Eire Og (@3.1) vs Sarsfields (@1.5)
10-11-2019

Our Prediction:

Sarsfields will win

Eire Og – Sarsfields Match Prediction | 10-11-2019 09:00

IRE G LOTTO WINNING NOs Oct 28th2 6 9 14 No Jackpot Winner4 x Match 3 received 40 each..Paddy Dwyer c/o Tony Noctor, Tommy c/o John Walsh, Freddie Mulhall c/o Caroline Kenny, Josie Hennessy c/o Sen Gannon...Next weeks Match 3 win or share 150Tickets may be purchased from the Club. Live music every Saturday night with no cover charge. Bingo every Thur night @ 8.30pm. Only 2 per week and the Jackpot could be yours.

If this eventuality materializes the divisional champion(s) in question will be drawn to play a group runner-up in order to determine who progresses to the quarter-finals alongside the aforementioned group winners and remaining runners-up. There is a potential need for preliminary quarter-finals if a divisional champion has not progressed to the knock-out stage of the county championship via the round robin stage of the competition.

Round one draw: Portroe v Knockavilla Kickhams, Cashel King Cormacs v Holycross-Ballycahill, Kilruane MacDonaghs v Thurles Sarsfields, Templederry Kenyons v Silvermines, Burgess v Moycarkey-Borris, Toomevara v Lorrha-Dorrha, Upperchurch-Drombane v Nenagh ire g, Borrisokane v Killenaule, Moneygall v Clonoulty-Rossmore, Roscrea v Loughmore-Castleiney, Drom & Inch v Carrick Swans, Boherlahan-Dualla v Cappawhite, Golden Kilfeacle v JK Brackens, ire g Anacarty v Ballingarry, Kildangan v Mullinahone & Carrick Davins v Borris-Ileigh.

Christmas is coming !!!!! IRE G LOTTO WINNING NOs Oct 21st... Live music every Saturday night with no cover charge. 3 14 18 23 No Jackpot Winner 1 x Match 3 received 300..Loni & Teresa c/o Tony Noctor.. Next weeks Match 3 win or share 150 Tickets may be purchased from the Club. ... Only 2 per week and the Jackpot could be yours. Bingo every Thur night @ 8.30pm.

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ire g were due to play Ballincollig in the final of the Muskerry Cup, but due to pressure of matches, this game was not played. However, their second string won the B hurling championship. In 1981 ire Og, the only club representing Mid-Cork in senior hurling, won a great first round match against Avondhu, but were later narrowly beaten by Youghal.

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There were five awards presented on the night.Hall of Fame Sen RiceSenior Footballers of the Year Conor Erskine & Ronan DonnellyLadies Senior Footballer of the year Nuala HolmesLadies Most Improved player of the year Fiona LoughranWith many thanks to a number of people for making the night a huge success.John & Vicky at the Balmoral HotelBrendan Loughran, Mid life CrisesConor Muldoon and Brenda Jeffers for organising everything and ensuring it went smoothly on the night.Also thank you to the Balmoral Hotel for sponsoring our kits.

Drom & Inch are fighting for their championship lives and should they win against the defending champions a three-way play-off will be required between Thurles Sarsfields, Upperchurch-Drombane and Drom & Inch to determine who qualifies for the knock-out stage of the championship. Following Upperchurch-Drombane's six-point win over Carrick Swans at Golden on Saturday it is all to play for in group three of the Tipperary Water County Senior Hurling Championship when Thurles Sarsfields and Drom & Inch meet on Sunday, September 2nd in Holycross (6.30pm).

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Drom & Inch are on a high having already won the Mid senior title, county division one and division three crowns and also the county minor A hurling title most recently. Borris-Ileigh booked their place in the quarter-finals courtesy of group stage wins over Clonoulty-Rossmore (1-18 to 1-15) and Toomevara (3-18 to 1-15). Sunday's meeting between Borris-Ileigh and Drom & Inch has the potential to be an absolute cracker. In the third round Borris-Ileigh fielded a weakened side and lost to Moycarkey-Borris (1-16 to 1-19), but Johnny Kelly's men knew at that stage that top spot in group two was already sewn up. During the group stage of the county championship Drom & Inch recovered from an opening day loss to Kiladangan (0-20 to 2-23) to draw with Roscrea (2-15 to 1-18) and then beat Portroe comprehensively (2-26 to 1-12). Indeed, it may well prove to be the case that Drom & Inch have hit top form at an ideal time of the season. But the Mid champions should not discount a Borris-Ileigh team who must be hurting after a disappointing display in the North final.