St Martins (@1.83) vs Young Irelands (@2.1)
30-09-2019

Our Prediction:

St Martins will win

St Martins – Young Irelands Match Prediction | 30-09-2019 09:00

If using the ferry, it's a two-minute drive or a ten-minute walk. John, our host, was wonderful. The room was a great size and the ensuite bathroom was spacious, modern, and clean. Great location for visiting the Wexford area. He took a very personal interest on our visit -- and that was lovely. He had all sorts of suggestions for local meals and even helped us map out our travel the next day through the Wicklow Mountains and offered suggestions for our Dublin stay.

The next day we were leaving early to catch to ferry to Wales and he volunteered to drive us to the port, a relatively short walk away, but with all our luggage it would have been strenuous. John, the proprietor, was very helpful with information about where to eat and where to visit the beach. Our room was large and comfortable, overlooking the area.

Please support as the proceeds go towards our players and team championship preparations and the running of our facilities. Lifts home will be provided free of charge. The club are running a race night on Friday Oct 18th in the Cave Bar at 21:00. Anyone interested in sponsoring a race can contact any member of the committee. Race cardsare now available from committee members and players.

Lovely new bathrooms installed recently. There are shops, restaurants & a bank on the doorstep. There was no breakfast, as it stated clearly in the owner's website, but that was not important as we ate on board the ferry. There are beaches within a 2 minute walk and a wonderful coastal path that goes for miles above the seashore. The location could hardly be improved as it is so near to the Ferry Harbour. I would've liked to explore this path more but we only stayed overnight in order to catch the early morning ferry, so there was no opportunity to do so.

The St. Martins GAA Club Shop

This property is in an excellent location away from the main road for and handy for the Rosslare Ferry (about 4 mins drive) Our host John was extremely friendly and helpful. He recommended a pizzeria and chippy about 10 minutes walk away in Kilrane that was great for an evening meal. There is a pub in the same village so good all round.

There are beaches within a 2 minute walk and a wonderful coastal path that goes for miles above the seashore. There are shops, restaurants & a bank on the doorstep. Lovely new bathrooms installed recently. I would've liked to explore this path more but we only stayed overnight in order to catch the early morning ferry, so there was no opportunity to do so. The location could hardly be improved as it is so near to the Ferry Harbour.

John, the proprietor, was very helpful with information about where to eat and where to visit the beach. The next day we were leaving early to catch to ferry to Wales and he volunteered to drive us to the port, a relatively short walk away, but with all our luggage it would have been strenuous.

Indeed, Tipp have seven of the top ten scorers from play. Welcome back to the St Martins 2019 ICB and after the deplorable hurling we have seen in Munster to date and with Tipperary going so well lets not panic and see what the weekend has in store. All scores and scorers are within the attached Excel. Two Carlow men lead the scoring charts from play in Leinster Chris Nolan and James Doyle while in Munster its a 123 for Tipp with Callanan and John McGrath tied at the top.

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