Paul Deegan holds a strong hand here with Song Of Time and Moonreach. The former makes her belated return to the track after her demolition job in a Naas maiden last June and could be anything but Moonreach may be the safer option as he's been racing in very good class events on turf this year. He could be better over an extra furlong, however, so the vote goes to CALM BAY, who amazingly is still a maiden on turf despite some cracking efforts but has scored twice over this C&D.
Mcmonagle (IRE) 12-1 (9-2) Prominent in centre, disputed halfway, headed 2f out, no extra from 1f out, 7th of 19, 6l behind Lake George (8-11) at Curragh 7f hcp 50-85 gd.
Red Army Blues (IRE) 8-1 (8-8) Towards rear, kept on under pressure from over 1f out without threatening, 7th of 14, 6l behind Noble Four (9-0) at Cork 6f 3yo hcp 50-80 gf in Jul.
Calm Bay (IRE) 33-1 (9-7) Awkward leaving stalls, chased leaders, 4th halfway, no extra from over 1f out, weakened, last of 6, 8l behind Invincible Ash (9-4) at Curragh 5f Grp 3 (1) gd in Jun.
Jembatt (IRE) 11-1 (9-13) Chased leaders, 3rd halfway, ridden 2f out, no extra entering straight, weakened, 11th of 13, 17l behind Iron Major (9-9) at Sligo 6f hcp 60-90 gd.
Moonreach (IRE) 14-1 (9-11) Mid-division, 7th halfway, ridden in 6th 2f out, 4th and no extra 1f out, kept on same pace, 6th of 15, 4 1/2l behind Simla Sunset (9-3) at Curragh 7f hcp 60-95 in Jul.
Tsar Paul (IRE) 11-1 (8-10) Towards rear on far side, kept on inside final furlong without threatening, 10th of 13, 6l behind Roicead (9-5) at Tipperary 5f hcp 60-100 gf.
Song Of Time (IRE) 15-8fav (8-6) Tracked leader in 2nd, led over 2f out, soon quickened clear, easily, won at Naas 6f 2yo mdn aut gf in Jun '10 beating Bob Younger (8-11) by 9l, 8 ran.