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

Our Prediction:

Caulry will win

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

[04/15/19] A busy week of fixtures ahead for the ladies! The u16 ladies take on Mullingar Shamrocks in Mullingar at 6.30 on Tuesday the 16th! Finally, the intermediate ladies are playing Coralstown/Kinnegad in the park on Friday evening, currently fixed for 6.30 also! Im sure theyll play as well as theyll look in their brand new kit On Thursday our u14 panel is playing Milltown at 6.30 pm in Milltown!

U8 BlitzDespite thevery wet day and a lot of players unavailable, 17 young Caulry players onceagain done themselves and their club proud in our second blitz of the year atAthlone GAA on Saturday afternoon playing against Athlone and Tubberclair.Training continuesas normal on Thursday at 6:30pm where we usually have up to 30 players from ourpanel of 34.

Ticketsare 5 each or 10 for a book of three andare available from executivemembers and Kierans shop, Mount Temple. All Ireland Football Final Tickets DrawCaulry areholding an All Ireland Football Final Tickets Draw on Friday, August30thin Egans Pub, Mount Temple. There are lots of prizes up for grabs onthe night including four tickets for the All Ireland Football Final.

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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.

However, our lads momentum was still on a high as theyoutscored the visitors 1-3 to 0-1 to lead by four at the interval.St. Minor ChampionshipCaulry 4-15St. Lomans in the park on Wednesday evening last for theirRound 3 championship game.The teamsshared four points early in the game with Thomas Dunning and Senan Bakerfinding their shooting boots for Caulry. Lomans attack resulted in two goals. A goalward shot from Sean Murphy was saved butDunning made no mistake seconds later as he rattled the back of theoppositions net after some good play by Baker. St. A late point for St. St. The teamsthen shared six points with Donoghue and Malynn adding to the scoring tally. The Caulry lads heads seemed to dropmomentarily as a trio of chances went wide. Lomans2-9Our minorshad a great win over St. Ourboys never seemed phased with points from Luke Buckley, Alan Malynn and TomCloonan halving the deficit. Baker impressed throughout the game as he added 1-1 to really put the game tobed. Lomanshit the ground running with a point 20 second after the restart. Lomans pointed from a freeas 21 minutes elapsed. Lomans edged in front briefly onthe 10th minute with their third score of the game before RoryMullins levelled proceedings with his well worked point despite being surroundedby the blues defence. However, Adam Donoghue soon gotCaulry back on track with his goal on the 39th minute after greatvision from Baker and outfield work from Healy and Glenn Carolan. Olan Healyworked tirelessly in the Caulry defence as he played a roll in setting Buckleyup for his second point of the game. However, Caulry was then dealt a double blow as twoimpressive diagonal balls into the St.

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.

The teams then traded pointed-freeson the 9th and 10th minutes before Luke Buckley sent overhis first point of the game after some good fielding from James Carey. Olan Healy and Rory Mullins combinedwell outfield as they found Malynn who tagged on a point for the homeside. Baker showed great visionwhen he picked his spot and riffled the back of the Cill ige net on the 21stminute. Senan Baker and Carey worked hard out the field as they set Malynnand Lawless up for two more fine points from play. James Buckley puthis name on the scoresheet on the 33rd minute before the oppositiondrew two back with a free and point from play. Cillige then hit a purple patch between the 47th and 52ndminutes which yielded an unanswered 2-2 adn left just five between the sides. Caulry attacked the following kickoutwith Malynn finishing with a fine point from play. However, Cill ige respondedin style with a well-taken goal from distance. Malynn got lucky on the 40thminute as his ball in hopped in over the goalies head. Moments later Baker securedhis hattrick after a good patch of play from Leroy Coughlan. Baker then made no mistake at the other end of thefield and he shot for his second goal of the game. Another Malynn point was sandwiched between two Cill ige frees withthe opposition adding their first score from play moments before the halftimewhistle to leave Caulry leading 3-6 to 1-5.Cill igewere first to launch an attack in the second half with a goal chance tricklingoff to the side and wide. Cillige struggled to get scores from play as they tapped over their third free ofthe game. Malynn then combined nicely with Shane Lawless who rattled the back ofthe Cill ige net on the 4th minute. U17 ChampionshipCaulry 7-10Cill ige4-11Our U17 ladsadvance to Round 2 of this years championship after coming out on top overCill ige in the park on Saturday afternoon last.Both teams burstout of the tracks, exchanging early goals with Alan Malynn on target forCaulry. However,Lawless showed good leadership as he tagged on 1-1 to break the oppositionsmomentum.

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There are lots of prizes up for grabs onthe night including four tickets for the All Ireland Football Final. All Ireland Football Final Tickets DrawCaulry areholding an All Ireland Football Final Tickets Draw on Friday, August30thin Egans Pub, Mount Temple. Ticketsare 5 each or 10 for a book of three andare available from executivemembers and Kierans shop, Mount Temple.

