Meath Forum



Most Popular Posts in the last 24hrs

Click on the subject to bring you to the county where the message was originally posted 
(this page is sorted with the most popular posts at the top)


Keegan Cup 2019 - 1 Like(s)
Seneschalstown vs St. Pats - Think Sencheschalstown could struggle here, probably on a high after beating skryne and have plenty of small young players who might struggle against Pats. Still go for a narrow sench win. Summerhill vs Rathkenny - Easy Summerhill win Kells vs Skryne - Should be an interesting tie. Not sure who Kells have to mark PO'R so they could be in a little bit of trouble but Skryne backs won't be near as good as NOM so they will struggle to stop Beano, Mattimoe and the 2 Reillys, so I'll go with a Kells win. Dunshaughlin vs NOM - Another game that will be great for neutrals. Going on their performance against Kells I think NOM will win this narrowly. Anybody know how long Costello is out for? Dunboyne vs Colmcilles - Dunboyne should win this by 5+. Colmcillles seem to have gone back a little bit whereas Dunboyne looked very impressive against Na Fianna and should only get better. Tones vs Curraha - What a result for Curraha against Simonstown the last day. Haven't seen Curraha play too much this year so I'm not sure how good they really are. I'll go with Tones here. Simonstown vs Na Fianna - Simonstown really need a win here and they will struggle I think. They will have to double mark Walsh after what how well he played against the best man marker in the county. I think Devine is a doubt for this game so I'll go with Simonstown by 1 or 2 despite there problems this year. Don/Ash vs Longwood - Easy win Don/Ash. Think it might be the first time I seen a club team in Meath 1/25 to win. Moynalvey vs Ratoath - Ratoath are very hard to look at, should be playing a more attack minded game with the players they have. Still think Ratoath will win this game though, a lot of teams don't know what way to play against them.

Barney123 (Meath) - 23/08/2019 12:24:46

Keegan Cup 2019 - 1 Like(s)

Replying To Borderroyal:  "[quote=Barney123:  "Seneschalstown vs St. Pats - Think Sencheschalstown could struggle here, probably on a high after beating skryne and have plenty of small young players who might struggle against Pats. Still go for a narrow sench win. Summerhill vs Rathkenny - Easy Summerhill win Kells vs Skryne - Should be an interesting tie. Not sure who Kells have to mark PO'R so they could be in a little bit of trouble but Skryne backs won't be near as good as NOM so they will struggle to stop Beano, Mattimoe and the 2 Reillys, so I'll go with a Kells win. Dunshaughlin vs NOM - Another game that will be great for neutrals. Going on their performance against Kells I think NOM will win this narrowly. Anybody know how long Costello is out for? Dunboyne vs Colmcilles - Dunboyne should win this by 5+. Colmcillles seem to have gone back a little bit whereas Dunboyne looked very impressive against Na Fianna and should only get better. Tones vs Curraha - What a result for Curraha against Simonstown the last day. Haven't seen Curraha play too much this year so I'm not sure how good they really are. I'll go with Tones here. Simonstown vs Na Fianna - Simonstown really need a win here and they will struggle I think. They will have to double mark Walsh after what how well he played against the best man marker in the county. I think Devine is a doubt for this game so I'll go with Simonstown by 1 or 2 despite there problems this year. Don/Ash vs Longwood - Easy win Don/Ash. Think it might be the first time I seen a club team in Meath 1/25 to win. Moynalvey vs Ratoath - Ratoath are very hard to look at, should be playing a more attack minded game with the players they have. Still think Ratoath will win this game though, a lot of teams don't know what way to play against them."
Moynalvey vs Ratoath - Ratoath are very hard to look at, should be playing a more attack minded game with the players they have. Still think Ratoath will win this game though, a lot of teams don't know what way to play against them. Barney123 (Meath) - Posts: 632 - 23/08/2019 12:24:46 2228747 Just wondering wot you mean teams dont know how to play again them.not being smart havent seen ratoth play in years just wot way are they set up??"]Very defensive, Bryan McMahon is regularly in his own half back line. Eamon Wallace came on and was coming out of the full back line and gave the ball to David Larkin for him to score a goal and win the game.

Barney123 (Meath) - 23/08/2019 14:18:21