All-Ireland Prediction Competition 2011

WANT to win a county jersey of your choice and have an interest in the All-Ireland even after your beloved county has been knocked out?

Well, Ranelagh Gaels GAA Club has just the Senior Football Championship Prediction Competition for you!

All you have to do is make nine simple predictions and then sit back and see how you fare.

Get your friends involved too and prove once and for all who knows more about football – and entry is completely free.

The closing date for the competition is May 14th at 23:59 and the overall winner will get a county jersey of their own choice. The winner will be announced on Monday, October 3 – the day after the date for the All-Ireland replay should it take place.

Last year Declan Delaney, a self-confessed Kildare hurling addict, put all of the football experts to shame by taking the top prize and he has been seen sporting his Lilywhite jersey around Smyth’s proudly ever since.

So, how does the competition work? Well, look at the table below to see how many points are awarded for each correct prediction. The person with the highest total after the All-Ireland winner is decided will be the winner.

POINTS TABLE

Question Points
1. Connacht SFC Winner 2
2. Leinster SFC Winner 2
3. Munster SFC Winner 2
4. Ulster SFC Winner 2
5. All-Ireland SFC semi-finalists Pick 4 Teams 3 Each
6. All-Ireland SFC Finalists Pick 2 Teams 5 Each
7. All-Ireland SFC Winner 10
8. Top Scorer SFC, (full name & county) 10
9. All-Ireland SFC Final Man of the Match, (full name & county; official RTE Sunday Game selection, in case of draw the selection in the replayed game only will count) 15

So what are you waiting for? Get involved today, simply copy and paste the below into the comment field along with your name and email address and get predicting.

1. Connacht SFC Winner:
2. Leinster SFC Winner:
3. Munster SFC Winner:
4. Ulster SFC Winner:
5. All-Ireland SFC Semi-Finalists:
6. All-Ireland SFC Finalists:
7. All-Ireland SFC Winner:
8. Top Scorer SFC:
9. All-Ireland SFC Final Man of the Match:

Don’t forget to add a little summary of how you see this years championship panning out.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

*In the case of a tie, names will go into a draw with one winner
*The decision of the organising committee is final
*No correspondence will be entered into

24 Comment(s)

  1. 1. Connacht SFC Winner: Galway
    2. Leinster SFC Winner: Dublin
    3. Munster SFC Winner: Kerry
    4. Ulster SFC Winner: Donegal
    5. All-Ireland SFC Semi-Finalists: Dublin ,Kerry,Cork,Donegal
    6. All-Ireland SFC Finalists: Dublin,Cork
    7. All-Ireland SFC Winner: Cork
    8. Top Scorer SFC: Bernard Brogan
    9. All-Ireland SFC Final Man of the Match: Bernard Brogan

    Sabrina Curley | May 14, 2011 @ 22:36 | Reply

  2. 1. Connacht SFC Winner:Galway
    2. Leinster SFC Winner:Kildare
    3. Munster SFC Winner:Cork
    4. Ulster SFC Winner:Down
    5. All-Ireland SFC Semi-Finalists:Dublin,Cork,Tyrone,Kildare
    6. All-Ireland SFC Finalists:Cork,Tyrone
    7. All-Ireland SFC Winner:Tyrone
    8. Top Scorer SFC:Bernard Brogan
    9. All-Ireland SFC Final Man of the Match:Sean Cavanagh

    Denis Doolan | May 14, 2011 @ 23:08 | Reply

  3. 1. Connacht SFC Winner: Galway
    2. Leinster SFC Winner: Kildare
    3. Munster SFC Winner: Cork
    4. Ulster SFC Winner: Donegal
    5. All-Ireland SFC Semi-Finalists: Dublin ,Kerry,Cork,Kildare
    6. All-Ireland SFC Finalists: Kildare,Cork
    7. All-Ireland SFC Winner: Cork
    8. Top Scorer SFC: j. Doyle – ke
    9. All-Ireland SFC Final Man of the Match:d. Goulding, Cork

    I feel ANOTHER winner here. Boom.

