Sixmilebridge (@1.22) vs Eire Og (@4.5)

Our Prediction:

Sixmilebridge will win

Sixmilebridge – Eire Og Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 11:00

The suspicion is that Sixmilebridges vulnerability in this regard will be minimal, when you consider the top-class coaches and management around the squad. An already strong squad will be aided by the return of Alan Mulready, Paid Fitzpatrick and Cathal Lynch to the fold and Crowes side will take all the beating in the race for the Canon Hamilton.

A key factor in the tallies that Sixmilebridge have been amassing to date is the manner in which that scoring burden is shared around. The threat of Malone and Corry in the inside line is a potent one and the free-taking of Alex Morey ensures any indiscretion will be punished. There are attacking threats throughout the team with Seadna Morey, Jason Loughnane and Caimin Morey all capable of doing damage from distance while Jamie Shanahan, Cathal Malone and Brian Corry are also causing problems for opposition defences.

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Taking on Sixmilebridge now, who are probably everyones favourites after two impressive wins, wont be easy. We went the long way around to get here, but were here and thats what matters. ire g have been in the quarter-finals the last few years and we were keen to get back there again this year. We know it is a tough task at hand but, in the end, these are the challenges you want and we will see where we are come 6pm on Saturday evening, he said. They have been impressive so far, particularly in beating last years champs, putting in a ruthless display. At the start of the year, when you sit down to set goals, this is where you want to be. Everyone saw their performance against Ballyea and every year expectations are high below in Sixmilebridge, perhaps even more so this year with the high-profile management team in place.

Little did we know however that there were 6 torturous minutes of injury time to be played. With the first of these Guiney hit a rocket of a shot to the top left corner trimming the deficit to 4 points , thankfully for us his 2nd effort barely cleared the crossbar and we were still a goal to the good. During this period Tipp had us under pressure and won 2 penalties.

I was doing a bit of research into the history of the fixture and I discovered the unusual statistic that the two sides managed to meet four times in county finals in 11 months. In 1983, the sides met again and it was a draw once more, with the Bridge winning the replay. I thought that was a nice stat, Tim said. They met in the 1982 final and it was a draw, so there was a replay, which ire g won.

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There is a luxury of being a one code club in that you get a few extra nights of training each week. When youre in a dual club, as we are, it is about recovery from week-to-week and its about building energy levels back up. The hard work is done throughout the year and its all about preserving energy from here on in, Shannon concluded. When youre winning games, I dont see it as a disadvantage, as theres a good vibe about the place.

Slowly but surely, our boys began to settle and started to hurl, our half backs and midfield began to get on loose ball, Shane Murphy thundered into the game at half forward , and Eoin O'Neill began to make an impact too. They had 3 points on the board before we even got out of our own half. A monster score from play by Brian Cody followed by a tricky free converted by Rory Hayes settled us down , but Tipp quickly hit 1-02 unanswered giving them a 6 point lead. In Sunday's final, Tipperary came out with all guns blazing and looked like they were going to blow us off the field. Our full-backs, who were marking 2 household names, began to come to grips too after a difficult opening and, with Rory Hayes imperious on the frees, we hit 6 of the last 7 scores of the first half and went in level at halftime - Tipp 1-07 Na Fianna 0-10.

Eventually Matthew Mouse Fogarty won possession and, as one observer said, looked like he was going to keep running until he reached the Abbey Tavern. This 60+ yard run sealed the deal and the final whistle, which arrived seconds later, was seeet music to our ears. Although out on their feet, our backs were like frenzied dogs around every ruck and came out with a few vital dirty balls. The cup was presented , amid great scenes, to our Captain Eoin Soup Condon who proceeded to give a fine speech as Gaeilge.

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He looks to be an obvious psychical match for Cathal Malone while Liam Corry could be detailed to pick up Corry. It could well be Shane Golden that is released to pick up him while the potential clash of Seadna Morey and Shane ODonnell is one to look forward to. The middle third will be as crucial as ever and Sixmilebridge will know they need to curb David Reidys influence. Eire g will need to ensure they get the match-ups right and Aaron Fitzgerald will have a key role to play.