Stradbally (@1.12) vs Clashmore (@6.0)

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Stradbally – Clashmore Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 15:00

The Nire challenge reignited and they finished the hour as they started it while Clashmore didnt score in the last 21 minutes of play. Nire were guilty of some bad wides during this period but the score they needed to revitalise their challenge eventually came from a Shane Ryan free in the 53rd minute and realistically, there was just now one kick of the size 5 between the teams .

Credit the champions, they tried to respond but the Clashmore defence now had the measure of their markers and the last score of the half fell to Man of the Match Brian O Halloran in the first minute of added time to send his team in leading by 2-5 to 0-9. Rather than a Nire response, it was the winners who drove on and three minutes later the green flag was disturbed again when Tadhg De Burca spotted Cillian O Keeffe loose in front of goal, resulting in Clashmore hitting the front for the first time.

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2000 saw their second Junior Hurling title, when Fenor were beaten by 1-8 to 0-5 in the final at Walsh Park. In the late 1990s, the team was once again in the Intermediate Grade. In 2001, the football team was relegated to Intermediate again, but in 2002 they were promoted to Senior again after victories over Brickey Rangers, Sliabh gCua, Brickey Rangers again, Rinn gCuanach after a replay, and Newtown, who were beaten by 2-8 to 0-9 in the County Final at Kill. They won the 1999 Championship by beating Butlerstown in the Fraher Field.

They didnt have the firepower to inflict heavily and once Kilrossanty gained a strong foothold in the second half they pushed on unopposed to take the win. Brickey Rangers put it up to Kilrossanty throughout the first half and indeed wasted two or three opportunities to really punish the Comeragh men when the Black and Amber had gone up. However, their attack was very blunt on the night and this was the real losing of the match for the Brickey Rangers.

Hopefully, tonights game has set the tone for what is to come. That , combined with not taking one of their four goal chances, was a costly factor in the losing of the game. All in all, it was a great start to the championship. They played with great heart. 10.The wide county was respectable for both teams. Their defending in the second half was top quality as they shut down a threatening forward line containing Conor Gleeson, Shane Ryan and Darren Guiry. Up front for them Brian OHalloran and Paul OConnor were menacing with punishing speed and acceleration and close ball control. However, Nire experienced two scoring droughts. One of 12 minutes (the 19th until the 31st) and then another of 22 minutes (the 31st until the 53rd). Clashmore/Kinsalebeg six. However, Clashmore/Kinsalebeg were full value for their win. Nire had a total ofeight wides.

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Clashmore/Kinsalebeg managed to hold on however showing great nerve and strength in defence to keep the champions at bay. The finish was edge of the seat. Cutting in from an angle he opted to insure the win and went to handpass the ball over the bar. Four minutes of added time was called for. 9. Paul OConnor was unleashed with a ball into him in the corner and with him and his marker the onlyoutfieldplayers at that end of the pitch he was away in for goal in a one-on-one situation. However, dramatically, it came back off the post and Nire galloped down the field to have another crack at the opposition defence.

Over the years Clashmore/Kinsalebeg ladies has consistently produced players of a high calibre, many underage girls have gone on to represent Waterford County and 9 girls have worn the county jersey in the adult grade namely, Mary ORourke, Deirdre ORourke, Clona OKeeffe, Edel Wilson, Aileen Barron, Trish Fitzgerald, Ashling O Donnell, Margaret Foley and Jess Fitzgerald. The big focus is on the underage teams at present to have strong foundations and sowing the seeds for success in the not too distant future. For a small rural community, this is an amazing achievement.

Questions were being asked of Clashmores intentions and they answered in style, coming to grips with the pace of the game and Edmond O Halloran heralded their comeback with a fine score from play before Cillian O Keeffe provided for a rasper of a goal by Jason Seward into the roof of the town end goal in the 21st minute, 0-9 to 1-4.

Both players needed assistance. de Brca was able to play on. You could hear the thump as the two collided chasing a loose ball. 4. Shane Walsh retired from the game though injury after a thundering collision with Tadhg de Brca on 36 minutes. Bizarrely, once play resumed Nire played for 14 men while they waited five minutes to make a substitution, Alan Lawlor.