Clodiagh Gaels (@1.33) vs Carrig Riverstown (@3.4)
06-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Clodiagh Gaels will win

Clodiagh Gaels – Carrig Riverstown Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 09:30

Intermediate Hurling ChampionshipClodiagh Gaels 2-12 Drumcullen 0-17Drumcullen started quickest out of the blocks going into an 8 point to 2 lead before David Buckley rattled the net with a sensational goal. Points from Dwayne Dunne and Colm Gleeson brought us level only for Drumcullen to go in a point up at half time. Notes for InclusionAnybody wishing to include items in the weekly Clodiagh Gaels GAA notes can do so by emailing or texting 0877684671 before 7pm on Sunday evenings. Please follow Clodiagh Gaels on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest club news. A Colm Gleeson goal and points from Dwayne Dunne and David Buckley levelled it before a monster free from 65+ yards from Dwayne Dunne sealed the victory. SubsNed Casey for Shane Dolan, Michael Monaghan for Jimmy Keenaghan, Cathal Curran for Padraic HoranJunior B Hurling Championship Quarter FinalKilcormac/ Killoughey 3-14 Clodiagh Gaels 1-7Well done to K/K who put in a tremendous performance and got the result to progress to the semi final. Fixtures for the coming weekDivision 3 Hurling LeagueClodiagh Gaels vs Crinkle at 5:30pm in Clareen on Saturday the 5 September. Drumcullen were again out of the blocks the quickest and togged on point after point and led by 5 points going into the last 5 mins. TeamGer McDonald, Clint Horan, Kevin Egan, Peter Walsh, Killian OBrien, Darryl Kilroe, Chris Keenaghan, Padraic Horan, Liam Langton, Jimmy Keenaghan, Colm Gleeson, Dwayne Dunne, Nigel Cunningham, Shane Dolan, David Buckley. Na FiannaWell done to the Na Fianna minor hurlers who have qualified from their group and go forth to the knockout stages. A mention must go to the fans that were superb and we look forward to seeing ye in two weeks when we take on Lusmagh.

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The first four points of the game all came from placed balls as Clodiagh Gaels went into 0-3 to 0-1 lead after six minutes. By the thirteenth minute The Gaels still led by 0-5 to 0-3 and then two Liam Langton points edged them four in front when Carrig & Riverstowns Ryan OMeara was dismissed for an off the ball incident. The sending off seemed to inspire the C & R men as they outscored The Gaels 1-4 to 0-2 in the remaining 10 minutes fo the half, the goal coming from full forward Michael Kennedy in the 31st minute of the half to go in 1-7 to 0-9 ahead.

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On the resumption points from Dwayne Dunne (f) and Conor Gleeson edged Clodiagh Gaels in front and they were never subsequently headed. C & R could only manage two points in the second half as Damien Foxs charges went on a scoring spree. At the end of the third quarter Clodiagh Gaels had stretched their lead to five points 1-14 to 1-9. In the closing quarter Liam Langton hit four points to bring his total to 12 for the day, while Dunne (2) and Cunningham also sent over to give them a comfortable and deserved 1-21 to 1-9 victory.

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The county has since gone on to win three other All-Irelands. The Vocational Schools team has made it to 12 All-Ireland Vocational Schools Championship finals but have never won one. They defeated Limerick by 316 to 213. Perhaps Offaly's most famous win came in the All-Ireland Final of 1994 in what has come to be remembered as the "five minute final." Limerick looked set to win their first All-Ireland title since 1973 until Offaly staged one of the greatest comebacks of all time, scoring two goals and five points in the last five minutes.

3/10 Cillians v Rynaghs u15 final in Banagher at 5.30 Saturday. Saturday. CRC v Birr in Banagher U13 final at 2. Busy week ahead in the parish...... Sunday. 30/9 Junior final Cillians v KK in Birr at 1.30. Wednesday. 29/9 CRC u15s v Coolderry q/ final at 12 in Rath. 6/10 Cillians v KK U13s final in Lusmagh at 12.

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Offaly won their first major national titles in 2002 when they won the second division of the National Camogie League [1] and in 2009 when they defeated Waterford in the All Ireland junior final.[2]Drumcullen reached the final of the All Ireland club junior championship in 2003.[3] Kinnity owon the Division 3 shield at File na nGael in 1997, Drumcullen won the Coiste Chontae an Chlir Shield in 1997. Nine Offaly camogie clubs were organised in the 1930s and Offaly entered the Leinster championships of 1935 and 1936, but the game declined amid the Camogie Association disputes of the 1940s and had to be revived by Clare-born Mary OBrien in 1973, and a county board re-formed in 1979.