Janesboro (@1.22) vs Coonagh United (@10.0)

Our Prediction:

Janesboro will win

Janesboro – Coonagh United Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 05:30

1 all at half time, In 2nd half we tookcontrolof the game & added 2 goals from top marksman Shane Clarke ,one of which was from the spot after he was fouled, another solid performance from the team & puts us trough to the 3rd round where we will face Carew Park. On Sunday last we advanced to 3rd of Munster Junior Cup with a hard fought win over Ballananty, Arron Noonan continued his good goal scoring form & had us one up inside 10 minutes, Balla however came back at us & were on level terms after adefensivemix up let to their equalizer .

Our game started off very well first 15 mins we struck post twice with great efforts from Andrew power and Shane franklin .Ashling first goal came from or own corner they broke 3 on 2 and were one down .About two mins later lapse in defense and we were 2 down just on half time .Second half the lads were creating chance after chance Andrew power josh o Grady Shane franklin jay McMahon all missed 6 or 7 one on one with keeper between them .Ashling kept hitting us on break and punished every chance we missed .Cameron o Grady scored a bullet of free kick late on and we still created 4or 5 one on ones after that and josh o Grady took one .All in all game could of went either way just taking our chances or Achilles heal .Keep heads up guys the goals will come .On the day great performances from Jamie Tully Jay McMahon and Andrew power who worked so hard heads up lads on to next game.

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Lee Estate was on the cards last Monday in what we knew was going to be tough game against a very strong Star Rovers side. Due to illness of our usual keeper we were forced to use Kyle Molloy for the first half and Cameron O Grady for the second half, great stuff from both lads, Cameron pulled off some very important saves and it could have been a different game without him. Our squad on the day consisted of Kyle Molloy, Shay Quigley, Cameron O Grady, Callum O Connell, Ger Daly, Dessie Collins, Shane Franklin, Scott Mc Grath, Patrick Phelan, Josh O Grady and under 8 player Chad Molloy who had been called up after some impressive performances in the small sided games of late.

Dessie Collins and Shay Quigley were brilliant again this evening and both are showing real improvement every week. Patrick Phelan, Ger Daly and Scott Mc Grath were top performers for us and always give 100% for the club. Back to winning ways, Well done guys.UP THE BORO! 8 year Chad Molloy had a superb outing for us on his debut for the under 11s, the young lad had a great game and is looking like a real crowd pleaser.

Teams Janesboro Sheriff YC played so far 1 matches.Janesboro won 1 direct matches. 0 matches ended in a draw. In 1 (100.00%) matches in season 2019 played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. On average in direct matches both teams scored a 3.00 goals per Match.Janesboro in actual season average scored 2.33 goals per match. Below the text is a list of the direct games. In 0 (0.00%) matches played away team was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. Below you will find a lot of statistics that make it easier Predict the result for a match between both teams. Sheriff YC won 0 matches. In 1 (100.00%) matches played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. In 0 (0.00%) matches played away was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. Sheriff YC average scored 0.00 goals per match in season 2019.

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Ger Daly got his first of the season when he showed his strength in the area fending off defenders then smashing the ball into the back of the net, fully deserved of his goal as Ger works tirelessly in every game for Boro and always gives 110%. Along with the scorers we had superb outings from Cameron O Grady, Dessie Collins, Scott Mc Grath, Shane Franklin, Josh O Grady and Jay Mc Mahon. Our fifth goal came from the boot of Callum O Connell when his looping effort flew into the top corner, lovely finish from Callum who has a great habit of scoring in recent weeks with some very important goals.

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Coonagh responded to McInerneys regular forays in behind by switching Martin to right-back at half-time, with Peter Hodnett introduced from the bench in the holding role, and Martins impact in his new position was immediate; first executing a crucial sliding block to deny Conor Laffans effort, and then playing the simple ball over the top that McKevitt snaffled with a left-footed finish to cap a marvelous individual performance.

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Now trailing, their cause wasnt helped when panic onthe sideline prompted a whole host of positional changes, including Buston to centre-back, Kirrane to left-back, Barry Roche to left-wing, and McInerney joining Conor Laffan up top. By that point, the game was looking pretty stretched, with many of Crooms makeshift eleven unable or unwilling to track back in the defensive phase.

With ten min gone Summerville tested our keeper with a shot outside the box, which brought a fine save from Dara Mc Caffrey in the boro goal. The remainder of the second half both teams were going in search of what would be a winning goal, but both defences were excellent on the day and the game finished 1 all in what was a very enjoyable game to watch. Right from the start both teams settled well, with both defences well on top. Both teams seem to be evenly match throughout the pitch , and Summerville got the break through after 20 min to put them 1 nil up at half time In the second half the boro came more and more into the game and the efforts were rewarded within 15 min played well a great pass from midfield caught the Summerville defence for Tony Casey the slot home the equaliser from the boro. On Saturday 31st October 2015 our under 12 played away to Summerville Rovers for this top of the table clash in what turn out to be a very entertaining game . For the boro this was a great team effort who showed great character after going 1 nil down to equalise in the second half.

In form Arron Noonan got in on the act early in 2nd half to put result beyond doubt & new boy Osin McMenamin scored with his 1st touch to make it 4. Our A team progressed into semi final of the Munster Champions cup with a convincing 4 0 win of Kerry side Tralee Dynamos, Shane Clarke 2 , Arron Noonan 1 & new signing Osin Mc Menaman accounted for our goals, Shane Clarke put us 1 up after 8 minutes when a move started with Stephen Bradley working very hard to win the ball in midfield & setting up an attack involving 5 players & Clarke was on hand to finish,Clarke was again on target after 22 mins when he superbly headed a cross to the net from 12 yards.

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After 20 minutes we made a deserved breakthrough when left back Jack Foleys great cross was flicking on by Boro debutant Ryan Wallace Hartnett into the path of Aidan Kirby who controlled with his right before expertly dispatching to the top corner with his left. With our tails now up we pushed for a second before half time with the gifted Johnathan Moran tormenting every defender who crossed his path. The 14s made the short trip to Glenbrook to play league leaders Granville Rangers and despite putting in our best performance to date somehow we left empty handed. Right from the start we took the game to Granville with our midfield 3 of Christopher Keane, David Power and Captain James O Connor dominating midfield and finding the clever runs of striker Aidan Kirby. Keeper Roy Higgins hardly had a save to make in the half thanks mainly to the great work of the ever reliable Dominic Kelly at right back our centre half pairing of Glen Kelly and Jason Murray were solid and dealt with any threat easily while left back Jack Foley spent most of the half on the attack creating numerous chances.

Josh O Grady got back to goal scoring form when he bagged 2 fine goals also the usual suspects Callum O Connell and Shane Franklin, both familiar names of late on the score sheet. In a thrill a minute game with a magnificent second half display from the BORO BOYS , Kyle Molloy was the star of the show when he bagged himself a spectacular second half hat-trick, 3 goals of real quality including another free kick.