Mullingar Shamrocks (@1.28) vs Tyrrellspass (@4.0)
18-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Mullingar Shamrocks will win

Mullingar Shamrocks – Tyrrellspass Match Prediction | 18-08-2019

Conditions were extremely difficult as Shamrocks faced a strong wind in theopening half and as in our previous must-win games, we began by putting two points on theboard in the opening two minutes and what valuable scores these proved to be. Denis Corroon's strike into the wind was good and what was adifficult free secured Shamrocks opening score. Ger Egan pointed a long range free to open the Tyrrellspass account in the tenth minute and afterwinning possession from the resultant kick-out, the same player pointed from play. Jordan Wardetoo played a part before Dean pointed for what was probably the Mullingar Shamrocks score ofthe match. Denis Corroon pointed a free, Efe Siode finished after Michel Curley and Simon Quinncombined to create the opening and Tye Adamson (who replaced the black carded Paddy Joycein the first-half) pointed a '45' to send Shamrocks into an 0-8 to 0-7 lead. History will be created asfor the first time an all-Mullingar final will take place in what will be a magnificent occasion forthe town of Mullingar; history will also be repeated as we will again enter this final as totaloutsiders. Shamrocks added another pointprior to the interval with a great sweeping move that began deep in defence with Kieran Gavinand Killian Daly combining to set Alan Cashman free, he in turn found Denis Corroon. Denissent a pass deep into the corner where Dean Moore was alert to the possibilities. A Ger Egan '45' neutralised this effort (0-7 to 0-4). The first wascreated by the combined play of Efe Siode and Dean Moore who created an opportunity forJordan Warde who was fouled. Mullingar Shamrocks played with great commitment as we have done throughout thischampionship year with the team's outstanding work rate backed-up with some excellentindividual displays. Jordan Warde pointed in the ninth minute after aspeculative long range shot by Paddy Joyce was abandoned as a wide by everyone exceptDaragh Daly. At half-time, Tyrrellspass held an 0-7 to 0-5 lead a satisfactory position from theShamrocks perspective given the conditions. Shamrocks repeated their opening ten minutes on resumption by scoring three points to edgeahead. Simon Quinn finished a fine combined move forShamrocks second score within a minute. Mullingar Shamrocks 0-10Tyrrellspass 0-9And so the journey continues, with this superb one point victory against favourites and unbeatenTyrrellspass in the semi-final. Daly alone spotted the potential of the wind to hold-up Joyce's shot and racedacross the goal to keep the ball in play without a challenger in sight. In the nextattack, Denis Glennon was through on goal but opted for safety and popped the ball over tolevel matters in the twelfth minute (0-3 each). A good goal scoring opportunity wasspurned by Shamrocks at this stage before a great move that featured the magnificent MichelCurley prominently ended with another foul on Jordan Warde and Denis Corroon pointed theresultant free. Several passes later JordanWarde finished for an unlikely point in the ninth minute (0-3 to 0-0). Ger Egan added three more points to sendTyrrellspass into a three point lead after twenty minutes. Another destination has been added to the itinerary: a county finalmeeting with reigning champions and four-in-a-row seeking St Loman's scheduled for CusackPark on 21 October at 3.30 with Niall Ward in charge of the whistle.

There was no winner of last weekends lotto jackpot of3,600. Numbers drawn were 6, 8, 20 and 28.The following people matched three numbers and each receive 100. CelineSheridan pro Jerry Sheridan and Tina Claffey pro Amber. Promoters prizewent to Carmel Feery and players prize went to Jonathan Sheridan. Nextweek's jackpot will be 3,800 and the draw will take place in the SpinningWheel.

Next weeks jackpot willbe 3,200 and the draw will take place in Gonouds. LOTTORESULTS There was no winner of last weekend's lotto jackpot of 3,000. Numbersdrawn were 12, 15, 20 and 22. The followingpeople matched three numbers and each receive 100. Nuala Whelehanpro Eamon Whelehan and Angela Moran pro Mark Farrell. Promoter's prizewent to Centra and players prize went to Brendan Daly.

