Rathgormack (@1.28) vs Gaultier (@4.33)

Our Prediction:

Rathgormack will win

Rathgormack – Gaultier Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 10:00

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The club had achieved the coveted three in a row. The club suffered two County Intermediate defeats at the hands of Tallow and Ballinameela before finally making the breakthrough in 1988. At adult level, outright title wins came their way in 1958, when the juniors claimed the second title at the expense of Valley Rovers GAA. This was followed by further successes in this grade in 89 & 90. Senior status was our reward for a hard earned victory over Sliabh gCua at Walsh Park on a score line of 5-06 to 2-04. In 1988 saw the start of an exceptional period for Gaultier when we beat Kilrossanty to claim the first Minor A title.

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.

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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. 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.

In fact, they had five goal chances in total during the game, Hennesseys the only one they converted. Two of those chances came from De La Salle errors after short kick-outs while one long range effort nearly bounced over goalkeeper David Dennisons head and in under the crossbar. Both goalkeepers had shaky moments as well when it came to judging restartswith De La Salle in particular gifting Ardmore the ball from short kick-outs. In the end, Ardmore settled into the contest after the break and looked the better team during the final 30 minutes. The Ardmore vs De La Salle game was an error strewn encounter. Both teams were slow to settle and both defences in particular were guilty of poor handling, passing possession to the opposition or missing interceptions. Meanwhile, De La Salles goal came when Sean Barron rushed his line out toward the 14 but failed to get to a high ball ahead of Lee Hayes who fisted to an unguarded net. The Round Tower side worked a great team goal at the start of the second half that Clinton Hennessey dispatched to net.

There was nothing fortunate about Clashmores win as their workman like performance when they found themselves 0-9 to 0-3 down after 19 minutes had the Nire on the backfoot up to the last ten minutes when the champions made a strong effort to haul back their 0-4 deficit on the scoreboard. If ever the County Senior football championship needed a shot in the arm, it got it with a loud bang at the Fraher Field last Friday evening when Clashmore/ Kinsalebeg surprised one and all to record a well deserved 0-1 victory against reigning Champions Nire.

One of 12 minutes (the 19th until the 31st) and then another of 22 minutes (the 31st until the 53rd). They played with great heart. However, Clashmore/Kinsalebeg were full value for their win. However, Nire experienced two scoring droughts. Clashmore/Kinsalebeg six. Hopefully, tonights game has set the tone for what is to come. Up front for them Brian OHalloran and Paul OConnor were menacing with punishing speed and acceleration and close ball control. 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. 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. 10.The wide county was respectable for both teams. Nire had a total ofeight wides.


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