Ballyhale Shamrocks (@1.29) vs Clara (@4.0)
06-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Ballyhale Shamrocks will win

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By the early 1970s there were two competing clubs in existence in the parish, Ballyhale and Knocktopher, however, they were both facing extinction. Gaelic Games had been played in the parish of Ballyhale long before the Shamrocks club was established. The Ballyhale Shamrocks colours are green and white. A third club, Knockmoylan, had ceased to exist at some time in 1959. The club won the Kilkenny Junior Hurling Championship in 1973 before claiming the Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling Championship title in 1974, a victory which allowed Ballyhale Shamrocks to play in the Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship. Because of the situation facing both clubs they decided to amalgamate in 1972 under the new name of Ballyhale Shamrocks. The club adopted as its logo a three-leaf shamrock with the letters K, B and K, representing the three clubs that had existed in the parish, inserted on each leaf. Success for the new Shamrocks club was instant.

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The Shamrocks hurled well but were nearly unsettled by a late scoring burst from O'Loughlin's. The first day ended in a draw with both sides having to deal with the elements, the game played in a bitterly cold gale with driving rain throughout. The loss of Fennelly seemed to unsettle the Shamrocks more than the loss of Tyrell to James Stephens. The weather conditions for the replay were slightly improved, one of the main turning points in the match was an excellent 'solo' goal by top Village marksman, Eoin Larkin just before half-time. The senior squad then won through to the County Final after a very tough schedule that paired them against neighbours Carrickshock in the quarter-final, it took a second match to separate the sides after Carrickshock needed a late free (converted by Ritchie Power) after Carrickshock had been in control for large parts of the match. In the replay the Shamrocks performance greatly improved and they finally shook off the challengers. The final matchup was the fourth meeting in six years with James Stephen's. The other major talking point was the dismissal of inter-county colleagues, Colin Fennelly (second yellow) and Jackie Tyrell (red card) for an altercation ten minutes into the second half. The club regained the League title with a six-point victory over old foes, James Stephen's. It did not get any easier at the semi-final stage, with the beaten All Ireland club finalists waiting. The Village took over in the last ten minutes to record a comprehensive eight-point victory.

Ballyhale won 119 to 017 with Henry Shefflin hitting 9 points. Fennelly; C. This result meant a repeat of 2008 semi-final against Galway champions Portumna. Connolly; A. "Cha" Fitzpatrick, M. The club have won through to their 6th Club All Ireland final by defeating Newtownshandrum on a score of 019 to 017, in a very tight, hard-fought contest on St. Fennelly, H. Patrick's Day in Croke Park. Valentine's Day in Thurles. Reid, D. Walsh (capt.), B. Reid, P. Holden; P.Shefflin, E. The match was played on St. Aylward; J. Shefflin, TJ Reid; E. Cuddihy, A.Cummins, P. The team was; J.

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A 310 to 24 victory gave the Shamrocks their fourth county championship title. Reigning champions county, provincial and All-Ireland champions James Stephens provided the opposition on that occasion, however, they proved no problem for Ballyhale. The club was later defeated in the early stages of the provincial championship. After a brief hiatus Ballyhale Shamrocks were back in the county final again in 1982.

The Club have equalled this year the long-standing record of Carrickshock by defeating James Stephens in the Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship final by three points on a scoreline of 114 to 111. This is a unique achievement for one parish as the previous four-in-a-row was not achieved under 'parish rule' in Kilkenny. They had defeated Graigue-Ballyvallen in the quarter-final and then city side O' Loughlin's in the semi-final.

The following year they lost at the semi-final stage of the intermediate championship to O' Loughlin's. Martin's in the relegation final. The club was relegated from the senior ranks in 1995, losing to St. In 1997, the club returned to the senior ranks with an exciting final victory over Graiguenamanagh on a scoreline of 412 to 307 and has retained it senior status since then powered by strong underage teams that won the minor Roinn A and U16 Roinn A in 1997 and the Feile in 1998.

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