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Championship prediction mini-league – third update

The first batch of matches in the qualifiers invariably leads to a Becher’s Brook situation in the prediction mini-league. This year was no different and so the updated leaderboard shows how the world has been reordered following last weekend’s matches. Out in front now are Club 51 (is the use of the plural term appropriate in this context?), with erstwhile […]

Championship prediction mini-league 2017: the official launch

It’s championship launch season so, in that spirit, it’s time to crack the bottle of bubbly across the bow of this year’s championship prediction mini-league and let it slide of the slipway and into the sea. The cup for this tournament wintered in our gaff, where the young lad polished his silverware on a regular basis during those long, dark […]

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 […]