Caulry (@1.83) vs Milltownpass (@2.2)

Our Prediction:

Caulry will win

Caulry – Milltownpass Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 10:30

Kick-off for this all-important clash is at 3pm allsupporters are asked to get behind the lads in their bid to make the intermediatefinal against an awaiting Milltownpass side.The verybest of luck to the team and their management. This remarkablematch was like history repeating itself as when the sides last met at thesemi-final stages of the championship in 2014, a replay was also necessary to separatethe teams after finishing all-square on 1-10 apiece. On that occasion, Caulrymanaged to get the better of Tang in the replay, prevailing by the narrowest ofmargins on a scoreline of 0-10 to 0-9 in Athlone. Intermediate Championship Semi-Final Replay FixtureCaulry andTang must go to battle again after last weekends draw on a scoreline of 1-9 apieceto see which side will advance to this years county final. Hopefully our lads willfollow suit this year when they take to the field for the replay on Sunday afternoonnext in Athlone.

U10 Larry Nugent TournamentOur U10 boyshad a very busy morning in the park on Saturday morning last as they playedhost to a series of teams for the annual Larry Nugent Tournament. Josepsh vs. GarrycastleWestmeath Runner-Up Final: Caulry vs. Proceedings began at 11am and after some exciting games, the finalpairings were as follows:Iarmh Final: St. A huge thanks to the parents who providedrefreshments on the day and to Rory Mullins, Luke Buckley, Stephen Connolly andOlan Healy for refereeing. Well done all! Josephs Gaa,Castledaly Gaa, Garrycastle GAA and Caulry with all clubs fielding twoteams. GarrycastleWestmeath Final: St. CaulryIarmh Runner-Up Final: Castledaly vs. Four clubstook part in the blitz includingSt. CastledalyThe teams along with the runners-up were then presented with their medals byLarry Nugent Jnr. Josephs vs. on behalf of the Nugent family.Well done to all the teams and managements involved and to everyone involved inthe organising of this tournament.

The Caulry lads will be hoping to push on from last weeks winover Milltownpass and pick up their second win of the campaign. Intermediate Championship FixtureOur ladswill battle it out against Milltown for Round 4 of this years championship on Saturdayevening next in Athlone. The most recent championship clash between the sideswas last years group-stages game where our lads came out of top on a scorelineof 2-12 to 0-16.

There are lots of prizesup for grabs on the night including four tickets for the All Ireland FootballFinal. Tickets are 5 each or 10 for a book of three andare available fromexecutive members and Kierans shop, Mount Temple. All Ireland Football Final Tickets DrawCaulry are holding an All Ireland Football Final Tickets Draw onFriday, August 30thin Egans Pub, Mount Temple.


Both defences done well when put under pressure as theforwards struggled to score with the next score of the game arriving on the 21stminute in the form of a converted-free for the visitors. Another point from Baker cut the deficit,but the opposition were not going to let their lead slip as a converted-freemoments later kept Caulry at arms length. Our boys werebrought right back into contention after some Trojan work from Rory Mullins whoattacked the oppositions kickout and riffled the ball to the back of the netto leave just two between the sides by the end of the third quarter. Whatshould have been a goal courtesy of Malynn was defended well and worked downthe field and slotted over the bar on the 46th minute by The Downs. Senan Baker stepped up with a superb score moments after. Althoughdominating a lot of the possession, our lads struggled to get their names onthe scoresheet with Baker kicking the next score of the game with just sixminutes remaining. Some chances went astray thenfor our lads as Malynn kicked the next score of the game from a free. This period of dominance began within 30second of the resumption of play as The Downs rattled the back of the Caulrynet. However,there was just enough time remaining for the opposition to work the ball up thefield and point to leave Caulry in front 1-4 to 0-5 at the break.The Downsstarted like an express train after the restart with a quick scoring blitzultimately proving Caulrys undoing. James Clavin brought off some vital interceptions in goalwhen called upon as a fabulous passing move from Luke Buckley was finished tothe net by Malynn on the 24th minute. Another point two minutes later saw them stretch their lead to two. The opposition tagged on another four points before our boys opened theirsecond half account, this coming courtesy of Malynn on the 42ndminute. However, The Downs responded in style as two points fromplay restored their three-point lead. The Downsdidnt panic as they slotted over another score from play. Thomas Dunning then brought Caulry back within the minimum margin with his finelong-range effort. The opposition thenattacked the following kickout as a superb point from play doubled their lead. Baker showed greatvision with his well-taken score on the 46th minute. Minor Championship Semi-FinalCaulry 2-10The Downs1-15Our minorsbowed out of this years championship at the semi-final stages when they hostedThe Downs in a high scoring affair on Thursday evening last.The gamestarted off with a slow tempo with Alan Malynn accounting for two Caulry freesbefore points for The Downs on the 13th and 14th minuteslevelled proceedings.

