Eire Og (@1.44) vs Palatine (@3.25)

Our Prediction:

Eire Og will win

Eire Og – Palatine Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 10:45

ire g hopes to continue their winning ways when they meet Culloville at home on May 21st. ire g Ladies stole their second win of the season with a 3-12 to 2-6 win over Tullysaron. With a squad of 13 ire g dominated the first half with accurate shooting from Amy Mc Allister and Kathy Crangle. As ire gs confidence grew minor players Kirsty Trainor and Ciara DeCarteret held their own and pushed over some crucial scores. The second half saw Tullysaron come out more aggressive forcing the ire g defence to dig deep. Tullysaron struggled to get the ball past the midfield with determined tackling from Catriona Haddock and Laura Gillespie. In the final minutes ire gs perseverance and fitness denied their opponents of a final score.

Eoghan Ruth scored after just twenty seconds when Sean Gannon secured the ball from the throw in, drove forward and gave it to Cormac Mullins who found Ruth and he calmly stroked it over the bar. ire g had led by three at half time and looked to be well on top. Cormac Mullins edged ire g back into the lead after an impressive Derek Hayden tackle saw Palatine cough up possession. Lee Gordon cancelled Ruths score out with a free on three minutes.

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Brian Kelly tagged on another point to complete an astonishing 2-2 in the first seven minutes of the second half. Palatine were not going to let up and John Reid who found himself in on goal in the first half had no intention of settling for a point as he rattled the ire g net to sway the game in Palatines favour. Palatine began the onslaught on ire g when Jamie Kenny took his chance and slammed the ball passed Ricky Keating. Brian Kelly wasted no time in getting his first score and his thirty fifth minute point gave Palatine the lead, a lead they would hold on to for the rest of the game.

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The 2017 Carlow Senior Football Championship is the 117th edition of the Carlow GAA's premier club gaelic football tournament for senior graded clubs in County Carlow, Ireland. The championship starts with a group stage and then progresses to a knock out stage. The tournament consists of 8 teams, with the winner going on to represent Carlow in the Leinster Senior Club Football Championship.

Despite the dominance of Palatine, ire g were still in the game and when Cormac Mullins was fouled David Hickey signalled for a penalty. They would have time for one more chance to level the game but Palatine dealt with everything ire g threw at them to finish out the game and turn their attention towards their first county final in three years. Chris Blake got ire gs first score of the half on fifty minutes. Kearney saved Simon Reas shot but Rea reacted quickest and scooped the rebound over Kearney and into the net.

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Palatine have sensationally booked the first place in this years county final. A supreme second half display saw Palatine stun ire g and duly dump them out of the championship; a return of 2-2 in the opening seven minutes of the second half put Palatine in complete control. The Palatine men will return to the big date in October for the first time since 2012 where they will face Rathvilly or Old Leighlin.