All-Ireland 2014

mardi 16 juillet 2013

XV of the week + programme du 3ème tour des qualifs'

hoganstand et gaa.ie ne sont en accord que sur une bonne moitié de leur choix quant à la désignation du 15 du weekend, et chose étonnante, aucun des deux ne propose l'un des attaquants de Meath, le phénomenal Stephen Bray qui aura usé trois back dublinois durant la finale du Leinster ce dimanche.

Sur le choix du gardien, Stephen Cluxton (Dublin) paie ses frees ratés (essentiellement en 2ème MT) malgré plusieurs arrêts ou sorties de grandes classes.

Ciaran Kilkenny (Dublin), meilleur joueur de la semaine sans aucun doute permis.

Voici le XV de GAA,

 1. Paddy O'Rourke (Meath)
2. Donal Keogan (Meath)
3. Peter Kelly (Kildare)
4. Jason McLoughlin (Cavan)
5. James McCarthy (Dublin)
6. Morgan O'Flaherty (Kildare)
7. Mark Shields (Armagh)
8. Daithí Waters (Wexford)
9. Conor Gillespie (Meath)
10. Eoghan O'Flaherty (Kildare)
11. Ciarán Kilkenny (Dublin)
12. Ciarán Byrne (Louth)
13. Paul Mannion (Dublin)
14. Jamie Clarke (Armagh)
15. Eugene McVerry (Armagh)

et celui de hoganstand, bousculant les postes réels, qui retient l'épatant rookie Michael Newman, auteur de 8 points (dont 3 dans le jeu et un free de près de 60 mètres!), inévitable selon moi, tout comme Cian Mackey (Cavan) qui pourrait prétendre à un titre de allstar si il évoluait sous les couleurs des dubs ou de Kerry.

 1. Paddy O'Rourke (Meath)
2. Donal Keogan (Meath)
3. Peter Kelly (Kildare)
4. Brendan Donaghy (Armagh)
5. James McCarthy (Dublin)
6. Morgan O'Flaherty (Kildare)
7. Emmet Bolton (Kildare)
7. Emmet Bolton (Kildare)
8. Daithí Waters (Wexford)
9. Paddy Keenan (Louth)
10. Paul Flynn (Dublin)
11. Ciarán Kilkenny (Dublin)
12. Cian Mackey (Cavan)
13. Paul Mannion (Dublin)
14. Michael Newman (Meath)
15. Eugene McVerry (Armagh)

1. Paddy O'Rourke (Meath)

Couldn't be blamed for either of Dublin's two goals, pulled off some five saves and his booming kick-outs helped relieve the pressure on the Royal defence.

2. Donal Keogan (Meath)

Held Bernard Brogan scoreless from open play and can be happy with his afternoon's work, if not the final result.

3. Peter Kelly (Kildare)

Kelly kept in-form Louth forward Shane Lennon relatively quiet in Newbridge.

4. Brendan Donaghy (Armagh)

Armagh dominated Leitrim in the qualifier in Carrick-on-Shannon on Saturday evening and Donaghy and his defensive colleagues restricted the hosts to just two points from play.

5. James McCarthy (Dublin)

Came out on top in his personal duel with Meath ace Graham Reilly.

6. Morgan O'Flaherty (Kildare)

Marked his return to the Kildare starting line-up with a commanding display against Louth.

7. Emmet Bolton (Kildare)

Bolton put in another enterprising shift for Kieran McGeeney's charges against the Wee County.

8. Daithi Waters (Wexford)

The talented midfielder put his name to 1-1 as Wexford edged out Longford after extra-time.

9. Paddy Keenan (Louth)

Louth's talismanic midfielder gave his all against Kildare before running out of steam towards the end.

10. Paul Flynn (Dublin)

Netted a 5th minute goal and was full of industry throughout the 70 minutes against the Royal County.

11. Ciaran Kilkenny (Dublin)

His fingerprints were all over Dublin's best moments and he punished the Meath defence with his creativity.

