Ballinagh (@1.28) vs Cuchulainns (@4.0)

Our Prediction:

Ballinagh will win

Ballinagh – Cuchulainns Match Prediction | 13-09-2019 14:15

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A special art competition was organised for Primary and Post-Primary pupils. The art exhibition and trophy display went on until 8.00pm. All players, ex-players and ex-officials down through the years were notified and invited to attend celebrations. These were concerned with club members involvement at county and All-Ireland levels. The entire day was a tremendous success, starting with a beautiful Concelebrated Mass. The county display which involved items of interest from every club in the county was also made available to the club. Entries were exhibited in the general purpose room in Mullagh National School. The readings and Prayers of the Faithful and the procession all involved All-Ireland winners and representatives of the organisations. The choir was a joint choir from Cross and Mullagh. On club day all available Ulster Championship, All-Ireland, Railway Cup, and other medals won by people from the parish, together with Scr and camogie trophies were put on display. Also on display were all the photographs and paper cuttings available.

In 1985 Cuchulainns gained promotion to division 2 and contested both the league and intermediate championship finals. The intermediate championship final was reached by beating literally the best teams in the competition. Gowna, the opponents in the final, proved once again to be the bogey team. One only has to remember the thrilling games against Kildallan, Denn and Killeshandra. Cuchulainns fought hard to get into this game but with Gowna dominating midfield there was to be no joy for the large group of supporters from the parish.

Ballyhaise are good enough to win the title outright and are hitting their stride at the right time but there is a lot of football to be played yet. Last season, then, they seemed to be running on fumes and were well below par when ending up in another relegation final, seeing off neighbours Redhills in the One Tree Clasico to save their status. This term, Ballyhaise have been very impressive, losing just twice in their 13 regulation league games and those losses came against Killinkere, by a point, and Bailieborough, a reversal they later emphatically avenged in the promotion play-off before they went on to claim the title on Sunday last. However, Aaron Watson has really found his feet and the relocation of Sean McCormack to full-back has worked out brilliantly. All in all, things look very promising and with the league title secured last Sunday, confidence will be high going into championship, where old friends Bailieborough await. At midfield, Conor Lyons has been his usual consistent self, assisted at times by the promising youngster Eoin Clarke who has been a real find. Having waited so long to win the Intermediate Championship, they were unlucky to go straight back down in 2016, losing a replay to Killygarry and then in a freakish turn of events running into Cavan Gaels of all teams in the relegation final. This squad have been light on defenders in recent years and top heavy with forwards and that situation was not helped by the absence of key men Mark Brennan and Shane Briody, both in Australia. The following year, they regrouped and returned to the final where Shercock stunned them. David Brady has had some injury problems but he is a thoroughbred and will be a huge addition when he returns to the team. And up top, there is an impressive spread of scorers. In his absence, the likes of younger brother Michael and Martin Conaty have been going very well while Kevin Tierney, who turned in an exhibition against Bailieborough recently, is fit again and has been scoring prolifically as per his normal standard. BallyhaiseThe Annalee Park men parted company with manager Laurence Brady before a competitive ball was kicked, which is never a good sign, but the new management have done an excellent job since taking the reins for the beginning of the league.

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JFC Denn v Killinkere; Killinkere should have enough to come through here. Castlerahan v Kingscourt; Castlerahan will win this. Ramor v Crosserlough; Ramor by 2 IFC Bailieborough v Laragh; Laragh will win easily here by 10+Bridge v Arva; will be nothing in it, bridge without Flanagan for year and arva without Sheridan. Belturbet v Mullahoran; another game that's very hard to call. Cucu v Killeshandra- Easy win for Cuchulainns. If they are fit Lacken should scrape through. Gonna say arva by 2. Drumlane v Mountnugent; Drumlane to prevail here by 5. Gowna v Gaels; fancy Cavan Gaels to win but not without a massive battle. SFC Quarter FinalsLavey v Lacken; Hard game to call alot will depend on the fitness of Niall McKiernan and the Galligans. A lot depends of fitness of thomas edward donohoe he would give Denn a fighting chance but still think KK are too strong. Could be a draw. Fancy them to put up a big score here.

Championship starts tonight, with senior, intermediate and junior action this weekend, anyone fancy giving their predictions?

After an understandably tentative start Thomas Reilly opened Cuchulainns account with a free after five minutes and when the in-form Reilly then scored two good points from open play in quick succession, the writing was on the wall for the visitors. Cuchulainns set their stall out from the very early part of the year with a 0-13 to 0-6 win over Lavey at Edwin Carolan Park, putting down a marker for the rest of the season.

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Closing date is 11th Sept. Please support. All-Ireland Ticket DrawIts that time of year again with the usual rat-race for All-Ireland tickets. The Club is holding its usual annual draw for two All-Ireland Football Cusack Stand tickets and 500 spending money. You can also buy tickets online using the following link . Tickets are 5 each or 3 for 10 and can be purchased from any committee member.