Dublin Intermediate Hurling Championship (IHC) 2017


#103

Thats disgraceful


#104

Time mix up I hear. Daft.


#105

Simple text solves that problem


#106

Yes , 20 second call to the ref solves that .


#107

That’s disgrace. Is it not up to home side to call ref and opposition before game ?


#108

Why?


#109

To make sure that the Ref is attending the game and to ensure that there is no mixup


#110

Think he was referring to Fins match not being played.


#111

I see Mearnog were bet. That’s them down to Junior A. Huge fall from grace considering they were Senior A within the last 10 years. Sylvestres demoted from Senior B to Intermediate too. Both clubs right beside each other and struggling in hurling compared to football, something gone badly wrong there.


#112

Is it two teams down and two up? I always thought you had to win a championship to be promoted?


#113

No, both finalists promoted


#114

That’s only a requirement at juvenile level


#115

The practice of checking in with Refs a day or two before games is recommended by CCC


#116

Maybe the fact that there are more clubs playing in the area means they are sturggling to pick up player from outside? I know my old time mates would have played for Slys over the years due to lack of hurling in Rush/Lusk? Not saying Mearnogs/Syls were trying to pooch players, more a case of them being the only outlet


#117

Na Fianna beat Scoil by 5pts this evening


#118

Davis beat pereguines by 2


#119

Was that match on grass on all weather? Congrats to TD and Na Fianna


#120

It was played on the grass


#121

Final fixed Friday 20th at 7.30pm in Parnell Park. Poor enough from Co Board to fix a County final for a Friday evening. Puts lads under serious pressure with work etc!! Plus hurling under lights is just not the same for me…


#122

Ah so Na Fianna got their way. Players wedding on the Saturday so I believe