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Predictions for 2009 NFL

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Division 1:
I think that Kerry, Cork or Laois will win this league. I also don't think that the Cork ladies will win the championship this year!
Division 2:
Sligo or Tipperary are my bets here!
Division 3:
I'd say Roscommon or Limerick!

Come on ladies and gents, have your say and make use of this facility which is being neglected by the Ladies GAA circuuits!

SupersizeMe (Wicklow) - 15/01/2009 21:44:43    181809

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Cork, Monaghan and Mayo for Div 1

Down For Div 2

Derry for Div 3

ulster.gael (Derry) - 20/01/2009 10:51:07    184601

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Div. 1-Cork

Div. 2 - Down

Div.3 - Roscommon

dingle1 (Clare) - 17/02/2009 23:57:04    210282

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Div 1 : Tyrone

Div 2 : Down/Meath

Div 3 : Roscommon

clonee (Cavan) - 18/02/2009 09:34:46    210404

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Hard to predict Div 1 with a couple of teams in very good form. I wouldnt neglect Dublin, watched them against Monaghan and they looked very fit and strong. It will be very interesting to see how they get on when they meet Cork. Cork again look really strong. I think we may have a better indication after the next two rounds of the league.

rollingstones (Monaghan) - 20/02/2009 11:54:40    212935

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cant see anyone in the 1a group winning it.hard to see past cork.. monaghan arent in great nick yet and dublin seem to collapse under any pressure so cork then?? i think....possibly mayo will give them a run if they get their act together

mc8c (Tyrone) - 26/02/2009 16:06:09    219180

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Division 1 - Cork, cant see anyone even close to them at the moment.
Division 2 - Tipperary, although Meath are unbeaten so far and are looking good this year.
Division 3 - Limerick or Wicklow possibly??

royal4ever85 (Meath) - 27/02/2009 23:24:15    220802

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Division 1 - Cork
Division 2 - Meath
Division 3 - Limerick

men_of_49 (Meath) - 10/03/2009 12:53:28    228952

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I DEFO WOULDNT ABVISE ANY1 TO PUT MONEY ON WEXFORD WINNING DIS YEAR MISSING A LOT OF GURLS FOR DIFFERENT REASONS... BUT IT GIVES THE UNG GURLS A CHANCE TO GET EXPERIENCE WATCH OUT IN A FEW YEARS BUT FOR THE PRESENT WONT BE GOING ANYWHERE ANYTIME SOON.

CLFC (Wexford) - 11/03/2009 10:08:43    229824

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Finals are approaching!!!

Div 1
Cork -V- Mayo.

Div 2
Tipperary -V- Down

Div 3
Wicklow -V- Roscommon/Derry

Who does people think will win??

I think, Cork, Down and Wicklow!

Bridalceoil (Wicklow) - 22/04/2009 20:51:45    265626

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Congrats Dingle 1 for your correct prediction back in February. Two Premier Tickets now winging their way to you for this year's All Ireland Final. Well done again. Admin.

dingle1 (Clare) - 10/05/2009 22:04:43    279722

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Camogie in Britain conference: Our Future in our hands 27th June 12 - 4 Camden Irish Centre Murray Street London

Joan O'Flynn has confirmed that her first visit to Britain as President of Camgie Association will be at pivotal gathering for Camogie In Britian - "Our future in our hands" on 27th June 2009 Camden Irish Centre Murray Street London 12 pm to 4 pm.

The conference is aimed at developing camogie in Britain with input wanted from current, past supporters of Camogie including players, coaches and fans.The aim is build on the current interest in Camogie in Britain and develop new and emergin clubs, university teams and schools. The focus will be on supporting clubs and people that are able to increase people playing Gaelic Games and Camogie. Workshops on funding applications, developing underage teams and supporting clubs.

Representation from Ladies Gaelic Football and British GAA and the men's game is warmly welcomed at "Our future in our hands" Recent research by London Camogie Development Committee supports men and women involved in Gaelic Games working closer together to achieve increased funding and provide more support for Gaelic Games and Camogie in Britain.

Linda Mellerick, Cork Camogie All Star, Chairperson of Cork Supporters Club and regular match commentator has also confirmed her attendance at the conference, to maximum the development opportunity for British Camogie.

People from Midlands, Lancashire, Bedfordshire. Gloucestershire, Scotland and Wales are encouraged to attend. Entrance to conference is free, and there will refreshments provided, so all interested people are encouraged to pre-register in advance by emailing their details to "[email protected]" or call Claire on 07852 333 010

Saturday 27th June 12 pm - 4 pm Our Future in our hands - Camogie in Britain

London Camogie Development Committee

HeddCelticCamog (UK) - 25/05/2009 20:57:36    293517

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