Scariff (@1.2) vs Inagh Kilnamona B (@4.5)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Scariff will win

Scariff – Inagh Kilnamona B Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 08:30

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2014 saw them drop out of the top tier but a renewed effort led to the intermediate title being annexed in 2016. That progress was built on in some style in the last two seasons with consecutive semi-final appearances. The journey came agonisingly close to reaching another major milestone when a late surge saw Inagh-Kilnamona snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in the Division 1 League final, and it would be no surprise to see a repeat of that showdown when the McMahon Cup is at stake later in the autumn. Outside of Inagh-Kilnamonas dominance, one of the main stories of the Clare camogie championship in the last few years has been the rise of the East Clare side.

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Each of the teams will bring their own challenge but we have real belief in our own group and that is what we are concentrating on she said. It doesnt really matter who we have in the group with us because we are looking to win every game we go out for. We take a break after the league finishes so that means everyone is fresh and ready to go once championship rolls around. We are only looking at ourselves. It can be hard to keep it going sometimes too when championship runs so late but we are looking forward to getting it going now. We are always looking forward to the championship and I think that is where we come into our own a lot of the time. We have had so many players training all year so everyone is really looking forward to getting out and getting games.

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Draws for the 2018 Clare Senior Camogie Championship took place at the weekend. Fresh from their meeting in the league final, Inagh/Kilnamona and Sixmilebridge will square off again, they are joined in Group 1 by Truagh/Clonlara who reached the last four of the championship last year and Kilmaley who will also fancy their chances of progressing past the group stages.

They have maintained their senior status in each of those contests which is something they will draw heart from , but another tough group campaign awaits. Since that last title was garnered in 2014, Kilmaley have not been back to the showpiece event while the last two seasons have seen them involved in the relegation mix. Having enjoyed a golden era which saw them win four titles in seven years, the more recent past has been a difficult one for Kilmaley. Lisa Kennedy is captain for 2019 and feels they have plenty to build on for the coming season.

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We were talking about making progress in the first year we were up and building on that last year but there is no more talk about that now. We were sickened to lose out to Inagh-Kilnamona in that league final in the manner that we did but we want to take that now and use it to move on to the next level. We are really looking forward to it now and training has been going really well over the last few weeks. We want to get to the final stages and we want to get that cup back to Scariff-Ogonnelloe she stated. Newmarket are an experienced side and we will be taking nothing for granted but we have faith in our girls that we can get the right result. It will be a big test but nothing will ever come easy in senior championship and there will be plenty obstacles to overcome. Every team will have the aim of getting their hands on that cup on county final day and we are certainly hoping we can go that far but we cannot look past Newmarket in our first game so that is the immediate focus now.

If we lose our first game, we are facing into Scariff-Ogonnelloe and Newmarket who are amazing teams so all we can think about for now is that first round and take it from there she said. The standard of club camogie in Clare has gone so high over the last few years and you dont really know who is going to win any game because it is so competitive. We will probably be the underdogs out of all the teams in the group and it makes the first game almost do or die. It is a tough group and our first game is against Sixmilebridge who have beaten us for the last two years in the B final. Since the county girls came back the intensity of training has really gone up another level. We have been training for this since January and February so it is all about going out and giving it our all in the first round.