Adult Hurling League 1 (AHL1) 2018


#41

Cuala will be missing a lot more than NaFianna with County footballers, Hurlers & injuries that we already know about… combined with the league been a low priority, fair play to NaFianna but would not read too much into the scoreline


#42

summary of the match from dubzone newsletter:

This helps them to maintain their 100% winning rate after three rounds of AHL1 action, a record that is currently matched by the aforementioned Na Fianna. After putting O’Toole’s and Lucan to the sword in the early weeks of the campaign, the Glasnevin men underlined their title credentials in a 15-point victory (2-24 to 0-15) at the expense of All-Ireland champions Cuala at Shanganagh Park on Saturday.

While his brother Colin was scorer-in-chief with a grand total of 10 points, a Sean Currie goal also helped to place Na Fianna into the driving seat. Another major by Sean Ryan kept the visitors in control and Eoghan McHugh also capped an accomplished display with a 0-4 haul.

Though they fielded a weakened team, Oisin Gough, Sean Treacy, Simon Timlin and Colm Cronin all featured for the Dalkey outfit. As a result of their recent championship journeys, this was Cuala’s first league outing of 2018 and they will now look to bounce back away to Ballyboden on May 16.


#43

Brigids 3-16 crokes 3-14


#44

Good win for Brigids, who did the scoring?


#45

Wins for Na Fianna over Brigids, Boden over Cuala, Craobh over O Tooles and Jude’s won against Vins. Lucan drew with Crumlin. All played last night.


#46

https://www.dublingaa.ie/news/ahl-div.-1-roundup-16th-may


#47

Crumlin hanging in there again. Fair play to them.


#48

Vins beat Crokes by a point this evevning. Daly won’t be collecting his expenses for tonight as he wasn’t there :wink:


#49

Didnt get visa clearance for the north side


#50

Na Fianna 3-13 Boden 2-11


#51

Na fianna going very well. It could well be their year of reckoning with so much talent there.


#52

#53

That’s a seriously high scoring game for 60 minutes.


#54

Sounds like it was a good game for sure, conditions wouldn’t get much better i suppose.


#55

If John Giles was a hurling pundit, he’d complain about poor defending!


#56

notice it is Cian O’Sullivan scored the winner for Brigids, so assume he’s not with Dublin this weekend?


#57

He only came on as a sub for the 21s, so like Dillon (we think) maybe they are working him slowly back from an injury


#58

Anyone know as Bennett playing for faughs? If he got his hurling mojo back it’d be a big plus for pat.

With the hurlers season finishing next weekend, there should be some good quality league games over the summer.

Round up:

https://www.dublingaa.ie/news/ahl-div.-1-roundup-30th-may


#59

He has been playing as far as i’ve heard. How well he’s hurling or how well he’s conditioned, i do not know


#60

Heard he was playing alright - would be great if he gave county another shot.