And of course, Niall's father Bobbie was a member of the Mullingar Shamrocks Under-21 team that won the 1979 county title. Niall Horan identifies the response to his performance of Jason Mraz's I'm Yours in this Shamrocks show as one of the factors that gave him the confidence to audition for The X Factor. Mullingar Shamrocks version of Stars In Their Eyes is where success stories begin. This is the show that is mentioned in all the One Direction biographies.

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William Feery, Craig Coyne, Jamie Corcoran, Sean Dowdall, Conan Feery, DeanHarte, Cormac Rigney, Lee Campbell, Evan Connell, Thomas Ryan, Fergal Walsh,Nathan Cronin, Jack Langan, Jack Gallagher. Theunder 14 team had a great win over Castledaly last Fridayevening. In what wasa must win game the lads won on a score line ofTyrrellspass 5-11 to Castledaly 1-9 Team; Jake Haverty.

Shandonagh with five minors and inspired by Mickey Boyle scored six points to regain their lead before Conor Moore pointed a free to level matters (1-12 to 1-12). Unfortunately, Shamrocks were unable to maintain the momentum (the loss through injury of Conor Twomey was important) and were outscored by 1-11 to 0-4 for the remainder of the match. Luke Lenihan raced through from mid-field to point and only a great save from Dj prevented a second Alan Hughes goal. The finish was exquisite, a passable imitation of Joe Brolly, the footballer, without blowing any kisses. James Grogan added a point to establish an 0-5 lead for Shamrocks (1-11 to 1-6). Conor then scored an absolute beauty of a goal when he finished a great move that began with a Conor Twomey knock-down to James Grogan who quickly moved the ball to Kenneth O'Reilly who delivered the final pass to Conor Moore. Shamrocks had to be content with points from Conor Moore, Kenneth O'Reilly and Ross Corroon as Mickey Boyle tagged on points to secure the championship points for Shandonagh, a result which almost certainly means that a play-off will now be needed to decide the qualifier from this division. The next five minutes were Shamrocks finest and began with a Conor Moore pointed free. Jordan Ward put Shamrocks ahead on resumption but almost immediately Mickey Boyle, the most influential player on the field, levelled matters. Mickey Boyle added a point and a goal from Cormac Coyne practically sealed Shamrocks fate especially when an excellent save from the Shandonagh goalkeeper Conor Smyth prevented Conor Moore from scoring his second goal.

Lomans' got a goal which lifted their spirits but which deflated usslightly but the players kept battling until the final whistle.A disappointingend to very good season . Lomans' got off to a good start but our men pulled it back toa scoreline of 10 points to 5 at the half-time break. Lomans' outfit on the day on a scoreline of1:16 to 15 points. Unfortunately , we justcame up short against a superior St. Tyrrellspass came burstingout of the blocks in the second half with several unanswered points to narrowthe gap.

Playing into a strong wind in the first half Tyrrellspass found it hardto get scores on the board and conceding four goals left it a mountain to climbin the second half. Tyrrellspass would like to congratulate Multyfarnham on their winand thank them for a very sporting game. But our boys showed great fight in the second halfand took the game to Multy and but for a few unfortunate missed goal chancesthe result could have been a lot different and we finnaly lost on a score lineof Tyrrellspass 0-12 to Multyfarnham 4-7. Tyrrellspass under 14 team were narrowly beatenby a strong Multyfarnham team in the County Final last Saturday in Cusack Park. Subs; Lee Campbell, NathanFox. Team Jake Haverty, WilliamFeery, Craig Coyne, Sean Dowdall, Thomas Ryan, Conan Feery, Dean Harte, CormacRigney, Jack Langan, Jamie Corcoran, Adam Flanagan ( 0-11), Fergal Walsh,Garry Farrell (0-1), Jack Gallagher, Evan Connell. We would also like to thank allthe young lads who trained so hard this year and their parents for transportingthem to the matches.

