Leitrim Gaels (@1.28) vs Kiltubrid (@4.0)
16-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Leitrim Gaels will win

Leitrim Gaels – Kiltubrid Match Prediction | 16-09-2019 08:30

Ballinaglera dropped just three points in the campaign, a one point loss to Eslin and a draw with Bornacoola while Carrigallen lost to both Annaduff and Leitrim Gaels, not a bad sign there against two of the big teams and they were competitive in both games. Like we said, there is not much in it and defensively, Ballinaglera have conceded just five points less than Carrigallen.

Underage TrainingTraining for all boys under 10 continues every Saturday 10-11am. Contact Niamh 086 885 1066 or Noelle 086 322 3063 if you wish to contribute. Bake SaleKiltubrid GAA and Kiltubrid Ladies GAA will be holding a bake sale on Sunday 21st April in Rantogue and Drumcong after mass. Well done to all involved for reaching the final. Guess the ScoreThere was no correct guess, after a draw of all entries David McCormack is the winner of the prize. Contact Vincent 087 859 4493 for details on under 10s and Brian 087 776 7134 for details on under 7s. 4 team who continue their league success after a win away to Aughavas on Sunday. 2 team who were beaten narrowly in a tough encounter with Drumreilly on Saturday. Well done to the div. [04/08/19] Club Notes 8/4u17Hard luck to the MacDiarmada Gaels u17 team who lost to St Marys in the final on Monday. 2 & 4Hard luck to Kiltubrid div. Details of winners available on the leitrimgaa.ie website. Leitrim Supporters Club DrawThanks to everyone who purchased tickets for the supporters club draw, which was held on Saturday night. Div.

The question for Eslin is can they do enough to lift some of the burden off Beirne as he simply can't do it all himself. Any help in the scoring stakes would make Eslin far tougher to beat. To be honest, I'd have Eslin just behind Annaduff and Leitrim Gaels in the favourites stakes and I expect them to come through here.

Kiltubrid Ladies GAA

This is the big game of the weekend - win and you are in the quarter-finals, it is as simple as that. A draw will do Kiltubrid and even a loss wouldn't be that damaging if they lost by a narrow margin and Bornacoola also lost, Kiltubrid boasting the best scoring difference of the three teams fighting for the last quarter-final spot.

Lost ClothingAll unclaimed clothing from our grounds has now been deposited in a Pieta House designated clothes bank. [04/30/19] Club Notes 30/4Div 2 & 4 ResultsWell done to both teams on a successful weekend's action with a win for each team. SympathyWe offer our deepest sympathy to the family of the late George Stenson, Corderrypeyton, Keshcarrigan whose funeral took place last weekend. May he rest in peace. P & TWell done and continued success to our former senior player Pat Moolick who alongside his brother Tommy assisted their club Leixlip to a 12 points to 9 victory over Sallins in the preliminary round of the Kildare Intermediate football championship last weekend. DIV 4 We play Leitrim Gaels away next Sat 4th May at 7pm.

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Mohill, on the other hand, seem only to be building momentum. The return of Keith Beirne and Alan McLoughlin in the last match against Drumreilly along with James Mitchell and even Irish sprint international Eanna Madden only increases the range of scoring options for a team that have averaged over 19 points a game while only conceding just over five points a game.

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That was a tight and tough encounter and I expect no different here. The sides met two years ago in a brilliant quarter-final clash in Aughavas with Carrigallen recovering after a slow start to win 3-10 to 1-10. Ballinaglera have the numbers in their favour but for some reason, I'm leaning towards Carrigallen. They get a hesitant vote - but only just.

A repeat of last year's County Final between the teams who have shared the title between them since 2013 when St Mary's were the last winners other than Aughawillan and Mohill. And both teams have a history of ending the title defence of the other side so there is a lot of spice to this clash. The tie of the weekend.

Kiltubrid Ladies GAA

Their record of two wins, a draw and two losses is perfectly balanced but they haven't been shooting the lights out as they normally do. Nobody wise should ever take Drumkeerin for granted but player losses finally seem to be catching up with them and they struggled more this year to reach the Quarter-Finals than they have in some time.