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Old 11-03-10, 23:25   #81
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Just off the phone to anthony masterson(wexford goalkeeper) and he's adamant they will beat cavan. He reckons theyve sorted out all the problems within the squad and are back flying again.
Are you just off the phone to him or did you just read the article in the Wexford People?!

http://www.wexfordpeople.ie/sport/ga...e-2094632.html
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Old 12-03-10, 10:48   #82
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Are you just off the phone to him or did you just read the article in the Wexford People?!

http://www.wexfordpeople.ie/sport/ga...e-2094632.html
Who the feck buys the wexford people.Escpecially what would a wicklow man thru and thru be doing reading the wexford people....Come on gimme a bitta cred.
I`m actually good mates with anthony & his brother tommy.If you want more info feel free to ask
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Old 12-03-10, 18:09   #83
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Who the feck buys the wexford people.Escpecially what would a wicklow man thru and thru be doing reading the wexford people....Come on gimme a bitta cred.
I`m actually good mates with anthony & his brother tommy.If you want more info feel free to ask
A fan of the Mayfair then?!

Gommer is a sound bloke alright. I'm only yanking your crank.
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Old 12-03-10, 19:35   #84
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A fan of the Mayfair then?!

Gommer is a sound bloke alright. I'm only yanking your crank.
Yeah the mayfair was a regular haunt of mine alright
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Old 13-03-10, 12:51   #85
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for anyone backin the Weford cavan game its evens your pick with 15/2 the draw . . .

yet if you go to the draw no bet market - its 8/11 cavan and evens Wexford
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Old 13-03-10, 12:51   #86
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Old 14-03-10, 20:09   #87
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Wicklow 4/5 starting to find our form and well up to beating longford on their home pitch
Dublin1/2 form team atm and i think they'll be way to strong for monaghan
Meath 4/7 seem to be playing well and although tipp are lethal at home i fancy the royals to come through
Laois 4/6 westmeath seem out of sorts and i hope laois can eep them like that
Tipperary 2/5 beat the cats last week and i'd fancy them to topple a not so full strength galway
Kilkenny 4/9 hummbled last week but i would reckon they'll come out all guns blazing against cork this weekend.Without ballyhale stars but still have enough quality to come through this one.
Portumna 5/6(-1) Current champions and look unstoppable.Had an easy semi final which should have them spot on to retain their title
50 acum with boyles prices pays 1300.
Tipp at home really love annoyin me. They beat a form meath team by two points.
The sending off in the cats match was shocking.No way did the schemozzle warrant a straight red and imo cost the cats the match in the end.Tough game though and was exciting ta watch.

On a positive note though Wicklow put me in profit for the weekend by beating longford. We wasted a few chances in the first half but were well worth our victory.Role on promotion
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Old 14-03-10, 20:17   #88
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Is there any half decent website that gives reports after games? The rte, IT and independent websites are all crap for this.
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Old 14-03-10, 20:20   #89
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Is there any half decent website that gives reports after games? The rte, IT and independent websites are all crap for this.
Normally i get it on teletext later tonight or sometimes the gaa website has some match reports.
Or else just buy the star tomorro and they always have good reports on the matches
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Gonna do a more detailed look through this weekends fixtures tomorrow, but had a quick glance just now and Limerick 11/8 to beat Wicklow (PP) is some stand out value for me. If Limerick lose this they are essentially doomed to another season in Div 4, and its a great price for a team who ran Cork so close in last seasons Munster championship. I'm expecting Wicklow to suffer some major backlash from Limericks defeat to Waterford last weekend
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Old 19-03-10, 06:06   #91
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Back Dublin to beat Kilkenny in the hurling. Parnell park is a fortress. Call me crazy but we will see on Sunday how crazy I am
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Old 19-03-10, 14:06   #92
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Gonna do a more detailed look through this weekends fixtures tomorrow, but had a quick glance just now and Limerick 11/8 to beat Wicklow (PP) is some stand out value for me. If Limerick lose this they are essentially doomed to another season in Div 4, and its a great price for a team who ran Cork so close in last seasons Munster championship. I'm expecting Wicklow to suffer some major backlash from Limericks defeat to Waterford last weekend
7 Feb 2010 London 1-04 - 0-17 Limerick Ruislip FT
13 Feb 2010 Limerick 0-11 - 0-07 Carlow Gaelic Grounds FT
20 Feb 2010 Longford 0-09 - 1-08 Limerick FT
13 Mar 2010 Limerick 1-11 - 1-12 Waterford Gaelic Grounds FT


7 Feb 2010 Clare 1-09 - 0-11 Wicklow Cusack Park FT
14 Feb 2010 Wicklow 1-13 - 0-09 Leitrim TBA FT
20 Feb 2010 London 1-05 - 4-13 Wicklow Ruislip FT
7 Mar 2010 Wicklow 0-14 - 0-07 Carlow Aughrim FT

Wicklow all the way for me, slow starters in the league but getting into form now, however Limerick have yet to show anything that would inspire me to back them.
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Old 19-03-10, 17:43   #93
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Will post more about this later but all i'll say is shame on you kev

