The last week of games saw the Armstrong and O’Hanlon record belated first wins of the season, while the Heidenfeld, Ennis and BEA B are all in promotion races after all picked up big wins and there’s a couple of players on course for a board prize, which means a highly competitive season for our top scorer trophy.
The club’s recent league games saw the Heidenfeld break their drawing streak, only for the BEA South B and the Bodley South B both to pick up their first draws of the season, with Brady v Ó Cinnéide a rather unlikely pairing in the Bodley game.
The Armstrong suffered their second defeat of the season against promoted opposition, while the Ennis’ campaign is gathering pace and the Bodley B have provided a new best win of the season.
There were 23 league games across five divisions for the club over the weekend, which saw three debuts, a third draw of the season for the Heidenfeld, and a second division with a Benildus 1-2.
Five of our teams are in action this weekend, across three different counties, and the televised game is the clash in Kildare between Curragh and our BEA A team. You can watch it here
Catching up on recent weeks with the BEAs and the Bodleys, including a lovely king hunt which, alas, never happened.
A catch-up on how our various league teams have fared the past month, starting with our top four teams.