Dromtarriffe (@1.66) vs Ballydesmond (@2.5)

Our Prediction:

Dromtarriffe will win

Dromtarriffe – Ballydesmond Match Prediction | 23-09-2019 10:00

Subs: J Murphy for Buckley (20), M O'Connor for O'Sullivan (27), A Downey for O'Keeffe (28, b/c), J Buckley for Lynes (54), D Desmond for Murphy (60, b/c). DROMTARIFFE:M Dennehy; B O'Keeffe, S Howard, Con O'Callaghan; E Mernagh 0-1, T Howard, G O'Keeffe; Conor O'Callaghan 0-2, M Healy 0-1; M Lynes 1-1, S McSweeney 0-1, C Cremin 0-1; E Murphy 0-5(0-1f), J Buckley 0-1, C O'Sullivan 0-1f.

Sean Howard in the opening minute opened Dromtarriffes account closely followed with two point from captain Owen Dennehy and Darren O Connor. 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. 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.

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Into the county, a standout quarter final clash against Boherbue saw victory secured in a replay before a late flourish saw off Delanys in the semi final.

Of course Dromtarriffe led the roleof honour in Duhallow, it dates to 2005 since their last divisional triumph.Not the best of innings over the past decade or so, hopes risen following the U21 Football triumph last season. Defeated but unbowed, Dromtarriffe recovered to claim an historic JAHC tite at Divisional level before availing of two teams coming out of each division to compete in county football. A positive run in this season's Duhallow JAFC saw Dromtarriffe come up short to Boherbue, forfitting a five point advantage at the latter stages forced a replay, Dromtarriffe piped by a point in the second game.

And when he pointed a free that he had earned himself to give his side a 2-8 to 1-8 lead, it looked to be enough. Captain Niall Hayes was exceptional, driving his team forward, while Gore again showed his class with his fourth point from play. Kilmacabeas response to the goal seemed to have the mark of champions about it.

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Kanturk piled on the pressure and were guilty of some score able wides ( much to our relief) , but also Dromtarriffe were also well served by some great defence from our keeper ( Gavin O Keeffe) through the whole team , especially Conor OCallaghan , Brian Herlihy Eanna Murnagh and Shane MCSweeney. Final score Dromtarriffe 2-14 Kanturk 0-18. Mark Dennehy & Evan Murphy added the final two club points before the final whistle sounded recording the Dromtarriffe win .

Organising Committee Tony McAuliffe, Eamon Tarrant, Tom Nash, Joe Kearns, Sen McAuliffe, Steven Lynch, Denis Withers. Details are as follows: Cost of sponsoring event or team of 3: 120.00 Sponsor a Tee: 50 Tee Times can be booked from Joe Kearns 087 2902598. We hope that the success enjoyed to date will continue and a Golf Classic is being organised to help the Duhallow Board with the substantial team preparation expenses involved. The Golf Classic will be held on Friday, 31st July at Kanturk Golf Club.

In the past year we have also competed in drama, the national talent competition, a number of sports competitions and travelled to Dingle on a club trip. We competed in a number of national competitions which included taking part in Capers for the first time in the history of the club and making it to the National final in Navan in February.

In fairness, Newmarket offered flashes of potential, their best chance of a goal flashed wide of the post before points to Barry O'Connor, Donal Hannon and Ryan O'Keeffe helped force parity for the third occasion. Soon Dromtariffe signalled their intent, a defence splitting moves saw Evan Murphy and Daniel O'Keeffe involved to allow full forward Conor Cremin blast to the net for a goal out of the top drawer.

Austin Gleeson and Sean Glynn were winning possession at centre-field with both Stephen Roche and Martin ONeill carrying the ball effectively in attack. When Mount Sion lost possession in attack after 10 minutes the ball was quickly transitioned to the elusive Daniel OKeeffe with the Corkman blasting the ball past Nicky Mackey in the Sion goal (1-03 to 0-01).Evan Murphy added another for the Duhallow based side but Mount Sion rallied in the second quarter. And despite twice reducing the margin to four points in the second period the superiority of the West Cork side eventually shone true.The opening exchanges had Dromtarriffe leading by 0-03 to 0-01 after seven minutes with the brilliant Daniel OKeeffe landing all his sides scores, while Stephen Roche replied with a fine point for the Waterford champions. Dise Junior Football champions Mount Sion proved no match for their Cork counterparts at Mallow on Saturday last in their Munster Club Semi-Final.The Monastery men were still in it at the break, trailing by five points having played against the breeze in the opening half.

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. 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.

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However a well organised and gutsy Dromtariffe peppered the proceedings with tasty hurling, and aside from the opening 20 minutes or so, the new champions had the answers to whatever questions they were asked. Newmarket could had little complaints as their overall performance levels were well down on what most neutrals had come to expect of a fancied side that impressed to take a league title last month and enjoyed a seven point win over Dromtariffe earlier in the campaign.