Then a disputed effort,which Tyrrellspass supporters felt had split the posts, was waved wide. Egan replied with a point from a free and Denis Glennon added anotherfrom play to leave the minimum between the sides. David Glennon was replaced by brother Denis at therestart but it was the home team who increased their lead to three from a freekick. Two minutes later Tyrrellspass were off themark with a pointed free from Ger Egan. Garrycastle then added another two points before Gavin Hoey launched himselfinto an attack and fed the ball to Ger Egan who found the back of the opponentsnet with aplomb to leave the score 0-6 to 1-1. Tyrrellspass travelled to Garrycastle onTuesday last to take on the home in Div 1 of the ACFL. Just on the stoke of half time Garrycastle scored from another free tolead by two at the break. Garrycastle were quickly offthe mark and scored a point in the first minute. Garrycastle were finding their rangeand scored a further three points in quick succession. It could have been worse butfor a fingertip save from Brendan Daly who deflected a shot onto theTyrrellspass crossbar and away to safety. Garrycastle added another pointbefore Dean McNicholas and Egan added points to leave only one between theteams. On a damp on showeryevening both sides served up a competitive game. After 10 minutes Tyrrellspass weredealt a blow when Conor Slevin picked up an injury and had to leave the field,being replaced by Brendan Sheridan.

Mullingar Shamrocks Club Notes

Next weeks jackpot will be 4,600 andthe draw will take place in Gonouds. Matt Poyntonpro Frank Cunningham, Derek Gavin pro Esker, Ulrika Maher proEamon Wehelan, Kelly Ryan pro Frank Ryan, Jim Guilfoyle pro Liam Maher, Aidanand Owen Martin pro Frank Martin. There was no winner of last weekends lotto jackpot 4,400. Promoters prize went to Sean Harte andplayers prize went to Brendan Daly. Thefollowing people matched three numbers and each recieve 35. Numbers drawn were 2, 4, 7 and 13.

GMS Windows, Rochfortbridge; OTooles Bar Rhode; Amber;Laurell Signs; Elaine Ayers (Post Office); Tullamore Meats; Bethlehem , Pizza& Pasta; Morgan Golf; The Hazel Bar & Restaurant Rahugh; Farrells FamilyButcher; Michael Ryan Fuel Merchant; New Forest Golf Resort; Niall GaviganNurseries; Castle Barna Golf Club, Daingean; Seerys Cash & Carry, Athlone;Mullingar Golf Club; Ger Gill Construction; Joe Glennon, Paining Contractor;Cllr Paul Daly.

CLUB GEAR The Tyrrellspass Gaa supporter's kit, including a beanie hat with clubcrest, official supporter's car/window sticker and pen are now on sale in MarkFarrell's for only 10. MOUTHGUARDS Reminder to all parents that it is now mandatory for all underage players towear mouthguards in training sessions and games for the coming season. LOTTORESULTS There was no winner of last weekend's lotto jackpot of 17,000. Numbersdrawn were 6, 15, 19 and 21. The following peoplematched 3 numbers and each receive 35. Joe Feery c/o Gonouds, Summer +Robin Feery c/o Declen Feery, Charlene Hines c/o Gavin Hoey, Margaret Larkinc/o Frank Martin, Joseph Gavigan c/o Esker Inn and Mariet + Catherine c/oElaine at the Post Office. Promoters prize went to Michael Ryan andplayers prize went to Sean Bagnall. Next weeks jackpot will be 17,000and the draw will take place in the Esker Inn. MEMBERSHIP Membership is now due Adults 25, Family 30 and Juniors 5. It isvery important that all players are paid up members before Sunday's gamesfor insurance reasons. Membership can be paid to registrar Shane Arthuror any committee member.