Naomh Eanna (@1.12) vs St Fintans (@5.5)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Naomh Eanna will win

Naomh Eanna – St Fintans Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 07:00

St James vs Sarsfields: Sarsfields.Intermediate:Ferns vs Taghmon: Taghmon should win this. Starlights vs Annes: Starlights to win this. Kilanerin vs Gusserane: Kilanerin/Tara Rocks as I feel Gusserane have regressed. Ballyhogue vs Rosslare: Rosslare by 5.Naomh Eanna vs Bannow: Naomh Eanna, Bannow my favourites for relegation along St. Castletown vs Martins: Castletown as they will have done alot more football than Martins at this stage. Glynn vs Horeswood: I think Barntown should be too strong for Horeswood. Mary's Maudlintown vs C/Beg: Crossabeg by 4 to 5 points. Josephs. Bunclody vs St Josephs: BunclodyDuffry vs Fintans: Fintans. Senior:Fethard vs Shels: I think there will be a surprise here, a number of shels players arent playing this year from last years winning team.

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In the hurling, it will be really interesting to see how Naomh anna kick on after their historic first senior win last year and having to cope with more of their squad being involved with county teams than ever before. There are now 4 or 5 clubs with genuine aspirations to win the hurling, which is great for the championship, and I will guess that St. Last year's finalists will be put in separate pools and the same for the beaten semi-finalists but after that it's an open draw so should be exciting. The football is wide open as ever so I'm going to guess that Castletown, if they can finally figure out how to score more, might win the title to create a maroon double. Martin's might learn some lessons from last year's final defeat and go one better in 2019. The championship draws will take place on Saturday 2 February in the Talbot Hotel and will be broadcast live on South East Radio (normally around 6pm).

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football is so transient,teams change so much,change year on the year but group a as well at a push. i was just about to say this morning how shocked i was that 1 week on,not 1 post had been posted about the draw,yet there were pages and pages about county team. group a is the tougher in my view,i would not be so sure fethard will go back down,they werent expect to beat cloughban and they tore up the script,even after the draw people said they missed the chance,even their own support.

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However Glynn Barntown are a team who I think could easily win a senior championship, however once again it will depend on what players play and don't play. St Martins to win Horeswood v Glynn- Great to see Horeswood back at the top table in senior football once again after a year in intermediate, very lucky to get back up in some ways but showed real character to do so. Ferns v Taghmon - Interesting game if Ferns have all their county hurlers on the field they will probably be well capable of winning this. No Jason Ryan in Taghmon's corner anymore so that makes them more vunerable. Bunclody by 5-7 points Duffry Rovers v St Fintans - Hard game to call here but think St Fintans should come through. Fethard always tough to beat and have a scoring forward in John Tubritt but Shelmaliers should have enough in the tank. Crossabeg probably should won this grade last year. Starlights have lost their coach and his loss gives St Annes the advantage here. A tentative vote for Crossabeg by 2-3 points. St Annes by 2 points Fethard v Shelmaliers - County champions have a history of starting well in the senior football and I don't see any reason why it won stay the same here. Kilanerin v Gusserane- Tough game to call Gusserane's build up to this game has been tame enough on the results side of things however they will have county players back now and with Kilanerin Mattie less hard to see where they will get the missing 5 or 6 points per game. Shelmaliers by 4-6 Intermediate:Ballyhogue v St Mary's Rosslare - Judging on last year not much between these at a guss I'll go for BallyhogueGorey v Bannow Ballymitty - Naomh Eanna will be too fit and strong for Bannow Ballymitty could see a 7-9 point margin here. Somemay see it as a surprise but Ferns to sneak this by 2 points Bunclody v St Joesphs - Bunclody are good enough to win this grade and frankly St Joseph's are not, if Bunclody are to be serious contenders they need to hit the ground running and should win this pulling up. Castletown v St Martins - St Martin's will have too much firepower here one feels, Shane Roche taking his first role into coaching management with a senior club side so will be interesting to see his influence. League results indicate this is the case and St Annes normally a club where all players will tog out for the club regardless of county football or hurling. They have a few scoring forwards in their arsenal so makes them potential winners of any game in Wexford senior football. Is Donal Shanley completely gone off the radar since the Leitrim game t the start of the season? Crossabeg v St Mary's Maudlintown - Interesting Wexford district derby, St Mary's seem much more a club since the move back to Maudlintown and have been making strides forward. Is he injured etc? Senior:St James v Sarsfields - St James to take the victory here won't be a lot in it but the inclusion of intercounty players or not will be crucial in this game. Always a draw likely in round 1 and this could be the draw. Glynn Barntown to win by 2 or 3 points looks a safe bet.Starlights v St Annes- St Annes will win this they have a coach in with bags of experience at this stage and likely doing more football than he would have got the chance to do with St Martins.