Clontarf claimed the division two playoff spot as they showed a clinical edge against Dublin Uni that was absent earlier in the week against the same opposition; Rathgar finish 13-points clear; Suttonians claim third
The battle for the playoff spot did not move especially closer to a conclusion as the three central protagonists stay virtually as they were, Clontarf and Suttonians drawing while Trinity fell to Rathgar
Despite admitting he came into the job with “zero experience and zero qualifications”, Paddy Conlon’s first coaching gig has already yielded a trophy as the upshot of UCD’s 2-0 win over Monkstown meant Pembroke claimed Leinster men’s division one
Just three seasons since formation as the Chiefs, Rathgar have hit the big time as goals from Dan Needham and star man Gary Sharman saw them claim the Leinster men’s division two title with three games to spare.
With Monkstown not in action this weekend, Pembroke can move 11 points clear in men’s Leinster division one and within touching distance of ultimate glory but they travel to a YMCA side reaching a critical phase for their IHL aspirations.
Men’s Leinster Division Two Rathgar 2 (Mark McNulty, Nick Odlum) Kilkenny 1 (Billy McEnery) Rathgar claimed their fourth successive single-goal victory to see off Kilkenny with unlikely scorer Nick Odlum emerging from left back to pop home the winner. It moves Rathgar six points clear with six rounds of matches to be played. Kilkenny came [...]
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