Crosserlough (@1.25) vs Lavey (@4.5)

Our Prediction:

Crosserlough will win

Crosserlough – Lavey Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 13:00

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Ballinagh should be fired up to make a statement but it could be the end of the road this team having an impact at Senior.Cavan Gaels v Gowna - Cavan Gaels by 3 - But I expect Gowna to give the Gaels a real scare Lavey v Killygarry - Killygarry by 6 - Expect Killygarry to bounce back over a Lavey who miss Cullivan badly.Junior Football Championship quarter-finalsMountnugent v Drumalee - Drumalee by 1 - I would expect Drumalee rested a few last week and Mountnugent haven't bet anyone worth talking about yet.Denn v Shannon Gaels - Shannon Gaels by 1 - Bit like Shercock K'court. Who is Liam McCabe?I think they changed the rules from last year because Breffni and Mullahoran are out of action for floodlit games this year on a Wednesday night for playoffs, with both under redevelopment.Predictions for the weekend:SeniorKingscourt v Shercock - Shercock by 1 - Think Shercock having the few higher quality individuals might get them over the line despite K'scourt having the better overall team/panel.Cootehill v Lacken - Cootehill by 1 - Lacken just don't convince me in the c'shipCastlerahan v Ramor United - Ramor by 2, Castlerahan lacking in the ff department I feel, and that might be the difference.Crosserlough v Ballinagh - Crosserlough by 2. Expecting the better individuals to trump the more balanced team. Drumlane v Templeport - Drumlane by 6 - Templeport's results don't really indicate they have a team who can compete for the title.Killinkere v Munterconnacht - Killinkere by 9 - Group results indicate this should be easy for KK.

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Their young players have settled in well and the experienced heads like Mark McKeever have been providing great leadership. Ramor, for their part, generally did not play well against Castlerahan and looked like a side who have lost their way a little. With those men back on board, there could be a championship in this Ramor side; without them, they may not even get out of the group, despite the excellent form of some players including Conor Bradley. The good news for them is that there is a huge amount of talent on the sidelines ready to come back into the side. Seven of the starting team from their 2016 SFC-winning side have returned from abroad or are nearing a comeback from injury - defenders Michel Smart, Eoin Somerville and Damien Barkey, midfielder James McEnroe and forwards Cathal Maguire and James Brady. Gowna v Ramor UnitedSun, 3pm, CrosskeysJust four teams have taken their place behind the band on the big day since 2014, namely Cavan Gaels, Castlerahan, Kingscourt and Ramor United and there is a real sense that a new side may well emerge this season to reach the final, a development which would be welcomed by the neutrals. Could it be Gowna? We noted last week that the pick of their form has been eyecatching and holding an admittedly misfiring Cavan Gaels to a draw for the second time this season bolstered that sense.

Very surprised with redhills performances so far and kileshandra with the weekend. Just looking at tables in Celt and I see either Killeshandra or redhills will make a quarter goes to show league form doesn't make a diff an neither team could get out of div3 . All in all I think Laragh have best team to win it out but will bluff at latter stages and the cucus will win it.

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My predictions for the weekend:SeniorCastlerahan v Killygarry - Killygarry by 1Cavan Gaels v Lavey - Lavey by 3Cootehill v Lacken - Lacken by 4Crosserlough v Shercock - Crosserlough by 10Kingscourt v Gowna - Gowna by 6IntermediateKillesandra v Cornafean - Cornafean by 1Balieborough V Belturbet - Bailieborough by 1 Arva v Cuchulainn - Arva by 1Laragh v Butlersbridge - Laragh by 1Drumgoon v Ballyhaise - DrawBallymachugh v Ramor- Ballymachugh by 7Drumlane v Ballinagh - Ballinagh by 7JuniorMunterconnaught v Knocbride - Knockbride by 4Drung v Denn - Denn by 4Killdallan v Redhills - Redhills by 10Mountnugent v Shannon Gaels - DrawDrumalee v Maghera - Drumalee by 15Kill v Corlough - Corlough by 1Killinkere v Templeport - Killinkere by 2Intermediate the main attraction with a few teams who could be on the ropes already after this weekend.

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First thing first, before our prediction column loses whatever smidgen of credibility it has remaining: reports of Crosserlough's challenge match win over Burren, which we referenced last week, were greatly exaggerated. Whether their progress has stalled or if they are back on track remains to be seen - we will know, probably, by Sunday evening. Given their age profile when they won a breakthrough championship title in 2016, Ramor were expected to emerge as the dominant force at senior level but it didn't happen for them last year. It would be premature to call this one a changing of the guard if the Lough were to win - Ramor are going nowhere - but it would be a huge result for an up-and-coming side and is not beyond the realms of possibility provided they can be more clinical in front of goal. Regardless, though, the Lough have been impressive, even if they squandered countless scoring opportunities against Kingscourt last weekend. They say a team should ideally be getting stronger as it approaches the business end and Ramor certainly have, with James McEnroe and Damien Barkey coming into the side to help shore up a leaky defence last time out. Crosserlough are a side with a similar profile (MFC medallists, county underage graduates), just younger again. This column is aware of a few punters who got on board the Lough at 20/1 for the championship before they beat Kingscourt - then again, there is plenty of confidence in the Ramor camp too and with good reason and at least one hefty wager behind them. And yet they showed their ability, too, by grinding out the victory in spite of it. Darragh McCarthy's young side showed their inexperience as they wasted chance after chance, blazing wide from easy positions on a few occasions. Star man Dara McVeety - who may be carrying a knock? - wasn't nearly as influential as he has been in other matches and yet Crosserlough still got it done, with Pierce Smith excellent and goalscorer James Smith's fielding a feature throughout. you just can't get the sources these days so mea culpa on that one. The presence of those two, who bring toughness and experience, will be a big help while Conor Bradley is in Breffni All-Star form up top - the county player brought his tally for the championship to 2-19 (0-13f) against Gowna. Or, to be more specific, the game never happened... All of that said, Crosserlough haven't been in a SFC semi-final since 2013 and of the team who played against the Stars, only Dara McVeety, Pierce Smith and David Shalvey remain from that loss to Ballinagh five years ago.