There was a lot at stake in this A League match in Skryne yesterday evening, with neither side having bagged a win in this year's League and both desperately needing full points to extract themselves from the relegation dogfight.
St. Michaels left everything they had on the field in this pulsating clash of the "Saints" in Carlanstown on Wednesday evening and while it wasn't enough to snatch victory it was a vastly improved performance from their last outing in Carnaross on Sunday afternoon.
Both teams were coming off league defeats at the weekend and served up a very entertaining game played in ideal conditions. The lead changed hands on a number of occasions and the issue was in doubt until the final minutes.
Curraha made the long trip to Meath Hill on Wednesday evening and came away with both league points following a hard earned victory in an exciting game which had the start delayed due to traffic congestion exiting the M2 motorway.
Ballinlough made the midweek trip to Walterstown on a lovely evening for football, with many of our lads coming straight from work to play the game, given the nature of football fixtures on a Wednesday evening.
After losing out to Killyon Longwood in last years decider Ratoath more than made amends with this comprehensive win over Kildalkey/Boardsmill in the Under 16 Division 1 hurling league final played in ideal conditions at a prestine Pairc Tailteann.