Dooner’s weekend predictions – February 12th

 

The weather once again played havoc with fixtures right across the county last weekend and there are no guarantees that this weekend will be any different as the RDFL Challenge Cup kicks off.

Friday, February 16th

The Herald Premier Division

Shiven Rovers v Cloonfad United. 8 pm

Shiven were disappointing against St. John’s and will be hoping to remain in fifth place with a win here.

Prediction: Shiven Rovers

RDFL Challenge Cup Round 1

Strokestown United v Glen Celtic. 8.15 pm

The hosts will be favourites to progress.

Prediction: Strokestown United

Saturday, February 17th

RDFL Challenge Cup Round 1

Kilkerrin United v Roscommon United. 7.30 pm

The Division One leaders will be pleased with a home draw.

Prediction: Kilkerrin United

The Herald Premier Division

Moore United v Castlerea Celtic. 7.45 pm

It’s “squeaky bum time” and the Hoops need the points.

Prediction: Castlerea Celtic

Sunday, February 18th

TP Brennan Connacht Cup Round 4

St. Bernard’s v Boyle Celtic. 2 pm

The weather certainly did Boyle no favours with the postponement last weekend but we still back them to get the job done away from home.

Prediction: Boyle Celtic

RDFL Challenge Cup Round 1 (2 pm)

Moylough ’79 v Castlerea Celtic B

The hosts to progress.

Prediction: Moylough ‘79

Skyvalley Rovers B v Boyle Celtic B

Boyle will make the long trip worthwhile.

Prediction: Boyle Celtic B

Dunmore Town v CP Ajax

Not a lot between these two and home advantage probably just swings it.

Prediction: Dunmore Town

Cam Celtic v Ballinasloe Town B

This will be close.

Prediction: Ballinasloe Town B

Lough Harps v Hodson Bay Athletic

The visitors should go through. Prediction: Hodson Bay Athletic

Rahara Rovers v Cloonfad United B

Home win.

Prediction: Rahara Rovers

The Herald Premier Division

Skyvalley Rovers v Ballaghaderreen FC. 11 am

Can see this ending in stalemate.

Prediction: Draw

Dysart FC v Ballinasloe Town. 2 pm

The Town can put eight points between themselves and Boyle this weekend.

Prediction: Ballinasloe Town

St. Peter’s FC v St. John’s Athletic. 2 pm

St. Peter’s are still unbeaten and snapping away at Castlerea’s heels.

Prediction: St. Peter’s FC