Burgess (@1.25) vs Ballina (@4.0)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Burgess will win

Burgess – Ballina Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 12:30

Borris had their first two scores from play around the 15th minute mark as Burgess had re-access their shape after Daniel Ryans retirement due to injury. Stephen Murray displayed his trademark electric pace as he burned his marker down the wing before firing over a point from 50 metres that was worth the entrance fee alone on the 11th minute.

Indeed it wasnt until the disruption caused to the Burgess defence by the loss of captain Johnny Mulqueen to injury in the twentieth minute of the first half that Ballina managed to mount a come back and cut the deficit from 7 points to 2 at half time with the score board reading Burgess 0-10 Ballina 0-8. Burgess had a comfortable home win over neighbours Ballina in the opening game of the county league on Sunday last in Kilcoleman. Stephen Murrays point in the opening ten seconds of the game gave Burgess a lead that the wouldnt relinquish for the rest of the match. Burgess also had a strong claim for a penalty denied in the first half after Tossy Hogan was rugby tackled as he bore down on the Ballina goal.

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The Murray free was looked more of a penalty to be fair but the referee after consulting with his umpires awarded a 21. We were now two adrift again. Damien OBrien forced an unbelievable save from county keeper Darren Gleeson in the lead up to this incident and this was a turning point in the game as we really needed a goal to drive on against the breeze. To our lads credit they fought back once more and had the game level on the 42nd minute with points from Murray (free) and Peter Gill. Brian Hogan reduced the deficit with another excellent point but the Port response was yet again immediate with James Ryan adding to his tally.

The Bunnies scored through Campbell Graham in the second minute before the Dogs locked it up at 6-6 with a try and penalty goal. Adam Reynolds kicked a penalty goal for an 8-6 lead and converted Alex Johnston's 25th-minute try for a 14-6 lead. The Rabbitohs got the better of the Bulldogs when they met in round six but it was anything but a landslide victory. The scoreboard attendant took the rest of the night off, as the Bunnies scratched out a dour 14-6 win.

By the twelfth minute we had the deficit reduced to a single goal with another Murray free to make the score Burgess 0-3 Kilruane 1-3. Kilruane responded with a goal and a point, the goal a rasper from county minor star Cian Darcy, before Stephen Murray was on hand the get our second point of the game atthe eighth minute mark. Stephen Murray had us off the mark inside the first minute with a pointed free.

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The Burgess Response came by way of two Stephen Murray points, one from play the other a free. Borris had two frees themselves the first a close range free moved in for dissent and crashed to the net by Brendan Maher the second gained them a point leaving the scoreboard reading Burgess 0-14 Borris 2-12. Borris were first on the score board after half time with a well taken point.

Tom Burgess starts up front with Liam Knight to come off the bench. Mark Nicholls and Corey Allan dropped off the reserves list on game day. Rabbitohs: A triple boost with Sam Burgess (quad strain), Braidon Burns (hamstring) and Adam Reynolds (back spasms) to play. Bayley Sironen and Connor Tracey were left off the extended bench at the 24-hour mark.

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Another free and another point from Murray. Burgess were now cruising with twenty one minutes gone and their lead stretched out to a comfortable six points, 2-11 to 1-8. Brackens however hadnt come to Kilcolman to make up the numbers and bagged 1-2 in the final 9 minutes to leave Burgess the winners by the slenderest of margins, 2-11 to 2-10. 2-7 to 1-7. Burgess, however, responded almost immediately with clinical point by Eoin Hogan to restore our one goal lead. Stephen Murray was on hand again to point a close in free after Brian Hogan was felled as he raced through the Brackens defence. A malfunction on the Brackens short puckout gifted the ever alert and predatory Eoin Hogan another point from play in the seventeenth minute. 2-4 to 1-6. 2-8 to 1-8. 1-7 to 2-6. Murray pointed once again on the fourth minute after being set up by Brian Hogan to increase our advantage to two points. Murray was on hand again to score from play after he showed well for a free from Timmy Hogan out of defence to stretch the Burgess lead to a clear goal. The Burgess lead extended to five points moments later when Stephen Murray fired over a long range free making the score Burgess 2-10, JK Brackens 1-8. Brackens clawed back a point through a free after Paddy Hogan was harshly judged to have over carried the ball out of defence. Burgess, now wind assisted, levelled the game with scarcely a minute elapsed through Noel Gleeson after some fine link up play. A minute later Stephen Murray was out in front after an intelligent early delivery from Timmy Hogan to burn his marker and put Burgess into a one point lead. 2-7 to 1-8. 2-4 to 1-7. After furious end to end hurling Brackens notched a fine point from play to reduce the Burgess lead to two points.

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