The final game of our opening O’Hanlon match took place up the club last night, with us the customary (for this season anyway!) 100 points out-rated on the board.
All posts for the month October, 2012
The Armstrong lost their unbeaten start to the season against Elm Mount on Monday, but it could have been worse given how close we were to not fielding the full complement of players for the first time ever.
The LCU have announced the teams to make up this year’s Bodley division, and also confirmed the story regarding relegation from the O’Hanlon in light of withdrawals from the Ennis.
So said Alan Hansen back in 1995 when predicting Manchester United’s demise. The same could be argued about our O’Hanlon team this season – surely the youngest O’Hanlon team in many years – yet we’ve started off with a competitive performance against Drogheda in our first game.
The Heidenfeld’s solid start to the season continued when taking 2 points off runaway leaders Celbridge on Wednesday night.
Jack Donovan, officially the lowest-rated player in the club, is now also the junior club champion after a dramatic final round of the Junior Club Championships on Wednesday.
Millfield wasn’t the only tournament on last weekend; the Manojlovics were among the biggest gainers in the Galway Congress.
A board prize for Colm Hehir and 6/7 for Jamie Kearns were the highlights of Millfield 2012, which took place at the weekend.
The Heidenfeld face the toughest challenge of the season on Wednesday when they take on Celbridge already 1-0 down from this afternoon.
Luke Hayden has one hand on the Frank Scott Shield after recording a fourth straight win on Wednesday.