St Galls (@1.16) vs Aghagallon (@5.0)

Our Prediction:

St Galls will win

St Galls – Aghagallon Match Prediction | 07-09-2019 08:00

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Dunloy soon settled intotheir stride and with Aine Magill, Eimear Johnston and McArthur leading thecharge they pushed for home. With the breeze at their back Loughgiel made apromising start to the second half with points from Cara Connolly and OrlaghLaverty but that was as good is it got for Shamrocks. McArthur was to be the dominant force now as shehit four of her teams scores, Johnston hit two while Magill got the other oneas the finished 1-19 to 0-4 to the good. New customers only. Additional winnings are credited in cash to the players account immediately after bet settlement. Customer must apply 'Profit Boost Ticket ' to a single or accumulator. 18+. 'Profit Boost Token' granted hereunder is equivalent to 200% on top of a winning bets profit. 'Profit boost ticket' valid for 7 days. Max stake of 10. Min deposit 10. Maximum extra winnings are capped at /$/5000.

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Points from subs Sarah Fyfe and Aisling Donnelly were followed by a well-taken goal from Captain Keira ONeill. Overall however despite the wind, the second half broke even and to their credit the Con Magees girls battled right to the end and finished well with hard endeavour in defence and midfield areas. Playing with the aid of a strong breeze and an 8 point advantage the Hannastown girls had one hand already on the trophy. Ciara Larkin rattled the top corner of net early on and were followed up with points from Martin and Webb.

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Dunloy powered their way to the Under 16 Camogietitle when they beat old rivals Loughgiel by 1-19 to 0-4 in Monday eveningsfinal at Cloughmills. They hit the front with a point from team captain Cassie McArthur and for therest of the opening half it was one way traffic as an Aine Magill inspiredCuchullains side took control. The hot favourite fell behind in the opening minute whenthe Shamrocks centre-forward Orlagh Laverty pointed a free, but it was to bethe only time they trailed and Clannaid OKane had them level two minutes later.

Marys Aghagallon, St. Galls werent on a lot of peoples radar as potential Minor Football Championship winners. Brigids and All Saints looked like the sides most likely to be in with a shout come Octobers decider but Sundays finalists at Ahoghill are there on merit and are sure to provide an hours lively entertainment as an opener to the Senior final. Last years beaten finalists, St. Nobody saw it coming and at the start of the season Cuchullains and St.

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Molly Woulahan scored Glenravels second goal as the green and whites began to push home their dominance, but St Pauls looked dangerous when they pushed forward and had the Glenravel defence stretched on occasions only to find Orla Donnelly in the Glenravel goals in brilliant form. St Pauls drew back level but two excellent long-range points by the industrious Torie Edgar gave advantage back to the girls from the Glens. Niamh Ritchie for St Pauls and Niamh McKay from Glenravel traded points while two more St Pauls points before half time left only 3 points the gap at the short whistle. Plenty of opportunities were presented to the Con Magees and the scoreboard could have been busier. Glenravel had plenty of possession but found the last pass into the inside forward line difficult to connect until centre forward Ellen Hynds ghosted into the back post and palmed the ball into the back of the net after the St Pauls keeper had done well to parry Molly Woulahans initial shot.