No change at the top

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After the Show Jumping at the RDS the three top positions have remained unchanged in Boyle GAA’s Know Your Sport Compeition. However, by correctly predicting that Ireland would emerge victorious in the Aga Khan Nations Cup, Eamon Davey, Justin McCormack and the O’Connors have put themselves well into contention for the prize money as the competition enters the business end.
Next up is the World Athletics Championships at the end of August.

Henri holds on to top spot

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A much delayed finish to the British Open made no change to the top spot as Henri Clifford retains a 4 point lead from his nearest challenger Trevor Conroy. After  predicting provincial wins for Monaghan and Mayo along with correctly predicting the outcome of the Open, Peter Keane, David McKenna and Ray Hannon have climbed up the table and are well placed to challenge for the prizes.
This brings a hectic July to a close and there’s now just seven events left in Boyle GAAs Know Your Sport competition. In August the focus is turns to Show Jumping and World Championship Athletics.
See where you rank here:

Henri Hits the Front

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After the mid summer break it was a bumper weekend of action in the Boyle GAA Know Your Sport Competition and a new leader has emerged.
With the Wimbledon Finals and provincial deciders in both Munster and Leinster taking place there were 20 points on offer and Henri Clifford got maximum points for the weekend to surge up the table and take first place.
Just 10 points separate the top ten teams and with 10 more predictions yet to be decided, the race for the €500 top prize is far from over yet.
See the latest standings here:

Steve extends his lead

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With the Champions League final decided, Steve Tonry has moved further ahead in Boyle GAA’s Know Your Sport prediction competition. Steve now holds an eight point lead over a trio in joint second that includes Boyle’s Gerry Nerney and Henri Clifford and St Croans’ Shane Smyth.
With 11 events now completed, the competition is nearing the half way mark. There’s 7 events to be decided  in July so there’s still loads of time for movement up and down the table.
We’ll be back again in early July as the GAA Provinicial Finals take centre stage.
Latest table available here:

Steve Surges To The Top

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In a disappointing competition for Irish Golfers, Darren Clarke’s joint 28th place finish saw him as the top Irish performer. This meant there were 10 points on offer and 21 contestants have made a surge up the table, Steve Tonry now occupies top spot on 47 points and is now 5 points clear of last weeks leaders.
The Champion’s League Final is up next weekend as Know Your Sport nears the half way point

All change at the top

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The conclusion of the Premier League this weekend saw 18 points on offer and there’s been major changes at the top of the table. Top spot is now shared by Boyle’s Trevor Conroy and Ballinameen’s Joe Gilligan, but there’s a whole host of people still in contention as the competition heats up.
Next up in late May and early June is the Irish Open Golf and the Champions League Final.
See how you are faring here:

Tony takes over at the top

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The conclusion of the World Snooker championship, Tyrone’s win in the All Ireland Under 21 Football and Toulon retaining rugby’s European Cup has seen big changes at the top of the leader board in our Know Your Sport Competition.
While over 60 entries were joint first after Table 1, the lead is now shared by just two people, John Comiskey and Tony Conboy. A further 13 contestants share joint third place as gaps are beginning to emerge on the leaderboard.
The next table will issue later in May on the conclusion of the Premier League.
See where you stand on the leaderboard:

April Update

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Its still very early days in our Know Your Sport competition. After the Grand National and the US Masters 68 entries currently share top spot with a maximum 17 points. For those of you yet to get off the mark, there’s loads of points to play for throughout May. Next weekend sees the the All Ireland Under 21 Football Final and the World Snooker Championship reaches a conclusion.

Full table is available in PDF format here:

TABLE #1 22 April