Junior A Victory – the view from Tipperary

Match Analysis Glin vs Inane Rovers

Man Of The Match
On a day of mixed weather, seven points from seven frees by Glin sharpshooter, Mark Culhane proved the difference in the end. His seventh free in the 55th minute proved to be the winner and it was his most difficult score against the diagonal breeze and half way between the posts and the sideline. Mark also had a hand in Glin’s only goal after twenty minutes.

Moment Of The Match
Glin goalkeeper, Mike Stack produced a great save in the 56th minute when Marc O’Meara’s effort from thirteen metre looked goalbound. A goal would have put Inane one point ahead.
Score Of The Match
No doubt here. Full forward, Tommie Culhane got the only Glin goal in the 20th minute after Darren Sheehan’s low ball from forty metres the ball was delightfully flicked in his path by Mark Culhane who first timed to the net from twelve metres out giving Enda Moloney no chance.

Referee Watch
Referee, Alan Kissane had a good game. He was decisive and went about his business with efficiency.

Room For Improvement
As Glin advance to the semi final they will face stiff opposition and will need more return from their forward line. Only three of their forward line scored from play.

What’s Next?
Glin will play the Waterford champions An Sean Phobal or Kill in the Munster semi final on November 23rd.

(The match report above is from Tipperary paper The Midland Tribune)


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