Ballyhale Shamrocks (@1.33) vs James Stephens (@3.75)
27-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Ballyhale Shamrocks will win

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There was no provincial success for the club on that occasion. In 1979 Ballyhale proved that their county championship victory in 1978 was not a fluke, however, they were put to the pin of their collar by Erin's Own. The county final that year ended in a 014 apiece draw, however, Shamrocks made no mistake in the unfinished replay and won the game easily by 312 to 16.

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Dicksboro slowly came into the match but needed at least one goal to really put pressure on their opponents. In the 2012 County final, the club won their 14th title after an interesting match where the Shamrocks controlled from the start but spurned several goal chances and where Henry Shefflin also had two penalties saved. The Shamrocks saw out the game on a scoreline of 016 to 012. After a goal attempt came back into play off the butt of the upright with seven minutes remaining, they never looked like winning.

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The Club have equalled this year the long-standing record of Carrickshock by defeating James Stephens in the Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship final by three points on a scoreline of 114 to 111. They had defeated Graigue-Ballyvallen in the quarter-final and then city side O' Loughlin's in the semi-final. This is a unique achievement for one parish as the previous four-in-a-row was not achieved under 'parish rule' in Kilkenny.

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The subsequent All-Ireland club final saw the Shamrocks line out against Ballybrown of Limerick. On that occasion Glenmore provided the opposition and a tense and close game developed. At the interval the Limerick champs were still four points to the good, however, a second-half surge by Ballyhale gave them a 116 to 016 victory.[4] It was the club's record-equalling third All-Ireland club title. After an exciting hour of hurling Ballyhale emerged victorious by the narrowest of margins with a 211 to 113 win. In 1989 Ballyhale continued their dominance of the championship by reaching the county final again. Ballybrown led by six points before Ger Fennelly's twenty-fourth-minute goal got the Kilkenny men back on track. The club had a relatively easy passage, culminating in the capturing of the Leinster title following a 211 to 07 victory over Cuala of Dublin. It was a remarkable eight county championship title in eleven years.

Their opponents in the final were Dicksboro, who unseated the 2011 champions in a thrilling contest where the result was in doubt up to the final whistle. The senior team were defeated in the final of the Byrne Cup by St. The scoreline was 117 to 210. Martin's, conceding two goals in the second half while on top in general play. the Club won through to its seventh final in eight years with a fine performance against annual semi-final competitors, O' Loughlin's. In this years championship, Erin's Own, Castlecomer were beaten at the quarter-final stage on a scoreline of 316 to 116. They were also defeated by Carrickshock in the League Final, a finely balanced game that was basically decided when our rivals scored the only goal of the game with about ten minutes remaining.

Martin's, conceding two goals in the second half while on top in general play. The senior team were defeated in the final of the Byrne Cup by St. Their opponents in the final were Dicksboro, who unseated the 2011 champions in a thrilling contest where the result was in doubt up to the final whistle. They were also defeated by Carrickshock in the League Final, a finely balanced game that was basically decided when our rivals scored the only goal of the game with about ten minutes remaining. In this years championship, Erin's Own, Castlecomer were beaten at the quarter-final stage on a scoreline of 316 to 116. the Club won through to its seventh final in eight years with a fine performance against annual semi-final competitors, O' Loughlin's. The scoreline was 117 to 210.

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The weather conditions for the replay were slightly improved, one of the main turning points in the match was an excellent 'solo' goal by top Village marksman, Eoin Larkin just before half-time. The Shamrocks hurled well but were nearly unsettled by a late scoring burst from O'Loughlin's. The other major talking point was the dismissal of inter-county colleagues, Colin Fennelly (second yellow) and Jackie Tyrell (red card) for an altercation ten minutes into the second half. In the replay the Shamrocks performance greatly improved and they finally shook off the challengers. The final matchup was the fourth meeting in six years with James Stephen's. The loss of Fennelly seemed to unsettle the Shamrocks more than the loss of Tyrell to James Stephens. The first day ended in a draw with both sides having to deal with the elements, the game played in a bitterly cold gale with driving rain throughout. The club regained the League title with a six-point victory over old foes, James Stephen's. It did not get any easier at the semi-final stage, with the beaten All Ireland club finalists waiting. The senior squad then won through to the County Final after a very tough schedule that paired them against neighbours Carrickshock in the quarter-final, it took a second match to separate the sides after Carrickshock needed a late free (converted by Ritchie Power) after Carrickshock had been in control for large parts of the match. The Village took over in the last ten minutes to record a comprehensive eight-point victory.

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