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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Crusheen kept Feakle to a single point in the second half as they recorded a comprehensive 2-20 1-14 winning margin. After bossing Newmarket-on-Fergus in the opening round, this display was a slump from Feakle, they held a four point advantage over Crusheen in the first half but combusted in the second half when playing against the wind. Cian Dillon at centre back was a solid anchor for the Blood and Bandages for whom Conor ODonnell did the bulk of the scoring with their goals coming courtesy of Breffni Horner and Darragh ODoherty.

To that end, how this element on puck-outs plays itself out will most likely be one of three key defining elements, probably the most significant. Dont be surprised if you see a lot of possession play and weaving of hand-passes in the middle third. The side who do this best/coughs up the fewest turnovers doing this will probably win.

That is not a scenario they would have wanted to find themselves in so they now must deal with that and make sure they are ready. Would we have thought before the championship started that after this weekend, Kilmaley, Newmarket, OCallaghans Mills or Clooney-Quin could all be in the relegation pot? I know that the likes of Cratloe and Ballyea will be gunning to get the win this weekend so they can give themselves that four week break before the quarter-finals, because players in those clubs are also looking towards some really big games in the football championship.

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Cuala for their part, were giving Kilmacud Crokes the hiding of all hidings in the Dublin final, leading by 1-5 to no score after 22 minutes, having put six other efforts wide. They would concede eight unanswered points in the opening seventeen minutes of the second half and, incredibly, would have to come from behind to win in the end.

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It forced a rethink for St. Thomas which they further exploited. Thomas zonal defence, or used their numerical superiority and finesse to weave their way through the centre and pick off points. Thomas tried a similar strategy to Cuala on puck-outs in the All-Ireland semi, but time and time again where the need arose, Ballyea played the puck-out to their spare wing back and either scored directly before facing the St. St.

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I think Paul Flanagan will have to start in the full-back line for Ballyea because that is where the Bridge can do a lot of damage. It will be enthralling to watch the match-ups all over the field and both teams like to play the same type of game in running the ball, and both have the direct option too. If they get to grips with that, then Ballyea can nullify that threat. Tony Kelly and Gary Brennan will have to be around the middle of the field, and the potential of Seadna Morey picking up Kelly could be one to watch. They are trying to play a running game based a little on the Wexford style, and leaving that two man full-forward line inside with Malone and Golden rotating alongside Corry. It could simply come down to this. If Paidi Fitzpatrick is back, that would be a serious addition to their side as he is brilliant defender and could do a man-marking job. We saw glimpses of what they can do the last day but it was against a poor Clarecastle team. They will need to have that in order against a Sixmilebridge team who will be still unsure as to where they are at. Ballyea will need to go back to what they know best and the placing of their team will be vital. If the Bridge can nullify the Tony Kelly and Niall Deasy influence, they will win the game. One of the big questions for Sixmilebridge is who will be put in to take on Niall Deasy? The form of Deasy in the opening round will have alarm bells ringing around Sixmilebridge to see who will pick him up. Ballyea will want the win that bit more to help the football situation too, and that greater need just leads me to give them the nod with Tony Kelly hitting the headlines again. If they cant, then Ballyea win. I am really looking forward to the showdown of Ballyea and Sixmilebridge.

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.

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Both goals were well-worked moves, Conor Deasy found Pa Mulready with a cross-field pass, the wing back having run half the field while Alex Morey fielded in the air before offloading to the clinical Brian Corry for their second goal. Ballyea like Clondegad the previous week appeared far from their best and some bit lacklustre but no one will want to draw the county champions in the third round. Ten points separated Sixmilebridge and Ballyea as it finished 2-21 0-17. It was a performance that certainly earmarked The Bridge as favourites to win the Canon Hamilton. Of their seventeen point tally, Tony Kelly and Niall Deasy contributed fifteen points. Playing to a plan but more importantly as a team, the Davy Fitzgerald coached outfit are going to take stopping.