Moneyglass (@1.16) vs Glenravel (@5.0)

Our Prediction:

Moneyglass will win

Moneyglass – Glenravel Match Prediction | 22-09-2019 09:30

Glenavys Fergus Green doubled his personal haul with a late point but the Marian Hill men finished with a flourish as a late, injury time Colum Duffin goal saw them cross the line at 4-22 to 1-05.With Tir na nOg taking the points at the expense of the front running, previously unbeaten Rossa at the week-end Moneyglass have closed the gap with the Shaws road side and retain second place now only two points in arrears. The home side continued on the offensive right to conclusion with corner back PeterMc Erlaine getting in on the act with a fine point as did late replacements Kevin Marron and Luke O Donnell who shared points apiece.

The full forward was denied a goal by the Glenavy net minder Jack Nelson, who made a number of fine saves in the game, but the incoming Padraig Mackle gathered the rebound and returned the ball to the back of the net. Glenavy struggled to make impact and after the visitors added a 46th minute point as Fergal Green clipped a 30 metre free between the posts the resultant kick out saw the home side make strong reply. The pace laden Padraig Mackle, who had impressed with his strong running left several trailing in his majestic wake as he drove forward to find Seanachan Duffin in front of the oppositions posts.

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Aldergrove only managed one more score when they were reduced to 14 men but it was only in the last five minutes that Stinsons opened any sort of meaningful advantage and scored five of the last six points to seal their spot in the Breslin Cup Final. James Aldergrove. Sean Stinsons:David McNicholl; James Lennon; Kevin OKane; Shane McGuigan; Ruairi McAleese; Ruairi McGuigan; Patrick Dougan; Oisin Doherty (0-6, 4 frees); Connor Marron; Conor Paul Crossey (0-4, 1 free); Ruairi Hagan (0-1); Dylan Hawksford; Aidan McAleese (0-1); John OKane (0-2); Jack McAleese. Both sides sit mid-table in section 1 of the U16 league, Sean Stinsons on 8 points from 9 starts while Glenravel are just a place behind them on 6 points from 8 starts when the league tables were published last week so little appears to separate them on league form. In their semi-final games Sean Stinsons perhaps took the bigger scalp when they defeated league leaders, St. BRESLIN SHIELD SPONSORSThe destination of the Breslin Cup and Shield are down for decision this weekend and both finals throw up interesting pairings and look difficult to predict. In the Cup final, set for All Saints Ballymena on Sunday at 11.00am, Con Magees Glenravel take on Sean Stinsons. Aldergrove battled superbly in the closing stages and had chances at the death to draw the match but Stinsons and midfielder Oisin Doherty in particular turned the screw when it mattered the most. The scores were tied on eight separate occasions in an intense but highly skilful game of football.

However Moneyglass midfielder McErlain pointed from a 45 for the final score of the game to seal victory for them on the narrowest of margins. Glenravels Sean McKay reduced the deficit to two, eight minutes from time, but Patrick McCormick, who was having a very impressive performance on the forty, restored the home sides three point advantage on 24 mins. The soft underfoot conditions were starting to take their toll and both teams emptied their bench for the final 10 minutes of the game to try and inject some impetus through fresh legs. The substitutions seemed to work better for the visitors who were starting to get back on top and when man of the match Eoin Hynds goaled to level the game with 4 mins left on the clock an upset looked on the cards. Glenravels hopes were dented when Josh McKeown received a black card from referee Vincent Boyle in the middle of that scoring spree.

In the same year the reserve side at the time came within an ace of joining the seniors in the first division, they fell at the final hurdle however when they were beaten in the league decider by St. Moneyglass enjoyed success in many Carnival tournaments throughout the country and it was jested that they concentrated more on these tournaments than the league and the championship. The biggest day of the clubs history came in 1968 when the club under management of Eamon and Kevvin McCoy won the Antrim Junior Championship. Malachy, Belfast. In the early 60's the Moneyglass Senior team won the South West equivalent of the Junior Championship called the "Irish News Cup" on a number of occasions but unfortunately they could never manage to take the next step and capture the All County title.

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Played in bright sunshine, Moneyglass were strong favourites to dampen the spirits of the newly promoted Glensmen and started the game well only to be denied by some last gasp defending from the opposition. It was however Glenravel who registered the first score, coming from the majestic left boot of minor footballer Eoin Hynds who found room on the 40 and arrowed over the sticks after two mins. That was followed by a couple of points from Moneyglass when midfielder Dermot McErlain, playing in a very forward position, picked off a nice point from a tight angle and Colum Duffin added one soon afterwards. Glenravels Josh McKeown equalised from play on eight minutes and Hynds again put Glenravel into the lead two minutes later with another long ranger from play.

