Rathgormack (@1.28) vs Gaultier (@4.33)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Rathgormack will win

Rathgormack – Gaultier Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 10:00

After a slow beginning which left Nire looking like they were going to be easy winners, the Clashmore defence came to grips with their opposition and very well worked goals from Jason Seward and Cillian O Keeffe in the 21st and in the 24th minutes gave them the confidence to drive on and take the game to their more fancied opponents.

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In fact, they had five goal chances in total during the game, Hennesseys the only one they converted. Two of those chances came from De La Salle errors after short kick-outs while one long range effort nearly bounced over goalkeeper David Dennisons head and in under the crossbar. Both goalkeepers had shaky moments as well when it came to judging restartswith De La Salle in particular gifting Ardmore the ball from short kick-outs. In the end, Ardmore settled into the contest after the break and looked the better team during the final 30 minutes. The Ardmore vs De La Salle game was an error strewn encounter. Both teams were slow to settle and both defences in particular were guilty of poor handling, passing possession to the opposition or missing interceptions. Meanwhile, De La Salles goal came when Sean Barron rushed his line out toward the 14 but failed to get to a high ball ahead of Lee Hayes who fisted to an unguarded net. The Round Tower side worked a great team goal at the start of the second half that Clinton Hennessey dispatched to net.

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5. Twice this nearly caught them out. First in the 21st minute but after being turned over of possession from the short kick-out referee Tommy OSullivan deemed Thomas OGorman to have been fouled. Nire persisted with their varied kick-out game that involved the occasional short kick-out to a defender. In the second half, quick alertness and tenacious pressure by Paul OConnor caused Nire hearts to once again skip a beat as the short kick-out put them under more pressure. Still, Clashmore/Kinsalebegs goal followed closely as Nire worked that resultant free out the wing by the 45 and were turned over, from which the challengers scored their first goal.

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Two minutes later goal Number 2 arrived this time OKeefe was the finisher. The two goals were well worked the first in particular after great skill by Cillian OKeefe to pick his way through the Nire full-back line and goalkeeper before teeing up Jason Seward with a handpass across the goalmouth to fire home from close range. Brian OHalloran sent a long ball in that Tadhg de Brca plucked from the sky and handpassed to OKeefe, who again showed trickery to outwit Nire and fire to the net. Nire led 0-9 to 0-3 after 19 minutes before a quickfire 2-1 in between the 21st and 24th minute saw Clashmore/Kinsalebeg rocket ahead a lead they would hold for the remaining 41 minutes of the game (including injury time). That goal came after 22 minutes. 2.

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Conor Murray showed good energy, movement, trickery and ball handling. Dean Kirwan impressed at times in the first half showing good tenacity. Gavin Nugent was clearly not 100% fit as he rarely showed for the ball and not having their marquee forward at full strength further hindered their prospects. Ultimately their inability to get a foothold at midfield combined with the ease at which Ballinacourty picked open their defence was the downfall of the Comeragh men. Ballinacourty racked up 1-3 within five minutes of the restart and put the contest to bed. Rathgormack started this contest well and even after conceding two goals in the first half they came back strong on both occassions to stay on Courtys coattails at the half-time break, 2-5 to 0-7. Jason Curry kicked six scores in the opening half, some of them expertly converted frees. Willie Hahessey showed good determination.

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Four minutes of added time were quite correctly called by Tommy O Sullivan, whose refereeing added to the enjoyment of this game, but try as they did, Nire could not get the equalising score. It could have been a costly miss but half a minute later, the long whistle sounded and Clashmore had earned two valuable championship points in Group 1. As often happens, the team under pressure lifted the siege and Paul O Connor had the opportunity to close out the game but his fisted effort for a point came back off the upright.

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The big task for Clashmore after this noticeable success is to bring consistency into their performances and if they can achieve this, they will be around when the real business end of the championship commences. Nire will be disappointed to lose their winning sequence in the Waterford championship and they will recover but, like all dual clubs, they will have to manage the involvement at Senior level in both.

They led by 0-4 to 0-1 after six minutes, courtesy of white flags from Shane Ryan(f), Conor Gleeson from a Darren Guiry pass, Craig Guiry and an excellent point by team captain Shane Walsh, who unfortunately had to retire injured in the 40th minute after an accidental bone shaking collision with Tadhg De Burca. Brian O Halloran, who along with Paul O Connor tormented the Nire defence all evening, opened the scoring after just 13 seconds but the champions were soon into their stride and their speed and running off the ball had Clashmore chasing shadows.