Annaduff (@1.08) vs Bornacoola (@7.0)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Annaduff will win

Annaduff – Bornacoola Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 07:00

Joe was former Leitrim footballer and played with Leitrim in the Connacht Championship of 1959, one of the many years of that era that Leitrim reached the Connacht Championship Final. Leitrim, who passed to his eternal reward on Sunday 7th July 2019. Columbans, Dalgan Park, Navan and late of Aughnasheelin, Co. Ar dheis D go raibh s. Leitrim GAA wishes to pass on its sympathies to the family of the late Fr Joe Dolan,St.

Although there was no successes, this move boded well for the future and by 1976 the Junior Team was re-established and had won the League Title. As success continued to allude the Junior Team during the 70's (in fact sometimes the club could not field a team), it was decided by mutual consent to discontinue the Junior Team, and to concentrate on the underage teams of the parish. The team was: Tomas Larkin, Gerry Hackett, Shay Reynolds, Sean Fallon, Henry Faughnan, Liam Mahon, Christy Farrell, Noel Mahon, Frankie Bohan, Ciaran Fallon, Gerry O'Connor, Gerry Beirne, Seamus Mulligan, Noel Hayden and Mick Quinn. This resulted in a parish Under 16 team in 1973 and a Minor team in 1974.

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While the pitches have been in use since January 2016 with the dressing rooms and gym functional, it has taken this combined final push to ensure that the remainder of the internal and the external public side of the property have been completed to the very high standard that is already evident, playing surface wise, at the rear of the property.

However, in the meantime, Aughavas who had won their first round match, but lost it following an objection, had appealed this decision to the Connaught Council, and were reinstated. Bornacoola refused and the Co. By now the Championship was over, but the Leitrim Co. Board awarded the title to Aughavas. The League was abandoned this year also, leaving Bornacoola without a title once again. Bornacoola won the Championship, beating Sean Tracy's. 1955 was another year dogged by controversary. Board ordered Bornacoola to play Aughavas in a new County Final.

Allen Gaels were the more committed team and deserved their four point winning margin.Annaduff : Kevin Ludlow, Matty Cox, John Faughnan, Nigel Cox, James Cox, David Duignan, Conor McLoughlin, Fergal Carroll, Dermot Reynolds, David McHugh ( 0-1), Kenny Bosquette ( 0-2,0-1from free), Alan Cox, Gerard Reynolds, Cathal Cox, Ray Cox ( 0-5,0-3 from frees).Subs : Gene Cox ( for G. Annaduffs first half scores came from Ray Cox with three points and Kenny Bosquette. Annaduff played better against the wind than with it and their second half performance was poor. The Gaels had the advantage of a strong wind in the first half and led by 1-5 to 0-4 at the break . Reynolds) and Colm Cox ( for G. Their goal came after 29 minutes a rather fortunate fisted effort from Brian Mulvey. Ray Cox got two more points in the second period with David McHugh and Kenny Bosquette scored a point each. Allen Gaels beat us in our second Division 1 match of the week by 1-8 to 0-7 in Drumshanbo on Sunday. Cox).

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However promotion to Senior League Football had been earned, although a restructuring of the leagues at County Convention decreed that Bornacoola would play in Intermediate League Division Two in 1992. In the championship following a good run Bornacoola were defeated by eventual champions Carrigallen in the semi-final. The Junior League of 1991 saw Bornacoola qualify for the final, but defeat awaited once again at the hands of Eslin.

The twenties was the only time Bornacoola did not have a team, and although the 'Black and Tans' and the subsequent Civil War militated against organised games, it would still appear that Bornacoola simply did not have enough players of sufficient calibre to make a viable team. Johnston's Bridge and Cloonturk fielded teams at different times but neither had any success. During the 1910 to 1919 era Bornacoola failed to field a team representing the whole parish. Players from the Rooskey and Cloonmorris areas played with Rooskey or Clonguish and those in the Dromod area tended to gravitate towards Annaduff, Mohill and Eslin.

A repeat of last year's County Final between the teams who have shared the title between them since 2013 when St Mary's were the last winners other than Aughawillan and Mohill. The tie of the weekend. And both teams have a history of ending the title defence of the other side so there is a lot of spice to this clash.

