Garrycastle (@2.0) vs St Lomans (@2.0)
18-08-2019

Our Prediction:

St Lomans will win

Garrycastle – St Lomans Match Prediction | 18-08-2019

Newcastle United and Sunderland are regarded as the clubs main rivals, but there is a rivalry with Leeds United as well. Middlesbrough impressed in the 2015/2016 Championship campaign and they did really well to secure promotion to the English top flight. The capacity of the Riverside Stadium is 34,742. Boro have been playing their home games at the Riverside Stadium since 1995 and their shirt colour is red. Middlesbrough is a professional football club that have been balancing between the top two divisions of Englands league system in the modern history.

The Saints again started the Second Half brightly but unfortunately didnt get the scores to show for it. The Hosts responded with a pointed free, before a sucker-punch goal moments later which well and truly abolished any chance of a Lomans comeback. Lomans finished with two well taken scores, the first was a long range point from Sam McCartan and the second was a beautiful point from substitute Frank Kavanagh after a great pass by David Windsor. Garrycastle would get the final say with a pointed free leaving the final score at 1.17 to 1.06. Both teams would trade scores before Stephen Gallagher floated over a point for the Visitors. Throughout the Second Half the blues had a lot of possession but could not make it count and were guilty of dropping the ball short into the keepers hands on several occasions. The Blues were also denied a goal when the Garrycastle Goalkeeper made an excellent point-blank save from Conan OHara. Garrycastle added two more points to stretch their lead with Man of the Match Alex Gardiner getting his sixth point of the evening.

*Bundesliga

The championship starts with a group stage and then progresses to a knock out stage. The 2017 Westmeath Senior Football Championship is the 113th edition of the Westmeath GAA's premier club Gaelic football tournament for senior graded teams in County Westmeath, Ireland. The tournament consists of 12 teams, with the winner going on to represent Westmeath in the Leinster Senior Club Football Championship.

Not to mention they played against a fair wind in the first half which had died by the time the Second Half came around. A disappointing evening for the Blues but in truth they were short a number of experienced players. On the Night though, Garrycastle were the stronger side and Lomans will need to regroup before their next league match against Tang.

Lomans when faced with high balls coming in, but they weathered the storm, and so it wasSt. A total of only two points fromopen play also speaks of the difficulties Garrycastle had with getting scores from open play. = = = = =Ladies Senior Championship FinalGarrycastle 0-09, Milltown 0-15Commiserations to our Senior Ladies team who gave their all, but came up just short againstMilltown in the final played in Lakepoint Park, Mullingar, on Saturday afternoon. Alex Gardiner was fouled just on the edge ofthe square, and Dessie tapped over the resultant free. Then, not long after beingintroduced, a line ball decision against Ger Heneghan, when the ball did not seem to havegone out, resulted in a straight red card for the same player, after the linesman brought thereferee's attention to something he had said. Subs:John Gaffey for Anthony Larkin (43 mins), Michael Monaghan for Mark Curley (45 mins), GerHeneghan for Jonathan McGuire (47 mins), Jason Nugent for Dessie Dolan (55 mins). Overall, the Garrycastle team will be disappointed with this result. A pointed free from Conor Cosgrove narrowed the gap again, but then a trio of points forthe St. Even with Dessieorchestrating the Garrycastle attacking efforts, with the wind being such a major factor, awider cushion was needed at the half-time break for safety. This seemed to spur the Garrycastle team onwards, and another pointed free from Dessiewith five minutes of normal time remaining narrowed the gap between the teams to fourpoints. Lomans who advanced to the final in two weeks time. Team:Shane Moran, Anthony Larkin, Mark McCallon, Gary McCallon, James Dolan, MatthewGuiheen, Mark Curley, Doron Harte, James Sheerin (0-1), Tom O'Halloran, Conor Cosgrove(0-5, 4f), Eoin Monaghan, Jonathan Mcguire, Alex Gardiner (0-1, 1 '45), Dessie Dolan (0-5,5f). Lomans team, the last from a 45-meter free, extended their lead to six points witheight minutes of normal time remaining. Final attempts to push for scores caused some consternation for St. That was to be their last score however, andGarrycastle pushed hard to reduce the lead. Lomans pushed high up the field, making life verydifficult for Garrycastle to break out of their own half. As time played out Garrycastle had a couple of wides which could have closed thegap further, but also were thankful to goalkeeper Shane Moran for a great stop right on theend of normal time. also not working as planned, as St.

