Cavan Gaels (@1.57) vs Kingscourt (@2.87)

Our Prediction:

Cavan Gaels will win

Cavan Gaels – Kingscourt Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 09:00

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SFC Quarter FinalsLavey v Lacken - Like others have pointed out a lot depends on the fitness of Lackens key men, if at full strength they win by 3, if not it's too close to call. Castlerahan v Kingscourt - Since these 2 met in the decider in 2015 Castlerahan have got stronger, mainly due to a lot of new signing from outside the county and Kingscourt have got weaker, mainly due to retirement and injury, Castlerahan by 2.Gowna v Gaels - Despite Gaels big win against Lacken all may not be going so well for them, they are carrying a few injuries I believe, however their experience should see them through here, Gaels by 3.Ramor v Crosserlough - Very interesting matchup, Ramor's key man Adrain Cole got injured again last week and with him not at 100% I'm gonna give this to Crosserlough, by 1.

I expect Castlerahan to dismiss of them in the quarters.8. Their biggest challenge will be overcoming the Cavan Gaels hoodoo. With 8 teams left I and the league format over I thought now might be a good time to rank each teams chances of lifting the cup1. Lacken- Lacken have had a mixed start but will be happy to be at this stage in a quarter against Lavey. Their only slip up came against Cootehil but if they get over Ramor in the quarters I wouldn't be surprised to see them in a final.4. Cavan Gaels- Gaels will count themselves lucky to make the quarters after a slow start. Crosserlough- The Lough seem to be slowly creeping under the radar and have a young team full of talent. Castlerahan- Apart from losing their last game against Ballinagh, Castlerahan still look the form team. They can only hope the Gaels don't build upon their only win in the group stage.2. They are very dependant on a few key men but when they play at full strength are as good as anyone in the competition. Ramor- Haven't really caught light just yet but have the players capable of it. They have quality all over the field and strength in depth. If they have a full strength team out against Lavey I expect them to come through and they won't be afraid of anyone in a semi.6. Gowna will provide them with a stern test but now that they've qualified I expect them to make the final at the very least.3. Kingscourt- Haven't seen enough to think that they might challenge for the championship and their wins came against two Div. Gowna- A good team with some young guns coming through nicely. They will need a good performance against Crosserlough but if they start firing could ruffle a few feathers.5. However now that its straight knockout I think they will only get better. They had their chance to lay down a marker in the second group game when playing a Gaels team on the ropes but could only come away with a draw. Probably a bit early to be contenders and the fact they have the Gaels in quarters but I don't expect to go out without a fight.7. 2 teams.

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Castlerahan v KingscourtSat, 5.30pm, MullaghCastlerahan were caught at the death on Sunday by Ballinagh in what was the only dead rubber of the round (Castlerahan were going through and Ballinagh were not, regardless of the result) so that game can be dismissed out of hand. Kingscourt are as physically strong up the centre (as far as midfield) as any of the sides remaining - Farrelly, Gray, Clarke, Faulkner, Dillon provide the spine while the in-form Philly Tinnelly is the pulse of the team at present. Wins over Lavey and Shercock do not stack up well against Castlerahan's form 'in the book' in victories against Cootehill and Ramor and a draw with Cavan Gaels. To win, they will need goals and they managed seven of those in the group but someone needs to take the scoring burden from Barry Reilly, who has kicked 0-18 from dead balls from their total white flag tally of 0-38. However, the suspicion is that they lack firepower and that is borne out by the fact that from the eight teams still standing, only Lacken - whose stats were skewed by their paltry return of 0-7 last Sunday - have scored less. Nothing comes easy against Kingscourt, as Crosserlough will attest, but they are a couple of players short of a championship-winning side (how they have missed the likes of Barry Tully and the retired Philip Smith) and the feeling is that Castlerahan, or the team that beats them, will be just that. Kingscourt, for their part, gave it everything to get both points against Crosserlough but came up short. It is hard to make a convincing case for the Stars to get the job done here.

Don't know much about Kiernan's brother or the other lad on the plane from London with Givney if its true but Givney would surely be a big help if played at full forward and that would throw my prediction up in the air completely.Is it even allowed that he can transfer if he played in the London c'ship with Fulham Irish? If it was the more fun day stuff that seems to go on in Oz & Dubai etc. Castlerahan v Kingscourt; Castlerahan too strong. They will get caught out at some stage because of this and I think it might be here. Lavey by 1. SFC Lavey v Lacken; Lacken highly dependent on a few very strong players. The decision at the end did not affect the table but was up there with the most ludicrous things I have seen on a football field and was only the tip of the iceberg in a game where the players were just also rans to the refereeing sideshow that was put on. I wouldn't mind but I think the London c'ships are taken quite seriously and are similar enough to our own.I was at the Kingscourt Crosserlough game at the weekend too. Ramor v Crosserlough; Similar to Gowna, don't think Lough are ready, Ramor by 5.IFC Bailieborough v Laragh; Laragh by 10+Bridge v Arva; Bridge should make it tough but Arva to come through by 3-6. Back the Over 3.5 red cards....Cucu v Killeshandra- Cucu's by 7-10.JFC Denn v Killinkere; Killinkere probably have the least weaknesses of any team left and are racking up the biggest scorelines. Belturbet v Mullahoran; Looks 50/50 but will go Belturbet by 1. It doesn't affect me or my club but I would have thought not. 6+Gowna v Gaels; Gaels by 1. It seems a bit unfair that he can play in two c'ships. Lacken result not a realistic bounceback to miles ahead of the field and they're also missing a few key players but don't think Gowna are ready for a big knockout win like this just yet. Fancy them to win by 4-6 and go on and win the c'ship.Drumlane v Mountnugent; Drumlane by 3 points on c'ship form.


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