Crossabeg-Ballymurn (@1.72) vs St Marys Rosslare (@2.37)

Our Prediction:

Crossabeg-Ballymurn will win

Crossabeg-Ballymurn – St Marys Rosslare Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 07:00

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They include such famous hurlers as 1996 All Ireland winning Wexford manager Liam Griffin and one of Wexfords most experienced players of all time, former Wexford Football Captain & centre back David Murphy. St Mary's were the first winners of the Wexford Senior Football Championship in 1886 under the name of Rosslare Tigers. St Mary's Rosslare are a Gaelic Athletic Association club in County Wexford.

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Although our inability to effectively use the elements in our favour restricted our scoring chances as Emmet Patten and Alan Murphy failed to see sufficient ball. At half time we trailed 2-4 0-3. Martin O'Connor was less than pleased with his troops. Ten minutes in our half back line fell asleep and allowed crucial overlaps occur which resulted in two quickfire goals for the men in green. Then Murphy swiveled nicely to notch a good score.

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For it is HWH Bunclody who are the 4/7 favourite to win that match and I do feel that looking at their current form and the fact that they are playing at home does stand them in good stead of winning that match, as for the odds on their opponents today that being Crossabeg-Ballymurn they are on offer at Paddy [Power at generous odds of 13/8 and the draw odds on this GAA match are 8/1.

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All in all the lads enjoyed the 4 group games and they can certainly build on this for next year. The boys in blue and gold never stopped trying and the relentless running of Derek O'Connor and Richie Doyle ensured we pushed Crossabeg all the way. Emmet Patten swung over his first point of the night and our scoring was finished when Eamon O'Rourke kicked a fine score from the left.