Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019

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Re: Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019

Postby cahirofcork » Sat Jan 18, 2020 6:39 pm

Mellerick will be a loss if he has to go off with his back. Need to try and get Dalton on the ball more, if he gets it in his hand he'll score.
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Re: Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019

Postby tipp-ex » Sat Jan 18, 2020 6:39 pm

They were up by 6 but a howler from the keeper could cost em
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Re: Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019

Postby tipp-ex » Sat Jan 18, 2020 7:07 pm

They've now conceded 1-7 without reply to be down by 4 after being 5 up. Those scoring burst are gonna cost em.
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Re: Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019

Postby tipp-ex » Sat Jan 18, 2020 7:17 pm

Incredibly they lost with the last puc of the match. Cruel but that's what Kilkenny hurling teams do to Cork teams in Croke Park these days, they can't buy a win, their dominance over Cork continues, the fucking Rose of Mooncoin blasting out again
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Re: Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019

Postby cahirofcork » Sat Jan 18, 2020 7:21 pm

Gutting, after dragging themselves back several times, puckouts killed them until the last 5 minutes or so, Tulloran half back line cleaned them out. That goal by Dalton in the second half....jesus christ above to have wrists like that. The poor keeper from O'Neills will have a few sleepless nights.
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Re: Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019

Postby Matty Hislop » Sat Jan 18, 2020 7:28 pm

tipp-ex wrote:Incredibly they lost with the last puc of the match. Cruel but that's what Kilkenny hurling teams do to Cork teams in Croke Park these days, they can't buy a win, their dominance over Cork continues, the fucking Rose of Mooncoin blasting out again


I think O'Neills gave as good as they got in that came. Wouldn't say Tullaroan dominated the game. The ref was a right prick not to give em a chance at the end to try and even level it. The line ball even took 30 seconds.
Very cruel way to finish their season. Down two starters from the semis and losing by a puc after scoring 5.12.

If Ballyhale win tommorow, they will have done a clean sweep junior, inter, senior. Didn't they do it last year also?
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Re: Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019

Postby CORKFAN » Sun Jan 19, 2020 12:17 am

Kilkenny did not win the clean sweep last year Charleville lost to the Galway side in the Intermediate final...
Sport can be very cruel tough loss for Gallant Fr.O Neills …
Ger Mellerick has now lost 4 All-Ireland finals in a row, Minor 2017, U21 2018, U20 2019 and now Club Intermediate ...but hes day will come please god in the future.
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Re: Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019

Postby Dorcha » Sun Jan 19, 2020 12:49 pm

Great effort by O’Neills. I only saw the last five minutes plus injury time. Luck did not seem to be with them. Down by two points they came back to level it one and a half minutes into injury time. But they let Tullarone win the short puck-out and just could not get the ball back off them. The winning point went over the bar 15 seconds over the three minutes.
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Re: Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship 2019

Postby corkbrian » Sun Jan 19, 2020 1:30 pm

Fair play to Fr O Neills for pushing Tullaroan so close down 2 starters, they' lost to a very good team. And to tg4, great service to show the two games.

Watching the wreck Dalton caused (what a second goal) made me think there has to be a serious case for starting him for the county. We play enough light players who we hope will give their all and score 2 or 3 from play before being replaced, why not start a man who has the potential for one or two goals and whip him off for the faster and lighter players if its not working out and as the game opens up? Could also accommodate taking Harnedy out to the half forward line.

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