Dromtarriffe (@2.0) vs Ballydesmond (@2.0)

Our Prediction:

Ballydesmond will win

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

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Initially, however, the moves made little impact as they fell further behind as points from Gore and ODonovan left Kilmacabea looking good as they led by 2-6 to 0-7 as the game entered the final quarter. Dromtarriffe re-jigged things at half-time by putting talisman Samus OSullivan in on the edge of the square and playing Con OCallaghan closer to goal.

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.

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. 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. Austin Gleeson and Sean Glynn were winning possession at centre-field with both Stephen Roche and Martin ONeill carrying the ball effectively in attack. 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.

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The final was played at a high tempo with fantastic football played by both teams. Dromtarriffe played against a stiff wind in the first half and reached the break on level terms on a scoreline of 0-3 to 1-0. Michael O'Keeffe who was in blistering form throughout the day in goals was well protected by a strong defense of John Healy, Donal Burke, Dara Murphy and Sean Linehan. Following a number of preliminary games where the team played Currow, Kilcummin, Knocknagree and Scartaglin they qualified for the final against Rathmore.

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Appearing in their initial decider, Dromtariffe waited 133 years to enjoy a day of immense hurling joy, their voracious appetite for silverware clearly evident where the dream became a reality. When it mattered, Dromtariffe weren't found wanting, showing massive resolve to come out on top thanks to a productive opening half from a young side that brought a delightful brand of hurling to this game, showing excellent touch and an ability to pick off scores.

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These hugely talented people ensure that our show exhibition is full year after year. Without this voluntary effort, Banteer Annual Show and Family Fun Day could not be held. A special word of thanks to those who donated baking for the Country Market and to the volunteers who helped out on the day. The Committee wishes to thank the Show sponsors, whose continued support helps to make the Show a success. Thanks also to our field partners on the day Banteer Macra na Feirme for the entertainment their events provided. The unwavering support of our many exhibitors is also greatly appreciated.

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This year as in prior years, Mr. William Cronin of Oaklands Garden Centre in Kanturk, kindly sponsored garden centre vouchers for 2 specific horticultural classes and the winners were as follows: Rose of the Show Elizabeth Cronin, Derryleigh, Boherbue; Collection of Vegetables Margaret Lehane, Dromcummer, Kanturk.Congratulations to all our other winners in the various classes-they are too numerous to mention individually.

Clonakilty were favourites: they lost six county finals in the thirties before asserting themselves and would prove to be the dominant force in the forties, but Dromtarriffe werent going to give way easily. In the first game, played on July 27th in Dunmanway, the north Cork side outscored their opponents 0-4 to 0-1 in the second half to force a draw, 1-3 to 0-6.

Millstreet answered with a trio of points from Cathal Crowley, Donough Murphy and James Linehan only for back to back points from OKeeffe helped Dromtariffe secure a 1-6 to 0-6 advantage at the break. At times, the howling wind and drizzle made producing quality play difficult yet Dromtariffe looked the better balanced outfit at the outset, the effective Daniel OKeeffe placed Buckley for a cracking goal.