Lee Corcoran worked hard when introduced as he set BrendanKelly McCormack up for a score on the 36th minute. Aaron Murphy thenshowed great vision as he tore forward and sent the ball to the back of the netto leave just four points between the sides. Conor Hynes then brought Caulry right backinto contention as he rattled the back of the Garrycastle net after a good passfrom Max OSullivan. Cian Lawless and Tadgh Baker defended well when put under pressure as a goodpass from ODonovan at the other end of the field found Brendan Kelly McCormackwho levelled the game with a well-taken goal. Points from OSullivan and Hynes chipped away at the deficit. ODonovan added his third score of the game after the ball wasbrilliantly worked up the field. However, Caulrys hopes for a winsoon suffered a blow as the Garrycastle boys responded in style with a goal oftheir own. Garrycastle kicked the next score of the gameon the 13th minute as their defence done well stopping any Caulryattacks. However, a converted penalty for the opposition soon restored their lead. TheCaulry boys worked tirelessly throughout the second half and got three pointson the trot from the boots of Andrew Stuart Trainor, Shortall and ODonovan. U14 ChampionshipCaulry 4-9Garrycastle4-8Our U14 boysovercame Garrycastle by the narrowest of margins for their latest championshipfixture on Thursday evening last in the park.Garrycastlegot off to a great start and had tagged on 1-5 in quick succession before awell taken goal from Tiarnan ODonovan got our boys off the mark on the 8thminute. Some good play from Oisin Shortall and Dean Byrne then set ODonovan upfor his first point of the game. However, the opposition dug deep for the remainder of thehalf, adding a late 1-1 to lead by five at the break.Our boysraced out of the tracks in the second half and were unlucky as some scoringchances went astray.

The jerseys were presented to intermediate playersEoin Fox and Sean Clinton on Friday evening last and were wore for the firsttime in our Round 3 clash of the IFC on the following Saturday evening. New JerseysMany thanksto J Egan of Egans Bar & Lounge, Mount Temple who sponsors a net set of jerseysfor our intermediate team.

However,Tubberclair soon restored their four point lead with three unanswered points toleave the scoreboard reading 0-10 to 0-6 at halftime.Alan Malynndrew two back early in the second half as he slotted two placed balls over thebar. Minor ChampionshipCaulry 0-12Tubberclair2-15Our minorsfailed to get going in their second championship outing on Friday evening lastwhen they made the short journey to Tubberclair.The teamstraded early points with Thomas Dunning opening the scoring account after 2minutes. A decent spell for the opposition then followed as theyslotted over five unanswered points which gave them a lead they would not relinquish. Tom Cloonan brought off a vital intercept and set Senan Baker up forCaulrys second score of the game before a goalward shot from Baker rattledback off the post. The game seemed to lack championship pace and intensitythroughout the second half as five of the next six scores came from frees,three of which Malynn sent over for Caulry. Dunning thenshowed great vision as he bisected the posts after a fine catch. Rory Mullins worked tirelessly at midfield as he outscored the homeside 0-3 to0-1 between the 19th and 26th minutes. However, Tubberclair never seemed phased as they responded in style,tagging on 1-1. The Tubberclair defence held strongas our boys struggled to get scores from play and their forwards impressed whencalled upon as a well-taken goal on the 58th minute had the homesidelooking home and hosed.

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However, Tang were soon broughtback within the minimum margin after being awarded a penalty on the 39thminute, which they converted on their third effort after two saves from CillianNagle. Our lads were not going to back down though, asthey dug deep for the remaining 10 minutes as points from OSullivan, StephenConnolly and Murphy had it level-pegging at the interval on a scoreline of 1-5to 2-2.Caulrystarted the second half well with Connolly adding his second after 30 seconds. OSullivanwas fouled up front and Murphy slotted over the ensuing free to edge Caulry ahead. McCormack and Kevin Maguire worked hard out the field as they set Nally andDolan up for points moments later. However, Tang then hita purple patch as they dominated midfield and rattled off two quick goals toput them three points the good. The teams then traded points with McCormack adding one for Caulry. Both teams then missed some scoring chances with the next score of thegame coming on the 53rd minute as Tang levelled the match. This leadwas short-lived as a good passage of play from Damien Dolan, Sean Clinton andNally set Gary Flanagan up for a goal on the 8th minute. IFC Semi-Final ReplayCaulry 1-12Tang 3-4There wasnot much separating Caulry and Tang when both sides took to the field inAthlone for the semi-final replay of the intermediate championship on Sunday afternoonlast.ConorMcCormack opened the scoring tally after 2 minutes after combining nicely withPaddy Sleator. Our lads then missed two scoring chances after an attempt fromEmmet Nally was blocked down and Andy OSullivans effort fell wide of thetarget before Tang put their noses in front with two points from play. Murphy then stretched the Caulry lead tofour after a brilliant intercept from Dolan. Sean Foxdefended well as he worked the ball up the field through OSullivan and ColinMurphy, with Murphy finishing the move with a fine point.

FixturesU12Leagueawayto Moate on Wednesday, August 21stat 7pmU14 Championshipawayto Garrycastle on Thursday, August 22ndat 7pmMinor Championship Round 2 away to Tubberclair on Friday,August 23rd at 7:30pmJFC away to Garrycastle on Sunday, August 25th at11amU16Championship Semi-Final away to St. Lomans on Monday, August 26th at6:45pmMinor ChampionshipRound 3 at home to St.