CAVAN SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINAL REPLAYS
CAVAN GAELS V GOWNA
Saturday, Kingspan Breffni, 8.15pm
THESE two teams couldn’t be separated when they met last weekend for a place in the last four. Cavan Gaels were rampant in the group stages but last year’s beaten champions Gowna showed they’re determined to go all the way. Maybe Cavan Gaels will learn more from the draw.
Verdict: Cavan Gaels
MULLAHORAN V RAMOR UNITED
Sunday, Kingspan Breffni, 12.30pm
LAST year’s beaten champions Ramor survived a major scare against Mullahoran last weekend. The Virgina-based men have been hit by injuries but the favourite usually wins the second time around.
CAVAN INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINALS
Cuchulainn v Castlerahan
Sunday, Kingspan Breffni, 3pm
CASTLERAHAN have steadied the ship this year after the massive disappointment of last year’s relegation. Cuchulainn’s have also been flying it and this is their fourth semi-final in five years. It’s on a knife-edge.
COOTEHILL CELTIC V BALLYHAISE
Sunday, Kingspan Breffni, 7pm
BALLYHAISE have been one of the success stories in Cavan football this year, but in fairness Cootehill have bounced back after a difficult league campaign in Division One. Could be a close one.
CAVAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINALS
DRUMLANE V DRUMALEE
Friday, Kingspan Breffni, 8pm
2018 CHAMPIONS Drumlane are one step away from the final. They played Division Two football this year, while Drumalee were one of the top teams in Division Three. We’ll give them the nod.
ARVA V KNOCKBRIDE
Sunday, Kingspan Breffni, 5pm
ARVA were the form team heading into the Junior Championship, but they’ve been made to work for their place in the semi-finals. Knockbride looked strong, but Arva should prevail if they play to their potential.