Burgess (@1.25) vs Ballina (@4.0)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Burgess will win

Burgess – Ballina Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 12:30

The bitter rivals will meet after the Rabbitohs defeated the Roosters last week but both teams will look different here with players set to return to bolster the ranks - but it should be more help to the home side. The Roosters are now only missing Jake Friend from their strongest 17 and with home advantage also on their side, they can progress to the semi-finals. The NRL play-offs get underway with a blockbuster clash between Sydney Roosters and South Sydney Rabbitohs.

We were now two adrift again. Brian Hogan reduced the deficit with another excellent point but the Port response was yet again immediate with James Ryan adding to his tally. Damien OBrien forced an unbelievable save from county keeper Darren Gleeson in the lead up to this incident and this was a turning point in the game as we really needed a goal to drive on against the breeze. The Murray free was looked more of a penalty to be fair but the referee after consulting with his umpires awarded a 21. To our lads credit they fought back once more and had the game level on the 42nd minute with points from Murray (free) and Peter Gill.

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Once again straight from the throw in it was Stephen Murray got the scoring underway with fine point from 50m. Three minutes later a harsh over carrying call against Tossy gave Eoin Kelly another pointed free, this time from the middle of the field. The Mullinahone backs had failed to deal with a long range Murray free leaving Bill with a simple tap in. Three minutes later the ever accurate Eoin Kelly replied with a pointed free for Mullinahone. A minute later though, Kellys point was more than cancelled out when Bill OFlaherty scrambled home his second goal for the day to give us a healthy 3-7 to 0-9 lead. Another two pointed frees from Kelly left the score Burgess 3-8 Mullinahone 0-12 after 10 minutes of the 2nd half. Our indiscipline was allowing Mullinahone back into this game. Burgess answered that score immediately with an absolute monster of a score from Noel Gleeson.

This ferocity in the tackle may go some way toward explaining our wayward shooting in the first half which was completelyat odds with the accuracy displayed last week. This was a definite step up in intensity from our first game in this competition last week against Ballina. The opening exchanges in this game were marked by fierce tackling by the Mullinahone backs.

A minute later Stephen Murray was out in front after an intelligent early delivery from Timmy Hogan to burn his marker and put Burgess into a one point lead. Burgess were now cruising with twenty one minutes gone and their lead stretched out to a comfortable six points, 2-11 to 1-8. Another free and another point from Murray. After furious end to end hurling Brackens notched a fine point from play to reduce the Burgess lead to two points. Burgess, however, responded almost immediately with clinical point by Eoin Hogan to restore our one goal lead. 1-7 to 2-6. 2-4 to 1-7. Murray was on hand again to score from play after he showed well for a free from Timmy Hogan out of defence to stretch the Burgess lead to a clear goal. 2-8 to 1-8. Burgess, now wind assisted, levelled the game with scarcely a minute elapsed through Noel Gleeson after some fine link up play. Brackens clawed back a point through a free after Paddy Hogan was harshly judged to have over carried the ball out of defence. 2-7 to 1-8. 2-7 to 1-7. Murray pointed once again on the fourth minute after being set up by Brian Hogan to increase our advantage to two points. The Burgess lead extended to five points moments later when Stephen Murray fired over a long range free making the score Burgess 2-10, JK Brackens 1-8. Brackens however hadnt come to Kilcolman to make up the numbers and bagged 1-2 in the final 9 minutes to leave Burgess the winners by the slenderest of margins, 2-11 to 2-10. A malfunction on the Brackens short puckout gifted the ever alert and predatory Eoin Hogan another point from play in the seventeenth minute. Stephen Murray was on hand again to point a close in free after Brian Hogan was felled as he raced through the Brackens defence. 2-4 to 1-6.

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Stephen Murray had us off the mark inside the first minute with a pointed free. By the twelfth minute we had the deficit reduced to a single goal with another Murray free to make the score Burgess 0-3 Kilruane 1-3. Kilruane responded with a goal and a point, the goal a rasper from county minor star Cian Darcy, before Stephen Murray was on hand the get our second point of the game atthe eighth minute mark.

Two frees for Stephen Murray, an Eoin Hogan point from play that could easily have found the net and then within a minute two amazing long range scores from Mike OFlaherty and Peter Gill which pushed Burgess into a one point lead. Burgess 0-19 Borris 2-12. The character of this Burgess team was now put to the test and they responded in fine fashion bagging the next five scores without reply.

Prediction correct score: 3 - 1

It has to be said though that the open two of their salvo were got from two very, very debateable frees. Peter Gill edged Burgess further in front on the 27th minute with a well taken point after a patient attacking build up but for the nest 6 minutes Borris were in the ascendancy hitting five points without reply. All was not lost however and Murray free on the 35th minute had Burgess trailing by only a point at half time, Burgess 0-12 Borris 1-10. A half it has to be said that Burgess, for the most part dominated but bizarrely found themselves trailing in. Two Murray frees, the second an absolute monster, had the scoreboard looking more indicative of Burgesss dominance to this point, Burgess 0-8 Borris 0-5. Murray had another point from play on the 20th minute after a Borris short puckout went awry. Another long rang Murray free and Burgess seemed to be cruising but straight from the resulting puckout Conor Kenny found himself unmarked and crashed the ball passed Niall McGrath in the Burgess goals.