Ballinacourty (@1.36) vs Kilrossanty (@3.75)

Our Prediction:

Ballinacourty will win

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

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In the second half, quick alertness and tenacious pressure by Paul OConnor caused Nire hearts to once again skip a beat as the short kick-out put them under more pressure. 5. Nire persisted with their varied kick-out game that involved the occasional short kick-out to a defender. Still, Clashmore/Kinsalebegs goal followed closely as Nire worked that resultant free out the wing by the 45 and were turned over, from which the challengers scored their first goal. First in the 21st minute but after being turned over of possession from the short kick-out referee Tommy OSullivan deemed Thomas OGorman to have been fouled. Twice this nearly caught them out.

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The team of the championship to date, given their early capitulation from the SFC last season, is undoubtedly Clashmore/Kinsalebeg who have been playing an exciting brand of attacking football, backboned by hard work, tenacity and no-nonsense defending. The team is extremely well-balanced and having seen off Nire and Rathgormack they are on course to build up a serious momentum before they face off against Ballinacourty in Round Five of the championship.

He set the tone for his teams intentions within 30 seconds of the affair when he pointed off inter-county full-back Thomas OGorman and he continued to dictate that affair. OHalloran was a constant thorn in the side of Nires defence in Round One as his turn of pace, strength on the ball and wielding left leg proved a major weapon throughout the night.

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.

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With Brian OHalloran, Tadhg de Brca, Cillian OKeefe and Paul OConnor in top form and Sean Fleming yet to make a starting return to the team, Clashmore/Kinsalebeg could be in for a very strong 2015 campaign. Their defence and composure in the final 15 minutes was top class and the grit and determination shown by players such as Sean and Ciaran Bourke and Aidan Trihy was fierce. After enduring a woeful 2014 campaign, Clashmore/Kinsalebeg lay down a marker of intent with an inspired and dogged win over Nire. Two goals near half-time set them on their way and they built on that foundation early in the second half.

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.

After a slow beginning which left Nire looking like they were going to be easy winners, the Clashmore defence came to grips with their opposition and very well worked goals from Jason Seward and Cillian O Keeffe in the 21st and in the 24th minutes gave them the confidence to drive on and take the game to their more fancied opponents.