Ballinacourty (@1.36) vs Kilrossanty (@3.75)
13-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Ballinacourty will win

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

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.

But there is still four full months to go before they will both be needing to peak come the knock-out stages in September. While Ballinacourty rampage off the chain, Nire and Stradbally have yet to explode. Both grinded out wins against what would be deemed, given their mass successes over the past 15 or so years, lesser opponents in Round Two but the 2014 and 2012 champions clearly have a lot of ironing to do.

The centre-forward delivered an inviting ball in toward An Rinns goalmouth and Whyte was at the back post to knock the ball down into the back of the net for a 2-1 to 0-2 lead. David Power and Stephen Prendergast knocked the ball around waiting for options to develop before offloading back to Eoin Cummins. Kilrossanty were boxed in by the sideline near the An Rinn endline. The second goal arrived on 14 minutes.

Following a Shane Ryan goal scoring opportunity, an unsighted Declan Hickey made a good 57th minute save from Darren Guiry before Conor Gleesons third point added further to the final moments of tension. A left legged pointed free by Brian Wall in the 59th minute, who along with Thomas O Gorman were now in the front line, reduced the deficit to the minimum. It was back to the wall stuff for the winners and they coped better than a lot of other teams would to confine the Champions to a further 0-2,(1f).

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Patrons in Fraher Field were treated to a fantastic SFC opener tonight as Clashmore/Kinsalebeg floored Nire in their opening defence of the Conway Cup, 2-8 to 0-13. There was 27 scores in total with the first coming from Brian OHalloran after only 30 seconds and the last coming from a Brian Wall free dead on the 60th minute. The game flowed from start to finish with eight scores alone coming inside the first ten minutes. 1.

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.

Ardmore eventually settled into the game to take De La Salle in Round One. In Round Two they led defending champions Nire for nearly 35 minutes and refused to be thrown off the scent once that lead was overhauled. Although these two dont meet until Round Five, the way things are lining up this clash could be deciding who takes fourth spot in Group One. Had they been cut-throat up front another shock in the SFC could have been caused.

Brian O Halloran, who along with Paul O Connor tormented the Nire defence all evening, opened the scoring after just 13 seconds but the champions were soon into their stride and their speed and running off the ball had Clashmore chasing shadows. They led by 0-4 to 0-1 after six minutes, courtesy of white flags from Shane Ryan(f), Conor Gleeson from a Darren Guiry pass, Craig Guiry and an excellent point by team captain Shane Walsh, who unfortunately had to retire injured in the 40th minute after an accidental bone shaking collision with Tadhg De Burca.

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Midfield was harnessed well by Ardmore pairing Seamus Keating and David Gartland while they didnt have enough firepower close to goal to threaten. However, they completely lost their blueprints in the second half and didnt register a score until the 56th minute after Ardmore had already surpassed them in the 51st minute. Their defence was sluggish on possession and slow to move it. They hit six scores in-a-row with the wind at their backs to take a half-time lead of 1-7 to 0-4. De La Salle played with 13 men behind the ball but didnt play with enough tenacity and ferocity to implement it correctly.

These opportunities could have giving them a serious foothold on the game. At the start of the second half they hit one wide and had two efforts drop short into the goalkeepers hands. Instead a stray handpass allowed Nire counter-attack them with numerical advantage and fire over the first score of the second half on 35 minutes a score that led to them hitting four unanswered points for a 0-7 to 0-4 lead.