Castlerahan (@1.28) vs Killygarry (@4.33)

Our Prediction:

Castlerahan will win

Castlerahan – Killygarry Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 11:00

There were home and away fixtures with the top two qualifying for the final. They bounced back by taking all four points from Blackwater Gaels and beat Cuchulainns along the way to qualify for the final where they will meet Ballyhaise again this Thursday (07/09). They won their first game against Cuchulainns but lost both games to Ballyhaise. Please support them. Under 16 BoysThe U16s are in Division 2 for the championship with Blackwater Gaels, Ballyhaise and Cuchulainns. Best of luck lads.

A team, one of whose main characteristics is work-rate, can suffer when the motivation dips so Lacken must beware.Whatever happens, the Crowe Park men are through to the knock-out stages while the Gaels must win and hope results elsewhere go their way. This near-annual town v country clash usually follows a familiar pattern: Lacken push the Gaels all the way in an ill-tempered game but are undone by a late goal or flurry of scores, with Sean Johnston and Martin Dunne the Celtics' tormentors-in-chief. The Gaels' famed siege mentality - which is based in logic as success usually breeds contempt and nobody has won more this century - will be cranked up this week as the county hums with talk that the champions may crash out. A backlash is expected but Lacken will have a big say in that. Jason O'Reilly's men have been squndering goal chances galore (it's as if they're trying to miss them! joked one Gaels follower of long standing this week) but the positive for them is they are creating the opportunities and proven goalscorers like Dunne, Paul O'Connor et al are bound to find their groove at some stage. Still, though, surely the Gaels - who couldn't find a way to lose for 18 months - will find a way to win one game in the group. That was the way of it in the recent league semi-final, which could have gone either way, and could re-occur here. Cavan Gaels v LackenSun, 3pm, CornafeanIt's interesting that after playing the majority of their championship matches in Kingspan Breffni in recent years (last year, they had a big win over Arva in Ballinagh and beat Crosserlough by a couple of points in the quarters in Cornafean), Cavan Gaels have not yet picked up a win away from the county grounds this year. Thomas Galligan and Co should have the edge at midfield - they certainly did in the league semi - and in the tight confines of Pirc Naomh Fionn, that will be a huge advantage, as will Niall McKiernan's left boot which makes him a scoring threat anywhere within 50 metres. Lacken will feel that this column has it in for them given that we have tipped them to lose rounds 2 and 3, which they won, although they were our selection against Ramor first time out, a game which ended in a draw. No team works harder and what they lack in a little bit of quality in some positions, they make up for in desire and honesty, which was evident in how they ground out a win while missing a hatful of chances in a real stinker of a game against Cootehill last Saturday.

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We lost our first game is away to Maghera last Friday and play Kingscourt away this week. Minor MenOur Minor Men are competing in the Minor B Championship along with Annalee Gaels, Blackwater Gaels, West Cavan Gaels, Kingscourt, Belturbet, Lough Uachtar Gaels, Mullahoran, Castlerahan, Maghera and Denn. All teams will play four games on a league basis similar to this years Senior Championship but only the top four will qualify for the semi-finals.

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Great composure from Conroy at the end too and Oisin O Connell impressive on the final third or so. Something which has worried me the last two or three times I've seen niall murray is that he looks injured? An interesting weekend of football in the senior championship. Very disappointed with Ramors performance they should really be pushing on in situations like they were in today. Any posters at the other three games? Ramor have an uphill battle to reach the final 8 now with lough in the next round.I'm sticking with my initial prediction of Lough for senior championship after a very impressive performance and the close favourites underperforming this weekend. Although effective against Lavey he seemed to be limping around. Fair enough Cullivana second yellow but what was Rutherford thinking.Yesterday eve I set down to Breffni again for another interesting result. And then to Lavey this evening and a great win for Killygarry with Ramor on top for long periods of the game. I think Ramor lost just 1 kickout in the whole game but boy did Killygarry make advantage of it. Really struggling to get going. Structurally far superior and without McVeety and Rehill for long period. Very strange seeing castlerahan fall so far behind in a game but resilient as usual done excellently to fight back. A huge statement from the lough. Interestingly I had commented on how much success ramor were getting from their kickouts working the ball up the field to a score on 7 or 8 occasions when Conor Smith slipped in for the killer blow. The two stars made a great impact on arrival though it must be said. Crosserlough completely outplayed Gaels. Indiscipline from Lavey really cost them here. Big win for Gowna, interesting one against lacken next week! The primary reason I rule them out of contention.

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. It is hard to make a convincing case for the Stars to get the job done here. Kingscourt, for their part, gave it everything to get both points against Crosserlough but came up short. 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.

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