Rathgormack (@1.28) vs Gaultier (@4.33)

Our Prediction:

Rathgormack will win

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

Gaultier GAA Club is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located on the outskirts of Dunmore East (An Dn Mr Thoir in Irish) which is a popular tourist and fishing village in County Waterford, Ireland. The club is exclusively concerned with Gaelic Football. Situated on the west side of Waterford Harbour on Ireland's southeastern coast, it lies within the barony of Gaultier (Gll Tr "foreigners' land" in Irish): a reference to the influx of firstly Viking (Norwegian) and then Norman settlers in the area.

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.

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.

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Their was good performances from Colm Morris and David Kennedy though. However, they just didnt have the ferocity or urgency to really drive forward on the ball and inflict. They hit a purple patch before the break to go six clear but didnt turn up for the second half. De La Salle tried to box clever with men behind the ball and did their best to keep and build on possession.

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.

Questions were being asked of Clashmores intentions and they answered in style, coming to grips with the pace of the game and Edmond O Halloran heralded their comeback with a fine score from play before Cillian O Keeffe provided for a rasper of a goal by Jason Seward into the roof of the town end goal in the 21st minute, 0-9 to 1-4.

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.

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The game flowed from start to finish with eight scores alone coming inside the first ten minutes. Patrons in Fraher Field were treated to a fantastic SFC opener tonight as Clashmore/Kinsalebeg floored Nire in their opening defence of the Conway Cup, 2-8 to 0-13. 1. There was 27 scores in total with the first coming from Brian OHalloran after only 30 seconds and the last coming from a Brian Wall free dead on the 60th minute.

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He then made a great turnover on Jamie Barron moments later and was a constant source for the ball when Clashmore/Kinsalebeg were playing keep ball to wind down the four minutes of added time. If only the age of the dual star wasnt gone. Tadhg de Brca also played well and he especially stood out in the final five minutes when the result was on the line. There are so many talented footballers in the county not playing football for the county team. Jamie Barron played very well, in particular in the first half. He made a great field in the goalmouth when a long range Brian Wall free dropped into the danger zone on 58 minutes. 6. Brian OHalloran had a stormer tonight.

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However, dramatically, it came back off the post and Nire galloped down the field to have another crack at the opposition defence. The finish was edge of the seat. 9. Four minutes of added time was called for. Paul OConnor was unleashed with a ball into him in the corner and with him and his marker the onlyoutfieldplayers at that end of the pitch he was away in for goal in a one-on-one situation. Clashmore/Kinsalebeg managed to hold on however showing great nerve and strength in defence to keep the champions at bay. Cutting in from an angle he opted to insure the win and went to handpass the ball over the bar.