Adult Hurling League 3 (AHL3) 2019


#21

Where they not minor transfers?


#22

No idea. I didn’t see the list.


#23

First fixtures out allways a sign worst of winter is behind us :tired_face:looking at the teams and bearing in mind games from last year most obvious competitive sides crokes and castleknock, I’d keep an eye on maurs they were a very decent outfit with a few development players in last couple of years I think they can be competitive, can’t wait for first game v castleknock


#24

Most of Castleknock’s big Hurling wins over the past 5-Years came with Ciaran Kilkenny playing. I could be corrected on this but I don’t think he played in their Senior B Qtr Final last year which they lost which probably tells you a lot about where Hurling sits right now in Castleknock vs. the Football.


#25

They lost 5-6 key Hurlers to football two years ago.


#26

He didn’t play in the the championship quarter final which they lost to TD
He did play in the Promotion play off which they also lost to TD


#27

Td beat them well with and without Kilkenny in playoff and champ quarters. He ll generally pick up 4/5 points for them but not that much of a game changer. they will come good again, 2/3 Minor teams every year with plenty of talent and underage Dublin lads. Would be surprised not to see them go straight back up.


#28

4/5 points per game is a significant contribution but I know what you mean. They will probably come good again alright but I saw them as potential Senior A in the making a few years ago.


#29

I think they ll get there within 3/4 years once they develop all those underage players correctly. They had 50+ minors last year or the year before , crazy numbers.


#30

Looking forward to this weeks local derby peregrines v castleknock, the knocks footballers tabled a motion of intent this weekend expecting their hurlers to try and lay down a marker also , wonder if any of their minors from last year have made the leap up to div 3 side


#31

Parnells got no luck with the draw considering they are trying to keep the show alive. Crokes second team will be very strong this time of year.