Castlerahan (@1.62) vs Ramor United (@2.75)
13-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Castlerahan will win

Castlerahan – Ramor United Match Prediction | 13-10-2019 10:45

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Word has it they could actually be joining up with Templeport from next year. Templeport by 15. Big weekend coming up in the Cully's Craft Bakery Junior Football Championship. Denn by 6.Drung v Shannon Gaels - Again another nice draw for each side as they are more or less both through. Mountnugent by 4.Knockbride V Drumalee - Probably one of the more interesting games as a draw would suit both teams to go through where as a defeat for either could see them go out. A win would definitely be enough for either side. Shannon Gaels by 2.Kill Shamrocks v Mountnugent - Kill would need a miracle to make a Quarter-Final spot along with a big win. Knockbride by 2.Templeport V Corlough - Have heard this will be Corlough's final game as a club as they are disbanding. Here are my predictions before the Quarter-Final line up is complete.Round 4Maghera V Kildallan - Nothing to play for here for either side. Killdallan by 7.Killinkere v Munterconnaught - Munterconnaught with a small outside chance if they produced a shock win but going for Killinkere by 8.Redhills v Denn - Nice draw for both teams as they are both through already. Close game I reckon with lots at stake.

Imagine it as a screenplay; Killygarry's leading men are Conor Smith and Martin Reilly and one of those characters' roles in the script have just been killed off. Still, Killygarry made light of the setback the last day - if anything, they were galvanised by it and took control of the contest before securing a draw. It would take one hell of a twist in the narrative to save the production. The good news is that Darragh Gannon is a useful understudy but Smith, in irresistible form, is irreplaceable. They will be favourites here against a Cootehill side who made a mockery of this column (hands up - predictions here have been shockingly poor!) last weekend against Lacken. With Colm Smith having picked up a straight red card, he will probably miss out. We gave the Celts a tentative vote based on the fact that they had a wider range of scorers but, amazingly, they managed to score just 0-2 in each half. That's the unfortunate position the Crubany men find themselves in following the injury picked up by Smith against Lavey on Saturday last.

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I was at the castlerahan/Ramor game today castlerahan looked very good in the first half but couldn't handle high balls on the square.Ramor backs were poor in my opinion. It's anyones championship this year. Midfield not mobile enough but caught good ball. Rahan used a smart tactic on having their water boy who had no bib and was wearing a maroon top stand ten yards in on the pitch for Ramors kick outs filling the space so half forwards couldn't use. Rahan didn't waste much but started to play with the ball in the middle with 15mins remaining.Ref was a lot tougher on Ramor and disallowed a goal.Both teams would need to be a lot better to win the championship.I see James Mc togged for Ramor this could be the steal they are missing and James brady played too.Rahan panel seems a lot stronger than other years and have 20 strong players. I've seen this tactic a few times this year linesmen and refs should be stopping this.

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Seen Ballinagh game too they were very impressive, and likewise drumgoon were shocking , division 3 standards , how did they beat laragh? Butlersbridge looked a class act although killeshandra were shocking poor was very surprised with them, Shane Reilly a big miss. Also at drumlane Cornafean game then, Ryan Connolly kicked 12 out of 13 points, 10 frees both feet of the ground and long distance too was a joy to watch. Cornafean didn't look that dangerous up front , threw the game away with frees, a different ref who would have let things go a bit more and Cornafean would have won.

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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. Ramor, for their part, generally did not play well against Castlerahan and looked like a side who have lost their way a little. Could it be Gowna? Their young players have settled in well and the experienced heads like Mark McKeever have been providing great leadership. 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. 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. 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.

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They showed enough to suggest that they will retain their senior status. Castlerahan v BallinaghSun, 3pm, BallymachughIt is proof of what a good championship structure we have that this match is the only dead rubber of the round. Castlerahan are top of the table and will qualify for the quarters regardless; Ballinagh are bottom and won't. It's to the 2013 champions' credit that they did not down tools last week.