We'll beat limerick by 3-4 sunday in aughrim. There aint to many teams that will come to our backyard an beat us and after their sorry display last week Limerick may well play like scaulded cats but efo will not beat us with the form we're in. We played longford last weekend and for the first 30 mins played like tripe. Scored a late point in the 1st half to keep us within 3.Turned the taps on in 2nd half and were 3 clear at one stage and held on to win by a point. Waterford turned limerick on their heads and i know we struggled against waterford in the league last season but the league wasnt our priorty then as it it is now i'm more than confident that we'll beat waterford in their backyard next weekend or the weekend after.
5/6 wicklow is buying money and tut tut tut kev....
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Old 20-03-10, 14:33   #94
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Old 21-03-10, 13:30   #95
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Very hard to find any value in todays hurling

I'm going with a small bet on Dublin 5/1 to beat Kilkenny. KK are still without their Ballyhale contingent, coming off the back of 2 league defeats should still probably win this. But 5/1 on Dublin at home in Parnell Park is worth a few euros anyway.

Cork should be good enough to beat Waterford, despite an unusual looking Cork full backline. Waterford continue to leak goals at an alarming rate - in both their recent games conceeding in the opening minute. Waterfords forwards look weak at the mo with players rested or injured, last time out against Limerick they relied on Eoin Kelly scoring 1-10 from midfield. Cork to win handy enough and I'm liking Cork -4 @ 9/5 and Cork to win by 4-6 points @ 9/2
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Gonna do a more detailed look through this weekends fixtures tomorrow, but had a quick glance just now and Limerick 11/8 to beat Wicklow (PP) is some stand out value for me. If Limerick lose this they are essentially doomed to another season in Div 4, and its a great price for a team who ran Cork so close in last seasons Munster championship. I'm expecting Wicklow to suffer some major backlash from Limericks defeat to Waterford last weekend
Late Wicklow fightback got them a draw. So close

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Very hard to find any value in todays hurling

I'm going with a small bet on Dublin 5/1 to beat Kilkenny. KK are still without their Ballyhale contingent, coming off the back of 2 league defeats should still probably win this. But 5/1 on Dublin at home in Parnell Park is worth a few euros anyway.
As I said just a small bet, and seems that despite KK only winning by 4 it was never in doubt, kinda like last years Leinster Final

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Cork should be good enough to beat Waterford, despite an unusual looking Cork full backline. Waterford continue to leak goals at an alarming rate - in both their recent games conceeding in the opening minute. Waterfords forwards look weak at the mo with players rested or injured, last time out against Limerick they relied on Eoin Kelly scoring 1-10 from midfield. Cork to win handy enough and I'm liking Cork -4 @ 9/5 and Cork to win by 4-6 points @ 9/2
Was at this. In the first half Cork looked like they were gonna walk it. Cussen at FF is an absolute beast and is a solid first goalscorer bet for the rest of the season. Waterford throughout the whole game lived off frees and the supreme accuracy of Eoin Kelly who score 1-17, thats 2-27 in 2 games, unreal scoring for this time of year. Waterford are going to need to sort out their forwards for the summer. That said Mullane looked deadly as ever when he came on, and it was obvious that the Brick Walsh was sorely missed at number 6
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Old 22-03-10, 00:24   #97
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We played like scutter today Kev but when the chips were down we pulled the finger out and scraped a draw.Waste a lot of pocession to but we struggled for long periods.Just a lacklustre performance from us at home. Still in contention for promotion.
Also have ta thank you re Carlows victory over wexford in the hurling.Had a sneaky treble with them monaghan and down just for an interest.Not a ba return for a fiver
I wouldnt have backed them only for wha ya said in an earlier post
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Old 22-03-10, 02:31   #98
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Back Dublin to beat Kilkenny in the hurling. Parnell park is a fortress. Call me crazy but we will see on Sunday how crazy I am
Dublin put up a massive score against Kilkenny but still lost. Hopefully we can keep division 1 status.
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Old 27-03-10, 11:36   #99
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Outstanding football bet this weekend is Clare 7/4 to beat Longford. Clare are flying high at the top of division 4, while Longford have drawn with Waterford and beaten Kilkenny. I'm also having a small tickle on Waterford at 7/4 to beat Wicklow, but thats just to piss off Whyno In general that game shouldbe avoided imo

The hurling is a bit of a minefield this weekend, and decent cases can be made for all 3 underdogs in the 3 competitive division 1 games. 2 handicaps stand out for me Waterford +5 @ 8/11 and in division 2 Carlow +6 @ 10/11, beating Tipp might be too much for Waterford, but they are dogged and stick to a task, and I can see them getting within 5 points easily enough. Carlow are at home to Clare and after beating Wexford last weekend will be full of confidence, Clare played away in Antrim last weekend and won by a point only, Carlow have former Waterford trainer Gerry Fitzpatrick who has the team extremely fit by all accounts. I wouldnt rule out a Carlow win here (although unlikely) but +6 @ 10/11 is an absolute steal
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Old 27-03-10, 13:53   #100
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should kilkenny win easy with two ballyhale players back? (although sheff getn a few weeks rest)
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