The Championship Round 2

by louthandproud on July 22, 2015

in Club

Some of the biggests hitters in Louth Football play for the first time this weekend


here’s my predictions…whats yours?
someone predicted the Gaels and Naps last week well done to him/her




Finbarrs  and DYI
Draw and Pats


HTown are the first intermediate side through to the 1/4s with a 2-19 to 1-15 win over the joes.
Togher beat the Seans in a one sided 2-19 to 1-4 victory.
DYI stumped the plunketts to win 1-6 to 8.
And Game of the night and Championship so far, saw the O’Raghallaighs the team of the championship so far? come back from the dead to draw 12 all with the champions Pats.


cooley dunleer


Kilkerley and O’Connells
Dunleer and Glen Emmets


Clans 3-10 and Kilkerley 2-13 Played out an entertaining high scoring affair.
The senior game resulted in Cooley coming back to beat the O’Connells 1-16 to 3-6

Junior results were as predicted Glen Emmets beat Stabannon 15 to 7.
While Lannleire defeated the Tones 2-15 to 15


marysdreadnots nicks gaelsgers


Westerns Marys
Mochs and Gaels


Tale of two halves as Na Piarsaigh qualified for the knockout stages with a mammoth second half comeback!
Gers beat the Gaels in a battle of attrition at Dowdallshill 7-4 .

The Mitchell’s are 2 from 2 after beating the Nicks 1-11 to 1-8.

Double header in Dunleer
Westerns made their statement beating the Kevin’s 1-12 to 6

Dreadnots beat the Marys 1-15 to 1-11 are they now championship favourites?

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

LouthGael July 26, 2015 at 11:34 pm

Don’t forget the John Mitchells qualifying for the q finals with a hard fought win over the Nics. Best wishes to Alan Mackin of John Mitchells who broke his leg today in the win.

Sporty guy July 26, 2015 at 11:25 am

Let’s hope for an enjoyable days football and some fair refereeing, Fedigan take note!

John July 25, 2015 at 9:19 am

The raths really put it up to the pats last night. Great game.

anonymous July 23, 2015 at 8:35 pm

Raths to beat the pats

Anonymous July 23, 2015 at 10:31 am

Bars plunketts joes pats
Clans O’connells dunleer glens
Westerns dreadnots Mitchell’s mochs gaels

Dob July 22, 2015 at 11:22 am

Barrs, Plunketts, Joes, Pats

Kilkerley, Cooley, Dunleer, Stabannon

Kevins, Dreadnots, Mitchells, Mochs, Gers

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