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Emyvale V Eire Óg JFC 2018
Emyvale played Eire Óg in Emyvale on Sunday, Sept 23rd and this was an imporftant game in more ways than one. It was important in the League table but also important to see what players were going to be able to perform in the Junior Championship final on Sunday next Sept 30th. Having been at the V Oram game a week previous it was disappointing to see that some of the players who performed well against Oram were not on form last Sunday while other players had a much better game. That will be no good in the final as all players will have to perform to top ability and concentrate on the game and what he and his team mates are doing at all times. One of the biggest flaws with the play from both games is the fact that too often players are trying to go too far with the ball rather than getting a pass in much sooner, before they run into trouble in the form of four opposition players. There is sense in taking on the defender but not expecting to get through three or four players, especially after a run of 50 yards or more. To help avoid this other players must make themselves available for the pass and again that was missing a lot on Sunday last. For a little over half the game there was good team work, even though it took ten minutes from the start before it kicked in but for the rest of the time there was too much individual play, which very often was turned around easily by Eire Óg. Players and managers seem to be on a good determined pathway to a win and hopefully players that will translate into determined play for the entire game. We wish them every success.
Emyvale V Eire Óg JFC 2018
Emyvale played Eire Óg in Emyvale on Sunday, Sept 23rd and this was an imporftant game in more ways than one. It was important in the League table but also important to see what players were going to be able to perform in the Junior Championship final on Sunday next Sept 30th. Having been at the V Oram game a week previous it was disappointing to see that some of the players who performed well against Oram were not on form last Sunday while other players had a much better game. That will be no good in the final as all players will have to perform to top ability and concentrate on the game and what he and his team mates are doing at all times. One of the biggest flaws with the play from both games is the fact that too often players are trying to go too far with the ball rather than getting a pass in much sooner, before they run into trouble in the form of four opposition players. There is sense in taking on the defender but not expecting to get through three or four players, especially after a run of 50 yards or more. To help avoid this other players must make themselves available for the pass and again that was missing a lot on Sunday last. For a little over half the game there was good team work, even though it took ten minutes from the start before it kicked in but for the rest of the time there was too much individual play, which very often was turned around easily by Eire Óg. Players and managers seem to be on a good determined pathway to a win and hopefully players that will translate into determined play for the entire game. We wish them every success.
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