Caulry (@1.83) vs Milltownpass (@2.2)

Our Prediction:

Caulry will win

Caulry – Milltownpass Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 10:30

Garrycastle came out on top in the first two, though they needed a late James Dolan point to earn a replay in the 2011 final. *Garrycastle v Mullingar Shamrocks(Saturday, TEG Cusack Park, 5pm)Garrycastle will be seeking to return to the Westmeath SFC final for the first time since 2014 when they take the field later today (Saturday) but standing in their way are reigning county champions Mullingar Shamrocks. St Loman's had been the dominant force in Westmeath football recent years, but it was their local rivals Shamrocks who ended their run of county title wins last year. Garrycastle were already through to this year'sknockout stages and virtually assured of a semi-final place before their last group game against St Loman's. There has been plenty of history between these two sides in recent years, and Mullingar Shamrocks manager Ned Moore said his side owe Garrycastle a beating in the aftermath of the quarter-final win over Coralstown/Kinnegad. There was a very keen rivalry between the sides in the early part of this decade. The two teams finished their group games on very similar scoring difference Garrycastle with +21 and Shamrocks on +20 - which meant the 'Castle men went directly through to the semi-finals. They met in three finals in row from 2010 to 2012, and two of those deciders went to replays. With Jack Donohue and Justin Barrett back in the fold this year, and young Jason Nugent making an impact up front, the Garrycastle panel looks stronger than last year. Two years later, Garrycastle surprised many observers by regaining the Flanagan Cup, again beating Shamrocks in the final. As things transpired, the comprehensive manner of the defeat almost forced them into the quarter-finals. Garrycastle won the group game between the sides last year (after a tense finish in Rosemount), and the Athlone-based outfit also came out on top in this years meeting in the group stages. Yet this is the acid test for the team managed by Gary Dolan and John Keane. The rest is history as they say, with Garrycastle following up their victory in the replay by going to win the Leinster title.When Shamrocks finally got the better of Garrycastle in the 2012 final (in another replay), they not only ended Garrycastles hopes of four-in-a-row, they also dethroned the Leinster champions. In addition, former defensive lynchpin Kieran Gavin made a match-winning contribution in attack off the bench in the quarter-final. Last years defeat didnt prevent Shamrocks from going on to win the Flanagan Cup and it would be unwise to read much into this years meeting either. Garrycastle will be conscious of the ball-winning capacity in the Shamrocks team in the shape of players like Denis Corroon and Daragh Daly.

Check out our future stars at training this evening. The older children are introduced to hand pass, pick up and soloing. The football element consists of Bouncing, Catching and both ground and punt kicking. We will be moving to Caulry pitch in about a months time. All new members welcome. All boys and girls between ages 4 to 6 are welcome, where we have plenty of fun doing Agility, Balancing and Coordination activities. Our nursery is on every Tuesday evening at 6.15 in Moate Community Hall. We look forward to seeing all children perfect their skills throughout the year.


Team Patrick Conlon, Keelin Galvin, Andrew Gill, Eoin Bannon, Ian Coughlan, AlanMurray, Richard Laffan, Paddy Clear, Darragh Burke, Sean Egan, Niall Neary,Tommy Lennon, Niall McGarry, Eoin Coughlan, Joe Coughlan, Subs Shane Coughlan,Martin Donoghue, Niall Lynn. Athlone pressed hard in the second half but Tang proved toogood on the day with Niall Lynn completing the scoring with an excellent point. Tang played an open, attacking game that paidrich dividends. Tangplayed Athlone in Div6b on a damp Sunday morning and were full value for theirhalf time lead of 2-12 to 1-5.

Time TBC.U16 Championship at home to Killucan on Friday, August 16th. FixturesU16 Championship away to Tyrrellspass on Tuesday, August 13th. Time TBC.JFC at hometo Tubberclair on Friday, August 16th at 7pmIFC Round 5vs.

Dean Martin then kicked the opening score of the half. Coralstown/Kinnegad kicked the next three points of the game. A well-taken goal from Ciaran Dunning then put Caulry into anearly lead. U12 LeagueCaulry 5-4Coralstown/Kinnegad 5-11Our U12 boys hosted Coralstown/Kinnegad in the park on Wednesdayevening last.Lee Corcoran and Brian Doyle combined well early on to set Cian Maloneup for a point. Fionn ODonovan was unlucky as he brought off two fine saves before a thirdattempt from the Coralstown/Kinnegad forwards hit the back of the net. Despite somefine defending from Daniel Lynam and Michael McSharry, the Coralstown/Kinnegadboys added 1-2 in quick succession. Some great play by Dean Martin and HugoMcGowan set Fallon up for a goal as a late point from Brian Doyle saw our boyslead 5-2 to 2-8 at the break.Both sides were slow to settle in the second half with some earlychances falling wide. Scores from Lee Fallon and Rory Hatton kept our boys in front.


