Overview of this weekends Club Championship Games

September 7th, 2018 | Football

Overview of this weekends Club Championship Games

Cormac Leonard Commercials Senior Football Championship

Senior Football Group A Round 3 – Saturday 8th Sep 2018 4.15pm
Ballymacnab v Dromintee
Sarsfields v Whitecross
The winner between Ballymacnab and Dromintee will top the group and qualify to the Quarter Final stages with the losing team finishing as Runner Up and playing the 3rd placed team in Group B in the Play Off Round. A draw would see Ballymacnab finishing top on score difference.
The winner between Sarsfields and Whitecross will finish 3rd and go to the Play Off Round where they will meet 2nd Placed team in Group B.

Senior Football Group B Round 3 – Saturday 8th Sep 2018 6.00pm
Silverbridge v Madden
Crossmaglen v Clann Eireann
Crossmaglen have already qualified from the group and a win this weekend will guarantee top spot with Clann Eireann’s progress then dependent upon the result in the other game. A win for Clann Eireann on the otherhand would secure their place in at least the Play Off Round and potentially even top the group.
Madden still have an outside chance of qualifying for the Play Off Round as a win against Silverbridge could mean them qualifying via head to head or score difference depending on results.

Senior Football Group C Round 3 – Sunday 9th Sep 2018 6.00pm
Maghery v Armagh Harps
Killeavy v Annaghmore
It’s winner takes all in Maghery with the winners qualifying for the Quarter Finals and avoiding a potentially tricky Play Off game likely against either Pearse Ogs or Granemore.
The winners of Annaghmore and Killeavy will finish third and qualify for the Play Off Round.

Senior Football Group D Round 3 – Sunday 9th Sep 2018 4.00pm
Pearse Og v Tir na nÓg
St Patrick’s v Granemore
Cullyhanna can secure top place in the group with a win against Granemore. Granemore are still likely to progress to the Play Off Round with either a win or defeat.
Pearse Ogs will more than likely finish as group runners up with victory over Tir na nOg.
Qualification from Group Stages
The winners of each group will automatically qualify for the Quarter Finals. In the event of teams finishing on equal points in a group, the tie shall be decided by the following means and in the order specified:
(1) Where two teams only involved – the outcome of the meeting of the two teams in the group.
(2) Score difference – subtracting the total scores against from the total scores for.
(3) Highest total for
(4) Highest total goals for
(5) A Play 0ff

Play-Off Round
14th-16th September (Neutral Venues)
Group A Runners Up v Group B 3rd Place
Group B Runners Up v Group A 3rd Place
Group C Runners Up v Group D 3rd Place
Group D Runners Up v Group C 3rd Place
Quarter Finals
21st-24th September (Neutral Venues)
Winner of Group A v Play-Off Winner
Winner of Group B v Play-Off Winner
Winner of Group C v Play-Off Winner
Winner of Group D v Play-Off Winner
Avoid Repeat Pairings where possible

Cormac Leonard Commercials Intermediate Football Championship

Intermediate Football Group A Round 3 – Saturday 8th Sep 2018 4.15pm
Crossmaglen II V Ballyhegan
Clan na Gael v Grange
Clan na Gael have already secured first place in the group with the other three teams battling it out for the two Play Off places.

Intermediate Football Group B Round 3 – Sunday 9th Sep 2018 2.30pm
St Paul’s Lurgan v Wolfe Tones
Shane O’Neills v Forkhill
Shane O’Neills can secure their place in the Quarter Finals with a result against Forkhill, although wins for Forkhill and St Pauls would mean score difference would come into play as three teams would be level on 4 points.
Wolfe Tones can still qualify to the Play Off Round with a win v St Pauls although they may still have to rely on a result in the other game with head to head or score difference potentially deciding places.

Intermediate Football Group C Round 3 – Sunday 9th Sep 2018
Culloville v Carrickcruppen 1.30pm
Middletown v Eire Óg GAC 5.00pm
Middletown will win the group with victory over Eire Og. However a win for Eire Og coupled with a Culloville win will bring score difference into play for the top three positions.

Intermediate Football Group D Round 3 Sunday 9th Sep 2018 5.30pm
St Peter’s v Mullaghbawn
Tullysaran v Clonmore
Clonmore have already secured their place in the Quarter Finals. St Peter’s and Mullaghbawn are battling it out to see which team finishing as group runners up with the losers finishing third and also making the Play Off Round.

Qualification from Group Stages
The winners of each group will automatically qualify for the Quarter Finals. In the event of teams finishing on equal points in a group, the tie shall be decided by the following means and in the order specified:
(1) Where two teams only involved – the outcome of the meeting of the two teams in the group.
(2) Score difference – subtracting the total scores against from the total scores for.
(3) Highest total for
(4) Highest total goals for
(5) A Play 0ff

Play-Off Round
14th-16th September (Neutral Venues)
Group A Runners Up v Group B 3rd Place
Group B Runners Up v Group A 3rd Place
Group C Runners Up v Group D 3rd Place
Group D Runners Up v Group C 3rd Place
Quarter Finals
21st-24th September (Neutral Venues)
Winner of Group A v Play-Off Winner
Winner of Group B v Play-Off Winner
Winner of Group C v Play-Off Winner
Winner of Group D v Play-Off Winner
Avoid Repeat Pairings where possible

Cormac Leonard Commercials Junior Football Quarter Finals

It’s already down to the Quarter Final stages in the Junior Football Championship with two double headers this weekend taking place. All teams will feel they have a serious chance of qualifying for the semi finals.

Saturday 8th Sep 2018 – Athletic Grounds
Collegeland v Keady Michael Dwyers 5.15pm
An Port Mor v Killeavy IIs 7.00pm

Sunday 9th Sep 2018 – Crossmaglen
O’Hanlons v Dorsey Emmets – 4.15pm
Belleek v Derrynoose – 6.00pm

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