Ballinagh (@1.28) vs Cuchulainns (@4.0)
13-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Ballinagh will win

Ballinagh – Cuchulainns Match Prediction | 13-09-2019 14:15

SFC Lavey v Lacken; Lacken highly dependent on a few very strong players. 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. They will get caught out at some stage because of this and I think it might be here. 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. 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. Lavey by 1. 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. 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? It doesn't affect me or my club but I would have thought not. If it was the more fun day stuff that seems to go on in Oz & Dubai etc. 6+Gowna v Gaels; Gaels by 1. Belturbet v Mullahoran; Looks 50/50 but will go Belturbet by 1. 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. Castlerahan v Kingscourt; Castlerahan too strong. 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. It seems a bit unfair that he can play in two c'ships.

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JFC Denn v Killinkere; Killinkere should have enough to come through here. Castlerahan v Kingscourt; Castlerahan will win this. Ramor v Crosserlough; Ramor by 2 IFC Bailieborough v Laragh; Laragh will win easily here by 10+Bridge v Arva; will be nothing in it, bridge without Flanagan for year and arva without Sheridan. Belturbet v Mullahoran; another game that's very hard to call. Cucu v Killeshandra- Easy win for Cuchulainns. If they are fit Lacken should scrape through. Gonna say arva by 2. Drumlane v Mountnugent; Drumlane to prevail here by 5. Gowna v Gaels; fancy Cavan Gaels to win but not without a massive battle. SFC Quarter FinalsLavey v Lacken; Hard game to call alot will depend on the fitness of Niall McKiernan and the Galligans. A lot depends of fitness of thomas edward donohoe he would give Denn a fighting chance but still think KK are too strong. Could be a draw. Fancy them to put up a big score here.

They open their championship campaign against the same opponents in Cootehill, a match which should tell us a lot more about both teams. In a wide open championship, it is certainly not beyond the bounds of possibility that the Shamrocks would go a long way. A number of players have been in outstanding form. A club with their history, tradition and population base should be in senior ranks and they are putting in an almighty effort to get there. While Alan O'Mara is currently in America, the defence has been settled with Philip Clarke and Sean Cooney excelling. BailieboroughThe Shamrocks have been building incrementally for the last few seasons. After a slow start in which they lost two of their first three games against Shercock and Killinkere, they won eight of their next nine, culminating in victories over Ballyhaise and Swanlinbar in which they hit a cumulative total of 10-26. Last year, they had a big win over eventual champions Mullahoran in the group stages before losing to Laragh in a replayed quarter-final and they will be aiming to go a couple of steps better this time round. Gilsenan has missed out of late due to injury but is nearing a return while county man Michael Argue, who has played just one full game and didn't see much game time with Cavan, is also close to full fitness and will be a massive addition when he is. Don't rule them out! Four points up at half-time in New Inns against Lavey and a return to the top flight after 15 years away beckoning, they conceded four goals in the second half and lost and then Ballyhaise, whom they had beaten by 13 points three weeks earlier, thumped them in the resulting play-off. At midfield, Christopher Dunne has been superb, with Rhys Clarke, Luke Gilsenan and Gary Daly very impressive up front. The mystifying collapse in their form in recent weeks does not inspire confidence, however.

Like the drawn match, the replay was a very close encounter and the possibility of extra time loomed until Aidan Connell snatched a point in the dying moments of the game. However, with M. Stanley in commanding form in midfield, Munterconnaught laid the foundations for victory. If the 1970s saw a gradual decline in the playing fortunes of the club, the 1980s have seen a gradual improvement as the successful juveniles came through to adult level. The final score was 010 to 16. Munterconnaught the more balanced outfit settled quickly. Cuchulainns relying heavily on Ray Carolan found it harder to get into their stride and it was indeed the second half before they really got into the game. Hetherton and O. The match itself was fast and exiting, but both sets of forwards found scores hard to come by. The Anglo Celt reports that both teams played with resolute determination in a tough exciting match, the final score being 24 to 07. The final was to be another disappointing day for Cuchulainns, with their opponents Munterconnaught gaining their first intermediate championship title. Cuchulainns did have a good championship run in 1980 when they overcame the challenge of Killygarry after a replay to reach the intermediate championship final.

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They won their first game against Castletara last week but lost their second game away to Kildallan last Sunday by just a point in a high-scoring game. They won their first game against Crosserlough last Saturday. Other teams in our group are Cavan Gaels, Cootehill and Crosserlough. We also have a team in Division 5 along with Ballinagh, Kildallon, Crosserlough, Castletara St Patricks, Shercock and Cuchulainns. U14 BoysOur U14 Boys are in Division 2 (Group 1) for this years Championship.

At this stage the Cuchulainns midfield had the upper hand. Cuchulainns responded with a goal and a point from R.Carolan. However, the tactic of lobbing in some high centres into the Killeshandra square proved fruitless and a great deal of good possession was wasted. However, time was running out they could only get within a point of the opposition. Cuchulainns with the benefit of the breeze in the first half enjoyed a greater share of the play but found themselves trailing by 0-4 to 0-2 at the interval. As the game entered the third quarter Killeshandra gradually took control, having built up a commanding six point lead.

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The tie ceased to be a contest after the opening 11 minutes when Cuchulainns led by 32 to 00. The game itself was described by both local newspapers The Anglo Celt and The Cavan Leader, as the most competitive decider at the Breifne Park venue in years and said both teams were to be complimented on turning in a very enjoyable hour's football. Indeed, it was a sight to behold to see 36 or 38 players heading off round the field in Cross. The reason however why the title went to Cuchulainns rather than Denn, was that the winners made the most of their scoring opportunities. The teams were so evenly matched a draw seemed on the cards from the early minutes. The hard training and large turnouts were rewarded with eight consecutive wins in the league and with a confident air Cuchulainns approached the first round of the intermediate championship against Redhills. The year 1987 is going to stand out in the history of the club. Since some minors were also senior and junior panels, all the panels trained together. In the semi-final Cuchulainns scored an emphatic 49 to 05 victory over Lavey. The inclusion of young players produced a winning brand of football. It was the year that Cuchulainns won the Cavan Intermediate Football Championship and in fact were unbeaten until 6 September 1987. Cuchulainns forced their way into the semi-final by defeating Kill 011 to 13 in a disappointing game in Cootehill. In the final Cuchulainns met favourites for the title, Denn. However, Cuchulainns were lucky to survive a late rally before eventually winning by a slender one point, 016 to 36.

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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. 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. 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. 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. I have absolutely no issues with the current format.

Team-manager: Cormac Cahill. Subs used: Mark McKenna, Martin Quinn and Paul Carolan. The successful Cuchulainns side that defeated Lacken in the Intermediate Championship final of '93 was as follows: Jimmy Reilly (captain), Martin Flanagan, John Doughty, Jimmy Murtagh, Peter Cooney, Brian Daly, Martin Lynch, Ronan Carolan, Noel Donohoe, Terry Farrelly, Eamonn Carolan, Fintan Cahill, Gerry McKenna, Liam Doughty, Eamonn Carolan.