Everything is fine tonight in Newbridge when Lilywhites and Tyrone meet in the qualifying round of the 3rd round.
Questions about the future outlook of a loser manager in this match are the teams Mickey Harte and Cian O & # 39; Neill chose:
1. Mark Donnellan (Maynooth)
Mark Dempsey (Moorefield)
3. Mick O & Grady (Celbridge)
4. Peter Kelly (House of Two Miles)
5. Cian O & # 39; Donoghue (Clane)
6. Eoin Doyle (Naas – captain)
7. David Hyland (Athy)
8. Kevin Feely (Athy)
9. Fergal Conway (Celbridge)
10. David Slattery (Confey)
11. Chris Healy (two-mile house)
12. Keith Cribbin (Johnstownbridge)
13. Adam Tyrrell (Moorefield)
14. Ben McCormack (Sarsfields)
15. Neil Flynn (Maynooth)
1. Niall Morgan (Edendork)
2. Hugh Pat McGeary (Pomeroy)
3. Ronan McNamee (Aghyaran)
4. Rory Brennan (Trillick)
5. Michael Cassidy (Ardboe)
6. Kieran McGeary (Pomeroy)
Frank Burns (Pomeroy)
Colm Cavanagh (Moy)
9. Brian Kennedy (Derrylaughan)
10. Matthew Donnelly (Captain Trillick)
11. Niall Sludden (Dromore)
Peter Harte (Errigal Ciaran)
13. Darren McCurry (Edendork)
14. Cathal McShane (Owen Roes)
15. Conor Meyler (Omagh)
"There must be a common effort to achieve a result in opposition," says Peter Canavan as he expounds his case with statistics and video analysis on Sky Sports.
Cian O & # 39; Neill has been asked that Dave McIntyre in Sky, where he thinks Kildare can hurt his Red Hand tonight: "We have a lot of focus on ourselves," he says.
"Somehow they move between different types of games and have players that can do it. Almost the last few weeks we've just focused on how much we can improve the game per game."
Dick Clerkin is a commentator of Sky Sport and believes that the Park of St. 42 GAA Editor, Fintan O & # 39; Toole is here for us and we'll have a whistle report as well as a lot of reactions from the proper camps.
We are moments away from getting into with managers who give their final instructions.
Here's a hymn.
Kieran Donaghy, Peter Canvan and Senan Connell support Tyrone to get out there with a key victory. But the consensus is that it will be firm.
We're in Newbridge!
The first blood to visitors was opened by Peter Harte who opened his account with the help of free games.
TARGET! Michael Cassidy ends up with the net after he gets into danger. Kildare decay in early opportunity to score points.
Tyrone, who in the first half has wind on his back, added another point through Peter Harte before Neil Flynn replied and received Kildare.
Rory Brennan returns Tyrone's advantage to five points, then as I tip, Colm Cavanagh adds another.
Keith Cribbin with a brilliant puppet for Kildare and that was very much needed.
Mattie Donnelly reacts almost immediately as he enters the universe and shoots one.
Neil Flynn scores well with his host.
Black card! Tyrone's Brian Kennedy leaves; Hugh Pat McGeary is receiving treatment.
Darren McCurry is in hectares of space while he receives the ball, and he knocks at a little noise before Kildare answers through Fergal Conway. 10 minutes to the halves and the audience understands that their side needs to reduce this gap before the break.
Cian O & # 39; Neill seems to have been sent to that part. 45 minutes in, Tyroneu got past the end to the keeper, but Mark Donnellana's free kick looked like he could do that much and he did it. Tyrone missed a blow, but the chief of Kildare had always had a strict word for the officers.
As I tip it, it looks far from its bench, but not on the stands.
80` Frank Burns sends a shot from long distance but the goalkeeper's reaction makes the ball go for a shot that the ball goes just wide.
GOL for Kildare!
Just what they needed to go in. Keith Cribbin handed him Kevin Feely and he came home.
Adam Tyrell, who missed the opening in the opening minutes, is not making a mistake, and Kildare is within two points.
However, Peter Harte responds quickly as I tip. We are in a time of injury.
Darren McCurry adds another to the visitor, and Tyrone survived the storm.
Fergal Conway, who was very bright in this first half, takes on Tyrone's defense and throws an excellent point. We'll have four more minutes.
Half time: Tyrone 1-9 Kildare 1-6
Kildare's Kevin Feely with Matthew Donnelly and Frank Burns from Tyrone.
Source: Ryan Byrne / INPHO
Here we are again. Teams are coming out and we're going to be going for a moment for the last half of the summer for one of those sides.
Frank Burns today gives him three points of play with the first result of the second half.
The beautiful passage of Tyrone's teams ends with Cathal McShane, who sends two Kildare defenders to dinner with a nice doll and hop. The point for Tyrone again and the gap is five.
"This breeze rises," warns Dick Clerkin while Adam Tyrell turns to the freestyle. Can the home team go to another point?
59 min ago
Mattie Donnelly hits the post after a nice run through sent by Darren McCurry. The goalkeeper places his teammates on the left with a header.
58 min ago
Peter Harte with another for Tyrone, the gap is six, and visitors seem to click on speed.
Before 57 min
Kevin Feely raises a lot and it was very necessary for Kildare.
55 min ago
Poor to Tyrone because goalkeeper Niall Morgan was flying one near to the left.
53 minutes ago
Another excellent result from Kevin Feely, who has now reached 1-2 for Lilywhites. Peter Harte likes beauty.
51 mins ago
RED CARD! Mick O Grady takes another yellow color.
49 min ago
Kildare fell to 14 men because O & # 39; Grady – who was hurt – was denied. Cathal McShane surpasses what happened after Grady's offense.
It's a tough, difficult task for the hosts. Tyrone 1-15 Kildare 1-9.
49 min ago
Tommy Moolick, who is just involved, throws out the bad point for Kildare.
42 minutes ago
Adam Tyrrell will make a great impression to keep Kildare in touch after a break in the game. Cathal McShane returns to make it again with five points.
40 min ago
Neil Flynn makes no mistake from the free and it returns to four. Kildare now needs to be fully pressed and "go to failure" by Dick Clerk and Billy Joey Padden. Tyrone won.
37 mins ago
The petty offense and Peter Harte turns freely for Tyrone. But, Peter Kelly holds a billboard for Kildare. 1-17 to 1-13.
36 mins ago
TARGET! Darren McCurry from Tyrone crosses the ball.
Before 35 min
Tyrone 2-18 Kildare 1-13 Peter Harte with excellent results and this is certainly the end of Kildare's challenge.
32 minutes ago
Connor McAliskey, who has come up as a sub, adds his name to the recorders. With a few minutes to go, one or two are now moving toward the exit.
Before 31 min
Cathal McShane has a great chance to score, but the ball is miles wide of Mark Donnellan and the ball goes wide. The whistle would now be grace.
28 mins ago
Tyrrell scores for Kildare, though he has gone for the goal, with free.
Peter Harte was awarded the "man of the match" award.
28 mins ago
Adam Tyrrell adds another.
25 mins ago
Cathal McShane with another free Tyrone and that's it.
25 mins ago
Full time: Tyrone 2-22 Kildare 1-15
23 minutes ago
No one will want to draw Tyrone after impressive performance. This is the end of the road to Kildare this year and it will be interesting to hear from Cian O 'Neill for a moment.
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