Walsh Island (@1.5) vs Ballycumber (@2.87)
13-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Walsh Island will win

Walsh Island – Ballycumber Match Prediction | 13-09-2019 15:00

Tullamore too have been quite competitive at this level and their narrow win over Kilclonfert back in May gives them the whip hand, though their most recent performance was very discouraging. Ballyfore are still struggling to deal with the loss of Conor Evans, but if they can retain their belief and their focus, they have enough ability to sneak a tight game here. Ballyfore come into this game on the back of two defeats, but any kind of win here combined with a heavy defeat for Kilclonfert against Walsh Island would see the Edenderry parish club advance to the knockout stages.

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They defeated Limerick by 316 to 213. The Vocational Schools team has made it to 12 All-Ireland Vocational Schools Championship finals but have never won one. The county has since gone on to win three other All-Irelands. Perhaps Offaly's most famous win came in the All-Ireland Final of 1994 in what has come to be remembered as the "five minute final." Limerick looked set to win their first All-Ireland title since 1973 until Offaly staged one of the greatest comebacks of all time, scoring two goals and five points in the last five minutes.

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Well done to all the lads involved. Final score Walsh Island 2-10, Ballycumber 0-15. It's a team game, and although reluctant to single anyone out, mention has to be made of Brian Connor's goal, pure top drawer. A super result for the Seniors on Saturday evening against Ballycumber in Killeigh. However great attitude and some good scores to get back into the game, and then grab the win right at the end. It was great for Walsh Island to return to Senior football after 26 years with a win.8 points down with 20 minutes left, some below par performances, and it was starting to feel like a day to forget. 'Welcome to Senior football' was a phrase that could be heard from the watching crowd, and indeed it was looking like a rough welcome back to the top ranks.

More details for each age group is set out below. The Spring Seriesof coaching session will focus on both hurling and football during the same 1 hour sessions. The under-age season is to commence in earnest in the coming weeks as the club launch a number of newinitiatives in relation to the youngest age groups. We have lots of enthusiasticcoaches ready to go and parents are welcome to get involved if you are interested - justapproachone of our Coaches at the sessions. This new departure aims to promote both of our fantastic games among our growing numbers at under-age level.

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Walsh Island struck back with two points from play. Luke Gavin Mangan and Colin Daly added points from play to stretch the lead. With the opposition reduced to thirteen players it was inevitable that gaps would appear and after a few failed attempts to find the player close to goal. Adrian pointed another free and Cormac Quinn got his second point from a free after a foul on John Egan. John Egan won possession and made ground before kicking a perfect pass to Nigel Grennan in space and he drove the ball to the back of the net. Michael Egan was playing very well at midfield in his first senior start for some time got his first point from play. Luke Gavin Mangan kicked the last point of the game to secure victory in a very impressive display of football by all players. Adrian then added a point from play. The second half was only a minute old when Walsh Island reduced the lead with a point from a free. Walsh Island completed their tally with a point from a free.

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Once again the introduction of fresh legs paid dividends with Ritchie Dunne, Conrad Casey, Brian Halligan, Mel Guinan and Diarmuid Donoghue adding strength and determination. Joe kicked three more points, one from play and two from frees, one of which was from 45 metres. Conrad scored a point after a run through the defence. Another substitute, minor player Luke Gavin Mangan got on the end of a passing movement to drill the ball into the net and Conrad completed the scoring with his second score of the game. The scoring rate dropped in the first half of the second period with Joe Lowry getting three points on the 5th, 10th and 15th minutes.

However, a quick look at some of the names available to Rhode - the McNamees, the Sullivans, the Darbys, Paschal Kelleghan, Roy Malone - and it"s hard to see a performance as poor as they put in against Shannonbridge being repeated. Ferbane have rediscovered their pride and won"t concede an inch, but Rhode are still the class act in Offaly and should prove that once again on Sunday afternoon. If both sides repeated their performance from last Sunday week, there would be every chance that Ferbane would get the four-point win that they need to guarantee their progression into the next round.

Their loss to Clara showed quite how far the club have fallen and unless they can turn things around, they look like they"ll struggle this Sunday too. Raheen have been extremely disappointing in this years IFC and appear to be regressing after several years of playing very competitively at this level. Bracknagh also had a difficult outing in round two of this years championship, shipping 3-18 to St Brigid"s, but the Croghan men are demolishing all round them this year and if Bracknagh can put that one-off result behind them, they can win this.

Subs: Scott Brady for P Flanagan, Stephen Deehan(0-2 frees)or T Deehan, Paul Deehan(0-2) for K OMeara, Alan Cronin for C Sheridan and Joey Deehan for S OBrien. The Clara team was: Kevin Meehan, Liam Monaghan, John Ledwith, David Ledwith, Darren Kelly, John Ledwith, Andrew Cushen(1-0), Peter Flanagan(0-1), Kieran OMeara(0-1), Lorcan Hiney(0-1), Marius Stones, Caomhan Sheridan(0-2), Darren Scanlon(0-1 free), Stephen OBrien(0-1), Thomas Deehan(0-3). Clara defeated Edenderry in the division 1 football league on Saturday last in Edenderry on a score line of 1-14 to 1-9.

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The turning point of the game came midway through the half when in the space of 5 mins St Rynaghs got clear of the Raheen inside line twice to dispatch 2 goals. Two more points followed for St Rynaghs to Raheens one before the end of the half and so at the break St Rynaghs led 2-04 to 0-03. St Rynaghs increased their lead early in the second half with another 3 points to Raheens 2. Raheens 2013 playing season finally got underway last Saturday afternoon as the Intermediate Footballers opened their Div 2 League campaign against St Rynaghs in Cloghan but there was no joy for Raheen as St Rynaghs came out on top to claim the win on a scoreline of 2-09 to 1-07. RAHEEN: Mark Byrne, Cathal Maher, Shane Carroll, Tommy Spollen, Brian Corcoran, Brian Kehoe, Mick McMenamin, Padraig Bracken (0-02), Declan Byrne, Mikey Keogh, Willie Stynes (0-02), Brian Crombie (0-01), Liam Gorman (1-00), John Crombie, Richie Reynolds (0-01). SUBS: Paddy Rigney (for Mikey Keogh), Niall Dempsey (0-01) (for John Crombie), Eoghan Bolton (for Richie Reynolds). Then on 14 mins Raheen gave themselves hope when a set of short passes through the centre saw the ball worked into the square where Liam Gorman got the final touch to crack in a goal but this would be as close as they would get with both sides adding just 2 more points apiece in the remaining mins of the game. The early stages were evenly contested and after 10 mins both sides had registered 2 points apiece.

If he spends his time going from side to side and hitting in long-range shots over crowded defences, Shannonbridge"s scorers will be starved of possession and Tullamore will get home, possibly by the four point margin that they need. Shannonbridge will have their work cut out handling the effervescent pairing of Gearid O"Grady and Shane Dooley, but Ferbane exposed Tullamore"s mental fragility last time out and Shannonbridge could easily do the same this weekend. The key lies with Jason Kelly - if he moves the ball along and doesn"t overplay it some fifty metres from goals, Shannonbridge will win. We"re going to predict Kelly will learn his lesson from the Rhode match and Tullamore to go from county champions to relegation candidates by Sunday evening.