Kildimo/Pallaskenry (@1.83) vs Blackrock (@2.1)

Our Prediction:

Kildimo/Pallaskenry will win

Kildimo/Pallaskenry – Blackrock Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 08:45

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But again, our backs defended superbly and didnt give away anything easily. They slowly began to peg away at our lead, mainly through long-range frees but they were now starting to punish any discretion and our efforts up to that point perhaps saw us tire a little. We backed this up with another score; Blackrock looked to be moving the ball clear but Dylan Corrigan and Conor Staff did brilliantly to keep the ball there, it was moved out to Adam Butler who picked out Jack OKeeffe in space, who fired his third point of the game! When Darren OConnell won a free out on the left touchline, it gave us a chance to move more than a score clear again, and Adam Butler duly slotted over to give us a four-point lead. However, slowly but surely, Blackrock started to hit points to narrow the gap. We had had all the momentum up to that point in the second half, and had utilised it well but Blackrock would then have their best period of the game in the closing stages.

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Last year, we were desperately disappointed to lose to eventual champions Garryspillane in a county semi-final. This is now our first ever appearance in a Premier Intermediate Hurling Final, and we hope to keep our good records in finals going! Two years ago, in our first ever appearance in an Intermediate Hurling Final, we defeated Glenroe by 10 points and won promotion to the Premier Intermediate grade. But the hurt and disappointment of that defeat has driven the team on this year; the team have learned from that defeat and grown stronger as a result!

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The 1940s was the last time a side from the parish competed at senior level, which is much too long for a proud club. Kildimo and Pallaskenry have been joined at adult level since 2012, officially amalgamating in 2016, and we have come such a long way in that time! It is a huge opportunity for the club to achieve senior status with such a talented crop of players available!

Well done to the management team of John Barry, Brian Butler, Liam Hayes, Brian Barry and Alan Fitzgerald for all their efforts and we still a Football Championship Semi-Final to look forward to! After a great win in the City/South Final, we were hoping to bring home a second Minor A title in three years but sadly, it was not to be. COUNTY MINOR HURLING SEMI-FINAL: Kildimo/Pallaskenry 0-16 Croagh/Kilfinny/Rathkeale 2-16. There was disappointment for our minor hurlers on Wedesday night, as they were knocked out of the Minor Hurling Championship by a well-organised and skilful Croagh/Kilfinny/Rathkeale, who had previously won the West Championship. Again, goals proved the difference in Rhebogue as our opponents managed to get two while preventing us from raising any green flags. It was a disappointing end to the season, but at least we did pick up some silverware along the way and showed there is some great talent in the parish and the future is certainly bright!

We lost Tony McCarthy to a black card in the first half, which was a massive blow but we rallied well in the second half and again, it was our ability to get goals that proved crucial; Liam OSullivan also keeping up his run of goalscoring form. A late goal from Darren OConnell saw us defeat our neighbours Ballybrown in the quarter-final of the Junior Football Championship. JUNIOR A FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINAL: Kildimo/Pallaskenry 3-6 Ballybrown 1-11. It was a tightly-contested battle as youd expect from a match between neighbours and we just about did enough. It means that we have once again proceeded to the County Semi-Final; a stage further than last year but a stage at which we fell in both 2015 & 2016. Its good to be back in a semi-final, but Ballybrown made us work hard for the victory.

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It looked like those two points would halt Blackrocks momentum but credit to them, they never panicked. Time was running out but they hit a point from play and then another free to bring them back to within two points as we entered injury time. We did have chances of our own to open up a two-point lead but were unfortunate to see one go wide, another to drop short and even a goal chance in a schemozzle around the edge of the square, but the ball just wouldnt go in! On the stroke of sixty minutes, they landed a free to leave just one point between the teams to give the spectators a dramatic finale. Another long-range free closed the gap again, and they dug deep, crowding out our half-forwards and midfield, and began to work the opportunities to claw the gap back.