Eire Og (@1.5) vs Newmarket (@2.87)

Our Prediction:

Eire Og will win

Eire Og – Newmarket Match Prediction | 31-08-2019 09:00

Hibs led 2-0 at the break with goals from Andy Fitzgerald and Evin Barry. A good team moved involving Liam Delaney and Gary Leahy was finished with a goal from Jack Kelly to make it 3-0. Man of the match Andy Fitzgerald. Josh Lindsay fired in a fourth before prolific striker Gary Leahy got in on the scoring with a brace before full time. Shannon Hibs A 6-0 Lifford A Shannon Hibs continued their great start to the Premier Division with an impressive 6-0 victory over Lifford at Riverside on Sunday.

Finbarr's en route to the final. In 1928, Bridevalley and Cloughduv amalgamated to form a senior club called ire g and in that same year they won the Cork Senior Hurling Championship, defeating Mallow in the final at Cork Athletic Grounds before an attendance of 10,000 who paid a total of 332. In 1923, the Bridevalley was formed and remained active until 1927. Mallow had beaten Blackrock and ire g beat St.

In those losers round games, I think Clooney-Quin will have too much for Clarecastle. Would we have thought before the championship started that after this weekend, Kilmaley, Newmarket, OCallaghans Mills or Clooney-Quin could all be in the relegation pot? While there might be quarter-final places up for grabs in the Clare senior hurling championship this weekend, it is the games in the losers round that I feel are the really big ones to look forward to. That is not a scenario they would have wanted to find themselves in so they now must deal with that and make sure they are ready. I know that the likes of Cratloe and Ballyea will be gunning to get the win this weekend so they can give themselves that four week break before the quarter-finals, because players in those clubs are also looking towards some really big games in the football championship.

The race for the 2019 Clare Senior Football championship gathers pace this weekend with the round two ties down for decision. The concession of two very sloppy goals will be an obvious concern, while the fact they did not really create many goal chances will also be something they need to address. The champions saw off a stubborn challenge from Kilmihil in the opening round, while Kilrush did likewise against Naomh-Eoin OCurrys. While both sides picked up the win, Kilrush will likely have the more points to work on, as the new-look side pushed them all the way before just falling short. Group One Sunday at 3pm in Cooraclare: St Josephs Miltown v Kilrush This is a clash of two sides that already have the first win of the campaign under their belts.

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Underage football emerged as a force during this period and significantly in 1998, the Under-14 footballers won the Cork File na nGael competition. In 2006 the minors landed a second county title and these successes provided the platform for ire g's 2008 Junior Football County Championship win when they defeated Ballygarvan in the final. Many of these players went on to win the club's first Minor A Football County title four years later.

A great team display with passing going to hand, always looking for the man in the better position and tackling like a Kilkenny forward great stuff lads. So don the Red & White and bring your Comon the Townies roar to Broadford . Well done to the ire g U13A Hurlers who has a great win against Clarecastle in the opening round of the U13A Championship. Good luck to the ire g Senior Hurlers who take on Clonlara this afternoon at 3pm in Broadford, loads of county talent on display as well as top class Club hurlers, so its a great way to spend the afternoon.

Maloney Garden Machinery Premier Division Kilrush Rangers 0-1 Newmarket Celtic A Newmarket Celtic needed a late late show to earn a hard earned 3 points away t...o Kilrush Rangers on Sunday morning. Kieran Mahoney, Ian Collins and David McCarthy were all denied by great saves from Peter O'Dwyer to keep the scores level at the break. In the second half it was more of the same but some wasteful finishing and great goalkeeping had the scores level. Kilrush came close to a winner late on when a ball over the top was poked beyond the advancing Shane Cusack by Danny Clancy but rolled just wide of the post. Just when it seemed like Kilrush would hang on for a shock result on 92 minutes David McCarthy latched on to a through ball and showed a lot of composure to go round the keeper and slot home to what could prove to be a big early goal in the title race. A youthful Kilrush Rangers side battled gamely throughout this contest and made the current champions work extremely hard to create chances. David McCarthy on his return to the side had a great chance to put Newmarket in front but scuffed his effort from 8 yards out. Best for Kilrush Peter O'Dwyer and Trevor Clancy while Paddy Purcell and man of the match David McCarthy did best for Newmarket Celtic.

ire g played Na Piarsaigh, Nemo Rangers, UCC and Bandon to win this section. Finbarr's out of the reckoning and had the city side back-pedalling for lengthy periods, and a semi-final place eluded them only because of a failure to offer an adequate deterrent to the presence of Jimmy Barry-Murphy at full forward. In 1980, the senior championship was run on a league basis. Jimmy scored two vital goals". Finbarr's in the quarter final and were beaten on a score of 210 to 111 and according to a Cork Examiner report, "ire Og responded with admiration to the marvellous attempt to sweep St. ire g faced St.

Chairman of Clare GAA Joe Cooney is confident progress will be made early next week on the appointment of management teams for the Banners inter-county sides for 2020. It was only for the hurling that the review was requested and that is ongoing at the moment. Following that, delegates requested a review of Clare hurling to be undertaken following a disappointing provincial campaign which saw Clare fail to advance to the All-Ireland series. Cooney confirmed that the review is currently underway and outlined the steps being taken. Football boss Colm Collins has already told The Clare Champion that he is likely to remain in his position for the coming season with confirmation of his backroom team expected in the next few weeks. The make-up of the senior hurling management is creating the most talking points with Donal Moloney and Gerry OConnor having come to the end of their three-year term following Clares exit from the championship earlier this summer.


Well done to ire g Senior Hurlers who beat Kilmaley in the first round of the Championship this afternoon after extra time. A huge team effort. Particular praise for X ire g Academys Darren OBrien who had his first start at Senior Championship level and played the full game like as if he had been doing it for years. Comon the Townies .