Tang started the second half with RobertEnglish switched to midfield and attacked Shandonagh but made little headwayagainst a tough Shandonagh defence. Tang did score through John Rock and AdamNeary but Shandonagh were still picking of pts. Willie Flanagan was narrowlywide for a goal chance and Niall Bannon crashed a shot off the crossbar fromdistance. Tang Team Michael Galvin, IanCoughlan, Robert English, Sean Egan, Kieran Duncan, Niall Bannon, Lee Coughlan,John Rock, Trevor English, Tommy Lennon, Willie Flanagan, Niall Neary, DarraghBurke, Martin Rock, Adam Neary, subs used, Chris Conner, Dean Reddin. This was as good as it got for Tang and although Dean Reddin and AdamNeary added consolation pts, it was Shandonaghs day as they finished asweeping move to the back of the Tang net. Tang nowhave a week before they face Milltownpass in Tubberclair on Sunday evening nextJuly 30th.

Our lads will be hungry for battlewhen they take to the field to claim an all-important county final spot. This is the lads most important game to-dateand all supporters are asked to get behind them on the evening.The verybest of luck to the team and their management. Intermediate Championship Semi-Final FixtureAll roadslead to TEG Cusack Park on Sunday afternoon next for the eagerly awaitedsemi-final clash between Caulry and Tang. Kick-offfor this clash is at 3:30pm. With the right attitude and performance, our ladswill be hoping to continue on their winning streak and reach their firstintermediate final since 2014.

The opposition thenfound their shooting boots, tapping over three points as a late score fromStuart Trainor put the minimum between the sides at the break.Despitekicking the first score of the second half after good play from TiarnanODonovan, our boys failed to push on and let the opposition back into thegame. U14 ChampionshipCaulry 2-7St. Josephs2-6Our U14 boysnotched up another win on Thursday evening last when they battled it outagainst St. St. Oisin Shortall then done well ashe kicked a free under pressure to put Caulrys noses in front. StuartTrainor then launched Caulry into the lead as he converted a penalty after sixminutes. Josephs made the most of their period of superiority as they taggedon an unanswered 2-1. Josephs in a tight affair.Some goodplay early on in the game from David Gaynor set Andrew Stuart Trainor up forthe opening score before the opposition edged in front with two points. Our defenceheld strong late in the game with Ian Malone doing well in goals to clear anyattacks from the St. Josephs struggled to convert chances as another score from theCaulry full-forward put the homeside three points the good. The Caulryboys dug deep for the closing minutes of the game with Stuart Trainor levellingthe game with his goal from a well-worked free. Stuart Trainor drew one back from a placed ball on the 51stminute. Caulry then regained initiative as a score from Brendan Kelly McCormackafter a good pass from Lee Corcoran left three between the sides. St.

There are lots of prizes up for grabs onthe night including four tickets for the All Ireland Football Final. Ticketsare 5 each or 10 for a book of three andare available from executivemembers and Kierans shop, Mount Temple. All Ireland Football Final Tickets DrawCaulry areholding an All Ireland Football Final Tickets Draw on Friday, August30thin Egans Pub, Mount Temple.