The O’Hanlon controller has confirmed that Dublin have agreed to our request to have Ross Beatty’s game last Monday declared a draw.
Both Bodley sides recorded good results tonight – the Bs picked up their second 4-1 win of the season, but were arguably out-done by the As, who came away from Clondalkin knowing they should have beaten not just the strongest side in the Bodley, but the strongest side in the bottom four divisions.
The Bodley controller has confirmed that Blanchardstown have agreed to our request to have Dónal Hehir’s game last Wednesday declared a draw.
With all five club teams playing within the space of three days, it’s as good a time as any to see what the games have done to the respective league tables.
There were a record 20 league games on up the club last night, but the night ended with St Benildus winning just four of them…
A manic week for the club – with all five teams playing in the space of three days – started well last night with a win for the Heidenfeld and, maybe, for the O’Hanlon too.
As promised, an instructive game – and ending in particular – from last week’s Heidenfeld action.