Caulry (@1.83) vs Milltownpass (@2.2)

Our Prediction:

Caulry will win

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

FixturesU12Leagueawayto Moate on Wednesday, August 21stat 7pmU14 Championshipawayto Garrycastle on Thursday, August 22ndat 7pmMinor Championship Round 2 away to Tubberclair on Friday,August 23rd at 7:30pmJFC away to Garrycastle on Sunday, August 25th at11amU16Championship Semi-Final away to St. Lomans on Monday, August 26th at6:45pmMinor ChampionshipRound 3 at home to St.

Refreshments will then be served in The Grand Hotel. A parade for the team will commence at 6.30 p.m. Principal Tom Lowry would like to invite you to join us for a special event on Wednesday next, April 10th, to celebrate our wonderful U16 Ladies on their All Ireland success. outside the school and go through the town, concluding with a presentation of the medals to the team outside the library. We would really appreciate your presence and support on the evening so please join us if you can. And spread the word and bring a friend!!

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Caulry then attacked the kickout with Peter Smyth rounding offthe move with a fine score from play. Tubberclair outscored our lads 0-3 to 0-1during the remaining quarter to leave the narrowest of margins between thesides on a scoreline of 1-2 to 0-4.A converted-freefrom Peter Smyth soon after the restart doubled the deficit as our lads beganto play patches of fine football. Caulry were awarded apenalty on the 50th minute which Coughlan sent to the back of thenet. Flanagans second score ofthe game was sandwiched between two Tubberclair points. This score coming from play on the 35th minute. A few missed chances for the Tubberclair men then preceded the firstgoal of the game which came courtesy of James Egan after a fine cross over fromAnthony Allen. Some good play fromDarren Hynds and Sylvester Coughlan allowed Liam Malynn, Smyth and Allen to tagon scores and stretch the margins between the sides. Further scores from Gary Flanagan and Allenstretched our lead to four before Tubberclair opened their second half account. JFCCaulry 4-9Tubberclair0-9Our juniorsmade light work of Tubberclair in their second game of this years championshipon Friday evening last in the park.It was thevisitors who were first to get motoring as they opened with a point on the 6thminute.

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.

Lee Corcoran worked hard when introduced as he set BrendanKelly McCormack up for a score on the 36th minute. Aaron Murphy thenshowed great vision as he tore forward and sent the ball to the back of the netto leave just four points between the sides. Conor Hynes then brought Caulry right backinto contention as he rattled the back of the Garrycastle net after a good passfrom Max OSullivan. Cian Lawless and Tadgh Baker defended well when put under pressure as a goodpass from ODonovan at the other end of the field found Brendan Kelly McCormackwho levelled the game with a well-taken goal. Points from OSullivan and Hynes chipped away at the deficit. ODonovan added his third score of the game after the ball wasbrilliantly worked up the field. However, Caulrys hopes for a winsoon suffered a blow as the Garrycastle boys responded in style with a goal oftheir own. Garrycastle kicked the next score of the gameon the 13th minute as their defence done well stopping any Caulryattacks. However, a converted penalty for the opposition soon restored their lead. TheCaulry boys worked tirelessly throughout the second half and got three pointson the trot from the boots of Andrew Stuart Trainor, Shortall and ODonovan. U14 ChampionshipCaulry 4-9Garrycastle4-8Our U14 boysovercame Garrycastle by the narrowest of margins for their latest championshipfixture on Thursday evening last in the park.Garrycastlegot off to a great start and had tagged on 1-5 in quick succession before awell taken goal from Tiarnan ODonovan got our boys off the mark on the 8thminute. Some good play from Oisin Shortall and Dean Byrne then set ODonovan upfor his first point of the game. However, the opposition dug deep for the remainder of thehalf, adding a late 1-1 to lead by five at the break.Our boysraced out of the tracks in the second half and were unlucky as some scoringchances went astray.


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.

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.