For All Saints centre half back Conall ONeill; both Matthew Corr and Jake White at midfield; and Oisin Connolly were best on the night but much may ride on whether Conor Stewart will be available for selection. The All Saints bench held their breath and Aidan Scullion held his nerve scoring against Dunloy goalkeeper Paudie McGilligan (who had looked unbeatable all evening), and kept his side in the game at times, to go a point up, This goal lifted the performance of All Saints and although Dunloy tried their best to come back, the Slemish Park side pulled away in the closing minutes to win by five. Spurred on by this success Dunloy took the lead in the second half and still led the contest with 10 minutes remaining but the visitors finally regained the initiative and strong pressure resulted in them gaining a penalty, after a foul on Saints full-forward Conor ORawe. The Shield final throws together another interesting pairing and looks equally hard to call. Dunloy weathered the early storm however and ever so slowly began to get a foothold in proceedings, finding the All Saints net twice to leave it level at half time 2-01 to 0-07. In the other Shield semi-final St. Marys Rasharkin, both sides playing in section 2 and the Dreen side pushed them hard in an eight goal thriller. The Ballymena side have struggled in section 1 of the league and currently sit bottom of that section but they have saved their best for the knock-out Shield competition. Josephs Glenavy entertained St. In the semi-final they travelled to Dunloy who are sitting top of section 2 and produced their best display of the seasonDunloy 3-04 All Saints 1-15All Saints made all the early running, moving the ball round intelligently and were 6 points to no score up after 15 minutes and at this early stage of the contest they looked like running away with it. All Saints: Ryan Mark: Ronan McKillop, Rory McAllister, Eamon McDonnell: Conall Killough, Conall ONeill, Kevin Brady: Jake White, Jack Agnew: Kieran OBoyle, Oisin Connolly, Aidan Scullion: Charlie Metrustry, Conor ORawe, Ruairi Campbell. All Saints, Ballymena are playing their football in section 1 of the league while Sundays opponents ploy their trade in section 2.

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Breslin Cup & Shield Down for Decision This Sunday

Marys looked to be in the driving seat but Glenavy started the second half on the offensive with Feargal Henry getting a goal in the first minute before following it up in the 35th minute with another goal and a point to leave the scores level at 1-9 to 2-6. Six down at the break the St. Glenavy team: Tiernan Lees: Finn Stott, Jack McCann, Lorcan ONeill: Cal Burke, Oliver Brankin (c),Matthew Magee: Chris Grant, Anthony Gallagher: Anthony OHare, Fergus Henry, Lorcan Nelson: James Mulholland, Paddy OLeary, Callum Crighton. Visitors Rasharkin opened smartly and went 2 points up in the opening five minutes but points from Feargal Henry and James Mulholland levelled the scoring before Feargal Henry put Glenavy a point ahead. It was still anybodys game as James Mulholland pointed in the 43rd minute to level the scores at 1-10 to 2-7. Glenavy 5-10 Rasharkin 3-12Glenavy emerged as victors in a thrilling Breslin Shield semi-final . Subs: Connor Adams, Darragh Armstrong. The Chapel Hill side looked in a bit of trouble when they trailed 1-8 to 0-5 at half time . Scorers: F Henry 4-4, J Mulholland 0-3, D Armstrong 1-2 A OHare 0-1. It was Rasharkin who were to enjoy the better of the exchanges during the next ten minutes as they hit 1-1 without reply and In what was turning into a great game of end to end football they should have gone further ahead but a great save from Glenavy keeper Tiarnan Lees denied the lads from Dreen with 19 minutes gone. They finished strongly however and Callum Crighton, who had shone all night played in substitute Darragh Armstrong who scored a match changing goal. Feargal Henry followed with two more goals to stun Rasharkin and Glenavy went on to win by six points and book a place in Sundays final in Moneyglass.

A match which started with some fine free flowing football and excellent point scoring from both sides unfortunately ended up a tempestuous affair with the home side finishing the game with 13 players. Newly promoted Con Magees came close to causing a major upset when they travelled to Moneyglass on Sunday to take on St Ergnats in Division 2 of the All County Football League.