Ballygunner (@1.25) vs De La Salle (@4.5)
13-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Ballygunner will win

Ballygunner – De La Salle Match Prediction | 13-10-2019 10:00

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In Hurling standards, Na Piarsaigh are a relatively new club and were only founded in 1968 but the Caherdavin based side have great strides in recent years and the team is mix of experience and youth, with up and coming Limerick stars Kevin Downes, Shane Dowling and David Breen joining the likes of Pat Gleeson and Kieran Birmingham in the side.

Players such as Shane O'Sullivan & Wayne Hutchinson, were to cement their places on the senior squad. In the years that followed their Munster triumph, players such as Stephen Frampton & Mick Mahoney had retired from senior hurling & all that was left of the original under 21 team was Billy O'Sullivan. However a new batch of young players, fresh off a minor county title, came into the fray.

SportsNewsIreland caught with Na Piarsaigh star, Cathal King, ahead of the game with the midfielder keen to push on now that shackles of finally claiming a county title had been lifted At the start of the year and for the last few years all we have worried about was winning that first county final, now that the weight has been lifted off our shoulders we can look forward to this match.

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After 2001, it was realised that to cope with the huge influx of young juveniles, and to provide adequate facilities, a great deal of time and money would have to be invested. Then president of the GAA, Sean Kelly, officially opened the new facilities. On this site, plans were put down for a new top-quality floodlit all-weather pitch, a hurling and handball ally, a floodlit AstroTurf and a state-of-the-art indoor hurling arena with new clubhouse facilities. Phase 1 of the project involved extending of the clubhouse which would include two new dressing rooms and a meeting/trophy room. Fencing was erected around the new field and a scoreboard was put in place for the day. Under chairman Pat O'Sullivan, a development plan was put into place. For the club's 50th anniversary in 2004, the hurling ally and all-weather pitch were finished. Next was the purchasing of 8 acres (32,000m2) adjoining the current site.

Despite having a relatively young side Ballygunner are by far the most experienced team left in the competition, with the other side of the draw pairing Crusheen of Clare, who only made their Munster club debutlast year with Cork side Carraigtwohill, who like Na Piarsaigh are making their debut at this level, the Waterford Champions will have real aspirations of a Munster crown.

Imokilly beat Blackrock to take Cork title; Sixmilebridge win Clare replay

The club have strong local roots with Ard Scoil Ris a typical stomping ground for young players honing their talents, heroes are not forgotten in Caherdavin, as evidenced by the appearances of Damien Quigley in the final few minutes of the final win over Ahane. The clubs first All Star winner had played junior hurling with the team this season but managed to finally to get his hands on an elusive county medal.

IMOKILLY: D Dalton (Fr ONeills); B Tuama (Castlemartyr), C Barry (Castlelyons), K Histon (Cobh); C OBrien (St Itas), N OLeary (Castlelyons), J Cronin (Lisgoold) (0-1); M OKeeffe (Fr ONeills) (0-2), G Millerick (Fr ONeills) (0-1); B Lawton (Castlemartyr) (0-2, one s/c), S Harnedy (St Itas) (1-1), W Leahy (Aghada) (0-4, four frees); P OSullivan (Cloyne) (0-2), I Cahill (Cloyne), C Fleming (Aghada) (1-0).

The Munster Senior title was first won in 2001 with a victory over Cork side Blackrock (2-14 to 0-12). The club enjoys an intense rivalry with city club Mount Sion and for many years through the 1990s and 2000s, the two clubs dominated the county scene in Waterford meeting each other in the county final most years. Since 1992, Ballygunner have won many county titles. Ballygunner GAA (nicknamed "The Gunners") is a Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) club located in the parish of St Mary's Ballygunner in Waterford City, Ireland. The club is exclusively concerned with hurling. The club is one of the most successful in Waterford with a number of county titles and have produced many great players for Waterford such as Paul Flynn, Fergal Hartley, Billy O Sullivan, Pauric Mahoney to name but a few.