Ballyea (@1.36) vs Crusheen (@3.5)

Our Prediction:

Ballyea will win

Ballyea – Crusheen Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 11:15

It forced a rethink for St. Thomas which they further exploited. Thomas zonal defence, or used their numerical superiority and finesse to weave their way through the centre and pick off points. Thomas tried a similar strategy to Cuala on puck-outs in the All-Ireland semi, but time and time again where the need arose, Ballyea played the puck-out to their spare wing back and either scored directly before facing the St. St.

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Five-in-a-row from Graeme Mulcahy, Gillane (0-2, one free), Diarmaid Byrnes, and Tom Morrissey between the 45th and 50th minute left the scoreline reading 0-21 to 0-9 and, from there, there was simply no road back for the visitors. Ahead by eight at the break, Limerick gave an exhibition of point-taking in the second-half as the scores rained in from all angles and distances. Aaron Gillane capped a fine individual performance with a 60th-minute goal, his final tally climbing to 1-11.

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Questions have been asked of Inagh/Kilnamona since suffering a drubbing to Kilmaley in the Clare Cup Final but they again answered their critics when defeating Cratloe 1-17 1-13. The absence of both Diarmuid Ryan and Sean Collins was felt by Cratloe who will still be fancied of making the last eight. Although Rian Considine raided for goal inside the first sixty seconds, Inamona refused to panic and responded with six points in succession. Across their attack, Fergal Hegartys side have players capable of scoring from a wide range of angles while David Fitzgerald added two long range points from wing-back.

I think whoever is beaten in the game between Tulla and Wolfe Tones are really staring down the barrel of relegation. The manner of both their opening round defeats means there will be questions about how they have recovered, what kind of mind-frame are they in, and the draw for both teams might have accelerated that recovery process. It is a massive game and it should be a titanic struggle. Both know that this is 50/50 game to either stay in the championship or face down that relegation road. Of all the games this weekend, this is the one that both teams will feel they have a chance of winning.

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Both goals were well-worked moves, Conor Deasy found Pa Mulready with a cross-field pass, the wing back having run half the field while Alex Morey fielded in the air before offloading to the clinical Brian Corry for their second goal. Ballyea like Clondegad the previous week appeared far from their best and some bit lacklustre but no one will want to draw the county champions in the third round. Ten points separated Sixmilebridge and Ballyea as it finished 2-21 0-17. It was a performance that certainly earmarked The Bridge as favourites to win the Canon Hamilton. Of their seventeen point tally, Tony Kelly and Niall Deasy contributed fifteen points. Playing to a plan but more importantly as a team, the Davy Fitzgerald coached outfit are going to take stopping.

Crusheen kept Feakle to a single point in the second half as they recorded a comprehensive 2-20 1-14 winning margin. After bossing Newmarket-on-Fergus in the opening round, this display was a slump from Feakle, they held a four point advantage over Crusheen in the first half but combusted in the second half when playing against the wind. Cian Dillon at centre back was a solid anchor for the Blood and Bandages for whom Conor ODonnell did the bulk of the scoring with their goals coming courtesy of Breffni Horner and Darragh ODoherty.

Their half-back line will need to sit that bit deeper to offer more protection than we saw the last day. This is going to be a really good game and we might be seeing a Cratloe side who now have everything in their arsenal to collect the Canon going at the fourth best team from last year in Inagh-Kilnamona. Their front men hit 1-18 the last day and that is a massive score to put up. It will be tight but Cratloes need to win it and get that break that will help them in the football too. Inagh-Kilnamona will have that bit of momentum now after winning the first round and while it was against a poor Tulla team on the day, they still needed to get back up on the horse after the Clare Cup loss. They will need leaders to stand up if that is to happen and that is the challenge for them now. They have really good finishers so Cratloes recovery from the football will also be key. This Inagh-Kilnamona team will keep getting better the more games they play, but the big question for them is can they take that big scalp? They will need to address it, because Inagh-Kilnamonas most dangerous line is their full-forward line. For all their progress and all their underage wins, they are yet to really take down a big contender on the big day. For Cratloe, Cathal McInerney has been the conductor for the forward line and it remains to be seen who is deployed to pick him up. If Cratloe have corrected their full-back line issues that we saw in the first round win over Whitegate, then that will be a major plus.

Lucan Sarsfields did it in Dublin and gave us a game only a tactician could enjoy. Any side who are going to topple Cuala are going to have to be prepared to play puck-outs to their own half back line, as Cualas forwards drop off into their own half. In the end, though slightly tactically out-manoeuvred, they probably didnt have the quality to beat Cuala.

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Thomas in the semi-final at Semple Stadium.[8]Having led by 13 points in the second half, they overcame a late fightback by St. In 2016, Ballyea coached by Robbie Hogan won their first ever Clare Senior Hurling Championship when they defeated Clonlara in the final by 214 to 114 after a replay.[1]The next week on 6 November, they defeated Thurles Sarsfields from Tipperary in the Munster Semi-final by 418 to 122 after extra-time.[2][3]On 20 November 2016, Ballyea won the Munster Senior Club Hurling Championship after a 121 to 210 victory over Glen Rovers at Semple Stadium.[4][5][6][7]On 4 February 2017, Ballyea qualified for the 2017 All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship Final after a 119 to 214 win against St.

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