Fuerty (@2.0) vs Elphin (@2.0)

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Fuerty – Elphin Match Prediction | 07-09-2019 13:15

A foul on Fintan Cregg saw Matt Hynes point the resultant free in the 43rd minute. A fine run by Fintan Cregg saw the centre-forward find the target to open his sides account in the 18th minute.Matt Hynes cut the deficit to the minimum before Eamon Bannon tagged on Fuertys fourth to leave the score at 0-4 to 0-2 at the break. It was a sizeable lead by any standards and a particularly comfortable one given the conditions.It was very difficult for freetakers with strong gusts of wind testing players judgement. Early on, Fuerty were that bit more economical. It was at this point that the character of this Elphin side came to the fore. He set off on a run, weighed up his options before deciding to have a pop at goal himself. Elphin 0-7 Fuerty 0-6A Fintan Cregg inspired Elphin side produced a terrific battling performance and staged a fine comeback to claim the Tansey Cup Final in miserable conditions at Kiltoom on Saturday. And chief among Elphins fightback in the second half was a Leaving Cert student called Fintan Cregg. Frees from Mervyn Connaughton and Tom Hickey along with a Hickey effort from play gave Fuerty a good cushion. Cregg then landed a free to cut the lead to a point before he turned provider for Matt Hynes to level up the game in the 49th minute, the latter firing over a beautiful point having judged the elements brilliantly. The likes of Dermot Neary and Niall Travers (who was lucky to stay on the field after an earlier incident) were epitomising the Elphin spirit at this stage.And with the momentum with Elphin, one sensed they were always the more likely to kick the winner in the final ten minutes. Their workrate increased.They played with a greater belief. Tom Reddington and Eamon Bannon were prominent in midfield. The young student was destined to kick the winner. It was a disappointing defeat for Fuerty who will wonder how they didnt manage to put this game beyond Elphins reach early in the second half. Three minutes later, the same combination was repeated. His shot sailed over. Indeed, just before the break, Tom Hickey saw an effort waved wide that appeared to creep inside the post. Within nine minutes of the second half Hickey had extended Fuertys lead to four with two points (one free). Bannons surging runs caused Elphin problems, while Tom Hickey was on song at cornerforward, kicking a tremendous point in the 38th minute. Fielding a host of players with senior championship experience, Elphin simply werent producing the standard of play their individual talents suggested they could.After 15 minutes, Elphin trailed by three points. The AllIreland minor winner from 2006 covered acres of ground, picked up loads of possession on the 40 and showed a level of maturity and composure way beyond his years.Earlier in the week, Fintan was voted MVP in the All-Ireland Schools Senior Volleyball Final. It has been an amazing couple of days for the multitalented sportsman. Fuerty will have gone away from this game wondering how they managed to lose. However, Fuerty found a second wind after Elphin drew level but they just couldnt manage to work a score.With three minutes remaining, Fintan Cregg gathered possession around midfield. With 20 minutes remaining, they led by 0-6 to 0-2. And with every score their confidence grew.

Clann's grouping with Western Gaels, Pearses and Boyle is something else. Any news on the draws ? It would not surprise me if they did not make it out of the group as none of the other teams have anything like these injuries. Any word on when the club championship will start ? Strokestown and Faithleaths are dark horses for me. Clann are really struggling at the moment, 2/3 big players could be out with injuries like Fergal Lennon, Ultan Harney, and Donie Shine. Pearses up there this year with Gaels, Brigids and Clann.