AdrianCoughlan was elected Chairman for 2018 and Laura Donoghue was elected clubsecretary. Tang Gaa A.G.M meetingtook place on Thursday December 28th at 7.30pm in Tang Community Centre. Fullcommittee list on website or Facebook page. We wish Laura well in her position and we would to thank outgoingsecretary J J Leavy for all his hard work and dedication in recent years.

Olan Healy also gave another wholehearted display, and the effortsof Roan Sweeney and Shane Hynes and point taking of Adam Donoghue were alsopraiseworthy.With many of our players involved in the Junior Cycle exam, there will bea break from match action for the next few weeks, and we wish them all well intheir exam endeavours.Team: James Clavin, Leroy Coughlan, Daniel Buckley, Ciarian Gaynor, LukeHamilton, Glenn Carolan, Colm Shortall, Olan Healy, (0-1), Rory Mullins (1-0),Shane Hynes, (0-1), Thomas Dunning, Luke Buckley, Roan Sweeney, Pablo Matteo(1-0), Adam Donoghue (0-7), Jamie Conlon, Josh Jocher. For the secondconsecutive game, not only did he save an excellent penalty, but his allcontribution of one on one saves, high fielding and presence, marked him out asa man apart. After the resumption a goal against the run of play effectively put the gameout of reach as the blues closed up shop. Despite good displays against goodteams in six challenge games to date, our lads have failed to carry this intowhat has been a disappointing league so far. However, special mention must goto our goalkeeper James Clavin who has been superb throughout. With the aid of a very strong wind, St Lomansbuilt up a not insurmountable half time lead of 2-9 to 2-3. Under 16 League Division 1Caulry 2-9St Lomans Mullingar 3-14A depleted Caulry travelled to Lakepoint Park Mullingar on Sunday weeklast to take on the home side. Already shorn of anumber of players to injury, Caulry were dealt a major blow on the changeover,when their most efficient attacker, Roan Sweeney had to withdraw to injury.

Adam Neary added another pt from a fiftyto narrow the gap to 5 to 3. Tubberclair started brightly kicking the first three ptswith Conor Elliot in flowing form after 7mins before Martin Rock opened Tangsaccount with a neat pt from 40yds. Dobsy O Brien and Martin Rock traded pts. Tubberclair stretched their lead to 5pts to 1 after ten mins. Martin Rock added another pt, quicklyfollowed by a pt from Darragh Burke to leave a goal between the teams. Tangwere gaining the upper hand but wides from Trevor and Niall Neary (hitting theupright) proving costly. Tubberclairs half back line were dominatingthe game at this stage setting up numerous attacks lead by the lively NiallWalker. Tang were dealt a major blow when Trevor English fellawkwardly and had to leave the field. Conor Elliot added another pt for Tubberclair with Tanglosing Chris Connor through a head injury just on the half time whistle withthe score 1-8 to 0-7. Tang hada chance to draw level when Martin Rock was through on goal but his shot driftedto right of the post. MartinRock responded with another fine pt. NiallBannon added a pt from a free to narrow the gap to 6pts to 5 after 19mins. Conor Elliot then kicked an outrageous pt from nearthe corner flag. On the 25th min Tubberclair got an important goalto lead 1-7 to 0-5.

Garrycastle face champions as Moate, Caulry and Tang seek intermediate final places

FixturesDivision 4ACFL at home to Multyfarnham Friday 2nd June at 7:30pmU14 Leagueaway to Mullingar Shamrocks Monday 5thJune at 7pmDivision 2ACFL at home to St.

Last year, Moate felt they blew a chance of reaching the semi-finals when losing out to Milltown. With Milltownpass going straight into the semi-finals, it means Moate have two extra championship games under their belt and that could prove an advantage. Moate All Whites v Milltownpass(Saturday, TEG Cusack Park, 3.30pm)Having overcome Multyfarnham after a replay, Moate All Whites now face a semi-final against Milltownpass as they seek to reach the intermediate final for the first time. They have already gone one better this year and they won't want to stop now. Moate started their campaign impressively, defeating local rivals Caulry, but they suffered defeats to Maryland and to their semi-final opponents (2-9 to 1-9). Ruair Cunningham can be a big influence at midfield and in terms of scoring power, much will depend on Robert Forde and John Corbally, along with the aforementioned Berry. However, a draw against Tang and an emphatic dismissal of Milltown was enough to see John Twaddle's charges advance to the knockout stages.Milltownpass will be looking for inspiration from Sam Duncan, a regular on the Westmeath team this year, while Noel O'Reilly also featured for the county team early in the season. Moate will also be looking for solid displays in defence from the likes of the Gorman brothers (Paul and Andrew), Sean Bracken and Dylan Ennis. The return of Billy Berry from the United States has been a major boost for Moate and he was impressive in the win over Multy. Milltownpass were finalists last year when Shandonagh proved too strong in the decider.