Shelmaliers (@1.33) vs St Annes (@3.75)
06-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Shelmaliers will win

Shelmaliers – St Annes Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 10:15

The attitude and work rate were the things that were evident to see. The boys showed a great attitude with some great defending midfield and forward play. Our goal men also played well with great puck outs. A big well done to our rising stars our U15 hurlers on a good victory over Gorey last night on a scoreline of 5.04 to 0.07.

The boys showed a great attitude with some great defending midfield and forward play. A big well done to our rising stars our U15 hurlers on a good victory over Gorey last night on a scoreline of 5.04 to 0.07. The attitude and work rate were the things that were evident to see. Our goal men also played well with great puck outs.

Both sides went full pelt which was refreshing, although it could have repercussions for Shels as Cash got sent off on a straight-red. Should be a humdinger between two attack-minded teams that would be worth going to see. Shels were down Brian Malone and Banville only came on right at the end, but I was impressed by their point-taking from long-range, and how they sprayed the ball around. Naomh Eanna and Shelmaliers afterwards was a right game though between two sides I expect to be in the shake-up when all is said and done. Gorey were missing the holidaying Mac, and you could see his absence up front as their forwards only managed 1-2 from play (the goal coming after only five minutes or so). Stephen Moloney, Rory Heffernan and Yusuf Frih up front all stood out. The two Inter A QF's at the same venue today were interesting in their own way. Ballygarrett-Craanford was peculiar in that the first forty minutes of the game were uneventful, but the rest of the game was insane. RappareesSome attractive pairings there. The Inter A championship is wide open now though after today's results.Shelmaliers vs. They won it fairly well in extra-time after anyway, and are the only team from their group to make the semis. Mellows were very impressive, and just looked fitter, hungrier and better prepared than Tara Rocks. Ferns. Camped out in Monamolin for the two double-headers.Nothing out of the ordinary with the first game on Saturday only that it was the most dead-rubbery of games you would see. The scoreboard was incorrect though, and many thought that Craanford were a point up, and Jack Hobbs, who scored 0-18 on the day, missed a straight-forward free that would have snuck it for Ballygarrett in normal time. St.Anne'sNaomh Eanna vs. Hobbs was the best player on the pitch, while I have been impressed with Tom Sinnott every time I have seen him play. The pick for me is Gorey vs. FernsGlynn Barntown vs. Shels, Martin's and Rapps to win the other three. Weirdly, Shels are the only team across both codes in senior to be unbeaten in the group stages, with the symmetrical record of five wins and five losses. Craanford weren't really capitalising on the man advantage until they were given a dubious penalty, and they drew level with another goal in injury time. Ballygarrett were eight up, but got a man sent off on a straight red. They took some nice scores, and while a couple of their goals were fortunate, they definitely deserved to win with a bit to spare. St.Martin'sRathnure vs.

Preview- Rathnure v Shelmaliers

just following on twitter and i must commend some of the clubs for there fantastic twitter updates for people (like myself) who couldnt make the games over the weekend.Ferns looked to have had a good win against the harriers aswell they seem to be tacking on a few results at the right stage of the year.Another team looking like dark horses are the Rapps, big score put up on the Annes the weekend.Who is in the relegation final alongside Oylgate? On a side note what went wrong with them this year, not far away from a county final appearance last year and now they have one game to save there senior status. Any reports from anyone at the senior/Intermediate games over the weekend? Doesnt look good for a team with good hurlers all over the field and for the club itself after having a great win in the All Ireland Junior B down in limerick in February.

Rathnure v oilgate- With Podge back should give them the edge to get through, will be tight all the way though as I was very impressed with Rathnures forwards earlier in the year. Ferns v harriers-Again will be very close, think Ferns though to win by 3. Glynn v Oulart- Oulart to win by 3, Glynn rely on two many frees, Oulart find it easier to score. Annes v Rapps- Feel Rapps should win this, give them a 4 point win. Will hesitantly go for Oylegate. Monageer v cushinstown- Form says Cushinstown but very poor against Ballymurn, think Monageer could win. Intermediate:Askamore v st james- St. Cloughbawn v adamstown- Cloughbawn to win and Adamstown to finish 5th. Alley v Ballymurn: In what well could be both finalists come the end of the year, think Alley should get the win but only just. Senior:Gorey v shels- As said above dead rubber but would expect Gorey to come through. Blackwater v shamrocks- blackwater should win, Shamrock already in relegation. Fethard v martins-Sale as Wexico above, Martins to win by 8. Taghmon v bunclody- Bunclody to win by 5, Taghmon to be in relegation final,. James strugglin with important players injured, Askamore seem to be going better, expect them to win.

Well done to the u15 boys who had a good win against Oylegate on a scoreline of 4.14 to 2.06. The boys had a slow start and were 1.03 down after 15 minutes, by half time the boys had worked their way back to 1.05 to 0.05. The team had a higher intensity and better work-rate, in the second half and this laid the platform for some good defending and good scores.

Weekend hurling predictions-Senior:Gorey v shels- normal circumstances would be game of the weekend but turns out to be only complete dead rubber, shels seem to have growing injury list so I'd imagine they won't be risking anyone with knocks etc.