Provincial/All-Ireland Club Football Championships 2017/18


#62

Not at the moment - Vins would want to get their act together soon


#63

Vins 9-6 down now


#64

Vins 1-09 Rathnew 10


#65

Vins 1-09 Rathnew 0-12. 5 minutes left.


#66

Vins 1-09 Rathnew 1-12


#67

Wow - didn’t see that one coming.


#68

Very disappointing


#69

That’s a shocker


#70

Vins 1-09 Rathnew 1-13


#71

Draw in Tuam aswell. Brigids did well in second half to get back into.


#72

Vins 1-09 Rathnew 1-13. Full time.


#73

All over

Very disappointing for Vincents - maybe hunger was a factor with a lot of lads on the road for a while - maybe complacency also

Dublin players getting plenty of rest this winter


#74

Very disappointing. But all good things come to an end eventually. A lesson there for the Dublin team too. Nothing lasts forever. A lot of legs on the go a lot of years. Great servants all and owe no one anything. A break might well do them good. God knows they deserve it.


#75

Maybe need a few signings this winter to freshen things up…


#76

split Rathnew and split wicklow into 3


#77

Not sure if it was complacency, at least not among the players. I know a lot of posters seemed to think that because they were playing a Wicklow team it would be handy, but club football is a different animal altogether, especially at this time of year on heavy pitches.


#78

Embarrassing result for Vincent’s. With players they have there’s no excuse for losing game like that. At least Ballyboughal are representing the county well :grin:

Positive for Dublin is that Connolly will get decent rest over the next couple of months before getting back with Dublin.


#79

It’s our first loss in Leinster since 1986 :wink:


#80

Pressure on Management to resign in disgrace now


#81

Comedians are out in force I see :slight_smile: