St Marys (@1.66) vs Coolera-Strandhill (@2.62)
06-10-2019

Our Prediction:

St Marys will win

St Marys – Coolera-Strandhill Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 09:00

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The Boys team were outright winners and qualified for the County Finals on the 21st March, Eoin, Caoilte and Josh took second place in the finals. Realt na Mara NS Rosses Point were represented by Jenny Demmel, Kate Keyes, and Ava O Grady, and the boys were represented by Eoin Armstrong, Caoilte Brannigan, and Josh Henry on Tuesday 5th March.

Pacific was outstanding from beyond the arc down the stretch and was able to fight back from a 53-44 deficit with just 8:15 left in regulation to pick up the needed conference win. The Pacific Tigers improved to 13-11 (3-6 WCC) on the season after defeating the Pepperdine Waves, 66-59, this past Saturday. Pacific shot 47.9% from the field and 52.9% from beyond the arc in the victory. Leading the way for the Tigers was Lafayette Dorsey who had 20 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, and a steal.

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At half time Sligo were 4 points up but Wexford got some vital scores to narrow the gap. Todate it has been 2 wins out of 5 for the Sligo Intermediate Ladies and they were playing Wexford at home on Sunday last in a must win game to help them reach a play-off stage.Sligo had the upperhand for most of the game with a first half goal coming from Roisin Collery to settle the players. The final group game is against Tipperary on the 7th April at home at 2pm (venue to be confirmed). Karen Maloney took some all important points through-out the game and she was helped by Aine Gormley and Nicole Fowley who secured that all important win for Sligo with a final score of 1.8 to 0.8.

The Sligo sports Partnership are running an 'Inclusive Sport' training workshop for coaches, instructors and leaders it will be loaded with fun games and activities that can be used through all sports, warm ups, cool downs, team building games, camps and more. If you or your members are interested please contact Diane in the Sports Partnership on 071 9161511. The Ladies Gaelic Association wish to promote this workshop as they are generic ideas to be taken from it that coaches can adapt to there own sport.

The Mount, now with a new coach after Jamion Christian left for Siena in May, has an entirely new roster. Transfers decimated the squad to the point that new coach Dan Engelstad has one player who got solid minutes last year. Omar Habwe (#13) is a 66 wing who can extend to the perimeter. Hes the Mounts returning scorer, after scoring just under three points per game last season.

Please support the girls. Please support the girls. The following are the selected players: Roisin Faughnan (Ballymote),Lisa McGrath(Ballymote), Attracta Halloran (Coolera), Leah Gannon (C.T. They go on to play their first game of the group stages against Leitrim on Saturday 6th April in Sligo IT grounds at 6pm. Gaels), Aimee Oates (Drumcliff), Lisa McLoughlin (Drumcliff), Sinead Regan (Drumcliff), Orla O'Dowd (Eastern Harps), Shannon Doherty (Eastern Harps), Megan McCormack (Eastern Harps), Eimear Henry (Eastern Harps), Leanne Powell (Eastern Harps), Meave Duffy (Eoghan Rua), Aimie Cawley (Eoghan Rua), Nora O'Reilly (Geevagh), Sinead Mohan (Geevagh) Leah Kelly (St Farnans), Aisling Egan (St Marys), Emma Gallagher (St Marys), Kayleigh Haran (St Michaels), Sorcha Codd (St Michaels), Lisa Flynn (St Molaise Gaels), Cliona McGowan (St Molaise Gaels), Deidre Byrne (St Molaise Gaels), MaryAnn O'Kennedy (St Nathys), Katie Reynolds (St Nathys), Molly Kennedy (Tourlestrane), Meave Normally (Tourlestrane). The Minor squad is up against Leitrim on Monday 1st of April at 6pm in Sean O'Heslins Ballinamore. After a very successful Connacht blitz and a series of trials the U14 management had to come up with a panel of 30 to take to the upcoming games.

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Michael's of Lurgan last Saturday in Derrylin, Fermanagh, the final score was 3-10 to 0-07. Congratulation to manager Colm McGee, and his St. The date/time/venue for the final will be confirmed later. Our Minor players Jason Perry, Cian Gilmartin, Darragh Kilcoyne, Paddy Killian, Niall Brennan Jack McIntyre were all part of the squad. Attracta's Community School Team who reached the All-Ireland Colleges B Final following their defeat of the Ulster Champions, St.

A brilliant individual goal by David O'Reilly mid-way through the 2nd half proved to be the decisive score. A last gasp free kick converted by the reliable boot of Com McManus earned our senior footballers their first brace of points in this year's division one league. Next up in this competition is the visit of perennial favourites Tourlestrane. However a plucky Shamrock Gels outfit battled gamely almost securing a share of the spoils.

Saint Marys shot 55.7% from the field and 42.9% from beyond the arc in the victory. Leading the way for the Gaels was Jordan Ford who had 26 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists. Saint Marys was outstanding on both ends of the court in the 1st half and was able to hold off the Dons late in the 2nd half after taking a 47-30 halftime lead. The Saint Marys Gaels snapped their 2-game losing streak and improved to 14-9 (5-3 WCC) on the season after defeating the San Francisco Dons, 86-80, this past Saturday.

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This years Mount St. Mary team is picking up the pieces after a number of players and the head coach left in the offseason. All three of those teams are some of the worst in Division I this year. This is a team that has lost to Morgan State, Loyola-Maryland (remember the decisive win the Johnnies had vs the Greyhounds?) and got blasted by North Carolina A&T.