Loughgall (@1.57) vs H & W Welders (@4.1)

Our Prediction:

Loughgall will win

Loughgall – H & W Welders Match Prediction | 05-10-2019 10:00

3 matches between them have ended in a draw.Loughgall is in poor home form while H&W Welders are performing poor at away.Previous matches between Loughgall and H&W Welders have averaged 3 goals while BTTS has happened 50% of the time. So far this season in the NIFL Championship, Loughgall have averaged 1.2 Points Per Game at home matches and H&W Welders 0.2 Points Per Game at away matches. On 5th October 2019, Loughgall and H&W Welders go head to head in the NIFL Championship. These 2 teams have met 14 times in the last several seasons based on the data that we have of them.Out of 14 previous meetings, Loughgall have won 4 matches while H&W Welders won 7. The last meeting ended with the following result : Loughgall 1 - 2 H&W Welders.

Major George Shaw, a 57-year-old father of two, worked full-time for the MOD and was a part-time soldier. Early in the morning as he prepared to drive to work, two masked PIRA gunmen who had been hiding behind trees walked over and shot him three times in the head, mortally wounding him. 26 January 1987: Senior UDR officer was killed outside his home on Coalisland Road, Dungannon. Almost immediately another part-time soldier chanced upon the scene and opened fire on the fleeing gunmen who managed to escape by forcing a passing car to stop and raced off. Major Shaw died at the scene.

On 1 January 1991, a British Army outpost was fired on by an IRA unit at Aughnacloy.[33] In May, an IRA unit firing a light machine gun disrupted a UDR mobile checkpoint at Lurgylea road, north of Cappagh. No casualties were reported.[34] On 3 June, three IRA men, Lawrence McNally, Michael "Pete" Ryan, and Tony Doris, died in another SAS ambush at Coagh, where their car was riddled with gunfire.

It thinks it can defeat them. Thousands of people attended their funerals, the biggest republican funerals in Northern Ireland since those of the IRA hunger strikers of 1981.[30]Gerry Adams, in his graveside oration, gave a speech stating the British Government understood that it could buy off the government of the Republic of Ireland, which he described as the "shoneen clan" (that is, Anglophile), but added "it does not understand the Jim Lynaghs, the Pdraig McKearneys or the Samus McElwaines. The IRA members killed in the ambush became known as the "Loughgall Martyrs" among IRA supporters.[29] The men's relatives considered their deaths to be part of a deliberate shoot-to-kill policy by the security forces.

Loughgall - H&W Welders

Below you will find a lot of statistics that make it easier Predict the result for a match between both teams. 9 matches ended in a draw. In 5 (100.00%) matches played away was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. On average in direct matches both teams scored a 3.14 goals per Match.Larne in actual season average scored 2.13 goals per match. Loughgall won 10 matches. In 5 (100.00%) matches played away team was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. Below the text is a list of the direct games. In 2 (66.67%) matches played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. In 2 (66.67%) matches in season 2019 played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. Teams Larne Loughgall played so far 28 matches.Larne won 9 direct matches. Loughgall average scored 2.20 goals per match in season 2019.

Although Director of Public Prosecutions Eamonn Barnes was pressured by the Irish Government to drop the charges,[14] the eight SAS men stood trial in March 1977. One of the soldiers, a Lance Corporal, broke into a shed, where he was confronted by two IRA members. They were each found guilty and fined 100 for possession of arms and ammunition without firearms licensing.[15] The weapons were returned to the British Government after forensic analysis by the Garda established that they had not used in any crime under investigation by it in the Republic of Ireland.[12] A British military source later explained that the use of a 1:63,000 scale map instead of a 1:20,000 map had led the SAS men to be south of the border without knowing it.[15] In 1976, there were another 54 incursions by British forces inside the Republic's boundaries.[7] On 28 October 1986 there was another cross-border incident in which a British soldier was arrested by the Garda after an IRA mortar attack on Drummuckavall British Army watchtower in County Armagh. A red Ford Escort was pursued while escaping across the border towards Thomas Murphy's farm by soldiers of the Scots Guards. The soldier had inadvertently crossed the border and after a brief brawl with the two men, a Garda patrol arrived at the scene and arrested the soldier.

