Kildimo/Pallaskenry (@1.83) vs Blackrock (@2.1)

Our Prediction:

Kildimo/Pallaskenry will win

Kildimo/Pallaskenry – Blackrock Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 08:45

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The 1940s was the last time a side from the parish competed at senior level, which is much too long for a proud club. Kildimo and Pallaskenry have been joined at adult level since 2012, officially amalgamating in 2016, and we have come such a long way in that time! It is a huge opportunity for the club to achieve senior status with such a talented crop of players available!

There was a trilling finish to the match and we now take a break from club hurling until the Limerick Senior hurlers are out of competition, hopefully end of August. The starting team were Barry OShaughnessy, Ian OBrien, Nigel Hosford, Niall Moloney, Marty Farrell, Brien Moloney, Liam Walsh, David Moloney, Dylan Dawson, Paudie Leahy, Kevin Palmer, Adrian Cooke, Sean Palmer, Gavin OLaughlin, Ruairi OShaughnessy, Subs, Shaun Murphy, Colm OKeeffe, Mikey Duggan, Kevin Hosford, Simon Hennessy, Ben Soundy, James ODoherty, David Healy, Paudie Lawlor, David OFlaherty, JoJo Brazill, Danny Moloney, Jordan Soundy, Callan Ensor, Colm ONeill. Well done to the Premier Intermediate team who drew with Kildimo Pallaskenry 1 16 each.

It has been great to see the blue and white flags and bunting go up around the parish, both villages are awash with colour and the players take great heart from knowing that they are backed the hilt by the community! It really is a huge game for the club, and we would ask that people come along to try and create an atmosphere and drive our players on to glory! And we hope to see that support in the Gaelic Grounds next Sunday!

Kyle caused absolute havoc in the Blackrock defence over the next few minutes as he fired over three points on the trot; his pace, power and physicality impossible to handle. It had taken Blackrock a while to settle, but over the next few minutes, they would let us know that we were in a real game and they landed the next few scores to reel in the deficit bit. Kyle then turned creator and his pass across the field found his All-Ireland-winning teammate, Barry OConnell, and Barry made no mistake either to give us a 10-point advantage. There was just the two goals between us again when Kyle Hayes did brilliantly to win a puckout, he was able to pop the pass to Ruair Maher and with the form he was in, he made no mistake, firing over his third point of the half. The first of the trio was an absolute monster score from way out on the left touchline while on the run. He then linked up well with Conor Staff, came through the centre and popped it over the bar before great work from Keel Moloney set him up for another point.

Hope to see our supporters there to help the lads get to a County Final! This semi-final is due to take place on Tuesday, October 9 in Mick Neville Park against Fr. Caseys at 8pm. Well done to all involved, to the management team of Noel McCarthy, Killian OLeary and Sean Cuddihy for leading us to a semi-final! We are now in a semi-final in both codes, something only two other sides in the county can claim and is a great achievement, with largely a very similar panel!

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Another free for Adam Butler after Darren OConnell had been fouled, as he burst through on goal, saw us move into a 7-point lead about halfway through the first half. He beat his marker to the ball and turned provider for Jack OKeeffe, who showed lovely, quick hands to pop the ball over the bar before he could be closed down. Adam Butler then converted his first free of the game early in the second half, and Darren OConnell also became more prominent in attack. The Blackrock goalkeeper emerged with the ball, but was dispossessed by Barry OConnell, who did brilliantly to sidestep away from the Blackrock backs and then buried the ball into the bottom corner. But we certainly had the better of the opening stages of the second half and moved to extend our advantage early on, and we soon had raised a green flag of our own to cancel out that late first-half goal for Blackrock.

But again, our backs defended superbly and didnt give away anything easily. They slowly began to peg away at our lead, mainly through long-range frees but they were now starting to punish any discretion and our efforts up to that point perhaps saw us tire a little. We backed this up with another score; Blackrock looked to be moving the ball clear but Dylan Corrigan and Conor Staff did brilliantly to keep the ball there, it was moved out to Adam Butler who picked out Jack OKeeffe in space, who fired his third point of the game! When Darren OConnell won a free out on the left touchline, it gave us a chance to move more than a score clear again, and Adam Butler duly slotted over to give us a four-point lead. However, slowly but surely, Blackrock started to hit points to narrow the gap. We had had all the momentum up to that point in the second half, and had utilised it well but Blackrock would then have their best period of the game in the closing stages.

Last year, we were desperately disappointed to lose to eventual champions Garryspillane in a county semi-final. This is now our first ever appearance in a Premier Intermediate Hurling Final, and we hope to keep our good records in finals going! Two years ago, in our first ever appearance in an Intermediate Hurling Final, we defeated Glenroe by 10 points and won promotion to the Premier Intermediate grade. But the hurt and disappointment of that defeat has driven the team on this year; the team have learned from that defeat and grown stronger as a result!

Well done to all. All the under age camogie and bord na nOg teams are going well currently. Well done to the U6 hurling team who won all their matches in a blitz in Knockainy, and the u14 girls winning the Charleville inter club tournament. Hard luck to the u12 boys who lost the hurling county final to Feohanagh Castlemahon.