Kiladangan (@1.67) vs Borrisoleigh (@2.5)

Our Prediction:

Kiladangan will win

Kiladangan – Borrisoleigh Match Prediction | 03-11-2019 09:30

It really should never have come down to a nail-biter at the finish. In the second half it was Borrisoleighs game but they squandered a sackful of scores, which left them vulnerable at the finish. Drom had the better of the opening quarter but spilled two bad goals before half time to undo all the good work of Callanan and company.

We would ask that bags be left only at the times of Juv training sessions/matches. The Juvenile Club Clothes Collection is coming to an end. Donations should be placed in a plastic bag, which should then be tied. Items that can be donated include: new or used men's, women's, or children's clothing; household textiles (curtains, towels etc.); shoes; handbags; belts; SOFT toys (no plastics) - all items can be in any condition as long as they are clean. We will be collecting clothes up to the end of June. Bags can be brought to the pitch in Pocan during any juvenile training session or match and left in the designated dressing rjoom - the one with the door on the side of the building beside the referee's room. So this is the last chance to clear out the house before the summer.

Devon Ryan notched 1-7 from play last week and he is the highest known scorer at intermediate level this year. Theyll want the ground to stay hard. They have been going about their business quietly with one blip being their division 3 league final defeat to Drom B. They have talent in the form of Ger Browne and Aaron Browne is a huge boost in the goal. Kickhams are already through but need a draw to confirm top spot.


Spotting a loose colleague he went for broke but the receiver fumbled the pass and the chance went abegging. Going for the dramatic jugular is all very fine but usually its better to play the percentages: get the game back to the minimum and generally youll get another chance for the leveller. Drom pulled the game back to two points and there came a vital moment when Callanan had a handy free to reduce the margin to the minimum.

They were in a great position to defeat Drom last weekend only for a last minute Tommy Nolan goal. That win could have been enough to send Ros through and they may regret it. At the beginning of the year the hurler on the ditch noted the talent and pace in this Roscrea full forward line. If it came to sheer speed, then Ros probably have the fastest forward line in the county with Shane Fletcher, Evan Fitzpatrick and Sam Colon having skates to burn. The Hurler on the ditch has been loud in his referene to games not taking place at the same time and group 4 is really taking the piss with group 4 games taking place one after the other in Dolla.

In the case of a draw, Loughmore will qualify as they would have the better score difference. There is a slight possibility that should this game end in a draw and Burgess beat Nenagh that all teams will finish on 3 points and the group decided by a 4 way score difference! Both teams need a win to gaurantee passage to knockout stages.

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They may all be needed to survive relegation and they have 2 bites of the cherry, this weekend being their first. Killenaule only scored 3 points from play last weekend which was the lowest total in all of the county. They did miss a number of goal chances which suggest there still is creativity left in that forward line. The availability of Bubbles is an under lying issue with an end of season holiday meaning he may not be available. Their junior A teams looks to be in tatters after Declan Fanning, Kieran Bergina and Pat Kerwick all upgrading last week.

Its been a great club season thus far, one to enhance the reputation of the home of the All Ireland champions and we can certainly do without the type of adverse publicity that this pea-brained behaviour draws.

They have a nice mix of youth and experience throughout and the return of Jack Peters is a huge boost although Buggy didnt play last weekend. Kilruane had the result of the weekend in the last round. He scored 1-7 last weekend in an amazing display. The direct running of Jerome Cahill caused Sars problems and in Cian Darcy they have a lethal finisher.

Coach Rick Carlisle has recently benched center Nerlens Noel in favor of Salah Mejri, and there could be more changes to come. Harrison Barnes is the only bright spot on the team, leading in sc... Dallas (1-10) are already seven games behind in the Southwest division standings after losing their sixth straight and 10 of the first 11 games to start the season. Seven Dallas players are averaging double figures in scoring but the team is averaging just 97.9 points per game, while allowing 107.8.