AFTER Milltown and Rheban were confirmed as the qualifiers for the Junior Football Championship semi-finals from Group A last week, Group B will be settled this Thursday evening.
Robertstown have racked up dominating wins so far against Ballykelly and Castlemitchell and anything other than a repeat of that against Cappagh to complete a 100% record in the groups would be a big surprise.
That would then leave Ballykelly as favourites to join them in the last four, and a win or draw against Castlemitchell would guarantee that but a Castlemitchell win would most likely open the door for Cappagh to squeeze into the semi-finals. Making the semi-finals would be a big achievement for Ballykelly in particular as they haven’t been back to a semi-final since their relegation from Intermediate in 2011
Round 1: Robertstown 2-13 Ballykelly 0-10 , Cappagh 3-12 Castlemitchell 0-7
Round 2: Robertstown 4-12 Castlemitchell 3-9, Ballykelly 5-7 Cappagh 1-13
Round 3: Thursday 6 September – Robertstown v Cappagh, Hawkfield, 7.30pm; Ballykelly v Castlemitchell, Athy GAA, 7.30pm