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22-03-2015, 16:26   #3361
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NHL 2B:

Donegal 3-11 Kildare 1-19

Kildare go through the round robin with a 100% record. I doubt they will be pleased with the match today but it might be no harm ahead of the league final. The first choice 15 should be back on the field for that.
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27-03-2015, 15:47   #3362
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Team to play Laois

Mark Donnellan
Ciaran Fitzpatrick
Mick O'Grady
Ollie Lyons
Keith Cribbin
Fergal Conway
Emmet Bolton
Gary White
Tommy Moolick
Daniel Flynn
Eoghan O'Flaherty
Paul Cribbin
Fionn Dowling
Podge Fogarty
Alan Smith
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Good to have Moolick back. He has been sorely missed.

Peter Kelly must be injured still. I'd imagine Fitzpatrick will mark Donal Kingston.

We're very likely to be relegated from division 2 at this stage. If we do go down please let it be at the hands of Galway and not Laois!
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Peter Kelly for Moolick
Niall Kelly for Flynn
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What's the score
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7 5 to kildare
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Kildare were 10 5 up and have fallen apart 1 8 to 10 to loais now, goal for kildare brilliant 1 11 to 1 9 now

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Brilliantly worked goal and terrific finish. Nice to do it to another team for a change.
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29-03-2015, 15:22   #3369
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There's two scenarios that will see Kildare stay up:

(A) Beat Galway by 6 points next week

(B) Beat Galway and hope Down beat Laois

B probably the most realistic
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29-03-2015, 15:31   #3370
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There's two scenarios that will see Kildare stay up:

(A) Beat Galway by 6 points next week

(B) Beat Galway and hope Down beat Laois

B probably the most realistic
Wins for Kildare, Roscommon, Cavan and Laois next week. Whats the chance?

Kildare only need 4 points on Galway.
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29-03-2015, 16:52   #3371
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Galway's gander will be up after their comeback today. Kildare are going to really have to dig in next Sunday.

We seem to go to sleep in games for long spells and it's killing us. When we went five up last night with that gale behind us we really should have been kicking on and putting Laois to the sword. The same thing happened us when we won up in Cavan. We left the door ajar when that game should have been killed off long before it was. When teams get a run on us they seem to get a good run of consecutive scores. That doesn't happen to the better teams who instinctively know when to slow things down, funnel men back, win a soft scoreable free etc. Kildare just seem to panic. Credit to them for having the bottle to come back last night when we looked dead but it shouldn't have come to that.

Most teams will have a period of dominance against you but it's about limiting the damage they do when they're in the ascendancy. It happens too often to this Kildare team to be a coincidence. If we go to sleep against Galway for 15-20 minutes, they have the forwards to do a lot more damage on the scoreboard than Laois or Cavan did.
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