Janesboro (@1.22) vs Coonagh United (@10.0)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Janesboro will win

Janesboro – Coonagh United Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 05:30

The under 11s hosted Aisling Annacotty this past Saturday and kept up their unbeaten run in which now they have extended it for 5 games. Goals on the day for us came from the birthday boy and man of the match Shane Franklin who hit the back of the net an amazing 4 times with the pick of his goals being an acrobatic overhead kick others on the scoresheet were, Kyle Molloy, Cameron O Grady, Dessie Collins and an absolute cracker from the boot of Shay Quigley. We raced into an early 4 goal lead but the opposition pulled 2 back late in the first half. The panel on the day was Ger Daly, Adam O Shea, Shay Quigley, Cameron O Grady, Kyle Molloy, Dessie Collins, Shane Franklin, Patrick Phelan and Scott Mc Grath. This was an absolute goal fest with the standard of finishing was second to none from 2 very talented teams. The guys had a superb second half tacking on 4 more goals and eventually winning 8-3. Great stuff guys ye really played good football throughout and the passing at times was sublime, great to see everybody enjoying themselves and the smiles on your faces is just something money cant buy also just a quick thank you to the parents for their excellent support in recent weeks, keep up the good work.

Now trailing, their cause wasnt helped when panic onthe sideline prompted a whole host of positional changes, including Buston to centre-back, Kirrane to left-back, Barry Roche to left-wing, and McInerney joining Conor Laffan up top. By that point, the game was looking pretty stretched, with many of Crooms makeshift eleven unable or unwilling to track back in the defensive phase.

The central midfielder also blazed over a great chance from the areas edge on the stroke of half-time, after a wonderful turn and cross from right-winger Eoin ONeill. McKevitt continued to have a hand in everything positive from the hosts, including an inswinging corner-kick that resulted in two consecutive clearances off the line from a desperate Croom rearguard.

Ger Daly got his first of the season when he showed his strength in the area fending off defenders then smashing the ball into the back of the net, fully deserved of his goal as Ger works tirelessly in every game for Boro and always gives 110%. Along with the scorers we had superb outings from Cameron O Grady, Dessie Collins, Scott Mc Grath, Shane Franklin, Josh O Grady and Jay Mc Mahon. Our fifth goal came from the boot of Callum O Connell when his looping effort flew into the top corner, lovely finish from Callum who has a great habit of scoring in recent weeks with some very important goals.

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With ten min gone Summerville tested our keeper with a shot outside the box, which brought a fine save from Dara Mc Caffrey in the boro goal. The remainder of the second half both teams were going in search of what would be a winning goal, but both defences were excellent on the day and the game finished 1 all in what was a very enjoyable game to watch. Right from the start both teams settled well, with both defences well on top. Both teams seem to be evenly match throughout the pitch , and Summerville got the break through after 20 min to put them 1 nil up at half time In the second half the boro came more and more into the game and the efforts were rewarded within 15 min played well a great pass from midfield caught the Summerville defence for Tony Casey the slot home the equaliser from the boro. On Saturday 31st October 2015 our under 12 played away to Summerville Rovers for this top of the table clash in what turn out to be a very entertaining game . For the boro this was a great team effort who showed great character after going 1 nil down to equalise in the second half.

Janesboro4-8 CoonaghWe had an awful start to this 4-0 down within 6 minutes but we started to rally five minutes before the break a great free kick from Cameron o Grady coonagh broke again and scored Shane Franklin scored a lovely a goal just on half time to make it 5-2 . Second half and changes were made man of the match Jamie Tully came on and sured up at the back .Andrew power came on set up Josh Grady and within a minute we scored a minute later Josh struck again now it was game on at 6-4 there keeper pulled off 3 brilliant saves we struck post twice .The lads went for it and got caught twice in dying minutes.

1 all at half time, In 2nd half we tookcontrolof the game & added 2 goals from top marksman Shane Clarke ,one of which was from the spot after he was fouled, another solid performance from the team & puts us trough to the 3rd round where we will face Carew Park. On Sunday last we advanced to 3rd of Munster Junior Cup with a hard fought win over Ballananty, Arron Noonan continued his good goal scoring form & had us one up inside 10 minutes, Balla however came back at us & were on level terms after adefensivemix up let to their equalizer .

In 2 (100.00%) matches played away was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. Below you will find a lot of statistics that make it easier Predict the result for a match between both teams. Janesboro average scored 2.33 goals per match in season 2019. Below the text is a list of the direct games. In 10 (55.56%) matches in season 2019 played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. In 14 (77.78%) matches played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. Janesboro won 0 matches. Teams UCD Janesboro played so far 1 matches.UCD won 1 direct matches. On average in direct matches both teams scored a 4.00 goals per Match.UCD in actual season average scored 0.89 goals per match. In 2 (100.00%) matches played away team was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. 0 matches ended in a draw.

