Gaeil Colmcille (@1.57) vs Skryne (@2.75)

Our Prediction:

Gaeil Colmcille will win

Gaeil Colmcille – Skryne Match Prediction | 24-08-2019

They also provide help on match days with linesmen and umpires, stewarding for match fixtures in Donaghmore Ashbourne GAA and fundraising for the teams. The Chairperson of the committee is Frank Reidy, the Secretary of the Adult Football Committee is Anne OConnor and Adult Football PRO is Mark Byrne. Our Adult Football Committee oversees all adult football in the club providing support for the four teams.

OSullivan struck again on 25 minutes before a soft free against stand-in keeper Tadg Kelly allowed Skryne to close out the scoring on half time. Thereafter came ten minutes of scrappy play until Skryne got a free and converted it into the top end. Donaghmore Ashbourne GAAs 2nd team commenced their defence of the B1 League with a hard-fought win against a spirited Skryne side. Darragh OSullivan with a free on 15 minutes, and one each from Shane Rea and OSullivan within a minute. Donaghmore Ashbourne GAA hit back immediately and fired a succession of points over into the town end. Donaghmore Ashbourne GAA struck first in the 4th minute as Darragh OSullivan fired over after good sustained pressure on the away team.

The game was played as 13 a side as Moynalty could only field 13 at the start. The home team captain Michael McCabe pointed after excellent teamwork on the 10th minute and Eoin Caffrey finished off a patient attack with a point on 14 minutes. Moynalty completed their mini comeback with a goal in added time to trail at the break 3.04 to 1.06. Donaghmore Ashbourne played Moynalty is this B League Division 5 game on Friday night and came away with a hard earned win 4.07 to 2.11. Donaghmore Ashbourne started better with the ball over the bar by Niall Kavanagh on the 4th minute and he quickly followed up with a well taken goal a minute later. Joe Magee powered through and raised a green flag on 6 minutes and Moynalty responded with a point of their own after intercepting a stray pass. During this time Donaghmore Ashbourne lost Niall Kavanagh to a harshly awarded black card and he was replaced by Etan Tormey. They pointed 2 frees and 2 from play between the 25th and 29th minutes. Niall Kavanagh got his second goal on 24 minutes and Donaghmore Ashbourne were in complete control of the game. Cian Field came on for Caffrey after he suffered an injury and Moynalty took advantage of the reshuffle and pointed on a minute later. David Donnelly also scored a point on 19 minutes to have his team 2-4 to a point up. Moynalty fought back and taking advantage of some loose fielding from kick outs they started to tag on a few scores in a row.

The first round first round fixture v Na Fianna took place in Trim on 13 April 2019 at 6pm. While their second round fixture v Wolfe Tones took place on Easter Saturday, 20th of April at 7pm in Nobber. The clubs Junior A Team was drawn in Group C of the 2019 Meath Junior Football Championship along with Na Fianna, Navan O'Mahonys, Senechalstown, Skryne, Dunshaughlin, Summerhill and Wolfe Tones.

B League Division 1 Round 6. Skryne 1-11 Simonstown Gaels 0-10

There are three groups of six teams called Group A, B and C. The 5th and 6th placed teams will proceed to the Relegation Play-Off to determine which three teams will suffer relegation. The 1st and 2nd placed teams in Groups A, B and C along with the 3rd placed team in Group A automatically qualify for the Quarter-Finals. The third placed teams in Groups B and C engage in the Preliminary Quarter-Final to determine the team that completes the Quarter-Finals lineup.

A tussle involving Paul Gilligan and Summerhills Kevin Ryan saw both players yellow carded, with Donaghmore / Ashbourne deemed to be at fault and Summerhill converting the resultant free, their only score of the second period. Donaghmore /Ashbourne went on the offensive right from the restart, with runs from Sean Curran and Paul Gilligan getting the ball into the forwards, with Dylan Brady converting. Donaghmore / Ashbourne kept up the pressure, with Andy Tormey converting the next Donaghmore / Ashbourne free. Another good passage of play saw a goal from Gary Sweeney with an assist from Andy Tormey, the sides level from the first time since throw in. The action switched to the Summerhill half, the Donaghmore / Ashbourne lads starting to use their numerical advantage, with a point from Darragh McGovern and then a lovely point from distance from David Carr. James Crumlish added a point quickly followed by his second point. Stephen Carton came on in place of James Crumlish, and was immediately involved in an exchange with Sean Curran and Andy Tormey, with a great pass by Andy to Darragh McGovern leading to the home sides third goal. Dylan Bradys point was the last score of the match, with a clash between Andy Tormey and the Summerhill goalkeeper Tony Mc Donnell resulting in a straight red for the Summerhill man. The final score was Donaghmore / Ashbourne 3-13 to Summerhills 1-8. A very good ball in from Summerhill resulting in a great Andy Colgan save, the rebound adding to the visitors tally of wides. Summerhill then upped the ante, camping in the Donaghmore / Ashbourne half but the only serious goal scoring attempt went straight into Andy Colgans hands. Possession was won from a kickout and an off-balance Dylan Brady scored another point, but with the net at his mercy could have notched up another goal. Both sides having had a number of wides, goal chances and shots taken from too great a distance straight into the arms of the grateful keepers.

