Dromtarriffe (@2.0) vs Ballydesmond (@2.0)
06-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Ballydesmond will win

Dromtarriffe – Ballydesmond Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 10:00

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Another Tomas Howard point shortly followed , however David Murphy again rewarded his Banteer team mates for their determind play by raising his second green flag shortly follwed with a Roche point. A delighted Mikie O Gorman accepted the cup on behalf of the Dromtarriffe Hurling squad. In the 6th minute Banteer were awarded awarded another free,which was converted, the next passge of playresultingwith Dromtarriffe downto 14 after a melee of players contestinga ball that wasn't coming out,resulted witha player receiving his second yellow. After the first quarter, there was just three points between the sides two Tomas Howards points , one from a free, followed by a Darren O Connor point, were followed by a Conor Cremin goal, to leave Dromtarriffe well in a commanding position in the 25th minute. An O Keeffe and Conor Cremin combination was finished to the net by O Keeffe in the 10th minute followed by three points one each for the Howard brothers, Sean & Tomas and a second one for Evan Murphy before Banteer through David Murphy reacted first from a batted out ball to goal. A brace of Tomas Howard points eased the Dromtarriffe supporters worries with the final white flag being raised by Banteer from play in the 32nd minute of the second half, to leave the final whistle register Dromtarriffe winning their first league title on the 2-20 to 3-14 scoreline. With nineteen minutes remaining on the clock, Dromtarriffe were going to earn this title if they were to hold out for the victory and ever reliable Tomas kept his sides scores ticking over with a free in the 12th minute keeping Dromtarriffe seven ahead , 2-18 to 3-8. Entering stoppage time points were exchanged between Murphy for Dromtarriffe and Banteers Denis Roche to leave the interval scoreboard read Dromtarriffe 2-15 Banteer 3-6. Banteer were to add a point from play before a number of frees that were correctly awarded were deemed by the match official, as vocal player protests, which warranted these being brought into a more scoreable position, thus resulting in the gap being closed between the 13th and 21st minutes of the second half, to just two points. Dromtarriffe started the second half well with points by Evan and Tomas either side of two Banteer frees but quickly it seemed as though Banteer had forumalated a determind second half fightback plan of action during their half time deliberations, through imposing pressure in ever sector of the pitch. The Duhallow Championship semi final will be the next major challenge for this sqaud. Another historic title was secured by our Junior hurlers last Friday night in Kilbrin when Dromtarriffe defeated Kilbrin by three points on a final scoreline of Dromtarriffe 2-20 Banteer 3-14, after withstanding a second half come back from their opponents before a good attendance. The opening seven minutes registered five points for Dromtarriffe to Banteers three through Evan Murphy, Tomas Howard, Daniel O Keeffe, Jack Murphy and Kevin Cremin, before Banteer took the lead through an 8th minute Denis Roche goal, equalised a minute later from a Howard free. With a solid defense required, Dromtarriffe were well served, in particular by, the ever dependable and hard working Kevin Cremin, along with Michael O Brien and Captain Mikie O Gorman.

With the game nip and tuck, goals were always going to be important, credit Newmarket on responding to the concession of the first green flag to square up the game. Crucially for Dromtariffe, they succeeded again on breaking down the opposing rearguard, hesitancy in the Newmarket defence allowed Conor Cremin feed Daniel O'Keeffe to net for a clear seven point advantage at the break.

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Second half Bantry opened again through a free , as they tried to breach through our defense , led by Michael O Brien & Jack Murphy there was no easy way through.

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The club is located very close to the border with Kerry and thus is very involved in the intense rivalry between the counties. Handball is also a prominent sport within the club. Star player Donncha O'Connor plays for the Cork Senior Football Team. Ballydesmond GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Ballydesmond in Cork, Ireland.Its Gaelic Football team participates in competitions organized by Cork GAA, and is a member of Duhallow division. The club consists of members with allegiances to both counties. He is currently the all-time top scorer for the Cork Senior Footballers. They now compete in the Cork Intermediate Football Championship since 2008 to present. The team won the Duhallow Junior A Football Championship in 2007 and subsequently went on to win the Cork Junior County Football Championship that same year.

Bantry made it three points to one from a converted free but again through Howard , Mikie O Gorman and Daniel O Keeffe the lead was extended , and as the first half reached the mid point Howard on his follow up shot found the back of the Bantry net. It was in the 22nd minute that Bantry got their first point from play as the half closed out Dromtarriffe led 1-9 to 0-3. Sean Howard in the opening minute opened Dromtarriffes account closely followed with two point from captain Owen Dennehy and Darren O Connor.

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Munster Club JFC Quarter-final: Dromtariffe v Kildimo-Pallaskenry (Limerick), Saturday, November 10, Mallow 1pm

Contrasting backgrounds too, Kilmacabea appearing in afirst time decider, while its close on 60 years since Dromtarriffe last set foot in search of one of the most prestigious prizes in Cork Football. Maybe not the pair that many would have forecasted at the start of the summer but Dromtarriffe and Kilmacabea enjoyed victories enroute to jusify their presence in this county final. A novel final tinged with romance on the first time meeting between the pair.

NEWMARKET:D Kearney; D Fitzpatrick, A Ryan, P Allen; J Guiney, J Ryan, A Browne 0-1; D Hannon 0-9 (8f, 1 '65'), K O'Sullivan; C Crowley, T O'Keeffe, P Browne; R O'Keeffe 0-2, S Stokes, B O'Connor 0-4. Subs: T Ryan for S Stokes (ht), C Browne for T O'Keeffe (40), C O'Keeffe for P Browne (52), D O'Keeffe for C Crowley (57).