Cahir Park (@3.5) vs Clonmel Town (@1.7)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Clonmel Town will win

Cahir Park – Clonmel Town Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 10:00

True to form though the visitors kept on going and on 65 mins were again within sight, a mazy run by McGrath putting one between the sides yet again. The Park fans present feared the worst with another couple of attempts from Borris coming close before new man Shane Tobin beat his opponent on the right wing, threaded a pinpoint pass to Wootton whose goal-bound effort was smothered by the agility of the opposinggoalie.

However an extremely hardworking Killenaule did make attempts on Aaron Wall's goal at various points in the proceedings and it took some time for the home team to find their rhythm. It is now eight games since a mean Park defence had a goal scored against them at home and in truth after a big win against the same opposition just two months, Sunday's game was unlikely to change that statistic.

When they did find their rhythm again a three-man move ripped the Redmondstown defence apart with Ryan finding Ward wide on the right, he crossing for Fitzpatrick on the opposite wing and a shot which deserved more ending up being saved at the near post. The home side had the better of the early exchanges in the second half and it took some convincing from manager Kenny Burke to keep the Park focussed.

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A penetrating run from sub Shane Tobin almost had Fitzpatrick in again while the minutes ticked down. A sizeable Cahir following hoped for a quick whistle from Walsh. This was not to be and inside added time the challenge of the game from Gavin Berry cleared the ball two yards from the line after Frasier had broke through a solid Cahir defence to produce a shot of substance. It proved to be in vain for the home side, Cahir deservedly winning by the odd goal in three and ready to welcome Two Mile Borris B for a home fixture next weekend.

Anthony Ward punished Celtic in the worst way possible with a superb finish to the top right, allowing the Park a deserved lead on the basis of play. With co-manager Paul Conway replaced by James McGrath for the second period, Cahir took the opportunity to use the wings more and from such play earned a free on the edge of the area on 62 mins.

Immediately after, the hosts were ahead wheen a classy performance by Benny Ryan was topped off by a shot which squirmed just inside the keeper's right post. An acrobatic attempt from Burke on 20 mins almost broke the deadlock whilst a quality save was all that was between Cahir and the lead as Wootton found himself one-on-one with 18 mins to the break.

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The tempo was ratcheted up a notch on the re-introduction, both sides going all out for the elusive first goal. On the hour cahirparkafc.com man of the match Fitzgerald was again in the thick of it to shoot over the bar, after an O'Donnell free was well-placed. A queter-than-usual Paddy O'Donnell adding to efforts by Eamonn Wootton and Dylan Fitzgerald.

With a fine team performance on show, cahirparkafc.com Man of the Match Wootton was always sharp up front whilst Shane Tobin and Shane Ryan provided good support adding to assured performances from Tom Maher and Gary Burke at the back. A word also for Paul Conway, many years of service given to the Park, who had to leave prematurely, injured in what was at times a game personifying the local rivalry.

Indeed one of these was the source of the first of O'Donnell's three for the afternoon, all carbon copies of the other with him rounding the keeper to finish coolly, the first on 38 mins. The midfield, excellently marshalled by James McGrath and Norman O'Brien, came more into the game at this point and began to force ever more errors from the Killenaule rearguard with pinpoint crosses sprayed to both flanks for Darcy and Dylan Fitzgerald to carry forward to feed Wootton and Paddy O'Donnell up front.