Dublin Senior A Hurling Championship (SHC A) 2018


#665

Only got in for end of first match so couldnt say who played well. Second match was a high standard good tough skillful hurling. For Cuala Treacy at win back was very good…o connell in patches played well as did D Treacy and they played good intelligent hurling partucularly in the first half. For Boden Paul Ryan put over some great scores as did niall ryan…durkan and lambert were good at times as was their number 7 whose name escapes me.


Dublin Senior A Hurling Championship (SHC A) 2017
#666

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Stephen O’Connor?


#667

Yes thats the one.


#668

Update on the lay of the land:

https://www.dublingaa.ie/news/plenty-to-play-for-as-shc-action-resumes

Report on last night’s matches:

https://www.dublingaa.ie/news/shc-a-wins-for-ballyboden-and-craobh-in-group-3


#669

Would I be right to say Craobh are finished hurling till mid February early March. Also 3 others with no hurling for 5 to 6 months , I don’t have a solution but it seems mad.


#670

Jaysus never thought of it like that


#671

That’s nuts.


#672

The only solutions to that is play the whole championship from September on or play no league games in July and August


#673

Here’s a random question. Can you bring a pram into Parnell Park?


#674

Dont want to pay for misses, we understand… Yes ya can


#675

It’ll be me in the pram!!


#676

I believe so now.
It used to be forbidden but when Jim gavin brought o murchan onto football panel, county board had to change rules so he could make training.


#677

Costello togging out for Whitehall tonight


#678

Good man Cormac!


#679

Yup, just go to the turnstiles as normal they’ll give you a ticket to bring to the bottom gate so you can get in with the pram


#680

Is dillons fit for Barr’s?


#681

That’s a yes then


#682

Big win for Whitehall. 4-20 to 2-14.


#683

#684

Huge potential in that Whitehall team with some really quality 18/19 year olds coming through. How did Costello get on? Still breaks my heart that he isn’t hurling with Dublin…outrageous talent.