Stradbally (@1.12) vs Clashmore (@6.0)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Stradbally will win

Stradbally – Clashmore Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 15:00

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The following year Mary ORourke was named on the All-Star panel for her performances with the county team. The following year the club headed to Dublin for the All-Ireland Intermediate 7-a-side competition. The panel on the day was Deirdre ORourke who was the only player to play every minute of all six matches on the day, Sinead ORourke, Fiona ORourke, Anna Beresford who was catlike in goal, Sarah Flavin, Grainne Nolan, Claire Marks, Aishling ODonnell, Cliona OKeeffe, Edel Wilson, Alice Fitzgerald, Geraldine Daly, and Mary ORourke who scored a total of 23 goals on the day. After six hard matches and surviving a penalty shoot-out the club was crowned with All-Ireland glory.

Sean Caseys daughters played for the club until it disbanded in the mid-eighties. She won countless All-Ireland titles with both club and county and holds the honour of being the first ladies footballer to score a goal in Croke Park. They moved on to Ballymacarbry where Catriona rewrote the ladies football record books. We in Clashmore are all very proud of her achievements. This sparked an interest in ladies football in the national schools of the parish. The club Kinsalebeg/Clashmore was formed in the early eighties so named because Kinsalebeg contributed more players than Clashmore. Teams were started in all three schools in the parish and some fiercely contested matches were witnessed. Some of the families involved were the Sweeneys, Salmons, Shalloes and Mary Walsh of Ballinameela. This club reached two junior county finals and played in many festival tournaments which were very popular at the time. Ladies Football, in this area, first started in the late seventies at Mount Stuart cross in Jim Walshs field.

He was a key link in the supply line between Ardmores defence and attack. He put in a serious work shift through the centre. Ardmores youngsters Daniel Power, Tom Power, James Kennedy, Tomas Conway, John Gartland, Michael Cronin and Seamus Keating all played well Gartland in particular showing good in midfield. However, it was the contribution of Wayne Hennessey and Clinton Hennessey that proved key. Clinton struck 1-5 while Wayne was also available for possession and composed when on it.

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2000 saw their second Junior Hurling title, when Fenor were beaten by 1-8 to 0-5 in the final at Walsh Park. In the late 1990s, the team was once again in the Intermediate Grade. In 2001, the football team was relegated to Intermediate again, but in 2002 they were promoted to Senior again after victories over Brickey Rangers, Sliabh gCua, Brickey Rangers again, Rinn gCuanach after a replay, and Newtown, who were beaten by 2-8 to 0-9 in the County Final at Kill. They won the 1999 Championship by beating Butlerstown in the Fraher Field.

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Brian Looby manned his position well. Gary Hurney hit 1-3. Ferncombe played at centre-forward but drifted into space so easily and scoring positions. Their forwards found space ridicoulosuly easy throughout. Ballinacourtys inter-county half-forward line of Michael OHalloran, Patrick Hurney and Ferncombe were the real standout performers. Rathgormack played with extra men back but Ballinacourty could unlock them easily or could be accurate from distance. Their running game pulled and picked apart Rathgormack. Hurneys running cut through Rathgormack like a knife through butter. They hit 4-12 and had 15 miscued chances too. What impressed the most was the selflessness showed by each player. While OHalloran showed a great engine to cover distance between defence and attack effortlessly and kicked three long range points. They won the midfield battle with Conor Prunty standing out in his full debut. Shane ODonovan struck 3-1. Shane Briggs shut down Gavin Nugent and set the tone early by galloping up to the 21 yard line to get on the ball and set up Mark Ferncombe for the opening score of the game. Ballinacourty were simply devastating. They always chose to work the ball to the player in a better position and that is how they walked through for their four goals.

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. 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.

It was back to the wall stuff for the winners and they coped better than a lot of other teams would to confine the Champions to a further 0-2,(1f). A left legged pointed free by Brian Wall in the 59th minute, who along with Thomas O Gorman were now in the front line, reduced the deficit to the minimum. Following a Shane Ryan goal scoring opportunity, an unsighted Declan Hickey made a good 57th minute save from Darren Guiry before Conor Gleesons third point added further to the final moments of tension.