With the league tables now updated after the final rounds, we can note our final league positions for the records.
Note there’s an error in the O’Hanlon on LeinsterChess.net, where Eddie is given a draw against Aer Lingus – maybe force of habit on the controller’s part given Aer Lingus’ number of draws! But he was quite pleased with his win, so we’ve included it in the tables below.
So the Armstrong a finish fourth for the third time in four years, meaning it’s now 18 years since we finished any higher, while the Armstrong B notch a record amount of points for a team finishing bottom of the pile –
The O’Hanlon are also quite steady, recording their third sixth-place finish in a row –
The BEA pick up a second straight promotion –
– while the Bodley improve three places and six points on last year –
– and the truncated O’Sullivan season saw us mid-table, the only one of our teams to never be in danger of finishing either top two or bottom two in their division –