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Dooner's weekend predictions - November 29th

  • Written by Dan Dooner
  • Published in Sport

 

 

 

The very best of luck to Premier Division side Ballinasloe Town who face a difficult trip to Waterford to take on Villa FC in the fifth round of the New Balance FAI Junior Cup this Sunday.

 

Friday, November 29th

RDFL Premier Division

Skyvalley Rovers v Boyle Celtic. 8.15 pm           

The visitors will be favourites to take all three points.

Prediction: Boyle Celtic

Norio’s Takeaway Division One

Castlerea Celtic B v Dunmore Town. 8.15 pm           

The hosts should have enough to see off Dunmore.

Prediction: Castlerea Celtic B

RDFL Division Two

Ballinasloe Town B v St. John’s Athletic B. 2 pm

Home win.

Prediction: Ballinasloe Town B

Saturday, November 30th

RDFL Premier Division

Ballymoe FC v Castlerea Celtic. 8 pm           

Ballymoe enjoyed a very good result last weekend against Ballinasloe Town. They’ll certainly have to produce a similar performance this Saturday to have any chance of getting another result.

Prediction: Castlerea Celtic

RDFL Division Two (8 pm)

Boyle Celtic B v Cloonfad United B

Both sides have struggled for consistency this season.

Prediction: Draw

Glen Celtic v Moore United B           

The Glenamaddy outfit remains an unstoppable force in this division.

Prediction: Glen Celtic

Skyvalley Rovers B v Ballaghaderreen FC B

Home win.

Prediction: Skyvalley Rovers B

Sunday, December 1st

New Balance FAI Junior Cup (Round 5)

Villa FC v Ballinasloe Town. 2 pm           

The hosts have struggled at times this season but should provide a stern test for Ballinasloe Town.

Prediction: Ballinasloe Town

RDFL Premier Division (2 pm)

St. Peter’s FC v Moylough ‘79

The champions should maintain their unbeaten record.

Prediction: St. Peter’s FC           

Kilkerrin United v Moore United

Home win.

Prediction: Kilkerrin United            

Norio’s Takeaway Division One (2 pm)

Ballaghaderreen FC v Roscommon United

If you’re in the area on Sunday this game could well be worth a watch. The hosts are flying while United always provide entertainment. Three players expected to be involved have a whopping 41 goals between them (Jamie Bracken 17; Danny Browne 14; Vando 10). This could be any score but the hosts are favourites.

Prediction: Ballaghaderreen FC

CP Ajax v Cloonfad United

The visitors can’t afford any slip-ups as Dysart and Ballaghaderreen ramp up the pressure.

Prediction: Cloonfad United            

RDFL Division Two (2 pm)

At Ballinagare: Manor United v Ballymoe FC B

Tom Ward (13 goals) is on form for a Manor side looking to push up the table.

Prediction: Manor United

St. Cuan’s United v Roscommon United B

A real basement battle and St. Cuan’s will be hoping to avoid switching places with the visitors (who are certainly improving) at the bottom of the table.

Prediction: St. Cuan’s United

 

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