Caulry (@1.83) vs Milltownpass (@2.2)
06-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Caulry will win

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

There are lots of prizesup for grabs on the night including four tickets for the All Ireland FootballFinal. Tickets are 5 each or 10 for a book of three andare available fromexecutive members and Kierans shop, Mount Temple. All Ireland Football Final Tickets DrawCaulry are holding an All Ireland Football Final Tickets Draw onFriday, August 30thin Egans Pub, Mount Temple.

Team Patrick Conlon, Keelin Galvin, Andrew Gill, Eoin Bannon, Ian Coughlan, AlanMurray, Richard Laffan, Paddy Clear, Darragh Burke, Sean Egan, Niall Neary,Tommy Lennon, Niall McGarry, Eoin Coughlan, Joe Coughlan, Subs Shane Coughlan,Martin Donoghue, Niall Lynn. Athlone pressed hard in the second half but Tang proved toogood on the day with Niall Lynn completing the scoring with an excellent point. Tang played an open, attacking game that paidrich dividends. Tangplayed Athlone in Div6b on a damp Sunday morning and were full value for theirhalf time lead of 2-12 to 1-5.

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Malynn drew one back late in the halfafter a well-worked line ball from Hugh Allen before two Garrycastle points leftCaulry trailing 1-8 to 0-3 at the interval.Both sideswere slow to settle and were guilty of missing early scoring chances after therestart. However,this was as good as it got for our lads as we struggled to convert any scoringchances and the opposition began to dominate the midfield section taking scoreswell as they tagged on an unanswered 1-4. Points from Malynn were cancelled out by a range of Garrycastle pointsthroughout the half. Garrycastle then put two between the sides soonafter. A free from Liam Malynn halved the deficit as a well worked score from theboot of Anthony Allen had it 0-2 a piece by the quarter-hour mark. JFCCaulry 0-7Garrycastle2-15Our juniorssuffered their second defeat in this years championship campaign when theymade the journey to Garrycastle on Sunday morning last.It was thehomeside who were first to find their shooting boots with a converted-free onthe 4th minute.

Olan Healy also gave another wholehearted display, and the effortsof Roan Sweeney and Shane Hynes and point taking of Adam Donoghue were alsopraiseworthy.With many of our players involved in the Junior Cycle exam, there will bea break from match action for the next few weeks, and we wish them all well intheir exam endeavours.Team: James Clavin, Leroy Coughlan, Daniel Buckley, Ciarian Gaynor, LukeHamilton, Glenn Carolan, Colm Shortall, Olan Healy, (0-1), Rory Mullins (1-0),Shane Hynes, (0-1), Thomas Dunning, Luke Buckley, Roan Sweeney, Pablo Matteo(1-0), Adam Donoghue (0-7), Jamie Conlon, Josh Jocher. For the secondconsecutive game, not only did he save an excellent penalty, but his allcontribution of one on one saves, high fielding and presence, marked him out asa man apart. After the resumption a goal against the run of play effectively put the gameout of reach as the blues closed up shop. Despite good displays against goodteams in six challenge games to date, our lads have failed to carry this intowhat has been a disappointing league so far. However, special mention must goto our goalkeeper James Clavin who has been superb throughout. With the aid of a very strong wind, St Lomansbuilt up a not insurmountable half time lead of 2-9 to 2-3. Under 16 League Division 1Caulry 2-9St Lomans Mullingar 3-14A depleted Caulry travelled to Lakepoint Park Mullingar on Sunday weeklast to take on the home side. Already shorn of anumber of players to injury, Caulry were dealt a major blow on the changeover,when their most efficient attacker, Roan Sweeney had to withdraw to injury.

With the right attitude and performance,the Caulry lads will be hoping to notch up this vital win. The last championship clashbetween the sides was the 2018 semi-final decider where the Milltownpass menprevailed on a scoreline of 1-13 to 1-8. Kick-off is at 6pmand all support is greatly appreciated.The verybest of luck to the team & management. The opposition will be provided byMilltownpass in this very important clash where our lads will be hoping to pickup their first brace of points in this years campaign. Intermediate Championship FixtureOur ladsmake the journey to Hogan Park, Moate on Saturday evening next for Round 3 of thisyears intermediate championship.

Club Championships - Football 2019

The night was a great success with a largeattendance. Food and Refreshments were served at 8.30 and presentation tookplace after. The medals were presented by our main sponsor Seamus Mc Cormack,Club Chairman Adrian Coughlan and Club Secretary Laura Donoghue. The medalPresentation for Junior B Champions 2018 and Junior Div6B League winners took placetonight in The Three Jolly Pigeons. Well done toall involved.

Tang got their championship campaign back on track and amonkey off their back when they defeated Tubberclair by two pts in Rosemount onSaturday last. After a disappointing first half, Tang trailed 1-8 to 0-7 but amuch improved second half saw Tang outscore Tubberclair 10 pts to four torecord their first victory over Tubberclair in championship football for morethan twenty years.

Dean Martin then kicked the opening score of the half. Coralstown/Kinnegad kicked the next three points of the game. A well-taken goal from Ciaran Dunning then put Caulry into anearly lead. U12 LeagueCaulry 5-4Coralstown/Kinnegad 5-11Our U12 boys hosted Coralstown/Kinnegad in the park on Wednesdayevening last.Lee Corcoran and Brian Doyle combined well early on to set Cian Maloneup for a point. Fionn ODonovan was unlucky as he brought off two fine saves before a thirdattempt from the Coralstown/Kinnegad forwards hit the back of the net. Despite somefine defending from Daniel Lynam and Michael McSharry, the Coralstown/Kinnegadboys added 1-2 in quick succession. Some great play by Dean Martin and HugoMcGowan set Fallon up for a goal as a late point from Brian Doyle saw our boyslead 5-2 to 2-8 at the break.Both sides were slow to settle in the second half with some earlychances falling wide. Scores from Lee Fallon and Rory Hatton kept our boys in front.

Caulry Ladies GAA

Check out our future stars at training this evening. The older children are introduced to hand pass, pick up and soloing. The football element consists of Bouncing, Catching and both ground and punt kicking. We will be moving to Caulry pitch in about a months time. All new members welcome. All boys and girls between ages 4 to 6 are welcome, where we have plenty of fun doing Agility, Balancing and Coordination activities. Our nursery is on every Tuesday evening at 6.15 in Moate Community Hall. We look forward to seeing all children perfect their skills throughout the year.

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.

Kick-off for this all-important clash is at 3pm allsupporters are asked to get behind the lads in their bid to make the intermediatefinal against an awaiting Milltownpass side.The verybest of luck to the team and their management. This remarkablematch was like history repeating itself as when the sides last met at thesemi-final stages of the championship in 2014, a replay was also necessary to separatethe teams after finishing all-square on 1-10 apiece. On that occasion, Caulrymanaged to get the better of Tang in the replay, prevailing by the narrowest ofmargins on a scoreline of 0-10 to 0-9 in Athlone. Intermediate Championship Semi-Final Replay FixtureCaulry andTang must go to battle again after last weekends draw on a scoreline of 1-9 apieceto see which side will advance to this years county final. Hopefully our lads willfollow suit this year when they take to the field for the replay on Sunday afternoonnext in Athlone.

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