Pascal Diffley. The team was as follows: Sean Farrell, Joe Daly, Tommy Shanley, John Tom McGushin, Gerry McGarry, Michael J. The sixties proved unfruitfull to Bornacoola, and after a number of demoralising defeats, and problems with numbers, the club ceased to exist in 1964.

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1989 saw the re-inroduction of an Intermediate Championship and Bornacoola found themselves playing championship at that grade in the '89, '90, and '91 seasons, as it included teams in the bottom half of Division 2 and all teams in Division 3. In it's first year, 1989, Bornacoola again reached a championship semi-final. Bornacoola sportingly agreed to a replay but unfortunately Ballinglera took full advantage to qualify for the final. In the Division 3 League, promotion seemed within our grasp, needing just one point from the last two fixtures, but injuries took their toll in the run-in and both games were lost. However opponents Ballinglera fell foul of the referee and on the infamous day of the thrice taken penalty (three times missed!), the game was abandoned with ten minutes remaining.


A repeat of last year's County Final between the teams who have shared the title between them since 2013 when St Mary's were the last winners other than Aughawillan and Mohill. The tie of the weekend. And both teams have a history of ending the title defence of the other side so there is a lot of spice to this clash.