Simonstown (@1.25) vs Dunshaughlin (@4.5)
27-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Simonstown will win

Simonstown – Dunshaughlin Match Prediction | 27-09-2019 15:00

Donaghmore/Ashbourne 5-13 Navan OMahonys 0-11 Donaghmore/Ashbourne recorded a surprisingly easy win over an under strength Navan OMahonys side in this A League game at Ashbourne on Tuesday.

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We take on Trimin Kilmessan at 2.30pm. Next Saturday 10th October is set for theHurling League Division 3Final Donaghmore/Ashbourne vTrim at 2.30pm in Kilmessan. This Saturday 10th October is a very big day for the club as our Hurlersline out for the Division 3 LeagueHurling Final.

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They then added some further scores. Simonstown will take on Na Fianna in their last group match. Dunshaughlin will have to re-group before they face Navan OMahonys in a winner takes all tie. Dunshaughlin did try hard to get a late goal but it wasnt to be their day. Three championship games in 16 days is a lot for any team. Overall they will be disappointed with the performance particularly in the second half. As the game became stretched, space opened up and Simonsotwn took advantage. Andy Smith made an excellent save to deny Brennan but minutes later Simonstown struck for a goal to deflate Dunshaughlin.

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Dunshaughlin finished the half strongly with a beautiful Eoin Hagarty point from long range to now have the two goals between the sides as the first half came to a close. With Dunshaughlin having emptied their bench with senior debutants Oisin Foley and Niall Byrne showing no fear they surged wave after wave of attack that seen substitute Shane Gallogly unleashed an unstoppable shot into the Simonstown net to now have 4 points between the teams with time now up.This match now had all the makings of a Meath v Dublin 1991 finale with Oisin Foley driving up the field like the Trim vet Kevin Foley while Niall Byrne was twisting and turning like Bernard Flynn while the unimaginable now happened with Caoimhin King of all people now finding the back of the Simonstown net deep into injury time to score a goal that he will surely never forget. With the momentum now in their favor Dunshaughlin drove forward showing some beautiful passing before super sub Shane Gallogly was once again on hand to put the ball over the bar to snatch a draw from the jaws of defeat in an exhilarating match. Two minutes later following a trademark powerful surge up the field from corner back Dan Ormsby who off-loadedto the in-form Eoin Hagarty who was on hand to get his first score of the game from long range. A fine score from substitute Conor Devereux after 19 minutes of play registered the first score of the game for the black and amber before another converted free from Sean Tobin left Simonstown in cruise control with 10 minutes to play in the first half. Dunshaughlins ever growing injury woe continued with Mark Devaney not feeling well with Ebola like symptoms, Stephen Ward still on the waiting list for an ankle transplant while Fergie Delaney who spent the better part of the last month rambling around the village on crutches was still not deemed fit enough to play after he diagnosed himself on the internet. The exact location of Lazarus of Bethany is unknown but if he was anywhere he was most definitely in Ashbourne last night as Dunshaughlin rose from the dead to gain a valuable point to secure their senior status and leave hells bells ringing for another year. Despite playing into a very strong wind it was Simonstown who got off to a dream start with them scoring a Padraig McKeever goal after 2 minutes, a Sean Tobin trio of points and another Simonstown goal from full-forward Conor Sheridan gave the Navan side a 2-4 to 0-0 lead after 16 minutes of play to leave Dunshaughlin with a mammoth hill to climb if they were to get anything from this game. The say two things in life define you your patience when you have nothing and your attitude when you have everything and it was the former that was very much in evidence as from here on Dunshaughlin went to a whole new level and against all the odds to try and get something from this game. With Castleknock bound midfielder Ray Maloney now starting to come into the game when it most mattered and Ciaran Hoary starting to get onto a lot of breaks the black and amber were now starting to get their hands on some vital possession.Fergus Toolan who had an eventful day up to now finally burst into life and his powerful run and long range score after 57 minutes had now 7 points between the teams with time running out for Dunshaughlin. Best for Dunshaghlin were Ronan Gogan, Conor Devereux, Eoin Hagarty and Ciaran Hoary. All eyes were now on referee David Gough as to whether he was going to call time on this unbelievable comeback but thankfully for Dunshaughlin they looked as though they were going to get one for attack. Conor Devereux was on hand once more to convert a Dunshaughlin free but from here on it was all Simonstown as they went on a scoring rampage to now have 9 points between the teams with just under 15 minutes remaining. The revival started in dramatic circumstances with a now trademark Eoin Hagarty wicked shot dipping and bending like a Zico free kick finding the back of the Simonstown net. The second half resumed with Dunshaughlin picking up where they left off with converted Conor Devereux and Cathal oDwyer frees with any hopes of a revival being dashed by Simonstown duly responding with 2 points. Conor Devereux was starting to come more into the game at this stage and his hard work was rewarded when he got his second point of the night while Cathal O Dwyer who was forced to come out the field in search of the ball also got on the scoreboard after 30 minutes with a fine effort. The penultimate round of the Meath SFC got underway last night in Ashbourne between Dunshaughlin and Simonstown in a matched played in non ideal blustery conditions.

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The draw for the group stages of the championship were made on 6 March 2017 with the games commencing on the weekend of 20 May 2017. The third placed teams in Group B and C will qualify for a Preliminary Quarter Final, with the winner earning a place in last eight. The bottom finishers of each group will qualify for the Relegation Play Off. There are three groups of six teams called Group A, B and C. The 2 top finishers in each group and the third-place finisher in Group A will qualify for the Quarter Finals.