2022 Premier Senior football

red&blue

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True there no harm some times going down we went down less than 15 years ago and in the long term it was better for the club.
Yeah it propelled the football section to get their act together and in fairness they did and we are reaping the rewards now. But if we didn’t bounce straight back up we could still be down there or worse
 
A lot of clubs are still missing players who have gone to the States were the Dorgans of Ballincollig over there you could see the class of Cian on Sunday
Was impressed by Niall Hartnett if developed properly what talent he could become , Robbie Minihane of the Haven looks a good lad too Liam O Connell of Ballincollig is a coming prospect and Rory Shaughnessy of St. Michaels great to see young talent playing Senior for there clubs.
 
The Barr's crushed Carrigaline, which was expected. Going to have a punt on them to win the championship again at 11-4.
The Barrs look very dangerous up top, even more so than last year despite losing McCkrikard, very mobile, strong and athletic. Not many defences will relish taking them on, possibly Nemo match up well, be some final if they avoid each other.
 

West Cork Gaol

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Carbery Rangers who have injuries must be delighted to qualify from that group prior to playing The Barrs, Eire Og surely beat Valleys in last game. Squad depleted from last season despite their Kerry import, they must be disappointed after their encouraging season last year and running Barrs close.
Who were Eire og missing? John Cooper and Connor McGolderick and they gained a Kerry man
 

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