*SuperLiga

Cardiff City and Middlesbrough seem to be evenly matched at the moment ahead of Game week 32 and we predict that they are going to share the spoils in the capital of Wales. The Boro, on the other hand, are eyeing a place in the Championship play-offs, meaning that there will be fireworks when the two teams face each other in Saturdays football match. Cardiff City and Middlesbrough face each other at Cardiff City Stadium in what is expected to be one of the most entertaining games of Saturdays program. The Bluebirds do not want to give up on their Premier League dream and there is every chance the hosts will adopt an attack-minded approach against the Riverside Stadium outfit. Considering that under 2.5 goals have been netted in three of Boros last four league fixtures a low-scoring affair is on the horizon this time out.

They were beaten just thrice in their last 12 league matches, a good stat for a team sitting at the bottom half of the standings. The Shrimps could be positive about their chances when they welcome Colchester on Tuesday as they have found a knack of picking up points in recent outings. The team managed by Jim Bentley defeated promotion candidate Exeter on the weekend and there is no doubt that they will be in good spirits.

The club was founded in 1981 after GAA fans in the area saw the need for a second club in Athlone to cater for the growing population of the town. They won their first Westmeath senior football championship in 2001, and their first Leinster club football title in 2011 after a last-minute free from second-half substitute Conor Cosgrove.[1]They are the first Westmeath club to win the title.[2]In 2004, Dessie Dolan was the first player from the club to be awarded an All Star. Dessie received an award for Westmeath footballer of the year for 2015 after his Man of the Match performance against Meath in the Leinster Championship.[3]On 17 March 2012, they played in their first All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship final against Crossmaglen Rangers at Croke Park.[4][5][6] The match finished in a draw on a 1-12 to 0-15 scoreline.[7][8] Crossmaglen went on to win the replay to claim their sixth title.

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Montpellier lost 4 of their last 5 matches before this event with Caen.The attacking skills of Montpellier are very bad, they couldnt win at least one game from the last 5 they played. Their attack is in a very bad shape right now and we dont think they will be able to score in this game against Caen. Montpellier are ranked on the 15th place in the standings with 33 points, 43 goals scored and 55 goals received this season in Ligue 1.In their last match they lost against Toulouse.

David Silva is a product of Valencias youth system. In 2010, the Spanish midfielder signed a deal with Premier League side Manchester City and he has already won two domestic championships with the free-spending club. Born on 8 January, 1986, the highly rated footballer made his debut in the 2004/2005 campaign and went on to score a total of 21 goals for the Estadio de Mestalla outfit.

= = = = =Jersey SponsorshipAt a jersey sponsor presentation in the club on Friday, Michael Ganly of Ganlys Hardware,our main club sponsor; and Paschal Dillon of Dans Tavern, our club associate sponsor;presented new Jerseys for the Senior Mens and Senior Ladies team to club chairmanMichael Mannion, and Ladies Chairperson Sinead Denby. (Oliver) Flanagan, who played a blinder onWinning Streak on Saturday evening, managing to get in a plug for everyone from Flancareto egg sales to Angus cattle breeding to the county semi-final! Hearty congratulations to club legend O.J. Indeed, except for oneunlucky choice at the end, he could have been spinning the big wheel! The cup final between Shandonagh and St. (its still not clearthough, why he picked the blue car in the first game)= = = = =Under-12 Jim McHugh Memorial TournamentThe annual Jim McHugh Memorial under-12 tournament is reaching its conclusion, withthree finals decided during the week. Manchan Gaels who triumphed over The Downs, and in the Shield final, Athlone came outon top against Millmore Gaels. Marys Rochfortbridge is scheduled for Mondayevening in Garrycastle. = = = = =Congratulations! In the Plate final, it was St. The club wishes to express their gratitude to Ganlys Hardware, and Dans Tavern, for theircontinued support. = = = = =Best WishesEveryone in the club sends best wishes for a speedy recovery to Cathal Mannion whosuffered a serious knee injury in training. In the trophy final, Lilliput Gaels overcame Milltownpass.

Our prediction for this Premier League match:

The Bluebirds do not want to give up on their Premier League dream and there is every chance the hosts will adopt an attack-minded approach against the Riverside Stadium outfit. The Boro, on the other hand, are eyeing a place in the Championship play-offs, meaning that there will be fireworks when the two teams face each other in Saturdays football match. Considering that under 2.5 goals have been netted in three of Boros last four league fixtures a low-scoring affair is on the horizon this time out. Cardiff City and Middlesbrough face each other at Cardiff City Stadium in what is expected to be one of the most entertaining games of Saturdays program. Cardiff City and Middlesbrough seem to be evenly matched at the moment ahead of Game week 32 and we predict that they are going to share the spoils in the capital of Wales.

Swansea won 4 of their last 5 matches. They have failed to win 21 of their last 38 matches in English Premier League.In their last match they won against West Brom. Swansea is ranked on the 15th place in the standings with 41 points, 45 goals scored and 70 goals received in the last 38 leagueevents. Swansea is in a good form before this event with Newcastle.The attacking skills of Swansea are very good.