Silverbridge (@1.33) vs Sarsfields (@3.75)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Silverbridge will win

Silverbridge – Sarsfields Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 08:30

But its onwards and upwards as we look ahead to Monaghans visit in just under three weeks time and hope that some lessons have been learned. And we bet not very many of you predicted a Tyrone win in your Allianz Leagues match predictions! After a strong opening weekend it smarts to concede points on home turf, particularly to this type of game when weve seen it deployed so many times before.

Cruppen did come into it and also had a brace of well taken minors. Three minutes later a similar attacking move saw mid-fielder Barry McConville on the end of the move to also palm to the net. In the 10thminute came a decisive score when a good passing opened up the home defence to let Aidan Nugent palm to the net.

Senior: Our senior men won a very hard fought victory on Sunday against a dogged Madden side. This was followed by points from Joe Rock and Eoghan Burns and we were happy to be two adrift at half time. Against the wind in the first half, we worked hard and opened the scoring with a well-taken point from Cormac McAvoy.

Senior Football Championship Groups & Fixtures

Pats could however have established a significant advantage only to be thwarted by two fine point blank saves from the Ballyhegan keeper. The half-time score of 0-4 to 0-3 to the advantage of the eventual winners didnt really do justice to the efforts of Cullyhanna in that opening half. The first half was a cagey enough affair with scores hard to come by as both defences were on top. St.

There is no limit to the amount of mini leagues you enter (last year we entered into 5 different mini leagues!) You only need to enter your predictions once each week, all the different mini leagues you are entered into will be updated automatically. The code above is for the football league. We will do a weekly Mayo Club 51 mini-league table update here on the site.Well have a rummage through the attic and basement here inMayo Club 51and see if we can come up with a prize for the winner of the predication league at the end of April. Although its mainly for a bit of craic and to test how well you thinkyouknow your football.

If the senior encounter between the two sides last year is anything to go by this will be a mouth-watering encounter between two very evenly matched sides and players and supporters alike are already eagerly awaiting this encounter. The club have been drawn against Whitecross in the next round of the intermediate championship. The game will take place on the weekend of 14th, 15th and 16th of August with the venue yet to be decided.

Had we been more clinical in front of goal in the first half then there is no doubt we would have been coming out of this game on the opposite side of this result. It is unknown yet whether this defeat will play a significant part in the ambitions of this team for their season, however should their promotion hopes go down to the wire you cant help but feel this was one result that got away. The lads will not have much time to reflect on this result as they face a trip away to Dorsey on Friday night at 8pm wherethey will look to bounce back to winning ways.

Westmeath come from seven points behind to secure intermediate Camogie title

BrendanBoylan and Tony McClelland share a strong midfield partnership while Ross Finnwill anchor their defence. Jarly Og Burns also spent the summer abroad and Silverbridge willbe keen for the county starts return. Granemore have bounced straight back upto the top flight after their relegation last season and their blend of youthand experience around the centre of the park has helped them to do so. Last years Intermediate Champions StPeters done well in this years league, winning 6 games and will hope thestrength of Aaron Findon in midfield along with the scoring prowess of NiallMcConville will be enough to see them through to a playoff spot. The returnof Gareth Swift this year will boost their forward division while Joe McElroy,Charlie Vernon and Declan McKenna will cause headaches for any team. Armagh Harps suffered apoor championship run last season when they were beaten by Maghery in the groupstages before being knocked out by Crossmaglen in the quarter final. They willalso hope to have Ryan McShane back in their ranks as he recovers from an ankleinjury picked up earlier in the year. Silverbridge experienced a difficult league campaignand will look to Joe Rock and Peter Carragher to lead their charge in theChampionship.

However a few heavy exchanges resulted in St Pauls dropping down to fourteen men. St Pauls fought strong with a goal chance from Rory McCaughley denied by Darren McAvoy. Peadar Nash and Daniel McDonald added three more scores for St Pauls and with Paul McGeown adding one point for the home team, Sarsfields lead with half time score 2-6 St Pauls 0-6.