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Unfortunately for them, they did not translate their few periods of dominance into scores and, once Aidan Dooney cracked home Faithleachs second goal, they were always chasing the game.Elphin will also point to the loss through injury of influential midfielder Brian Higgins 20 minutes into the first half. Less than a minute later, Faithleachs struck for their first goal. Brian Cregg, who was moved from defence, took a pass from Collins, and, on the run, hit a piledriver into the top right-hand corner, for as good as goal youll see all year.Derek Thompson, who had a fine game between the posts for Faithleachs, had no chance. When they moved the ball quickly, they had the Faithleachs defence at sixes and sevens. This dingdong tie saw Elphin go ahead again in the 36th minute Collins again doing the needful.The game really needed one of the teams to take it by the scruff of the neck and Faithleachs duly obliged. The last of the first-half action saw Collins level matters again, 1-4 to 07.Elphin went in front immediately from the throw-in John Collins scoring from play. St. Points from Shane Tiernan, John Collins (2) and Fintan Cregg saw the sides level by the 25th minute. Advancing into Elphins half, he fed Enda Kenny, who was careering through the Elphin defence. Faithleachs hit back through a Kenny free three minutes later. Although Higgins made a Dara OShea-like return to the action with ten minutes remaining, it was too little too late for Elphin.Faithleachs hit the ground running and had 1-1 on the scoreboard inside three minutes Alan Brehon shooting over after receiving a pass from Martin Reynolds. Faithleachs were good value for their win and must be quietly fancying their chances of going one step further than last year. Faithleachs and Elphin served up an absolute cracker of a quarter-final at ORourke Park, Castlerea on Sunday evening.This game was real championship fare great passages of play, full commitment from both sides and some superb score-taking. In a ten-minute spell from the 38th minute, they outscored Elphin by 1-5 to nil. Elphin never recovered fully from this avalanche of scores.Points from Vesey (2), Kenny (2), Reynolds, coupled with a fantastic goal from Aidan Dooney, saw Faithleachs race into a 2-11 to 0-9 lead by the 50th minute. That should be another contest to savour with both sides in tremendous form at the moment. Dooneys goal was a beauty a wonderfully directed rocket from the corner of the small square into the left-hand corner of Shane Reynolds net.It was now do-or-die for Elphin and, to their credit, they fought hard to get back into the game. Elphin, for their part, will count themselves unlucky.For periods of this game, they were the dominant team. St. Fintan Cregg cut the gap to four points from a free and the game was in the boiling pot again.Faithleachs kept their cool in the latter stages. Another Vesey free extended their lead to five with four minutes left and despite some concerted Elphin presure, Faithleachs deservedly held out to win. Kenny ran about 20 yards and from the edge of the large square unleashed a piledriver that flew high into the top of the net.Elphin remained calm and worked their way back into the game. Next up for Faithleachs is a semifinal date with Padraig Pearses. Faithleachs 2-12 Elphin 1-10St. James Vesey edged Faithleachs in front with a 26th-minute effort, before Collins and Stuart Roddy points put Elphin in front for the first time in the game.Vesey replied with two frees to nose Faithleachs ahead again. Senan OGrady superbly fielded the ball from an Elphin kickout.

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Clann had a good win over Roscommon Gaels in the final round of league fixtures though I heard Gaels played most of the second half with 14 men. Brigids are beginning to get a number of players now back for championship so will not be far away. Pearses look decent, had a good win against Brigids in final round of the league. Clann are missing a number of key players too with Ultan Harney and Jack Connaughton definitely not available. Gaels will be decent again this year but missing probably two or three key players. Western Gaels had a big win over Fuerty. Looking forward to the championship next weekend two and if I was to select two to contest the senior final it would be Brigids and Pearses.

Roddy (0-1). Kenny (1-3, two frees), D. Neary; J. Murtagh, S. Hussey (52 mins), P. Higgins, S. Murray, A. Reynolds; M. Reynolds (0-1); A. Glancy, B. Carney, P. Brehon (0-1), P. Ormsby; S. Kenny for D. Higgins for J. Faithleachs attacks. Regan.Man of the Match: Derek Thompson (St. Collins (0-6, one free), B. Cregg (0-2, two frees), C. Fox, J. Murray, A. McCormack, Diarmuid Thompson; D. OGrady, M. Wallace; J. OConnor, J. Its not too often that goalkeepers get awarded Man of the Match, but Thompson was excellent on Sunday. Wallace (58 mins)ELPHIN: S. Callery (50 mins).Wides: St. Rock, S. Faithleachs). Brady for B. Murray (31 mins); Elphin J. ST. Faithleachs D. Cox for P. Higgins (20 mins), B. Faithleachs 5; Elphin 3.Booked: St. Tiernan (0-1); P. Hussey (0-1). Subs used: R. Collins (51 mins).Referee: S. Rock; F. Cregg (1-0), B. He made a number of fine saves, including one crucial one from Brian Cregg in the closing minutes. Callery; B. FAITHLEACHS: Derek Thompson; G. Dooney (1-0), A. Subs used: H. Vesey (0-6, three frees), E. His massive kickouts were also the launching pad for many St.

