Ballybay (@1.72) vs Clontibret (@2.37)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Ballybay will win

Ballybay – Clontibret Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 09:30

These children proudly represented Co Monaghan. They were: Group Music Under 12 - Laura Mc Mahon, Rachael Brennan, Connor Curran, anna Curran and Jonathon Lavelle. Under 13 Swimming Squad - Ruadhan Curran, Connor Curran,Tom Doherty, Caolan Reilly and Tiarnan Reilly.Under 10 Backstroke - Eanna Curran and Under12 Freestyle - Conor Curran. The Music Group where managed by Francis Mc Mahon. Well done to the Under 12 Music Group, the Under 13 Swimming Squad and the individual swimmers who gave excellent performances in Athlone at the weekend at the National Community Games Finals.

People had sat long enough. Should be 5 minutes tops. Lastly, Jinxy took the exact same penalty v Ballybay in first game of the season and it was saved too. In relation to McManus, he played well within himself but will come on for the game. This is an absolute farce. Truagh must be loving this! Just one more point on Carrick v Clontibret; it took 12 minutes for extra time to get started. League Champions, 9 point win over Blayney and not word about them. Turning point was the goalline flick away by Clontibret No12 from O'Hanlon's pass, this was in the 2nd half of extra time and would have given Carrick a 2 point lead.

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Doors open at 9pm. Centre on Friday 4th August. Centre to kick off the August Bank Holiday Weekend. A great night is guaranteed as one of Ireland top performers comes to Latton. Everyone is welcome to the O'Rahilly G.A.A. Local man and Voice of Ireland Winner 2014 Brendan Mc Cahey will be performing in Latton O'Rahilly G.A.A.

The replay of All Ireland basically rules out Saturday 14th as an option. Headache for County Board now. Other possibility is Scotstown v Truagh in Emyvale on the Friday night. And Latton v Blayney in Aughnamullen at 2 on Sunday, allowing Blayney stewards to get back to St Mary's for that evening. So I'd be guessing Sunday night under lights in Blayney for Ballybay v Clontibret and Carrick v Inniskeen and a double header in probably Clones during the day for Scotstown v Truagh and Latton v Blayney.

Micahels and Latton v Shercock.Owing to the Monaghan v Dublin game our rinks qualifying games was put off until this Saturday 12th August so there is still time to get your name on the list in the club pavilion. With two games left in the Border Counties league we are in third place with a game in hand on Enniskillen who are in the lead at this time. The Ballybay Outdoor club has already won this trophy on two occasions in our time competing in the Border Countys league. Corcaghan v BVallybay White, Derryvalley v Ballybay maroon, Clontribet v St. Draws will take place at 9pm on Friday and all games will start at 11am sharp on Saturday. The final of the Mc Gurk Shield will take place at Omagh Outdoor Bowling Green on Tuesday 22nd August between Ballybay and Dungannon. The games in the Outdoor cup are progressing well now with the following games to be played next week. The Town Tournament is down to the semi final stage, with Murnanes already in the final and awaiting the outcome of the game between Paul Carraghers and Patricia Mc Cabes better known as Soda barrel that game will be played tomorrow evening 11th August.

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Last year the league final was on November 18th which is nuts. As they say in the States - go figure. The league is a means to an end for most teams. The thing I don't get is why the league goes on for so long. Also there should most certainly be no league matches after the championship finals. I see Derry got their league wrapped up there last week and they have 12 teams per division whereas we have 10. Starts in March and typically finishes in November which is crazy. The Championship final is the showpiece game of the year and the team who wins their respective championship should be able to prepare for a tilt at Ulster Club after c'ship. League should be finished before the Championship starts or certainly after the first few rounds. I didn't even know who won the league last year only that another poster mentioned it.

Tea, coffee and refreshments will be served all morning and then at 12noon judging of the Bake Off competition will take place. All in all it promises to be a great day in aid of a great cause. A massive day of events in aid of SOSAD is planned for tomorrow Friday 26th August in the Century Bar Main Street, Ballybay. At 4pm there will be a busking competition so all you budding entertainers got down to the Century Bar to be in with a chance to win. All monies raised will be donated to SOSAD who do brilliant work to break the stigma around mental health. Guitars signed by the Coronas will be auctioned and the high flying band the Strypes will be doing a meet and greet. Firstly there will be a coffee morning kicking off at 10am and along this will be the launch of a Bake Off competition. At 8pm there will be a table quiz and this will be followed by a monster raffle at 10pm.

In the 52 Final, Hughie McKearney was nursing a leg injury and he only came on in the second half. Clontibrets reign had come to an end and the big crunch came when they went under to Donaghmoyne in the 1953 semi-final. Smyth was a great tactician on the 40 and always constituted the biggest danger to the Inniskeen defence. John Murray, Packie McQuaid, John Rice and Joe Smyth excelled in the game. McQuaid had an excellent game, often bursting through to clear his lines. Once again Rice was stalwart in defence at centre-half back and along with McQuaid took much of the sting out of Inniskeens forwards. In November 1952 in Ballybay, Clontibret defeated Inniskeen by 1-6 to 1-3 in that years Championship Final in one of the best finals for many years. It is interesting to note that a Clontibret minor team competed that year. The real turning point of that game was a typical Joe Smyth goal just before the interval, a great tonic at a crucial stage in the game. Murray lined out at midfield but often dropped back to relieve the defence in the second half.

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Intermediate Championship this weekend.Few tight games, whats peoples thoughts?Sean's v Aughnamullen - Aughnamullen by 2-3pts.Harps v Killanny - Killanny to grind it out & win by 1pt.Corduff v Maghercloone - Cant see anything other than a comfortable win for Maghercloone.Donaghmoyne v Emyvale - Both struggled the first day out so another tight match but Donaghmoyne should win by a few pts in the end.

The plan from here on is to make the night an annual occasion the weekend of Blessing of the Graves. Fair play to Joe Sullivan who organized a 60s night in the Ballybay Inn last Saturday in aid of the Ballybay Cancer Society. A donation bucket was placed at the door and over 500 was raised. Speaking to the Ballybay news Joe said, We had a great night and a good dancing crowd and in turn raised a few euros for an excellent cause. Joe would also like to thank Pat O Brien for the use of his premises, John Rutledge for taking photographs which are currently doing the rounds on facebook and everyone who turned up to support the evening.

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Junoir blackhill looks to found there feet at the right time drumhowan and clones there aswell so I believe this will be a tight championship. Intermediate magheracloone look very strong in each game as do donaghmoyne it will maybe come down to the two . Looking at the senior championship will it be between Scotstown and Ballybay , will Clontibret have a say.

Joe would like to thank everyone who attended, Pat and Paul in the Ballybay Inn and Ina Hagan for the hamper which was raffled on the night. By all accounts it was a super evening -proof of this can be seen on the Ballybay and its People facebook page (thanks to John Rutledge and his trusted camera). Well done to Joe Sullivan who organised an 80s/90s disco in the Ballybay Inn on Saturday night which raised 700 for the Ballybay Cancer Society.