Ballinacourty (@1.36) vs Kilrossanty (@3.75)

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Ballinacourty will win

Ballinacourty – Kilrossanty Match Prediction | 13-09-2019 15:30

He set the tone for his teams intentions within 30 seconds of the affair when he pointed off inter-county full-back Thomas OGorman and he continued to dictate that affair. OHalloran was a constant thorn in the side of Nires defence in Round One as his turn of pace, strength on the ball and wielding left leg proved a major weapon throughout the night.

There are so many talented footballers in the county not playing football for the county team. Jamie Barron played very well, in particular in the first half. If only the age of the dual star wasnt gone. He then made a great turnover on Jamie Barron moments later and was a constant source for the ball when Clashmore/Kinsalebeg were playing keep ball to wind down the four minutes of added time. He made a great field in the goalmouth when a long range Brian Wall free dropped into the danger zone on 58 minutes. Brian OHalloran had a stormer tonight. Tadhg de Brca also played well and he especially stood out in the final five minutes when the result was on the line. 6.

However, they just didnt have the ferocity or urgency to really drive forward on the ball and inflict. De La Salle tried to box clever with men behind the ball and did their best to keep and build on possession. Their was good performances from Colm Morris and David Kennedy though. They hit a purple patch before the break to go six clear but didnt turn up for the second half.

Midfield was once again a warzone while the attack failed to fire comprehensively. Conor Gleeson saved the day with seven points as the team squandered 15 scoring opportunities in total. Only that Ardmore, who dominated for large parts of the game and hammered into Nire, missed some awful chances themselves then Nire could have been put away. They over-carried the ball many times as they ran into cul de sacs or strong tackles from Ardmores backline.

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The first arrived on four minutes and came as the result of quick, direct play. Alan Quinn was named in the corner but was operating out around the middle. Mark Prendergast took a free to James Whyte who offloaded to Niall Walsh. The midfielder then delivered a first time ball in on top of Kilrossantys two-man inside line.

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Gaultier and St Saviours, both whom pushed Stradbally and An Rinn all the way in Round One, played out an intense draw, 0-10 to 1-7 while Brickey Rangers led for large parts against Stradbally and refused to be buried once that lead was overthrown, eventually going down by two points, 0-12 to 0-10, after giving it their all. Both Gaultier and St Saviours will fancy their chances of taking points off Kilrossanty while Brickey Rangers games against both Eastern teams now take on huge importance after that huge display against The Reds. With Stradbally, Kilrossanty and An Rinn (in no particular order) fancied to take the first three available qualifying spots the fourth and final qualification position is very much still up for grabs.

The frightening statistic from a Nire point of view is that they didnt score from play from the 19th minute of the first half until the 57th minute, 38 minutes, bar Conor Gleesons point on the restart after just nineteen seconds. In a low scoring second moiety, which Nire won by 0-5 to 0-3, the champions couldnt get a foothold on proceedings and it was the winners who recorded the next three scores via Tadhg De Burca (32), Brian O Halloran(34) and Paul O Connor (f), (43), 2-8 to 0-10.

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Aiden Trihy and Sen Bourke showed great appetite for the challenge in the closing stages. Long kick-passing dominated the game for 45 minutes with both sides playing orthodox and attacking quickly. Even in the final 15 minutes (Clashmore/Kinsalebeg hit their last score on 44 minutes to go 2-8 to 0-10 points up) the quality of the game didnt drop as Clashmore/Kinsalebeg circled the wagons. They rushed out of their packed back-line to meet them head on and broke out of defence on the counter-attack at pace. 7. With football getting so much bad press nationally, it was great to see the game being played at such a high speed and directness. Very few times possession was given away from this option as the passing was pinpoint from both teams. Although their half-forward line and midfield retreated into defence they didnt wait for Nire to walk in on them. Max stake of 10. Additional winnings are credited in cash to the players account immediately after bet settlement. 18+. Customer must apply 'Profit Boost Ticket ' to a single or accumulator. 'Profit Boost Token' granted hereunder is equivalent to 200% on top of a winning bets profit. Min deposit 10. 'Profit boost ticket' valid for 7 days. New customers only. Maximum extra winnings are capped at /$/5000.