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The British Army shot dead all of the IRA attackers, a passing innocent civilian being also killed in the exchange of fire. On 8 May 1987, eight members of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) launched an attack on the village's Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) station but were intercepted by a Special Air Service (SAS) unit of twenty-four. The incident is known as the Loughgall ambush.

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The NI Horticulture and Plant Breeding Station is set in the Loughgall Manor Estate, surrounded by mature woodlands and overlooking the Lough Gall. In 1947 the estate was purchased from Major-General G.W.R. The estate was established in the late 17th century by Sir Anthony Cope of Hanwell, Oxfordshire and became the Cope family home for 350 years. Templer (later Field Marshal Sir Gerald Templer), a descendant of the original owner, by the (then) Ministry of Agriculture.

These 2 teams have met 14 times in the last several seasons based on the data that we have of them.Out of 14 previous meetings, H&W Welders have won 7 matches while Loughgall won 4. On 9th November 2019, H&W Welders and Loughgall go head to head in the NIFL Championship. The last meeting ended with the following result : H&W Welders 2 - 0 Loughgall. So far this season in the NIFL Championship, H&W Welders have averaged 1.6 Points Per Game at home matches and Loughgall 3 Points Per Game at away matches. 3 matches between them have ended in a draw.H&W Welders is in average home form while Loughgall are performing excellent at away.Previous matches between H&W Welders and Loughgall have averaged 3 goals while BTTS has happened 50% of the time.

Two RUC officers were shot dead and the base was raked with gunfire before being destroyed by a bomb.[8] The second was an attack on the part-time base at The Birches, County Armagh, in August 1986. In 1985 and 1986, the East Tyrone Brigade carried out two attacks on RUC bases in their operational area, described by author Mark Urban as "spectaculars".[5] The first was an assault on Ballygawley base in December 1985. The bomb detonated, destroying much of the base and damaging nearby buildings. In July 1983, the East Tyrone Brigade carried out a landmine attack on an Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR) mobile patrol near Ballygawley, killing three UDR soldiers (a fourth UDR soldier died later). The base was raked with gunfire and a JCB digger with a 200lb (91kg) bomb in its bucket was driven through the perimeter fence.

The Volunteers killed at Loughgall were Declan Arthurs (21), Tony Gormley (24), Eugene Kelly (25), Pdraig McKearney (32), Jim Lynagh (31), Gerard O'Callaghan (28), Seamus Donnelly (19) and unit commander Patrick Joseph Kelly (30). This was the IRA's greatest loss of life in a single incident since the days of the Anglo-Irish War (19191922). On 8 May 1987, at least eight members of the brigade launched another attack on the unmanned Loughgall RUC base. However, as their attack was underway, the IRA unit was ambushed by a Special Air Service (SAS) unit. The SAS shot dead eight IRA members and a civilian who had accidentally driven into the ambush. Six IRA members from a supporting unit managed to escape. The IRA unit used the same tactics as it had done in The Birches attack.[10][11] It destroyed a substantial part of the base with a 200lb bomb and raked the building with gunfire.

Another street fracas five days later, on 17 May, between a King's Own Scottish Borderers platoon and a group of nationalist youths in Coalisland resulted in the theft of an army machine gun and a new confrontation with the paratroopers.[45][46][47] Six paratroopers were charged with criminal damage in the aftermath, but were acquitted in 1993. The 12 May riots ended with the paratroopers' assault on three bars, where they injured seven civilians. Another IRA bomb attack on 12 May 1992, against British troops, near Cappagh, in which a paratrooper lost both legs, triggered a series of clashes on that date between soldiers and local residents in the staunchly republican town of Coalisland, on 12 and 17 May 1992.