With five min left the Boro rounded off a great team performance when Lee Earls was again put through from midfield to score the Boros seventh goal, and his fifth goal of the game. With 15 min gone a great strike by AJ.McCormack was parried by their keeper and the rebound was buried to the net by Lee Evans to put the Boro up 3 nil .After 20 min Aishling Annacotty were awarded a free kick outside the box that was well saved by Dara McCaffrey in the Boro goals , ten min later the boro scored their fourth goal of the game with a move that started inside their own half , a throw in on the right hand side from Sean O Sullivan found Lee Earls and he put a ball through to AJ.McCormack that split their defence and he coolly finish to the back of netIn the second half Aishling Annacotty did come more and more into the game but the Boro with captain Ross Mc Nally, Sean O Sullivan and Ben McCauley defended well when needed. On Fridayevening our under 12 hosted Aishling Annacotty in Pearse Stadium .Right from kick off we settled well into the game , playing some good passing football, that led to Jack O Brien testing there keeper with a fine strike .Our midfield pairing of AJ.McCormack, Lennon Nixon with Kyle Molloy and Jack O Brien on the wings started to control and dominate midfield , with ten min gone it showed with a fine cross from AJ.McCormack found Lee Earls inside the Aishling box who scored with a neat finish to the bottom left hand corner of the net to put the Boro 1 nil up .Moments later another great ball into the box found Lee Earls who turned their defence to shoot , his shot was saved by their keeper legs only for Kyle Molloy to finish from close range to make it 2 nil. For Aishling Annacotty who had a never say died attitude battled hard throughout the game, just cameacross a stronger Boro team on the night. For the boro this was again another great team effort , with every player on the night playing well. We introduced Cameron O Grady in the second half and the Boro scored their fifth goal of the game when he found Lee Evans with on the right wing who cut inside the box beating three defenders to rifle the ball to the back of the net for a fine goal, moments later another great ball from midfield found Lee Earls to score his fourth goal of the game.

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After 20 minutes we made a deserved breakthrough when left back Jack Foleys great cross was flicking on by Boro debutant Ryan Wallace Hartnett into the path of Aidan Kirby who controlled with his right before expertly dispatching to the top corner with his left. With our tails now up we pushed for a second before half time with the gifted Johnathan Moran tormenting every defender who crossed his path. The 14s made the short trip to Glenbrook to play league leaders Granville Rangers and despite putting in our best performance to date somehow we left empty handed. Right from the start we took the game to Granville with our midfield 3 of Christopher Keane, David Power and Captain James O Connor dominating midfield and finding the clever runs of striker Aidan Kirby. Keeper Roy Higgins hardly had a save to make in the half thanks mainly to the great work of the ever reliable Dominic Kelly at right back our centre half pairing of Glen Kelly and Jason Murray were solid and dealt with any threat easily while left back Jack Foley spent most of the half on the attack creating numerous chances.

We knew Granville would up their game second half and that they did. With momentum now with us it looked like we would push on and win the game cruelly that was not to be the case when less than a minute after equalising Granville got the winner although there was more than a hint of offside about the goal. Unfortunately Granville took the lead against the run of play when a long punt of field caught out our back 4 and the striker gave Roy Higgins no chance. Undettered we went right back on the attack with Ryan Wallace Hartnett going close twice firstly heading a Jack Foley corner against the post and then cutting in from the left and testing the keeper at his near post. We weathered the first 5 minutes comfortably before out of nowhere we conceded an equaliser. Showing admirable heart and battling qualities we fought back to equalise when Jack Foley picked up the ball in midfield and slipped a great through ball to the onrushing James O Connor who fired past the onrushing keeper. We gave everything we had get a deserved 3rd goal however in the end we ran out of steam with the closest we came to scoring a David power free kick that just cleared the bar and a Christopher Keane shot from 25 yards that went a couple of yards wide.

Dessie Collins and Shay Quigley were brilliant again this evening and both are showing real improvement every week. Patrick Phelan, Ger Daly and Scott Mc Grath were top performers for us and always give 100% for the club. Back to winning ways, Well done guys.UP THE BORO! 8 year Chad Molloy had a superb outing for us on his debut for the under 11s, the young lad had a great game and is looking like a real crowd pleaser.

Josh O Grady got back to goal scoring form when he bagged 2 fine goals also the usual suspects Callum O Connell and Shane Franklin, both familiar names of late on the score sheet. In a thrill a minute game with a magnificent second half display from the BORO BOYS , Kyle Molloy was the star of the show when he bagged himself a spectacular second half hat-trick, 3 goals of real quality including another free kick.

Kyle Molloy was the star of the show with an amazing hat-trick showing everybody how lethal he is from dead ball situations with 3 goals all from free kicks. The under 11s kept their unbeaten streak for another week with a well earned and hard fought draw in a ten goal thriller against a towering Regional side. This was a real gem of a game from two excellent footballing sides and in the end a draw was a fair result considering we were 4-2 down at one point but again the lads showed their quality and determination to lead the game 5-4 towards the end. The panel on the day consisted of Jay Mc Mahon, Cameron O Grady, Callum O Connell, Kyle Molloy, Ger Daly, Dessie Collins, Josh O Grady, Scott Mc Grath, Shane Franklin.