Western Gaels (@1.9) vs St Brigids (@2.1)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Western Gaels will win

Western Gaels – St Brigids Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 09:30

With Brian Stack, Cathal McHugh and Senan Kilbride on form in the forward line, St. The Gaels added one more score before the break, another Kilcline effort. Kieran Kilcline, one of the few Gaels players that looked interested, opened his sides account after 16 minutes after taking a good score on the run. Brigids quickly raced clear. By the eighth minute they were five points in front.

Brigids and resulted in a Connacht two-in-a-row for the first time. Brigids prevailed by 011 to 010. The Connacht campaign in the last months of 2011 again proved a successful one for St. After defeating Sligo champions Tourlestrane by 016 to 010 in Marckiewicz Park in the semi-final, they then faced Corofin in the final in Kiltoom, a repeat of the 2006 final. After a tense affair, St.

McManus, K. Nally (0-2); O. McNeela, R. OGara for Kevin Kilcline (38 mins), Kevin Kilcline for R. ROSCOMMON GAELS: J. OGara, C. Egan (0-1). Connolly, A. Gleeson; J. Duignan, M. Kilcline (0-3, 1 free); C. Hughes (0-1, a free), C. Dineen, P. Featherston; Kevin Kilcline, L. Gleeson; J. Subs used: T. Hannon (0-1), R. Mullen for Connolly (19 mins), D.

Roll of honour[edit]

Key Battleground: A lot of fans would rate these two teams the most talented in the county and Western Gaels will look on this as a great chance to unhinge the champions. There have been rumours of unrest in the Brigids camp of late but usually in those situations it only tends to galvanise the team into an even greater effort.

Faithleach's in the final by 112 to 09. Under the management of John O'Mahony, they won their first title in 28 years in 1997 after defeating Clan na Gael in the final by 18 to 08, the goal coming from John Tiernan. In 2005, under the stewardship of Ger Dowd, they reclaimed the Fahey Cup by beating Padraig Pearses 29 to 011, both goals coming from John Tiernan. October 2014 saw the drive for five completed when St. In 2010, St. They had to wait until 2000 before they reached the final again, but this time lost out to underdogs Kilbride. 2011 saw St. Brigids repeat the dose again by defeating Elphin in the final by 19 to 07, the goal being supplied by Damien Kelleher. In 2007, St. 2012 resulted in St. Brigids achieving their second three in a row in 8 years, when they defeated Padraig Pearses in Kiltoom, with Frankie Dolan helping himself to two goals in the 28 to 09 victory. 4 in a row was achieved in 2013 with Western Gaels defeated in Hyde Park in early October. Brigids have captured seven county titles since 1997. Brigids captures the three-in-a-row when they again defeated St. Faithleach's on a scoreline of 17 to 15, the goal courtesy of Garvan Dolan. A goal ten minutes from time by Brendan "Dixie" O'Brien sealed the win. St. In 2006, under Anthony Cunningham, they defended their title in a tough encounter with St. Kevins. Brigids re-emerged after 2 barren years to secure their 10th Roscommon Senior Football Championship, defeating Elphin by 014 to 09. More defeats came in 2002 to Strokestown and in 2003 to Castlerea St. Brigids dispatched St. Faithleachs 312 to 07.

Prediction: Tulsk. Aidans have not had much luck in this championship so far and they will battle hard but Tulsk should win and edge closer to a semi-final spot. Tulsk have been going well with two championship wins under their belt and a recent league win against Roscommon Gaels to boost them. This is a game that St Aidans must win if they are to entertain any hope of contesting the latter stages of this championship.

On 26 February 2011 St. Brigids failed to overturn the result of 2007 and Crossmaglen prevailed by 211 to 111. Brigids travelled to the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick and beat the Cork and Munster Champions Nemo Rangers on a scoreline of 013 to 18, to qualify for the All Ireland Club Final for the first time. In the All-Ireland Final on St. Despite a huge following in Croke Park, St. Patrick's Day 2011, St. Brigids faced their semi-final conquerors of 2007, Armagh and Ulster Champions, Crossmaglen Rangers.

All-Ireland Medal Winners[edit]

Two early goals from Ballina provided the cushion that they never relinquished, despite unrelenting effort by St. The final saw St. The defence of their Connacht title in 2007 proved unsuccessful however. Brigid's travel to the home territory of Ballina Stephenites in North Mayo. The final score was Ballina 28, St. Brigid's 012. A comprehensive semi-final win in Tuam over the Padraig Joyce-inspired Killererin, portrayed St. Brigid's in their best light as they ran out 410 to 111 winners against the Galway champions. Brigids.

In the preliminary round they defeated Curry (Sligo) by 18 to 17. Brigids. However, in 2006, they went all the way and claimed the Shane McGettigan Cup in dramatic circumstances. A goal at the start of the game from David O'Connor spurred them on, and a point from Senan Kilbride 5 minutes from the end secured the one-point victory. In the semi-final they defeated favourites and previous All-Ireland winners, Crossmolina (Mayo) by 13pts to 16 in Dr. The final scoreline was 110 to 33, meaning Captain Mark O'Carroll received the Shane McGettigan Cup on behalf of St. Hyde Park. And it was also in the Hyde that the final took place where they beat favourites Corofin (Galway) with a dramatic injury-time goal from Karol Mannion.

In 2010, St. Brigids pulled clear to record a brilliant come from behind victory on a scoreline of 214 to 110, which resulted in Niall Grehan again lifting the Shane McGettigan Cup for the green and red. A last gasp Cathal McHugh goal saw St. Brigid's opened their Connacht campaign with a 021 to 04-point win in Kiltoom over Sligo champions, Eastern Harps. In the additional twenty minutes, St. Brigids force extra-time. Brigids once again had to face down Killererin in Tuam Stadium, a re-match of the 2007 Connacht semi-final. They followed that up in the Connacht semi-final with a 113 to 35 win over Leitrim champions, GlencarManorhamilton, in Pirc Sean MacDiarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon. In the final, St.

St. The club was founded in 1944 and is the home club of one of the all-time GAA greats, Gerry O'Malley. They play in Green and Red colours and their home pitch is at Newpark, Kiltoom. Brigids GAA Club (Naomh Brd) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the parishes of Kiltoom and Cam in South County Roscommon, Ireland. They have won 1 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship, beating Ballymun Kickhams in the All-Ireland Club Final on St Patrick's Day, 17 March 2013.

Gaelic Football Betting Odds

St Barrys have lost two championship games so far and they will be hoping to get back on track here.It has not been a great championship for Ronans either and at home they will be hard to beat. But Barrys might just have the class to edge it with David Keenan on board.