12. Cian Mackey (Cavan)

Mackey was the Breffni County's stand-out performer in their seven-point qualifier win over Ulster neighbours Fermanagh.

13. Paul Mannion (Dublin)

Mannion enhanced his growing reputation as one of the best finishers in gaelic football with 1-4, 1-2 from play, in the Leinster decider.

14. Eugene McVerry (Armagh)

McVerry finished with a hat-trick of goals in the Orchard County's facile 8-13 to 0-10 qualifier success over Leitrim.

15. Michael Newman (Meath) - See more at: http://www.hoganstand.com/ArticleForm.aspx?ID=196655#sthash.XTejxQaq.dpuf

1. Paddy O'Rourke (Meath)

Couldn't be blamed for either of Dublin's two goals, pulled off some five saves and his booming kick-outs helped relieve the pressure on the Royal defence.

2. Donal Keogan (Meath)

Held Bernard Brogan scoreless from open play and can be happy with his afternoon's work, if not the final result.

3. Peter Kelly (Kildare)

Kelly kept in-form Louth forward Shane Lennon relatively quiet in Newbridge.

4. Brendan Donaghy (Armagh)

Armagh dominated Leitrim in the qualifier in Carrick-on-Shannon on Saturday evening and Donaghy and his defensive colleagues restricted the hosts to just two points from play.

5. James McCarthy (Dublin)

Came out on top in his personal duel with Meath ace Graham Reilly.

6. Morgan O'Flaherty (Kildare)

Marked his return to the Kildare starting line-up with a commanding display against Louth.

7. Emmet Bolton (Kildare)

Bolton put in another enterprising shift for Kieran McGeeney's charges against the Wee County.

8. Daithi Waters (Wexford)

The talented midfielder put his name to 1-1 as Wexford edged out Longford after extra-time.

9. Paddy Keenan (Louth)

Louth's talismanic midfielder gave his all against Kildare before running out of steam towards the end.

10. Paul Flynn (Dublin)

Netted a 5th minute goal and was full of industry throughout the 70 minutes against the Royal County.

11. Ciaran Kilkenny (Dublin)

His fingerprints were all over Dublin's best moments and he punished the Meath defence with his creativity.

12. Cian Mackey (Cavan)

Mackey was the Breffni County's stand-out performer in their seven-point qualifier win over Ulster neighbours Fermanagh.

13. Paul Mannion (Dublin)

Mannion enhanced his growing reputation as one of the best finishers in gaelic football with 1-4, 1-2 from play, in the Leinster decider.

14. Eugene McVerry (Armagh)

McVerry finished with a hat-trick of goals in the Orchard County's facile 8-13 to 0-10 qualifier success over Leitrim.

15. Michael Newman (Meath)

Along with his full-forward line colleague Stephen Bray, Newman exposed frailties in the Dublin full-back line which Jim Gavin will have to address moving forward. - See more at: http://www.hoganstand.com/ArticleForm.aspx?ID=196655#sthash.XTejxQaq.dpuf

Le tirage au sort des 3ème et 4ème tours des qualifications a eu lieu hier matin, voici le programme des rencontres,

3ème tour (le 20 juillet) : Galway-Armagh (au Pearse Stadium à 18h)
                                      Wexford-Laois (au Wexford Park à 20h)
                                      Kildare-Tyrone (à Newbridge à 20h) en direct sur RTE
                                      Derry-Cavan (Au Celtic Park à 18h)

4ème tour (le 27 juillet) : (Galway ou Armagh) - Cork
                                      (Kildare ou Tyrone) - Meath
                                      (Wexford ou Loais) - perdant de Donegal-Monaghan
                                      (Derry ou Cavan) - perdant de Mayo-Londres
              

Tous les matchs du 3ème tour se disputeront sur le terrain du premier nommé et ceux du 4ème tour sur terrain neutre (à Croke Park pour les deux premiers, les deux suivants pas encore confirmés)









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