However, the opposition were not going tolie down as a goal on the 55th minute meant it was very much game-on. Sean Clinton tore forward soon after and sent over what was the last score ofthe half on the 23rd minute which left Caulry in front by the narrowestof margins on a scoreline of 0-4 to 0-3.Our ladsraced out of the tracks with McCormack pointing 20 seconds after the restart. However,Maryland responded well with two points to level proceedings for a fourth timeduring the game. The Caulrydefence done well when put under pressure by the Maryland forwards late in thegame as the Caulry supporters welcomed the fulltime whistle with a cheer as thegame finished on a scoreline of 0-14 to 1-8.This winmeans our lads finish top of the table with 6 points and book themselves aplace in a semi-final decider against Tang or Bunbrosna. Sean Fox worked hard in defence as a point fromNally left three between the sides. The game continued on a tit fortat basis as the tally of wides began to build. IFC Round 5Caulry 0-14Maryland 1-8Caulry andMaryland served up an exciting encounter in Tubberclair on Sunday evening lastwhere both sides were in search of a win in order to reach the knock-out stagesof this years IFC.Both sideswere slow to settled with a number of scoring chances falling short or wide ofthe posts before Conor McCormack opened the scoring tally on the 7thminute with his converted-free after a foul on Andy OSullivan. Alan Daly made his introduction felt as he responded in style, sending over asuperb point moments later. Clinton combined well with Emmet Nally who put the minimumbetween the sides. OSullivan was then unlucky as his goal chance was well blocked down. However, this lead was short-lived as Maryland worked theball up the field and tapped over a fine score. Maryland soonfollowed suit with a pointed-free of their own. Caulry were thenrewarded a free which Colin Murphy tapped over to double the deficit. It was the opposition whokicked the next score of the game after attacking the Caulry kickout. The teams then traded scores with OSullivanon target for Caulry after a great catch from Stephen Connolly. The gamecontinued on a point for point basis as OSullivan tagged on another score for ourlads. A good passage of playfeaturing the Clinton brothers resulted in another free, which McCormack neatlyconverted to edge Caulry in front once again. Three McCormackfrees stretched the margin to four. The Caulry lads were patient inattack against a loaded Maryland defence with Damien Dolan eventually roundingoff a move with a point on the 38th minute.


Thomas Dunnings long-range effort thensailed over the crossbar before a series of passes through Shane Lawless andMcKnight found James Buckley who rattled the back of the net. Minor ChampionshipCaulry 4-7Maryland/Tang0-17Our minorlads got off to a winning start in their opening championship game on Wednesdayevening last when they made the journey to Tang.It wasMaryland/Tang who were first to get off the mark as they converted an earlyfree. However, theMaryland/Tang lads worked hard and chipped away at the deficit with two finepoints from short well-worked frees. Two further points from Malynn stretched our lead to four. Both sides thenmissed goal opportunities before two Maryland/Tang points edged them in front. Alan Malynn drew one back with his effort on the 9th minute. However, Maryland/Tang dug deep and responded well withtwo points giving them a dangerous lead of one with just five minutesremaining. A wide from either side preceded our first score of the game which gamecourtesy of Senan Baker after a surge forward from Olan Healy. Malynn and Healy showed great knowledge and guile as they workeda quick free into Baker who picked his spot and riffled the top left corner ofthe oppositions net. Two pointsamongst a smattering of wides were shared before the break to leave Caulry infront on a scoreline of 2-6 to 0-7.Twoquick-fire points got the Maryland/Tang boys motoring soon after the restart. Adam Donoghue set Lawless up for a point before three unanswered Maryland/Tangpoints levelled the match. A finedisplay of combined teamwork from our lads resulted in a goal, with ConorMcKnight getting in the final touch to help the ball into the Maryland/Tangnet. Our boys struggled against the breeze asMaryland/Tang made the most of conditions with two more points putting theirnoses in front.

