Caulry (@1.83) vs Milltownpass (@2.2)

Our Prediction:

Caulry will win

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

Tang did spurn a couple of chances to take thelead at this stage but found it difficult to score into the strong breeze. Tang played their next match onFriday next in Lakepoint against St Lomans. Tang trailed2-5 to 0-9 at the interval. Tang drew level through Aidan Burke andShane Coughlan landing fine pts. Team Michael Galvin, IanCoughlan, Kieran Duncan, Andrew Gill, Keelin Galvin, John Rock, Tommy Lennon, DarraghBurke, Conner Marlow, Niall Bannon, Niall Neary, Shane Coughlan, Martin Rock,Aidan Burke Capt., Adam Neary. Mullingar Shamrocks showed their true championworth and finished the match in style adding four pts to claim a well-deservedvictory. This is Tangs first defeat in the league and no doubt is a goodlearning curve against one of the top teams. Tang enjoyed a good start to the second half. . Tangwere defending very well with Kieran Duncan and Keelin Galvin in top form andJohn Rock leading the half back line.

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.

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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.

St Lomansdrew level with fours pts before Tang again found the net when Adam Neary wastaken down for a penalty and Martin Rock scored from the spot. Tang next match in the league is againstRosemount away. This was another good performance from a youngTang team and they will be disappointed to come away empty handed. Team, Eoin Coughlan ,Ian Coughlan, Kieran Duncan, KeelinGalvin, Conal McKiernan, John Rock, Tommy Lennon, Darragh Burke, Conner Marlow,Niall Bannon, Niall Neary, Shane Coughlan, Martin Rock, Aidan Burke Capt, AdamNeary. Subs Sean Egan, Robert English. The match wasnip and tuck from there until the finish and St Lomans grabbed victory with afree kick deep into injury time to claim the spoils. Tangs team weresuperb on the night with Conal McKiernan, Niall Bannon, John Rock and KieranDuncan outstanding.

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.


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.

Tang started the second half with RobertEnglish switched to midfield and attacked Shandonagh but made little headwayagainst a tough Shandonagh defence. Tang did score through John Rock and AdamNeary but Shandonagh were still picking of pts. Willie Flanagan was narrowlywide for a goal chance and Niall Bannon crashed a shot off the crossbar fromdistance. Tang Team Michael Galvin, IanCoughlan, Robert English, Sean Egan, Kieran Duncan, Niall Bannon, Lee Coughlan,John Rock, Trevor English, Tommy Lennon, Willie Flanagan, Niall Neary, DarraghBurke, Martin Rock, Adam Neary, subs used, Chris Conner, Dean Reddin. This was as good as it got for Tang and although Dean Reddin and AdamNeary added consolation pts, it was Shandonaghs day as they finished asweeping move to the back of the Tang net. Tang nowhave a week before they face Milltownpass in Tubberclair on Sunday evening nextJuly 30th.

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.


We wouldalso like to thank Donie Malonewho brought the Division 3cup and the O'Byrne Cup for the children to see.Well done toall the children on their hugely successful year and many thanks to all thecoaches and parents for their continued support and contributions. U6 Nursery FootballOur U6 Nurserycame to a conclusion on Tuesday evening last on a beautiful sunny evening inthe park. The club nursery is all about fun, enjoyment and formingfriendships.Many thanks to club manKevin Maguire, Boidu Sayeh fromRosemount and Johanna Maher from Tyrrellspass who gave their time freely tojoin us on the evening and present the children will their trophies. It was a great year of fun practicing new skills and learning basicfundamental movements.