Dooner’s weekend predictions – April 6th



Congratulations to Kilkerrin United who wrapped up the Norio’s Takeaway Division One title with a 2-0 win over Dunmore Town last weekend. Kilkerrin have only lost one game this season and will be playing their football in the Premier Division next season. Well done to all concerned.

  Elsewhere, Ballinasloe Town haven’t gone away you know! The Town beat previously unbeaten St. Peter’s 3-2 last weekend to blow the title race wide open.

Friday, April 6th

Norio’s Takeaway Division One

Strokestown United v Ballinasloe Town B. 8 pm

The hosts are heavy favourites.

Prediction: Strokestown United

Killeen Sportsgrounds Division Two

Glen Celtic v Castlerea Celtic B. 8 pm           

The Glenamaddy side will be confident.

Prediction: Glen Celtic

Saturday, April 7th

RDFL Challenge Cup 3rd Round

Boyle Celtic v Cloonfad United. 7.45 pm           

Home advantage and plenty of cup tie experience gives Boyle the edge.

Prediction: Boyle Celtic

Herald Premier Division/RDFL Challenge Cup 3rd Round

Ballinasloe Town v Ballaghaderreen FC. 7.45 pm

Ballinasloe are hitting form at just the right time.

Prediction: Ballinasloe Town

Sunday, April 8th

TP Brennan Connacht Shield Semi-Final

Kilkerrin United v Real Tubber. 2 pm           

Hopefully the Roscommon & District League side can progress.

Prediction: Kilkerrin United

RDFL Challenge Cup 3rd Round

Moylough ’79 v Cam Celtic. 11 am

Cam have beaten Moylough this season but home advantage should see the Division Two leaders through.

Prediction: Moylough ‘79

Lough Harps v Rahara Rovers. 11 am

This is an interesting match-up. Slightly favour the Division One side.

Prediction: Lough Harps

Skyvalley Rovers v St. John’s Athletic. 2 pm

The hosts have already beaten the Lecarrow side home and away in the league.

Prediction: Skyvalley Rovers

Moore United v Castlerea Celtic. 2 pm

Castlerea Celtic won’t have it all their own way but should progress.

Prediction: Castlerea Celtic

Herald Premier Division

Ballymoe FC v Dysart FC. 2 pm

The home side should take the three points.

Prediction: Ballymoe FC           

Killeen Sportsgrounds Division Two

Roscommon United v Skyvalley Rovers B. 11 am           

The town team will be comfortable.

Prediction: Roscommon United