Skryne cruise to victory over Carnaross Skryne 2-13 Carnaross 1-10 JCFC Group C Round 1 On what could be described as a hardy night in Skryne, the third team kicked off their Championship campaign with an impressive win against Carnaross s second string.

Donaghmore Ashbourne won out by 5 points in this pulsating first round SFC match versus Summerhill. Both teams were impressive in attack moving at pace and setting up scoring chances. Stephen Carton, Shaun Byrne and a marvellous effort from Meath captain Bryan Menton kept Summerhill chasing the game. Last years beaten finalists were off the mark quickly scoring 3 points in the first 4 minutes before the men in green struck a goal after a good team move giving Dylan Brady an easy tap in.

Donaghmore Ashbourne traveled to Walterstown on Saturday 9th March 2019 to play this Division 3 B League fixture against a good Walterstown 2nd team. On a heavy pitch, both teams learned quickly that bouncing the ball was not an option which made for a highly competitive game. Walterstown scored 2 more frees before Fergal Heffernan pointed after a 45 attempt broke to him. Patrick Dennehy pulled off an incredible full length diving block to prevent a score at the end of the half. The backs competed well with Mattie Finn producing a super block stopping a certain point. Kevin McInerney fired one just over the bar before Faolan Smith pointed from a free and Anthony Lynn ventured forward to hit a great point to level things up. Foalan Smith popped over a free after 5 minutes for the visitors who started to compete well all over the pitch. Each team got used to the conditions but Walterstown started the better with a point in the first minute followed by a free on 2 minutes. Walterstown got their range and made no mistake with the next 5 points one of which was a free between the 26th and the 35 minutes (5 mins of stoppage time at the end of the half). Walterstown led 11 points to 5 at half time. Walterstown scored again on the 8th and 10th minutes before Donaghmore Ashbourne hit a purple patch after tha scoring 3 points in the next 3 minutes to inject life in their challenge.

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A one point loss 0.13 to 1.09 put pressure on the squad to perform better and in the fourth round they produced a fine display against a gritty Dunshaughlin team to win 1.15 to 1.09. A semi-final against the impressive Summerhill who had already beaten St. 3 wins and a draw in the first four games allowed Gabriel Bannigans new management team see a lot of players in good competitive games but a 1 goal loss to eventual league winners Skryne in their fifth game made a nervy prelude to the Championship. Despite all the signs of it being a rip roaring derby, both teams were cautious and played the percentage game, both teams wary of each others strengths and capabilities. These games led to the third round of the championship where Dunboyne lay in wait. The second half didnt start so good with Summerhill scoring the first of 3 goals to consolidate their position and from them on it was a game of catch up where Summerhill only had to maintain their lead to finish as winners. The end result was a nervy 1.09 to 1.08 win for the lads who controlled the game better. Senior FootballThe seniors commenced the league in early February but due to the inclimate weather in March it was to be a stop start campaign. The lads started well in the semi final but without good ball into the forwards they began to concede ground to an impressive Summerhill team who led 6 points to 3 at half time. The last round saw a draw match against the holders Simonstown to determine placing in the group. A quarter final beckoned versus neighbours Ratoath. Colmcilles was the reward. Momentum was the key and over the next 8 league games in May, June and July they recorded 5 wins and 3 losses. The Championship first round one point win versus Seneschalstown, 1.12 to 1.11 in early April gave them the start they needed and they took that momentum to the second round versus Blackhall Gaels, shooting 1.16 and conceding 11 points. The scoreline of 3.12 to 2.06 didnt do the lads justice and they would rightly feel they let the game slip away.