Naomh Eanna (@1.25) vs Glenariffe (@4.0)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Naomh Eanna will win

Naomh Eanna – Glenariffe Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 07:30

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A brace of frees from Oisin Cuinn and Luke OConnor gaveNaomh anna the lead and one they would hold onto for the remainder of thegame. OConnor and Paul Og Donnellyswapped points before Naomh anna landed the first telling blow of thefinal. Smyths effort somehow managingto evade Fionn Ireland between the sticks for St Pauls and give Naomh anna afour point half time lead.

Fast forward two years, division two hurling and no extra time this time as Naomh anna won another round. The referee for the match was Paul Hughes and the game as expected was a tight affair with the official recorded score being @Naomh anna 0.17, Glenariffe Oisn CLG 0.16, so with just the bear minimum separating the teams, the result gave the home team four wins from seven.

The second half began much like the first with Creggan ontop and not giving Naomh anna an inch.The intensity they brought and pressure they put on the Hightown Roadside was creating errors but they didnt make the most of their superiority. McGoldricks sixth of the match and firstfrom play opened the scoring in the 36th minute but came after atrio of missed chances by the Kickhams.

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Those missed chances came back to haunt them in the finalquarter however. Naomh anna dug deep inthe closing stages and with John McGoldrick in imperious form over placed ball,they took a two point lead for the first time in the match with two minutesremaining. Creggan threw everything andthe kitchen sink at the death and they had calls for a penalty turned down deepin injury time but Naomh anna clung on to claim a nervy win in the end.

Another opportunity from a free and John McGoldrick would convert his fifth and restore the home sides lead, N 0.14, GA 0.13, the other scorer in chief James Haughey brought the side level on twenty seven minutes played in the second half, N 0.14, GA 0.14. as the time ticked away it was clear that a scorable free could be the difference, John McGoldrick from 65m made it, N 0.15, GA 0.14, with two minutes of normal time remaining.

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The beginning of the second half would continue as the first ended, both team would go at tit for tat, Haughey would add another for the visitors, N 0.06, GA 0.07 and Aaron Cosgrove would make it N 0.06, GA 0.08, and the introduction of John McGoldrick would see his addition with a response to the Glenariffe onslaught, N 0.07, GA 0.08, but The big Glenariffe number eight would add a quick second, N 0.07, GA 0.09.

In the first half Glenariffe won three 65s and scored only one, it was telling that for both teams the shorts and wides was high, this keeping the score at halftime to six points each. As usual at six Manus Mullans influence and awareness was brilliant to see. A side-line by Ollie Breen, gave Killian Jennings an opportunity to open his and the home sides account and that he did, N 0.01, GA 0.01.