Burgess (@1.25) vs Ballina (@4.0)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Burgess will win

Burgess – Ballina Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 12:30

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Rabbitohs v Bulldogs: Burgess, Foran return

For South Sydney fans that is a good sight. For the Rabbitohs, Cody Walker looked back to his best last week. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak has been a huge buy for them. Canterbury are going to spoil a few parties in the back part of this season. They now have that bit of strike with he and Will Hopoate. They have found a way to grind away defensively, they are not leaking a lot of points. Theyre also starting to find their niche in attack.

By the twelfth minute we had the deficit reduced to a single goal with another Murray free to make the score Burgess 0-3 Kilruane 1-3. Kilruane responded with a goal and a point, the goal a rasper from county minor star Cian Darcy, before Stephen Murray was on hand the get our second point of the game atthe eighth minute mark. Stephen Murray had us off the mark inside the first minute with a pointed free.

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Our first score a pointed free from the middle of the field straight from the throw in by Stephen Murray. The port response then came with three fine points in a two minute spell from Mark Gennery, Jimmy Creamer and Kevin OHalloran. Stephen Murray sent over a 65 in the 15th minute to leave the score Burgess 0-6 Port 0-3. Eoin Leahy Hogan then fired over two excellent points in quick succession and we appeared to be motoring well. Stephen added another from play in the third minute and followed up with another free on the fifth. We started brightly in this do or die fixture against our near neighbours Portroe despite the absence of star players Donagh Maher, John ODwyer and Tossy Hogan. We raced into a 5 points to no score lead after 6 minutes of play.

This was a definite step up in intensity from our first game in this competition last week against Ballina. This ferocity in the tackle may go some way toward explaining our wayward shooting in the first half which was completelyat odds with the accuracy displayed last week. The opening exchanges in this game were marked by fierce tackling by the Mullinahone backs.

Burgess responded through Brian Hogan whose goal bound shot took a deflection off Leahy to go over the bar on the 60th minute. The scoring was rounded out with a point from Sub Colm Gleeson to leave Port deserving 0-18 to 2-16 winners. The two Sheedys were once more to the fore for Port hitting over three points between them to stretch out Ports lead.

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The Burgess Response came by way of two Stephen Murray points, one from play the other a free. Borris had two frees themselves the first a close range free moved in for dissent and crashed to the net by Brendan Maher the second gained them a point leaving the scoreboard reading Burgess 0-14 Borris 2-12. Borris were first on the score board after half time with a well taken point.

Another free and another point from Murray. Burgess were now cruising with twenty one minutes gone and their lead stretched out to a comfortable six points, 2-11 to 1-8. Brackens however hadnt come to Kilcolman to make up the numbers and bagged 1-2 in the final 9 minutes to leave Burgess the winners by the slenderest of margins, 2-11 to 2-10. 2-7 to 1-7. Burgess, however, responded almost immediately with clinical point by Eoin Hogan to restore our one goal lead. Stephen Murray was on hand again to point a close in free after Brian Hogan was felled as he raced through the Brackens defence. A malfunction on the Brackens short puckout gifted the ever alert and predatory Eoin Hogan another point from play in the seventeenth minute. 2-4 to 1-6. 2-8 to 1-8. 1-7 to 2-6. Murray pointed once again on the fourth minute after being set up by Brian Hogan to increase our advantage to two points. Murray was on hand again to score from play after he showed well for a free from Timmy Hogan out of defence to stretch the Burgess lead to a clear goal. The Burgess lead extended to five points moments later when Stephen Murray fired over a long range free making the score Burgess 2-10, JK Brackens 1-8. Brackens clawed back a point through a free after Paddy Hogan was harshly judged to have over carried the ball out of defence. Burgess, now wind assisted, levelled the game with scarcely a minute elapsed through Noel Gleeson after some fine link up play. A minute later Stephen Murray was out in front after an intelligent early delivery from Timmy Hogan to burn his marker and put Burgess into a one point lead. 2-7 to 1-8. 2-4 to 1-7. After furious end to end hurling Brackens notched a fine point from play to reduce the Burgess lead to two points.

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The second half couldnt have started worse for us with our half time lead wiped out in just over a minute by a John Sheedy goal. Stephen Murray levelled things up with a 35th minute free 2-5 to 0-11 but Port once again demonstrated their attacking flair a minute later with a sweet Kevin OHalloran line ball and a Mike Sheedy point from play.