O Callaghan Mills (@1.5) vs Tulla (@2.75)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

O Callaghan Mills will win

O Callaghan Mills – Tulla Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 09:00

All things being equal, this should be the game that gets Ballyeas title defence back on track. They have been in this position before where the safety net is now gone and with bigger challenges awaiting in the last eight, they will want to send out a message that their eye is back in. They will be eager to hit the ground running and their management team will have worked to address the shortcomings from a fortnight ago.

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The building was then enlarged, with the addition of two transepts. Major renovations were undertaken in 1979-80. The roof was blown away in January 1839 on the Night of the Big Wind. The first church in the old Clonlea part of the parish was probably built at Kilkishen very early in the 19th century. The St Vincent de Paul church was built around 1830, replacing a thatched chapel. The foundation stone of the present church of St Patrick at O'Callaghan's Mills was laid in March 1839. It is mentioned in an 1811 report of a dispute that led to violence over who should sit nearest to the altar. Major renovation or reconstruction was completed in 1865. It was dedicated in March 1840.

They might also look at deploying Jonathan Clancy as a sweeper to add another layer of protection to the backs, and that is a move they should maybe have considered the last day too. Are they going to sacrifice Steven OHalloran to pick him up, or will they look at double marking him with OHalloran and Patrick Kelly and take that chance of leaving one of the other Clooney-Quin forwards free? Match-ups will be vital for Clarecastle and I do know that they wont fear Clooney-Quin too much. The key question for Clarecastle is who they will put on Peter Duggan. In those losers round games, I think Clooney-Quin will have too much for Clarecastle. The group will have that mentality that they have a chance to pick up the win here but if Clooney-Quin are organised and are hurling well, then I expect they will have just a bit too much. It is a massive game but if Clooney-Quin get back to their best and place their team to their strengths, they can get that forward line moving. Cillian Duggan might be back too and he is an option for them at either end of the field and he will add strength. They will realise that Clooney-Quin have made better progress than them in recent year but they wont fear them.

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Peter Duggan shows no sign of his form dipping and while Eoin Tuohy looks the obvious match-up to try and curtail him, the 2018 All-Star will still go well into the double figures on the scoreboard. On the face of it, it would seem as if another tough test awaits the East Clare men. The potential match-up of Ray Bane and Fergal Lynch on the edge of the square will be psychical while Shane McNamara and Oisin Donnellan should be an interesting one to watch too.

If OCallaghans Mills are down the two Cooneys after their red cards the last day, it is a major blow to their hopes of taking out Newmarket. They have made major strides in terms of their hurling and we saw that last year. They will have to be a lot more disciplined this time around. Their discipline and approach was spot on too but it dropped the last day. Newmarket will just have a little bit too much for them I think.

This Inagh-Kilnamona team will keep getting better the more games they play, but the big question for them is can they take that big scalp? Inagh-Kilnamona will have that bit of momentum now after winning the first round and while it was against a poor Tulla team on the day, they still needed to get back up on the horse after the Clare Cup loss. They will need leaders to stand up if that is to happen and that is the challenge for them now. For Cratloe, Cathal McInerney has been the conductor for the forward line and it remains to be seen who is deployed to pick him up. This is going to be a really good game and we might be seeing a Cratloe side who now have everything in their arsenal to collect the Canon going at the fourth best team from last year in Inagh-Kilnamona. If Cratloe have corrected their full-back line issues that we saw in the first round win over Whitegate, then that will be a major plus. It will be tight but Cratloes need to win it and get that break that will help them in the football too. Their half-back line will need to sit that bit deeper to offer more protection than we saw the last day. Their front men hit 1-18 the last day and that is a massive score to put up. They will need to address it, because Inagh-Kilnamonas most dangerous line is their full-forward line. For all their progress and all their underage wins, they are yet to really take down a big contender on the big day. They have really good finishers so Cratloes recovery from the football will also be key.

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When the dust settled, it was Clooney-Quin who came out top before bringing Sixmilerbridge to a replay in the decider. The curve on the graph went sharply in the other direction for Feakle who were relegated back to the intermediate ranks before bouncing straight back up 12 months later. There is plenty recent history to draw on for this one, with their dramatic clash in 2017 going to extra-time.

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O'Callaghan's Mills (Irish: Muillte U Cheallachin) is a village in County Clare, Ireland, and a Catholic parish by the same name. It takes its name from the O'Callaghan family who were large landowners in the area and a corn and grist mill built by John Coonan on the lands of Cornelius O'Callaghan in 1772. The community sustains a regular senior Gaelic Athletic Association hurling panel team with county championship achievements at under-age, junior and senior levels.