Kilbride, G. OConnor, B. The fact that only 73 spectators and a dog turned up to view proceedings set the scene for what was to follow.The exercise served Brigids well in terms of preparing for the Connacht Club Championship. Brady for Callery (39 mins), K. Brigids won comfortably without playing anywhere near their potential.Elphin were game opponents but they were facing mission impossible.They only scored six points with centre-forward John Collins accounting for five of those scores.The game marked the return of David OConnor to the St. Team captain Dolan was carrying a slight knock so it made little sense to risk him in this contest. Nestor, G. Brigids on to Dr. Neary; M. Wides: St. Brigids and Elphin at Dr. Cregg for Glancy (54 mins), K. Martin for Curran (47 mins), J. Mannion (1-2); D. OConnor went on to notch up 1-5 in just 30 minutes, a timely reminder that he could have a major role to play in the provincial club championship next month.St. Beirne for Callery (56 mins). Rock, P. Brigids could afford to rest players like Donal OConnor, Peter Domican, Cathal McHugh and Frankie Dolan. Tiernan (0-1), G. Impressive substitute Robbie Gilligan and John Tiernan released OConnor and his emphatic finish gave Hynes no chance.St. Callery for C. Hyde Park last Saturday evening. Brigids colours. Subs used: D. Brigids none; Elphin Tiernan (36 mins).Referee: V. Brigids more direction in attack. Glancy, R. St. Callery; S. Kilbride, N. Foxe (0-1), S. OConnor (1-5, three frees) for Cunniffe (half-time), R. Brigids attack. Mannion, I. Travers, P. Collins (05, four frees), P. Brady for Roddy (54 mins), M. Hardiman. However, in reality, the game was up for Elphin when this fixture was made. Rock, J. He did well to parry a Senan Kilbride fisted effort early on. Aherne, R. Cregg; B. Collins opened his sides account from play in the 54th minute. Subs used: M. St. Elphin formed a guard of honour to welcome St. Hyde Park.It was a nice gesture and for the first quarter, they more than held their own against the county champions. The industrious Karol Mannion replied for St. Faithleachs.However, his second-half introduction gave St. On the other hand, Elphin were just making up the numbers, having being knocked out of the championship at the quarter-final stage some weeks ago.St. OBrien, S. Cunniffe (1-0). Dolan (0-1); B. A Senan Kilbride attempt for a point lacked conviction. Collins replied from a placed ball before OConnor and Blaine added further points. Brigids before the midfielder added a bizarre goal to his tally on the stroke of half-time. Roddy. Rock (34 mins), G. The experience gained by some of their younger players against a team of Brigids calibre may stand to them in the future.Apart from that, there was precious little to cheer about.ST. Curran, D. Donnelly for Kilbride (29 mins), D. Mannion for OCarroll (47 mins).ELPHIN: M. BRIGIDS: S. Tiernan, B. Brady, J. While Elphin plugged away through Michael Glancy, Martin Travers, Shane Tiernan, Collins and Paddy Foxe, St. OCarroll, K. Brigids third goal arrived in the 50th minute. Brigids were sloppy in many aspects of their play with a laboured build-up in defence delaying any quick possession the forwards were looking for.In saying that, Matt Hynes was busy in the Elphin goalmouth. Gilligan for OBrien (42 mins), J. The ace marksman wasnt even on the panel for the county final against St. He came to his sides rescue again in the ninth minute when good play from Garvan Dolan and John Tiernan created a clearcut chance for Darragh Blaine. Blaine (0-1), J. Grehan; M. Brigids 7; Elphin 6. Elphin opened their account in the 22nd minute when a foul on James Callery gave John Collins the easiest of chances from a 13-metre free. Conlon; C. Brigids continued to probe with OConnor (3) and Mannion increasing their sides tally. Hynes made a smart save but Gearoid Cunniffe was on hand to direct the rebound into the net.John Tiernan added a point in the 11th minute after Karol Mannion and Brendan OBrien engineered an opening. Booked: St. Brigids were more clinical after the break.Two Collins frees within nine minutes of the restart suggested that an Elphin revival was on the cards.However, Brigids finally shrugged off their lethargy with OConnor and Garvan Dolan finding the target from play. Hynes; M. Mannion beat keeper Hynes to the race for possession and fisted into an empty net.OConnors introduction added fresh impetus to the St. There will hardly be a more low-key league semi-final anywhere in the country than the one played out between St. Kelly; E. Paddy Foxe, who had a fair old tussle with Ger Aherne, added another point four minutes later.

