The last day of the leagues were a moderate success, with the club’s only real objective being met – and as a result, for the first time ever, next season will see us with a team in each division.
The BEA South ended their season with a win on Saturday which ensures they won’t finish in the bottom two.
The Bodley South’s unexpected promotion push was ended at the final hurdle with a comprehensive defeat against Rathmines B, who will play in the BEA next season instead.
On the week of Friday 13th, Benildus had 13 games, and came very close to losing all of them after a rather unlucky run of player availability!
The BEA South fell to a whitewash defeat against a very strong Kilkenny defeat in yesterday’s league action, while the Bodley South now just need a 2½-2½ draw in their last match to earn promotion.
Last night was another bumper night as we caught up on snow postponements; there was 23 games all told, including four parent/kid partnerships, although not all were playing on the same team – or even for the same club!
Six of the club’s seven teams were in action in the past week, and between them managed to set – and end – an unwanted record winless streak…