Aldergrove (@2.25) vs Moneyglass (@1.8)
05-10-2019

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Moneyglass will win

Aldergrove – Moneyglass Match Prediction | 05-10-2019 12:00

Ciaran Loney added to his sides tally which left the visitors leading by double scores as Aaron McGarry replaced Thomas Gallagher and with his first kick of the ball he helped himself to an opportunist goal. The visitors hit a purple patch at this point however, scoring 1.06 without reply to virtually put the game out of reach of their opponents. Mark Torbitt had the final say with a point to leave the visitors winning by 1.14 v 1.08. Niall McCann and James Gallagher hit a brace a piece and Fergus Cunningham struck a good point from a difficult angle. To their credit back came the hosts and were rewarded with a goal from the penalty spot expertly taken by Conor Dixon.

Leagues all finalised and Championships at the business end of things.Hurling: Senior - Semi Finals played as double header yesterday with St Johns and Cushendall having to do it all again after playing out a draw. Likely a Lisburn/Ardoyne final. Should be a GNM win.Football:At the semi finals stage with the fixtures to be played over the coming weekend.Senior - first semi between Casements Portglenone and Lamh Dhearg on Saturday with St Galls and Cargin meeting on Sunday. Two tight games with perhaps Moneyglass and Aldergrove shading it.Junior - Lisburn v O'Donnells and Ballycastle v Ardoyne. Dunloy wait the winners or the replay after defeating Loughgiel by 3 points.Intermediate - Carey Faughs to play Sambo managed St Endas in the final after semi final wins over Sarsfields and Glenariffe respectively.Junior - looks to be an all city affair as St Pauls have already claimed their place with the other semi seeing Rasharkin and Gort na Mona play this Wed night. Could go either way but if was to stick neck out would go for a LD and Cargin final though could as easy be the other pairing.Intermediate - Con Magees Glenravel play Moneyglass in first semi on Saturday with Aldergrove and St Pauls playing on Sunday.

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Moneyglass overcame Glenravel in the first Intermediate semi and a late burst from Aldergrove in the closing minutes seen them pip St Pauls in the other. And GNM beat Rasharkin during the week and will now meet St Pauls in the Junior with Carey and St Endas playing in the Intermediate. So after the weekend pretty much know the deciders across the board with the exception being the Senior Football semi between Casements Portglenone and Lamh Dhearg which, having enjoyed the replay so much in the previous round PG1 decided to convert a penalty with the last kick of the game and force another one.Elsewhere, Cargin made light work of St Galls in the other Senior semi and await the winners of the replay. In the Junior Lisburn and Ardoyne will contest the final.In the hurling Cushendall beat St Johns in the Senior replay yesterday to set up a showdown with Dunloy in Ballycastle next Sunday. Match to be shown live on TG4.

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When Kelly split the posts in the 14th minute forthe St Ergnats to put nine between the sides, they were dominant and gave thevisitors very little in the way of chances.Ryan ONeill opened their account with a point from distance with theoutside of his boot and would signal the start of a mini revival by thevisitors. They went onto score a furtherthree points unanswered from Christy Sheerin (two) and Ciaran Dobbin.

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Monaghan Senior Football ChampionshipPenalty shoot-outs are the biggest talking points so far. So as it stands now:Scotstown are in one semi final and they await the winners of Ballybay v Carrickmacross.Clontibret are in the other semi final and they will play the winners of Truagh v Latton. Scotstown prevailed 4-2 on penalties and Truagh are now into the back door which is now really a quarter final. The latest game to end level after extra time was Scotstown v Truagh last sunday.

From a kickout late inthe game Aldergroves Brian McQuillan wonpossession and drove the ball over thebar for what turned out to be the winning score. With darkness closing in the game would not have beenfinished had it not been for the floodlights being turned on as James Gallagherand Fergal Burke exchanged points with time running out. James Gallagher was now operating on the edgeof the square and added a pointed free and one from play to leave the scoreslevel and it was clear this one was going to go to the wire. The visitors thenenjoyed a period of ascendancy and could have settled the issue but were guiltyof some poor shooting and were to pay for those misses.

Owen Gallagher showed all his class when he jinked through for a point for the visitors but when Seamus McGarry while under severe pressure was fouled, he landed a point from the resultant free to edge the home side two in front once more. The young Chapel Hill side was tiring on the heavy pitch when the management made three changes which settled the side down. Connor Morris got on the score sheet with an excellent point as play continued to swing from end to end. From the throw-in Owen Gallagher broke free and landed the equalizing score but Seamus McGarry showed all his experience to slip his marker and put his side back in front. Thomas Gallagher closed the gap to the minimum when he split the posts with a beauty before Brian McQuillan replied to extend the home sides lead with a point from some distance.

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Michael McCourt pointed a free as thehalftime whistle blew to leave the score 0-5 to 0-4 in the home sides favour. Corner forward Conor Dixon got the home side up and runningwith an excellent point before the ever reliable Michael McCourt had the scoreslevel with a pointed free. Francis McMeel put his side back in front with apoint from play but Glenavy moved ahead with a pointed free by Michael McCourtand two from open play from Niall McCann and Ciaran Loney (this was thedisputed point). Back came the side in blue and gold with three of their ownfrom Conor Dixon, Mark Torbitt and a pointed free from Francis McMeel to puttheir side one in front once more.