Ballyea (@1.36) vs Crusheen (@3.5)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Ballyea will win

Ballyea – Crusheen Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 11:15

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Both did well which is timely considering the performance of some referees has left a lot to be desired. Now more than ever the performance of referees at local and national level is facing more scrutiny, Shannons Chris Maguire was handed his highest profile game at club level in Clare taking charge of the meeting of Sixmilebridge and Ballyea, another young referee Niall Malone was the man in the middle for Newmarket-on-Fergus versus OCallaghans Mills.

Lucan Sarsfields did it in Dublin and gave us a game only a tactician could enjoy. Any side who are going to topple Cuala are going to have to be prepared to play puck-outs to their own half back line, as Cualas forwards drop off into their own half. In the end, though slightly tactically out-manoeuvred, they probably didnt have the quality to beat Cuala.

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They are now facing a Clonlara team that are a little more psychical down the spine of the team and will have a big threat up front, so there will need to be a plan for that. Looking first at the Eire g v Clonlara tie, the match-ups here are going to be so vital. I think Clonlara have a lovely mix of youth and experience and have that siege mentality and are working for each other. They will be ready for another challenge and they should be moving on to a quarter-final spot. They were spirited and hungry against Kilmaley and worked to a game-plan and executed it brilliantly. The battle on the edge of the square with John Conlon and Aaron Fitzgerald will be vital and if Fitzgerald can break even, Eire g are in with a serious chance. It is the quarter-finals that are on the minds of the other eight teams this weekend and there will be some crackers in that winners round. Eire g wont be too put out about having the game on in Broadford either because it is a lovely surface and there is not that space for the Clonlara forwards to exploit like you would have in Cusack Park. The potential battles of Shane ODonnell v Oisn OBrien and Colm Galvin v David Reidy are also intriguing, but if I was over either team I would be trying to make sure those players are kept away from each other so they can do more damage. The thing I will be really looking for is can Eire g put performances back-to-back.

Thomas in the semi-final at Semple Stadium.[8]Having led by 13 points in the second half, they overcame a late fightback by St. In 2016, Ballyea coached by Robbie Hogan won their first ever Clare Senior Hurling Championship when they defeated Clonlara in the final by 214 to 114 after a replay.[1]The next week on 6 November, they defeated Thurles Sarsfields from Tipperary in the Munster Semi-final by 418 to 122 after extra-time.[2][3]On 20 November 2016, Ballyea won the Munster Senior Club Hurling Championship after a 121 to 210 victory over Glen Rovers at Semple Stadium.[4][5][6][7]On 4 February 2017, Ballyea qualified for the 2017 All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship Final after a 119 to 214 win against St.

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Both plays ended with Limerick scores and the writing was on the wall as early as the 10th minute, by which time the hosts had surged into a 0-6 to 0-1 lead. Duggan and Shanagher both had goal chances early on, Declan Hannon and Sean Finn producing timely interventions to keep the green flag rooted in the ground. The visitors managed to pare the margin back to three by the 21st minute, but no closer would they come.