Donaghmoyne (@1.5) vs Corduff (@2.87)
30-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Donaghmoyne will win

Donaghmoyne – Corduff Match Prediction | 30-09-2019 10:30

Lots of super skills were on display. Teams from Inniskeen, Aughnamullen, Donaghmoyne plus Corduff were in attendance. U8/U10 Blitz: Last Saturday morning the pitch in Corduff was buzzing with excitement as Corduff was one of the host clubs for the final round of the Monaghan LGFAs U8 and U10 blitzes. We are all looking forward to 2020 with renewed optimism. Massive thanks is also extended to Bernadette Walsh , Club Development Officer and all the coaches who helped out during the 2019 season to develop juvenile football in the club. Thanks to all the visiting teams who attended.

Blayney arent going well but are a championship team who can turn it on on the big day. Carrick missed their big chance last year due to some cowardly officiating, we all know what happened in clontibret that day..... Latton and Inniskeen are hardy teams who are hard to beat but are probably slightly short on quality. Darren hughes will probably be back and kieran seems to be over his injury troubles.. Doohamlet have a few serious players but they jus dont have enough quality across the board to compete. Still, can see them having a big say.The obvious winner is scotstown, perennial champions who dont really show up for football until August. Truagh have all the quality but never seem to put it together, usually have a big performance in them followed by a game spent scrapping and falling out with the ref/eachother..Doohamlet and Currin wont be causing any shocks. Currin have Jack. a daunting task to take those two and the supporting cast down.Carrick, Truagh, Blayney, Latton and Inniskeen all seem to be around the same level.. Senior championship is looking very interesting, Clontibret are back to being a dogged hard working team with the obvious attacking strategy that is impossible to stop.Ballybay seem to be getting closer to getting over their scotstown hoodoo, although their defense isnt as solid as it once was.

Each year, the winner of the Championship is promoted, along with the Monaghan Intermediate Football League (IFL) winners, to the Senior ranks and compete in the following year's Monaghan Senior Football Championship. There is no relegation from the IFC, with the two lowest finishing teams in the IFL are relegated to the Junior ranks for the following year. The Monaghan Intermediate Football Championship (often referred to as the Monaghan IFC for short or the McElvaney's Waste & Recycling Intermediate Football Championship for sponsorship reasons) is the second-tier championship organised by Monaghan GAA.

I'd fancy blackhill or clones to win it Toome have lost young Connolly lad abroad now and Gary Wilson could be out for a long time and James Wilson only back after serious injury they could struggle with the squad they have. Clones won a few soft frees 2nd half but Toome should of had them beat when they went 8 ahead. Was at all games the weekend and Blackhill look strong they've good players back at the right time.

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The final round of The Liam Stirrat U11 Development League took place last at venues all over the county last weekend. The most skilful players from Corduff were Jack King and Nathan McGarrell. Both teams played some brilliant football with all the skills that they had worked on during the summer on display. Congratulations boys and thanks to all coaches for their dedication during the year. Corduff had 2 teams in action against Carrickmacross with Donaghmoyne Road the venue.

Clones and toome game was brilliant with clones being able to take their scores easier and both will be there or there abouts. The weekend showed that the 3 top teams clones toome and blackhill are starting to peak for championship and can't see anyone other than the 3 teams winning it. Blackhill had a great win yesterday and seem to be coming good at the right time regardless of the league table.

May be a bit off topic on this but can anyone tell me why full fixtures for the remainder of the year are not yet available. Surely if games are finish on the day then fixture can be made and clubs can plan.Correct me if I'm wrong but I have not seen any fixtures past round one in senior competition and they are not on website.

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if so what was the standard like??Maghercloone and Donaghmoyne look set for Senior football again. Was anyone at this game? Maybe someone can throw some light on this.Let us know your opinions on the clubs scenes. Whereas Seans are near certain to be regulated along with Aughnamullen or Tyholland.Championship wont be long coming around now. Should be a good August-September of football.Cant see Maghercloone being beat in intermediate. With the league games coming thick and thin and championship just around the corner who looks set to be promoted/regulated/winning championships?Currin and Blayney look in trouble. plus i dont know enough about how the league is going to make an educated guess. They have experience in Senior but also experience in senior semi finals and finals so that should stand to them. Has a potential 3 or 4 winners. All on their day can beat each other. Scotstown Ballybay Clontibret and Carrick. Donaghmoyne will give them a run if they get the chance.Clones and Eire Og are tight in Junior so its a hard one to call. Who fancies who?? Blayney missed out on an extra 3 points last night against Latton. Senior is going to be a cracker.

In Round 3, the four teams are drawn in two matches, with the two winners progressing to the Semi-Final stage. The two winners of the Round 1B games progress to Round 2B, and joining them in Round 2B is the loser of the Round 1A clash involving the Preliminary Round winners. The losers enter the 'back-door' route, with the two Preliminary Round losers, and three of the four Round 1A losers entering Round 1B. At this stage, again, the four teams are drawn in two matches with the two winners progressing to Round 3, where they face the losers of the Round 2A games. As five teams are eligible for Round 1B, one team receives a bye to Round 2B, with the remaining four teams drawn in two matches.

The winners of the Preliminary Round game play each other in Round 1A, making up the fourth game in that round. At this stage, the four teams are drawn in two matches, with the two winners progressing to the Semi-Final stage. Ten teams enter the competition, with four teams drawn into the Preliminary Round and the remaining six teams into Round 1A. The four winners in Round 1A then progress to Round 2A.