Nemo Rangers (@1.02) vs Newcastlewest (@12.0)

Our Prediction:

Nemo Rangers will win

Nemo Rangers – Newcastlewest Match Prediction | 10-11-2019 08:30

Subs: I Walsh 0-1 for D OConnor 41mins; K Buckley for Mahoney 44; D OConnell for Daly 50; B OConnor for F OConnor 55; D OKeeffe for A OConnor 60; E OCallaghan for J McLoughlin b-c 60. P Doyle; J McLoughlin, K Crowley 0-1, M Mahoney; K Cremin 0-1, B Daly, L ONeill; P Walsh, A Walsh; E McSweeney 0-2, S Hickey, C OCallaghan; A OConnor 0-2, 1f, F OConnor 0-1, D OConnor 0-2, 1f.

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WEXFORD SHC FINALSt Annes v St Martins, Innovate Wexford Park, 3.0 Annes have a nice momentum after a good semi-final win against Rapparees got them back to a final for the first time in five years and they are capable of springing a surprise here, a task facilitated by the suspension of Rory OConnor, which is a blow for Martins who nonetheless remain favourites.

Nemo Rangers win 21st Cork title in hard fought battle against Duhallow at Prc U Rinn

LEINSTER CLUB SFC FIRST ROUND Ferbane (Offaly) v St Patricks (Wicklow), OConnor Park, Tullamore, 1.30 Composure and a strong bench helped to get champions St Patricks over the line in a tight final tussle with Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney but this may be beyond them, as Ferbane have gained altitude impressively through the clubs first successful county campaign in 25 years and have the rising Cian Johnson in form and shooting the lights out.

The champions may not be as obliging this time. KILDARE SFC FINAL REPLAY Moorefield v Sarsfields, St Conleths Park, 2.0 Another of the drawn county football finals from a week ago, Moorefield got a bit lazy after early goals from Mark McDermott and anna OConnor (left) apparently sent them on their way to three-in-a-row but a determined Sarsfields caught them.

KILKENNY SHC FINAL Ballyhale Shamrocks v James Stephens, UC Nowlan Park, 3.0 [Deferred, TG4] The All-Ireland champions had a straightforward passage past OLoughlins in the semi-final and its hard to see how the Village can strategise a way through this although their mix of youth and experience could be expected to take advantage if the Shamrocks have deflated after the exploits of the past season but there wasnt any significant sign of that last week and the return of Michael Fennelly has helped to re-energise the challenge whereas the youthful edge of Eoin Cody and Adrian Mullen up complements the orchestration of TJ Reid (below). Tough gig for anyone.

MEATH SFC FINAL Ratoath v Summerhill, Pirc Tailteann, 3.0 A final of contrasts, as the young, fast developing commuter-belt Ratoath go for a first county title against the more rural aristocrats of Summerhill, who are in a third successive final, making it six this decade, including a replay, their last title six years ago. Ratoath have a bigger selection of recognisable names in Conor McGill, Brian McMahon and the Wallaces but Summerhill may have the stronger collective and can repeat the narrow victory of earlier in the championship.

Sundays County Football Finals round-up

Garrycastle (Westmeath) v Killoe Emmet g (Longford), TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar, 1.30 Garrycastles know-how in club championship combat was on display when they deposed St Lomans despite an eight-point deficit at half-time and with every match potentially Dessie Dolans (above) last, they are driven and capable of getting past Emmet g, who are trying to emulate their predecessors, Mullinalaghta.

DONEGAL SFC FINAL REPLAY Gaoth Dobhair v Naomh Conaill, MacCumhaill Park, Balybofey, 3.0 Last seasons Ulster champions were caught on the line by Naomh Conaill after a lack-lustre final and they must now plan without defenders Kieran Gillespie and his replacement last week Christopher McFadden, both injured. It will however serve to focus them and the challengers may end up regretting missed opportunities at death last week.

A huge score from Conor Cleary levelled the scores at 0-5 apiece just before the whistle, with Kilmurrys Keelan Sexton and Miltowns Eoin Cleary both to the fore in the opening half hour. There was nothing to separate the sides this day last week, and they were level again at the half-way stage of this afternoons replay.

Last years progress to the All-Ireland final was welcome as a first in 10 years but they ended up getting spanked by the new aristocracy of Corofin. CORK SFC FINAL Duhallow v Nemo Rangers, Pirc U Rinn, 4.0 [Live TG4] Its become a little sobering for Nemo over the last decade, as even formerly routine titles became hard to find. Duhallow have some high-profile county names in Donncha OConnor and Aidan Walsh as well as a couple of Keith Rickens All-Ireland winning under-20s. The indisputable rise of Cork football is an encouragement and Nemo have looked strong so far.