St Annes (@1.57) vs Kilanerin (@2.75)

Our Prediction:

St Annes will win

St Annes – Kilanerin Match Prediction | 13-09-2019 15:30

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Red Barry is their top-scorer so far, but he limped off with a hamstring injury vs Kilanerin. They have actually had more different scorers than Shelmaliers (13 vs. 12) but Shels have the superior supporting cast, and big names in most lines now, and see them winning by the biggest margin of the weekend. McCabe is the joint-top scorer so far with 3-20, although remarkably only 0-6 of that tally has come from play. Conversely, Glynn have hit eleven goals in their five games to date, but the nine they have conceded is the most of the eight quarter-finalists. St.Anne's are the opposite in that they seem to come alive in the knockout stages, although their stats don't scream out. They have conceded 5-63 which is the worst of the quarter-finals, and have only scored four goals, the second lowest of the remaining teams. Fanning leads the way for Glynn (3-8), but they will need to find the net at least twice to trouble Martin's. Seventeen different scorers point to the threat they pose from numerous sources, while Lyng continues to shine up front with a current tally of 3-12. Even with that, I expect Martin's to prevail by 4 or so points.Shelmaliers-St.Anne's: You can't argue against Shelmaliers record. St.Martin's vs. Consistency has been an issue, with a win-loss-win-loss-loss ratio not exactly ideal preparation for a quarter-final tilt. Five wins from five games in a group containing the last three county champions, and a recent beaten finalists, has them justified favourites to go all the way. Martin's tally of 6-67 equates to an average of 17, which is bettered only by Kilanerin and Castletown. St.Martin's only blip on the radar was a round four loss to Kilanerin that they appeared happy enough to concede given their absentees. But we have been here before- they seem to have a mental block when push really comes to shove. Their average of 15.6 for and 10 against is championship-winning form, the latter column being the joint-best along with St,Martin's. Glynn Barntown: while Glynn surprised Martin's in the semi-final in 2016, Martin's got a measure of revenge in last year's QF. They have only allowed three goals over the course of the group stages too, which is tied with Castletown and Shels as the most obdurate.

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St Annes v Kilanerin Betting Odds - Winner

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Their averages are worse than Kilanerin (11 for, 13 against), and they have only scored three goals, but they have grinded out two wins when the need was most and have gone all the way by similar means before. Very close to call. Starlights-Castletown: While both sides have scored a similar enough tally (10-50 for Starlights compared to 10-61 for Castletown), Castletown's average concession rate is higher (14.6 vs 12). It could be argued that is something of a false economy as two of their last wins were against teams that were either already through and short numbers (St.Martin's) or had nothing to play for and short numbers (Fethard). By the same token, it's hard to read anything into Castletown's annihilation of Sars in round five, with half of their ten goals coming in that game alone.Grinding wins vs Annes and Fethard, and the draw with Kilanerin may be a closer reflection of their form In Bealin they posses they joint top scorer in the championship to date (1-26), and he has been a welcome addition to the attack. St.James': Kilanerin are one of only two teams with an unbeaten record so far, and are the top scorers with 11-71 from five games. In contrast, while St.James' have had thirteen different scorers, their top scorer is Tommy Walsh on a measly 0-8. Tobin features prominently in the scoring stakes as well (2-16) and Starlights have had fifteen different scorers compared to thirteen from the challengers. Weirdly the score 1-12 (or the cumulative 15) has appeared in all their games to date. Maybe Castletown by 2 points. Two losses from the last three games suggests that the defending champions are stuttering a bit, but then again their defeat to Jimmies' could be explained by the different motivation levels at play. Still, they have had 12 different scorers and Matty's 3-17 to date makes him the third top scorer in the championship. Football quarter-final predictions (part one):Kilanerin vs. However, I can't see them having the firepower to trouble a vulnerable Kilanerin defence, and see Kilanerin winning by 3-4 points. They have averaged 21 points per game, and conceded on average 11.

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Relegation FinalBuffers Alley v Glynn-BarntownBuffers Alley are heading back to intermediate in my opinion, they have struggled all year and hard to see where a performance to keep them safe will come from. They will advance in this one and quite comfortably.St. Shels v OylegateOylgate will have their minds focused after a couple of recent defeats. St. Intermediate Hurling ChampionshipRathgarogue/Cushinstown v HWH BunclodyOnly one winner here and thats the team in green and yellow, okay enough of the wise cracks HWH Bunclody will have 8-10 points to spare in this game. Senior HurlingSt. St James form seems to be slipping the longer the year has gone on and this showed v Cushinstown when they were only missing one player through illness. Rathnure were given no hope v Oulart and a young team stood up and answered the questions they a long way off title contenders yet but small green shoots of hope in Rathnure. James v Crossabeg/BallymurnCrossabeg Ballymurn are my dark horses for the title they have the hurlers and the star quality in certain positions to hurt any one in this grade. RelegationMonageer v CraanfordMooageer to survive by a couple of points. Crossabeg to repeat their Junior hurling win over St James from a few year ago and a 4-6 point cushion. Rapparees v RathnureRapparees another team on the charge for a double and with their footballers showing their best performance of the season by winning pulling up v Castletown I expect them to secure a second semi-final spot in this one. Cloughbawn v ShamrocksCloughbawn need to start upping the gears now, everyone says they are the favorites but their winning margins and performances don't make them look anything other than a good intermediate team. Crucial that they get promoted in their first season down if not it becomes much harder. Annes v GoreyNaomh Eanna will continue their march up the hurling ranks in this contest, I predicted at the start of the season they would not make the quarter finals but I've been put firmly back in my box and on current form they are serious contenders. Probably not good enough yet to win a county championship with a very young side, however I expect them to be strong enough to win this game and losing would be a huge benefit to the football side of things in Shelmaliers as they are genuine contenders in the football but in my opinion they wont go any further than this in the small ball. An interesting battle in this game will pit county stars Matthew O'Hanlon and Padraig Foley in direct competition on the 45. Fair play to Cushinstown for advancing with a win over St James the last day but this is a different level altogether and I fancy Bunclody to lay down their title credentials in this one. Fethard v AdamstownAdamstown will win this contest in my opinion, Fethard are on the road since this time last year and a district derby v Adasmtown who are a well seasoned intermediate outfit will put an end to Fethards involvement for 2018 by 3-5 points. Martins v FernsFerns will give this a good rattle but will come up short by 5-6 points against a team who are once again on the chase for a double. Glynn have to be cautious and on gaurd as the underdog has a habit of coming out on top in relegation finals.

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