    Declan delaney (the esteemed winner of last years comp....... Ahem) | May 14, 2011 @ 23:20 | Reply

  4. Any entries after this comment won’t be accepted. Thanks to everyone who entered. Bring on the summer.

    Site Admin | May 15, 2011 @ 00:00 | Reply

  5. 1. Connacht SFC Winner: London
    2. Leinster SFC Winner: Wicklow
    3. Munster SFC Winner:Waterford
    4. Ulster SFC Winner: Cavan
    5. All-Ireland SFC Semi-Finalists: New York, Westmeath, Fermanagh, Clare
    6. All-Ireland SFC Finalists: Clare V Fermanagh
    7. All-Ireland SFC Winner: Clare
    8. Top Scorer SFC:Graham Kelly
    9. All-Ireland SFC Final Man of the Match: Gordon Kelly

    Not J.Galvin | May 18, 2011 @ 16:31 | Reply

  6. @Not J.Galvin

    I’m not sure if New York play in the back door for the All-Ireland do they? Surely they’d have to win Connacht to get to the Semi’s or maybe it’s a tactical thing your doing. If so, the GAA doesn’t encourage this sort of behavior.

    @Daithi O Gradaidh
    1. Connacht SFC Winner: Donegal

    Please explain.

    Not Christy Cooney | May 19, 2011 @ 09:44 | Reply

  7. Galway for Connacht Sabrina, are you serious. No confidence in Roscommon to retain their title.

    Darren O'Malley | May 19, 2011 @ 11:37 | Reply

  8. Just noticed Alan has Roscommon. Now yer really having a laugh.

    Darren O'Malley | May 19, 2011 @ 11:39 | Reply

  9. @Darren O’Malley

    YOUR BARED!

    Admin | May 19, 2011 @ 15:31 | Reply

  10. Lucky me.

    Darren O'Malley | May 20, 2011 @ 13:13 | Reply

  11. 1. Connacht SFC Winner: Galway
    2. Leinster SFC Winner: Kildare
    3. Munster SFC Winner: Cork
    4. Ulster SFC Winner: Tyrone
    5. All-Ireland SFC Semi-Finalists: Cork, Down, Tyrone, Dublin
    6. All-Ireland SFC Finalists: Tyrone v Dublin
    7. All-Ireland SFC Winner:Tyrone
    8. Top Scorer SFC: Bernard Brogan
    9. All-Ireland SFC Final Man of the Match:Brian Dooher

    Matt McCullagh | May 27, 2011 @ 09:55 | Reply

  12. @Matt McCullagh

    Thanks for taking an interst in our predictions competition, but as stated above the closing date was May 17 so unfortunately we cannot accept your entry.

    PRO | May 27, 2011 @ 16:39 | Reply

  13. “Mayo…In An All-Ireland Semi-Final….
    Ur a mad man Darren Patrick Martain O’Malley…Remember I’m injured

    Mort | May 7, 2011 @ 13:34 | Reply”

    What was that?

    Darren O'Malley | Aug 2, 2011 @ 20:10 | Reply

  14. @Darren O’Malley

    YOUR BARED!

    Admin | May 19, 2011 @ 15:31 | Reply

    @Darren O'Malley | Aug 3, 2011 @ 10:38 | Reply

  15. Lads, any winner of the All Ireland Competition? , Or is it the case that we are all winners after the Dubs victory! Mine’s a medium!

    Tony | Nov 25, 2011 @ 12:52 | Reply

  16. Kildare Tony,

    We do indeed have a winner – the presentation of jersey is being made next week. Unfortunately you weren’t Number 1, but thanks for entering and better luck in 2012.

    Up de Dubs!

    PRO | Nov 25, 2011 @ 13:45 | Reply

  17. Congrats conor!!!! Hope to see you wearing that jersey in croker next summer!!!

    kerry animal | Dec 5, 2011 @ 20:21 | Reply

  18. I will once I get it!!

    Conor | Dec 8, 2011 @ 11:57 | Reply

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