W/E 5th October 2013

Rowley, Joe Cox, Padraig Carroll and two from sub. Padraig Carroll then collected the resultant kick out, he spotted Mohill keeper Mickey Lynch off his line and Carroll lobbed the keeper with a superb kick. This was a dress rehearsal for the Championship and both sides will take encouragement from the game , it was Annaduffs best performance all season while apart from conceding three goals Mohill were impressiveAnnaduff:Kevin Ludlow, Matty Cox, John Faughnan, Chris Farrell, David Duignan, Dermot Reynolds, David McHugh, Brendan Guckian, Alan Cox, Ray Cox ( 0-01), Fergal Carroll, James Cox, Ml. Mohill : Mickey Lynch, Ciaran Kennedy, Michael McGuinness, Niall McGovern, Daniel Beck, Darren McLoughlin, Seamus Kennedy (0-02), Philip McGuinness (0-01),Shane Canning, Paul Early, Ronan Gallagher, Colm Beirne ( 0-08), Ronan Kennedy ( 0-01), Paul McLoughlin, John McGuinness. Rowley ( 1-1, 1-0 penalty),Padraic Carroll ( 2-01), Joe Cox (0-01). This match had everything and was a great advertisement fo Leitrim Football. In Division 1 on Sunday in Annaduff webeat Mohill byby 3-06 to 0-12 in a thriller in Annaduff. Subs : Chris Higgins ( for P.McLoughlin) and Gavin Kelly ( for P.Early). McHugh), Gerard Reynolds ( for M.Rowley) and Gene Cox ( for M.Cox). This left the home side leading by 3-06 to 0-06 with seventeen minutes left. Colm Beirne opened the scoring with a Mohill point. Subs: Cathal Cox ( 0-02), ( for Joe Cox), Kenny Bosquette ( for D. This was Annaduffs last score and Mohill finished with six points in succession from Seamus Kennedy, Philly McGuinness and four from Colm Beirne. Cathal Cox to leave them leading after 21 minutes by 0-06 to 0-01.Mohill then cane more into the game and scored three points before half time two frees from Colm Beirne and a Ronan Kennedy point to leave Annaduff leading by two points at the break 0-06 to 0-04.After 33 minutes the impressive Seamus Kennedy got a Mohill point , it was 5 minutes before the next score and it was a well taken goal for Annaduff by Padraig Carroll after good work in the build up by Brendan Guckian and Cathal Cox.Colm Beirne replied with a pointed free for Mohill.Referee Frank Niblock awarded Annaduff a penaly after 41 minutes with Ml. Annaduff replied withsixpoints in a row from Ray Cox,Ml. Rowley calmly slotting the spot kick home.

At the draw held in Taylors, there was no Jackpot winner. The 25 winners were Sean Cox, c/oT.P.Cox, Dromod, Christopher Taylor, Drumsna, Lauren Cox, Corduff and Vincent Dolan, Furnace. The 50 winner was Lisa Duignan, Gortinee. The next draw will be held on Sunday night next in the Brandywell, Dromod where the Jackpot will be 4,000. The numbers drawn were : 6,7,12 and 18.

McGarry, Gene Cox, Vincie Faughnan, Bernie Mahon, Mel Cox and P.J. However, the Bornacoola Minors brought home our first ever Minor Championship title, (and our last, until 1996 when the Minor B Championship was won by Bornacoola!). In 1948, the Junior Team again finished without honours. Healy. The team of 1948 was: Jimmy Dennigan, Brendan Stenson, Gerry Diffley, Jim Nesbitt, Charlie Devine, Frank Flynn, John Tom McGushin, Jim Faughnan, Ciaran Shanley, Michael J.

It is particularly poignant that on the very day that the Leitrim heroes of 1994 will be honoured at the Connacht SFC Final 25th Anniversary, Oliver will be laid to rest in Sligo. He worked extremely hard in his promotion of all Leitrim GAA fundraising in the greater Sligo area and indeed beyond over many years and shared and enjoyed in our greatest days in the 1990s and indeed the Connacht Championship win of 1994 was a great source of pride for Oliver in his adopted county. Leitrim GAA wishes to convey its sincere sympathies to the family of the late Oliver Casserly,Ballgawley, Co Sligo and formerly Bornacoola, Co Leitrim, who passed to his eternal reward on Thursday last, following a short illness. Oliver was a great Leitrim supporter over the years and was a staunch member of the Sligo Branch of the Leitrim GAA Supporters Club.

The replay is set for next Friday evening, September 13th, at the same venue with 6pm throw-in and extra time to be played in the event of a further draw. While extra time had been provided for in the 6.30pm fixture, it was deemed unsafe by the referee to continue as darkness descended very quickly at the venue. The eagerly awaited Newtowngore Engineering Minor Championship Final between St Marys Kiltoghert and Mac Diarmada Gaels ended level this evening at Avantcard Pirc Sen Mac Diarmada.