Weekend Round up

by louthandproud on November 17, 2014

in Club

The Site’s back!!

3days to go

Confusing Morning but we know who stole the show yesterday !
here’s my weekend round up

Well what can we say about the Sean O’Mahony’s through to the Leinster intermediate final!
It looked very dodgy at times but they got there in the end…they now play Ballinlough from Meath in the final, the 30th of November

#Division 2

Right, what we do know is the Fechins are Champions and Glyde are gone down to Division 3
4 teams in the promotion Play off’s are….Roche home to Marys and Joes play DYI at home.
DYI sneak in there because they beat the Clans even though the clans have a considerable better score difference (47 points!) This rule really needs to be looked at and thrown out for 2015!

Relegation clarification
The relegation playoff spot see’s 3 teams on 8 points Brides, Mochs and Hunterstown….so it goes down to points difference.

Which means the Mochta’s are the team in the relegation play off spot against the Westerns.
Some confusion about it being a 3 way play off because of the clans Walkover the joes but was since squashed as it had nothing to do with the 3 teams involved hope that makes sense.
Still waiting on official county board clearance so stay tuned.



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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

louthandproud November 17, 2014 at 3:35 pm

Don’t lose the faith Louth Gael!

Tommy Brennan November 17, 2014 at 3:30 pm

Excellent reporting , great site.

Louth Gael November 17, 2014 at 1:05 pm

Will not be encouraging my 14 year old son to play football in this county, the whole thing from the top down is corrupt, all nods and winks from the senior board right down. Let him play rugby and soccer. The following have not been addressed in last 30 years:

1. County Ground
2. Under age structures
3. CCC
4. Transfer committee
5. Forward / future development of Louth football at all levels up to senior.

Well done to the SOM hopefully they can go all the way, and good luck to Colin Kelly as the new Louth manager.

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