A round-up of how we’ve being doing domestically while the European campaign was on.
The O’Hanlon deliver a first whitewash of the season, while the BEA and Heidenfeld As both go toe-to-toe with promotion favourites.
The club fixture list has been updated after changes to the O’Hanlon which I didn’t pick up on! In addition, North Kildare have withdrawn from the Bodley, and that match next March has been removed from the list. We will try get the Bodley an extra game or two over the season to make up for the Bodley South going from 10 to 6 teams in the past month!
The changes have given a little bit of room to space out the Frank Scott Shield and the Blitz Grand Prix a bit better. Round 2 of the Frank Scott Shield is next week, and round 3 will be on 23rd October. We’ll still have to try bring round 5 back from 18th December though.
The O’Hanlon racked up a big win last week in their opening game of what promises to be a very competitive league.
The 2019/20 season is underway for five of our seven teams, with the two big derbies among the first fixtures to be played.
The Armstrong’s round 2 match v Blanchardstown will now be on Monday 7th October, not Wednesday 9th October as previously noted, while Gorey have pulled out of the Bodley South, reducing that division to just seven teams.
There’s fixture changes in the BEA South and the Bodley due to a couple of teams withdrawing. The revised fixture lists for all teams are here.
The next round of the Frank Scott Shield will be on Wednesday 16th October. The remaining rounds are provisionally set for 6th November (pending changing the BEA game that night), 27th November and 18th December (if we cant get it played earlier)