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A Collins free following a foul on Colm Rock proved to be the winning score, because although John Connell once again narrowed the gap to a solitary point, time eventually ran out for the home side. Luckily for Elphin, centre-back Paddy OConnor was alive to the danger. Pearses to their credit raised their game and held their opponents scoreless for the next 19 minutes. Despite all their pressure, Pearses fell just short of levelling the game.They scored three points on the trot, through Fahy (two) and Pat Connell, but failed to gain parity. Elphin 0-10 Padraig Pearses 0-9John Collins proved to be Elphins match-winner in this close-fought, and at times uncompromising encounter played at Pairc an Piarsaigh on Sunday.Collins scored an impressive eight points six from frees to help undefeated Elphin book their place in the quarter-finals of the senior football championship.Padraig Pearses now face the prospect of playing Kilbride in a play-off to determine who finishes in the second qualifying position.The sides played out a draw in the first round of the group stages and another close contest is in store.Elphin were dealt a blow before the ball was even thrown in, when regular custodian, Shane Reynolds was injured in the pre-match warm-up. Referee Oliver Kelly was forced to issue seven yellow cards in total six of these came in the second half.Padraig Pearses opened the scoring within three minutes of the throw-in, when a move involving Enda Barrett, Padraig Kelly and Pat Connell saw the latter raising a white flag.John Collins cancelled Connells score out with a free following a foul on Stuart Roddy. With all their dominance, one would have expected Elphin to stretch away for a comfortable victory. This score gave Elphin a two-point lead at the break 0-6 to 0-4.Elphin extended their lead to three points within a minute of the resumption when Brendan Rock added to their account. Ja Regan reduced the gap to three once again, but John Collins added two more Elphin points to leave the score 0-9 to 0-5 after 37 minutes. OConnor fielded the ball on the line and cleared the dancer.Pearses were dominating proceedings at this stage and they translated this superiority onto the scoreboard Mike Duignan set up Ja Egan for their second point, while a minute later, Padraig Kelly was on the receiving end of a Matthew Hynes clearance and he duly slotted over to extend Pearses lead to two points.Brendan Rock halved the deficit with an Elphin point and following a missed opportunity by Sean Fahy, John Collins squared matters with a 21st-minute free.Elphin hit the front a minute later when Collins converted a 30-metre free following a foul on himself.Although a Pat Connell score had the sides level with seven minutes remaining in the half, another Collins free in the 25th minute gave Elphin a lead that they would never relinquish.Collins was central to almost everything good that Elphin created at this stage and on the stroke of half time he almost got in for a goal. Matthew Hynes was sprung from the bench and proved himself to be a very capable deputy.With the prize of a guaranteed quarter-final berth at stake, this game was always going to competitive, with very little between the sides.After a pretty even first half, the second half was scrappy and at times ill tempered. His effort, however, scraped the wrong side of the crossbar. Pearses almost stole in for a fortuitous goal when a Sean Fahy free dipped viciously under the Elphin crossbar.

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