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

Our Prediction:

Cavan Gaels will win

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

Gaels vs Gowna- I think the big win at the weekend will give the Gaels much needed confidence. Neither team will have wanted to play each other again but I think Gaels will get through this with a 3 point win.Lavey vs Lacken- Depending on Lacken having a full strength team. They were exposed at the weekend when they were missing a few important players.

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Ladies SceneUnderage competitions are ramping up again in the Ladies section of the Club. The U14s have the long-awaited replay of their Championship final against Castlerahan/Denn this Wednesday (06/09). The U15s start their championship campaign at home to Crosserlough this Saturday (09/09). The U12s have played and won all four of their games in recent weeks.

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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.

Lavey v Lacken; If lacken get there main men back its hard to see anything but a lacken win but if Shane Tierney and Gerry Smith can get a go at the game i dunno if lacken have the players to stop them.Castlerahan v Kingscourt; Castlerahan easy!!Gowna v Gaels; Couldnt get job done against a depleted ramor team with an extra man, dont be surprised to see gaels win by 8.Ramor v Crosserlough; Ramor have been very unlucky this championship with the disallowed point vs lacken and then ripped apart with injuries/ j1s but showed good heart to draw with gowna and have a man down from 2nd minute so i do really think they could have a huge say, ramor by 4.

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Killygarry needed a win to put them through, but hit the normal self-implode button, Cootehill needed a win and for results to go their way, they got their win, but sadly it wasn't to be. I threw my hat in the ring at the beginning and said the Gaels will retain their title, some people mocked me because of the opening results, but I stuck to my guns. I have absolutely no issues with the current format. The Gaels for instance, knew they needed a win and for some other results to go their way, they had no control of the other results, they had to go out and do what they had to do. The best hope for a decent competitive County Final is for the Gaels and Castlerhan to be kept apart til the final! Its an open draw right up to the Q/Finals and If you have any aspirations of winning a Championship then pull all your efforts into the first two or three matches and if you can afford to rest players for the last match, be it for injuries or for tactical purposes, then whats the problem, its all part of the excitement for players and supporters alike, some teams coming into the last match not knowing whether they will qualify or not. In my opinion, the only team capable of stopping them is Castlerahan, but to be honest, I cant see them doing so.

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.

- wasn't nearly as influential as he has been in other matches and yet Crosserlough still got it done, with Pierce Smith excellent and goalscorer James Smith's fielding a feature throughout. you just can't get the sources these days so mea culpa on that one. Given their age profile when they won a breakthrough championship title in 2016, Ramor were expected to emerge as the dominant force at senior level but it didn't happen for them last year. And yet they showed their ability, too, by grinding out the victory in spite of it. Whether their progress has stalled or if they are back on track remains to be seen - we will know, probably, by Sunday evening. Or, to be more specific, the game never happened... The presence of those two, who bring toughness and experience, will be a big help while Conor Bradley is in Breffni All-Star form up top - the county player brought his tally for the championship to 2-19 (0-13f) against Gowna. Star man Dara McVeety - who may be carrying a knock? They say a team should ideally be getting stronger as it approaches the business end and Ramor certainly have, with James McEnroe and Damien Barkey coming into the side to help shore up a leaky defence last time out. First thing first, before our prediction column loses whatever smidgen of credibility it has remaining: reports of Crosserlough's challenge match win over Burren, which we referenced last week, were greatly exaggerated. Regardless, though, the Lough have been impressive, even if they squandered countless scoring opportunities against Kingscourt last weekend. It would be premature to call this one a changing of the guard if the Lough were to win - Ramor are going nowhere - but it would be a huge result for an up-and-coming side and is not beyond the realms of possibility provided they can be more clinical in front of goal. Crosserlough are a side with a similar profile (MFC medallists, county underage graduates), just younger again. This column is aware of a few punters who got on board the Lough at 20/1 for the championship before they beat Kingscourt - then again, there is plenty of confidence in the Ramor camp too and with good reason and at least one hefty wager behind them. Darragh McCarthy's young side showed their inexperience as they wasted chance after chance, blazing wide from easy positions on a few occasions. All of that said, Crosserlough haven't been in a SFC semi-final since 2013 and of the team who played against the Stars, only Dara McVeety, Pierce Smith and David Shalvey remain from that loss to Ballinagh five years ago.