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Old 29-10-2019, 07:53 AM
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Russell Rovers v Carrignavar
Sunday 3rd November
Pairc Ui Rinn
3.45pm

Preceded by the Junior B (Divisional) County Final
Ballyhea v Aghabullogue
Pairc Ui Rinn
2pm
Should be a tight match on Sunday. Carrig are a strong well balanced team with their main standout performers in defence and midfield. Rovers are solid enough throughout with their main men both in the full forward line.

If Forde gets on top in midfield and Geaney at 6 then Carrig might be able to exact revenge for East Cork Final. Rovers were winners in that game due to a goal in injury time - if Carrig cut back on the Hail Mary attempts they might prevail this time 'round.

In a strange way, could the loser of this game be better set in the medium term than the winner based on the 2020 championship setup?

It's a big ask for the Junior winner to go up and win the intermediate - unless you're the Cloughduv allstars

(waits for Hartyparty to inject a bit of life in proceedings...)
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Old 29-10-2019, 08:19 AM
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Should be a tight match on Sunday. Carrig are a strong well balanced team with their main standout performers in defence and midfield. Rovers are solid enough throughout with their main men both in the full forward line.

If Forde gets on top in midfield and Geaney at 6 then Carrig might be able to exact revenge for East Cork Final. Rovers were winners in that game due to a goal in injury time - if Carrig cut back on the Hail Mary attempts they might prevail this time 'round.

In a strange way, could the loser of this game be better set in the medium term than the winner based on the 2020 championship setup?

It's a big ask for the Junior winner to go up and win the intermediate - unless you're the Cloughduv allstars


(waits for Hartyparty to inject a bit of life in proceedings...)
My own view is that its ridiculous, the winners of the 4th grade of Cork hurling will have play in the 5th grade of cork hurling next year. You might be right that maybe the losers are better off in the medium term. Looking at the teams in the "lower Intermediate" both teams could certainly give it a rattly, but its a big ask to win back to back championships.

I'm gonna say Russells to win, as from what I seen they preformed better in the county and they knocked out my own club in east cork
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Old 30-10-2019, 07:41 PM
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Having seen both teams this year and the east cork final, I think this will be a very tight game. As mentioned above Carraigs half back/midfield are strong which could prove vital in what’s going to be a winter hurling game however I’d still go with Russell’s to shade it due to the quality of the two lads inside.
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Old 03-11-2019, 05:50 PM
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Fairly handy win for Russell Rovers over Carrig Na bhfear this evening, 1-17 0-9.
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Old 16-11-2019, 04:10 PM
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Russell Rovers 2-21 1-11 Kilgarvan
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Old 16-11-2019, 04:19 PM
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Thought we'd have Buff Egan giving updates on that match but it seems he went to Kilkenny. Seems odd when his own club are out in Munster
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Old 16-11-2019, 05:19 PM
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Thought we'd have Buff Egan giving updates on that match but it seems he went to Kilkenny. Seems odd when his own club are out in Munster
Strange alright he’s done it a few times now
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Old 16-11-2019, 07:14 PM
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He fell out with them I think.
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Old 17-11-2019, 11:16 PM
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Old 05-12-2019, 07:34 AM
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Russell Rovers v St. Marys of Waterford on Sunday. Bookies have Russels @ 3/10. Shurely shome mishtake?
Marys are backboned by Brendan McGourty (Down Senior) at centre back with Aidan Kearney wing back beside him. big rangy forwards and have convincingly beaten Limerick and Tipp reps in past weeks.
Russells coming off the back of a longer lay-off and a few stag partys... cut out the supply to the lads inside and the shanagarry men are in trouble surely?
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