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Championship prediction mini-league: the final result

With the year’s championship action at last over, it’s also time to reveal the winner of this year’s championship prediction mini-league, powered once again by This one, I’m proud to say, is staying in-house. The young lad, trading under his Big Dog moniker, has been to the fore in the prediction stakes all summer and he had the mini-league […]

Championship prediction mini-league – second last update

It’s been a month since I did the last update in the prediction mini-league and so it’s as well to get this bulletin squared off and done before the madness of the build-up to the final takes hold in earnest. With only the big one left to play, this means there’s only one match left to predict in this year’s competition. […]

Championship prediction mini-league – seventh update

Just five games left to play – imagine! – in this year’s championship, the five ones where everything will be decided. Including, by the way, the All-Stars: I had to laugh on Sunday when Eamon O’Hara claimed on RTÉ Radio prior to throw-in between Tipp and Galway that Danny Cummins was a shoo-in for an award this year. ‘Was’ being […]

Championship prediction mini-league – second update

Okay, we’re in proper countdown mode ahead of Saturday’s Connacht semi-final meeting with Galway at MacHale Park (throw-in 7pm) so it’s as well to start clearing the decks to get ready for this one. Time, then, for a quick update (the second in the series) on how things are shaping up in this year’s championship prediction mini-league. The leaderboard after Week 5, […]