Kilmacanogue (@1.83) vs Carnew Emmets (@2.2)

Our Prediction:

Kilmacanogue will win

Kilmacanogue – Carnew Emmets Match Prediction | 28-09-2019 09:00

The annual GAA convention took place in Aughrim tonight (Monday 10th) with a look back on the year gone by and forward to 2019. With the main duties of roles within the county board up for renewal and change. The major change is Bridget Kenny taking up the reigns as PRO succeeding Kieron Kenny. The seat at the top table remains unchanged with Annacurras Martin Fitzgerald seeing a second year of his term unopposed.

However the home side could not shake off a resilient Kilmac side with the O'Callaghan brothers and Simon Doyle to the fore. Eire Og were on the rocks now, Kilmac added a brace of points before in the latter moments, they won a 14m free. Josh O'Callaghan fired over a point. Simon Doyle again, finished to the net in a flash, but the free was called back, as you can't take a quick 14m free. Sub Willie O'Hagan should have fired home Greystones 4th major, but was bundled down in the box, Advantage was played, Cranley and Woods were in like a light and Danny Woods is credited with putting the ball over the goal line. Eire Og's, Gavan O'Shea fired home a rasper of a goal, as they upped the ante in the 50th minute. Eire Og were coming out the field in possession, however they played a back pass to their goalie from nearly 50m out the field, the alert Simon Doyle read the back pass and tore through and intercepted the ball and rounded the keeper to fire home a major, to give Kilmac a lifeline. Each side traded a number of scores as the game ebbed and flowed up and down the park. However Kilmac were far from done.

Despite, the blow for the visitors, Bray continued their attacking football and rattled off 6 further points to close out the opening half which were equally shared between McGraynor and Kelly. As the half time whistle blew, it was hard to see how Kilmac were going to deal with the Bray threat in the second half with the score line reading 1-3 to 0-11. Another Kelly free and a fine score from McGraynor appeared to push the momentum in the direction of the Bray side who were beginning to attack in waves from their half back line. Kilmac were fighting for possession and attacks in this little period and on the quarter hour mark, Michael Whelans low shot across goal could only be helped into the net by a Bray boot. Anyone in the area of Sugarloaf must have heard Trooper bellowing in the northerly breeze on Sunday with the Bray Emmets number 5 covering so much ground in the opening half, his absence in the second half was a blow for Bray. A pulsating opening ten minutes seen both sides trade scores with Des Kelly (2) and Masterson chipping in for Bray while Aaron Creavin (2) and Michael Whelan firing over for Kilmacanogue.

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This evenings fixtures - Fri 28th Jun 19. The senior Hurling championship sees St Patrick's GAA Club Wicklow Town face Carnew Emmets GAA Club in Pearse Park and Aughrim hosts Glenealy v Bray Emmets GAA Club.

Both sides were guilty of a number of wides. Conor Finn fired a guilt edged effort over the crossbar and again Eire Og got off the hook. Kilmac were winning the early exchanges in a tough opening half and increased their lead with points from Michael Whelan and Conor Finn, who replaced Robert Conan after he picked up a heavy knock. We had a huge turning point in the game just before the half time whistle sounded, David Rooney laid off to Conal Deeney who took on a shot from 45m out, the ball was dropping into small square where goalie Niall King came to collect, but after an altercation with the upright as he was gathering the ball, the ball spilt out to Conal Deeney who raced in to finish the ball to the net. Craig Smullen played a long ball up to his centre forward, Danny Woods who was impeded, the refs hand went up again for the "Advantage, the ball was gathered by the ever alert Shaun Cranley, who rounded his marker and dispatched the size 5 to the back of Niall King's net for a lifeline. Aaron Creavin put the visitors ahead in the 4th minute with a point for the opening score of the game. The half time whistle sounded, as the home side somehow now lead, 2-03 to 0-07, a cruel blow to the Kilmac outfit. Kilmac led by 5 points with 20 minutes on the clock, as the got of to a flying start with some free flowing football. Andrew Molloy and Creavin each tagged on points before Sam O'Callaghan blazed a massive goal chance over the bar to let Eire Og off the hook. Eire Og were aggrieved not to pick up a couple of 21m frees from the referee, after allowing an advantage on, without anything acruing after 5 seconds. Danny Woods eventually got the Greystones side off the mark with a long range point. Goals win games and this was to the fore in a foggy Greystones this Sunday morning in a highly entertaining encounter. Gareth Kelly had to replace Niall King in the Kilmac goal, due to the unfortunate incident before the break. Kilmac looked in good fettle, leading 7pts to 3pts with 25 minutes on the clock playing some excellent football.

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Aughrim hosts the Liam Cullen Cup Final between Donard/Glen GFC and Kilcoole GAA Club. Tonights fixtures - Thu 27th Jun 19.

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Along with it being the first North Wicklow derby between these sides in a number of years, it also was a derby of huge proportions in the Masterson house. Micheal lined out corner back for Kilmacanogue while Diarmid lined out corner forward for Bray. The old saying a game of two halves was very much evident in Kilmacanogue on Sunday morning. An opening 30 minutes of attacking football from the away side was impressive on the eye. Would they be marking each other in this battle? The lead up to the game was a unique one. The answer was no but they did happen upon each other a little over the course of battle. The scores from Bray were mainly due to the prowess of Des Kelly and Niall McGraynor from frees while Kilmacanogue who faced into a breeze in the opening half would rely on the lethal Aaron Creavin.