Moyle Rovers (@1.22) vs Cahir (@4.5)

Our Prediction:

Moyle Rovers will win

Moyle Rovers – Cahir Match Prediction | 30-09-2019 10:30

That can open the field for QPR who are dangerous with that style of play. They are healthy and no injuries or suspensions are listed, so far. As it was already said, Portsmouth did not start this season as they would like to, so every win is huge for them now. By looking at that, Portsmouths coach Kenny Jackett will have to mix things up a little bit. They play an open type of football with many chances and many opportunities for both teams playing.

Luke Delahunty had a tally of two points in the first half, leaving the half time score in favour of Moyle Rovers 2-6 to 1-0. Moyle Rovers off to a good start with well taken point from Jack Harney inside two minutes. Our first goal came from the boot of Conor McGrath, followed closely by another goal from Ben Owens who doubled on a block down from the Cahir goalie. Jack went on to score a further two points from placed balls in the first half.

An interesting game is upon us, in which bookmakers have listed QPR as a slight favorite. This game will be played on August 28th, at the Loftus Road Stadium in London, England. I will try to provide the best betting tips and correct score predictions based on my analysis of these two teams. QPR vs Portsmouth prediction arrives ahead of the second round of Englands EFL cup match between these two.

Cahir GAA Club Notes

These two teams love to play roughly, so bookings are going to be seen, for sure. After that, 9 consecutive games finished as draws or QPR celebrating the victory. That was enough for the 16th place on the table. On the other side, Portsmouth got only 4 points from 4 matches in English League One. We can expect goals here, with QPR coming out of this game as a winner. They have played several times in recent history, with QPR mostly coming out on top. Portsmouth only won once in their Head-To-Head matches and that was their first match way back in 1998. Portsmouth has to stop QPRs Jordan Hugill, who scored within 10 minutes of his debut if they want points from this game, too. An interesting thing is that they have scored 6 goals and every time a different player was in the right place at the right time. QPR is a bad home team, but an interesting thing is that they lose games mostly with just a one-goal difference.

Rowan Wagner stood out in the forward line scoring an excellent goal. Brian Quirke, in goals covered his lines well, Alan Boland and Luke Fogarty were also solid in defence. We finished strongly with two further goals from Cathal McKeown and Luke Delahunty. In the first period Cahir upped their game and the Moyle defence battled strongly with Sam Power, Gavin Byrne and Diarmuid Mulcahy in fine form. In the middle of the park, Darragh Bolger covered a huge amount of ground. As the half progressed, Moyle Rovers dominated all over the pitch. Cathal McKeown and Cillian Crowe made penetrating runs through the Cahir defence, laying off some lovely passes to the forwards.

The seniors played the county league final on Friday night in Clogheen against Cahir. Cahir came back in the second half to win by 1-7 to 0-8. The main talking points from the first half were a fantastic point blank save in goal by Ciara ODonoghue and our large tally of wides from scorable chances the half time score was 0-4 Moyle Rovers 0-3 Cahir.

And with the watch at 31 minutes Fr Sheehys got the winning point. Two great balls into the goalmouth saw the in-form Craig Condon punching both to the back of net and then Shane Lonergan quickly added a third goal. The Clogheen side then scored two points but we edged back in front with a point from John Shanahan and a fourth goal from Kevin Morrissey. Four minutes in and we were 3-6 to 2-5 ahead. We restarted well with substitute Luke Boland making a big difference. With a minute left on the clock Fr Sheehys goaled to level matters.

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Great credit to our girls in the second half who didnt give up and got on the scoreboard. Rachel Brown opened the scoring with a point from a free and followed up with well taken goal, Zoe Farrell and Jenny Everard followed up with further points. However we failed to convert some late scoring chances and our chance was lost.

If we take everything we said, it points to the tough home win, with both teams scoring. QPR is still a league above Portsmouth and should win here. Both of these teams started this season slowly, so this game is not easy to predict with many circumstances involved. I looked at their recent performances and their styles of play, as well as other factors while I was crafting my selection.

They will have to utilize their chances and score when they are supposed to because they are known as a team who has to create a lot of chances to score a goal. QPR have played 4 home games so far, and in the first two, they have conceded the opener and then equalized. Besides them, no other injuries or suspensions are listed for this game. Mlakar and Wallace are questionable for this game. In the league, they have scored 7 goals or just over one on average, so they are having some trouble on the offensive part of the game.

Junior A hurlingA long puck into the square from the throw in saw Cahirs Michael Cussen catch, turn and dispatch the sliothar to the back of the net for the opening score of our match against Ballylooby/Castlegrace, last Saturday evening in Ballyporeen, our neighbours settled and the next three scores came from them to draw level with sixteen gone, nineteen minutes would pass before Cahir got their next score which was a free converted by Eoin Donaghy, (pictured below) a Ballylooby goal in the next minute and two points in as many minutes saw them open a four point lead, Cahir would get the last two points of the half and at the break were behind by two 1-03 to 1-05, the second half started with both teams trading a point each in the first couple of minutes, from then on it was all Ballylooby with five unanswered points until the thirteenth minute when Cahir pulled a point back, both teams would cancel each others last two points out with time coming to an end, but before time was up a free for Cahir saw Kieran ODwyers effort raise a green flag to nudge us a little closer to getting something out of the game, but the clock was not in our favour, final score Cahir 2-07 Ballylooby/Castlegrace 1-12,full team and scorers: Keelan Hickey, Eanna Heffernan, Daniel Moloney, Keelan Looby, Ger Hally, Kieran ODwyer (1-1), Mikey OConnor, Ryan ODonnell, Colin McEniry, Alan OConnor, Sean OConnor, Lian Meehan (0-1), Conor Cashman, Michael Cussen (1-2), Eoin Donaghy (0-3). Subs Used: James Walsh, Aaron Condon, Tommy McDonagh, Eoghan Kelly, Nicholas Reidy.


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