St Michaels (@3.1) vs St Eunans (@1.44)

Our Prediction:

St Eunans will win

St Michaels – St Eunans Match Prediction | 22-09-2019 09:00

The game is in Rosses Park which is worth a few points to the locals but after Martin Regans teams clinical defeat of Killybegs, it would register as a huge shock if there was anything other than a Naomh Conaill win. Naomh Conaill dont have an Oisin Gallen (he scored 2-9 against Dungloe) though Eoghan McGettigan has the potential if given room.

Glenfin, last years Intermediate champions, came close to pulling off a shock win over Glenswilly last weekend in the first round. Milford left the disappointment of league relegation behind them with a four point win over struggling Four Masters in Tr Chonaill Park. Cathal McGettigan once again top scored for Milford and along with Luke Barrett, Christopher Barrett, Kane Barrett and Darragh Black, they will carry the main hopes of the Moyle Park faithful on Saturday afternoon against Glenfin. On the back of last weekends performance, Glenfin boosted by the inclusion of Aaron McGlynn and Stephen Ward, both of whom impressed against Glenswilly,will head to Moyle View Park in confident mood.Milford were a little unlucky to be relegated and came out on the wrong side of a number of results in a very strong Division One. It took an injury time equaliser from Michael Murphy to snatch a dramatic draw for the 2016 senior champions to deny the locals a famous win.

Also in the team of that era were goalkeeper Johnny McClean and Fr John McMonagle of Glencar, who played at midfield. The town's first Gaelic football playing field was located where Scoil Colmcille, Letterkenny currently is. Frank "Steve" Donohoe and Mickey McGovern formed a club called the "Fag a Bailes" in 1917 during a meeting at McGovern's Public House on Letterkenny's Lower Main Street. This club would be important to the proper establishment of Gaelic football in East Donegal.

Rory Kavanagh and Lee McMonagle gave Eunans a fast start to the second-half with points from play in first ninety seconds to open a three point gap in the game for the first time. Colm Mc Fadden pulled one back with another fine score from play in the 34th minute but Conon Gibbons restored the three point gap from a free two minutes later.

St Eunans open All-County Football League Division One against Kilcar

But in Adam Neilly and Conor Greene they have the attacking duo to ask questions of the Naomh Conaill. Naivety in defence rather than frailties was the source of Dungloes problems and it is hard to see Francie Martin coming up with a defensive plan to tighten up at the back in the space of a week. Dungloe chalked up 1-18 yet were still on the end of an eight point defeaty courtesy of Oisin Gallen and Sean MacCumhaills in Ballybofey on Saturday night.. It is a bigger project than that.

In 1960 the club beat Gaoth Dobhair in the final again, this time by a scoreline of 011 to 03. In 1967 the club beat St. The club won their first Donegal Senior Football Championship in 1948, defeating old nemesis and previously invincible Gaoth Dobhair by a scoreline of 17 to 21. The club made the final again in 1949, 1950, 1951 and 1952, eventually winning their second title in 1956, beating Ballyshannon by a scoreline of 08 to 12.

Michaels Team and Scorers were:Oisin Cannon 0-1, Michael McFadden, Eddie Patterson, Shane Langan, Ryan Langan 0-2, Ruairi Friel, Jamie Hunter 0-1. Lorcan McDaid, Stephen Coyle 0-1, Patrick McGinley, Hugh ODonnell 0-1, John McFadden, Eoghan Kelly 0-3, Brian McLaughlin, Daniel Doak 0-1.Subs: Dan Ferry, Kit Regan, Jubal Williamson, Conor Carroll, Conan Brennan, Raymond McLaughlin, Aiden McFadden, Dean McColgan, Dylan McGee. The St.

In 2009 the club achieved the three-in-a-row, defeating Naomh Conaill by a scoreline of 013 to 006.[17] They would beat the same team in the 2012 final. In 2008 they beat Termon, their neighbours on the other side of town, by a scoreline of 213 to 108 and went on to win a match in the Ulster Senior Club Football Championship for the first time, defeating Clonoe O'Rahilly's of Tyrone, the county that had just won that year's All-Ireland title, in the quarter-final. However, Crossmaglen Rangers knocked them out in the semi-final. In the 2001 championship final the club defeated Four Masters by a scoreline of 110 to 008. In the 2006 final Gaoth Dobhair beat them by 106 to 004In 2007 they beat local rivals Glenswilly by a scoreline of 012 to 103.

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Gibbons late point gives St Eunans the edge against St Michaels

There followed a lull, broken in 1983, when the club defeated Ard an Rtha in the final by a scoreline of 008 to 003. There would be no further senior titles until 1999.

Last years Division Two winners Malin are forced to wait to get their league campaign going as they sit out the first of their two bye weeks. The other games in the opening week in the division will see newly promoted Killybegs at home to Ardara, Naomh Conaill welcome Four Masters, while Gaoth Dobhair will play St Michaels at home in Magheragallon.

The next round of games takes place just two days later on Easter Sunday, March 31. Each team has two bye weeks during the year. St Michaels meanwhile have their first bye in round two. Kilcar will do battle with Four Masters in Towney while Malin get their 2013 league campaign underway with a home tie against Ardara. Gaoth Dobhair and Naomh Conaill both play their second home game in as many days, facing St Eunans and Killybegs respectively.

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