Naomh Eanna (@1.25) vs Glenariffe (@4.0)

Our Prediction:

Naomh Eanna will win

Naomh Eanna – Glenariffe Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 07:30

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The second half began much like the first with Creggan ontop and not giving Naomh anna an inch.The intensity they brought and pressure they put on the Hightown Roadside was creating errors but they didnt make the most of their superiority. McGoldricks sixth of the match and firstfrom play opened the scoring in the 36th minute but came after atrio of missed chances by the Kickhams.

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As the rain continued to pour on the Whitehill pitch,Creggan started with tremendous intensity and refused to let Naomh annasettle. With tackles crunching andchasing in packs, Creggan opened the scoring with Oran McCann firing over abrace of frees before the sixth minute.The Kickhams were relentless in those opening exchanges with theirtackling and starved Naomh anna of space and time all over. They went into a deserved three point leadwhen Kevin Rice fired over and it was all one way traffic, such was the startCreggan made.

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Manus Mullan split the posts for Naomh anna finishing asimple but effective move as the Hightown Road side began to make better use ofthe sliotar. Creggan were still tigerishand relentless with their tackling but Naomh anna remained calm and whenMcGoldrick fired over his second point from play, he restored parity to thescore line with just under a quarter of the match remaining.

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Creggan were back on terms by the eight minute of the secondhalf when Sam Maguire and Oran McCann (free) fired over and as the Cregganbench found their voices in approval of their sides efforts, they sensedvictory. Conor Smalls first of thematch restored their lead soon after and Creggan were worthy of their lead andput for more missed chances, they could have been further ahead.

With enough time remaining, Creggan continued to push forthe scores that would restore their championship dreams but their radar leftthem when they needed it most. The Naomhanna defence were superb in those closing stages and held off the Creggancharge. The Kickhams men had a lateshout for a penalty turned down when Conor Small was felled in the box but theshots fell on deaf ears as referee Mark ONeill waved play on.

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St Pauls began to go for goals in the time that remainedbut were denied by Rogers in the Naomh anna goals along with some astutedefending. Aaron Carey landed a 65 inthe last minute of normal time but Naomh anna had the final say withOConnors third free of the match along with Cuinns third white flag togive the Hightown Road side a winning margin of 2-9 to 1-6.

St Pauls started the contest brightly and but for somewayward shooting, they could have built a substantial lead before Naomh annascored their opening point of the match in the 16th minute. Indeed were it not for the reflexes of PearseRodgers between the sticks, the Shaws Road side would have scored a major inthe opening seconds. Rogers denying CaoimhinKillyleagh.