Boden's firepower to sway the day
DUBLIN SFC QUARTER-FINAL
BALLYBODEN ST ENDA'S v LUCAN SARSFIELDS
(O'Toole Park, Tomorrow, 4.0)
LUCAN'S first half did the trick against Raheny. They'd love to repeat that start here.
Emmet ó Conghaile was a productive leader of the attack. He was showing for the ball, and he was holding onto it.
He was also slipping clever passes into the channels. Brendan Gallagher is a clever corner-forward that can benefit from such wisdom.
Brendan got a delightful goal in the game. He intercepted a clearance and he quickly popped it back over the clothes line and into the basket.
Boden also possess some refined finishers. Among them Ryan Basquel, Conal Keaney and Andrew Kerin. Robbie McDaid, Dara Nelson and Declan O'Mahony contribute much also.
Lucan defeated Parnell's in round one, and they have Super Sars in Stephen O'Shaughnessy, Paul Casey and Andy Hope.
Injury rules out Michael Darragh Macauley which is a massive blow but Boden should still have too much firepower.
VERDICT: Ballyboden St Enda's