However, Tang soonre-established their lead with three points before the halftime whistle toleave them leading 1-12 t 1-7.Our lads raced out of the tracks in the second half with early attacksfrom Andy OSullivan and McCormack becoming lost in the Tang defence. Maguire added to his alreadyimpressive display as he made a burst forward and combined with Sleator who helpedthe ball into the back of the Tang net. OSullivan settled for a point at the other endof the field after a goal opportunity went astray. The sides then shared six frees between the 15th and 23rdminutes, a period which also saw a number of Caulry attempts failing to paydividends. Points from Murphy and McCormack leftjust two points between the sides by the end of the third quarter. Tang then pounced onthe Caulry kickout and finished this move by rattling the back of our net toput us on the back foot. Colin Murphy put his name on the scoresheet after awell-constructed team move. Murphy then converted afree before another McCormack point chipped away at the deficit as he combinednicely with Harry Hughes. Eoin Fox worked tirelessly in the Caulry defence as his hard workreaped rewards on the 25th minute as the ball was worked up thefield and sent to the back of the Tang net by Emmet Nally. IFC Round 2Caulry 2-12Tang 2-19A depleted and injury-stricken Caulry side took to the field in PaircChiarain for Round 2 of this years intermediate championship against Tangwhere both sides were hungry to pick up their first win of the campaign.A minutes silence was observed prior to throw-in in honour of the lateBrendan Clarke who played an integral role in managing both sides in recentyears. A decent Tang spell followed which saw them tap overthree fine points in as many minutes between the 9th and 12thminutes. However, the men in maroon dominated at midfieldwhich set their forwards up for two unanswered points. Neil Clintondrew one back on the 50th minute. The first score of the game came moments late from the bootof Conor McCormack after a good intercept from Kevin Maguire. The oppositionsoon levelled proceedings from a short-range placed ball. The opposition settled back into the gameas their corner forward drove at the Caulry defence as riffled the back of theCaulry net for a second time. However, ourlads failed to push on as two Tang points doubled the deficit. Proceedings then got underway with the first attack from our ladstrickling out wide. CillianNagle dealt well with a high ball in as our lads missed another scoreablechance at the other end of the field.

U16 Championship Semi-FinalCaulry 2-11St. The opposition thenresponded in style as a good interception was worked up the field and tappedover the bar. Senan Baker played an integral role insetting up our next two attacks with Oisin Shortall pointing and TiarnanODonovan registering the first goal of the game after two minutes. Alan Malynn opened the scoring account with a point from play after goodoutfield work from James Buckley. Ruiari Casey brought off a fine save. However, theopposition pounced on the rebound ball and pointed leaving it all square at thebreak on a scoreline of 1-6 to 0-9.It was theopposition who raced out of the tracks in the second half with a quick scoringblitz yielding an unanswered 1-5 and launching them into a strong lead. Harry Stuart Trainor and Sean Murphy worked hard inthe Caulry defence as the ball was worked up the field and sent to the back ofthe St. Lomanskept their cool and settled into the game by rattling off four points in twominutes to narrow the deficit. St. Lomans1-18Our U16 boysbowed out of this years championship at the semi-final stages on Mondayevening last when they made the journey to Lakepoint Park.Our boysstarted like an express train and were 1-2 up before the opposition got off themark. A good move by Malynn was rounded off by Stuart Trainor as he pointedfor his third off the game. Our boys worked tirelessly and were in need of a goal withefforts from Baker and Shortall being well-blocked down as two late Malynnfrees meant St. Pointsfrom Malynn and Stuart Trainor drew two back. The game then continued on a tit for tat basiswith both sides cancelling each other out. The homeside drew level on the 26thminute before a point from Andrew Stuart Trainor at the other end of the fieldedged our boys in front. Lomans net on the 51st minute. However, St. Lomans soon restoredtheir lead by the end of the third quarter as they converted two short-rangefrees.

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Shandonagh settled and drew level. Tang played Shandonagh in the first roundof the Intermediate Championship on Sunday last in Ballymore. This was a short reprieve as Shandonagh quicklyregained the lead. Shandonagh gained the upper hand at midfieldand with their half backs attacking, soon stretched their lead to 4pts to 1pt. Tang finished an excellent movement to the net through the boot of WillieFlanagan to draw level. Tang replied with a Martin Rock pt and Adam Neary picked upa loose ball to kick another pt to narrow the gap 0-8 to 1-3. The Ballymoregrounds looked in magnificent conditions on a warm, sunny Sunday and theconditions were perfect for football.Tang opened the scoring after 3 mins with a well taken pt from Adam Neary. Shandonagh piledon the pressure in the last 6mins kicking five unanswered pts to take acommanding 13pts to 1-3 at the break.

Last year, Moate felt they blew a chance of reaching the semi-finals when losing out to Milltown. With Milltownpass going straight into the semi-finals, it means Moate have two extra championship games under their belt and that could prove an advantage. Moate All Whites v Milltownpass(Saturday, TEG Cusack Park, 3.30pm)Having overcome Multyfarnham after a replay, Moate All Whites now face a semi-final against Milltownpass as they seek to reach the intermediate final for the first time. They have already gone one better this year and they won't want to stop now. Moate started their campaign impressively, defeating local rivals Caulry, but they suffered defeats to Maryland and to their semi-final opponents (2-9 to 1-9). Ruair Cunningham can be a big influence at midfield and in terms of scoring power, much will depend on Robert Forde and John Corbally, along w