Le­in­ster club draws

Bray People - - Sport -

NEXT SUN­DAY’S new­ly­crowned county cham­pi­ons, ei­ther St. Pa­trick’s or Kil­te­gan, will be away to the Car­low cham­pi­ons in the first round of the Le­in­ster club foot­ball com­pe­ti­tion this year. That game is fixed for Oc­to­ber 26.

And should they win, Wick­low will have a home game against the Long­ford cham­pi­ons in the sec­ond round which is sched­uled for Novem­ber 9.

In the Le­in­ster Club cham­pi­onship draws, re­vealed this week, Wick­low’s Se­nior hurl­ing cham­pi­ons will be at home to the Kil­dare cham­pi­ons in the In­ter­me­di­ate com­pe­ti­tion on Oc­to­ber 26. Should they win, Wick­low will also have home venue in the semi-fi­nal against Meath.

In the Le­in­ster In­ter­me­di­ate club foot­ball, Wick­low’s rep­re­sen­ta­tives will be at home to Kilkenny’s Se­nior cham­pi­ons on Novem­ber 2 and, should they win, they will again be at home to Long­ford in the quar­ter-fi­nal on Novem­ber 9.

Wick­low still have to sort out their po­si­tion in re­gard to the Le­in­ster Club Ju­nior hurl­ing. In this com­pe­ti­tion they are rep­re­sented by their In­ter­me­di­ate hurl­ing cham­pi­ons but Glenealy In­ter­me­di­ates - win­ners of the county ti­tle - are in­el­i­gi­ble be­cause they come from a Se­nior club. The other two In­ter­me­di­ate teams in the county are also from Se­nior clubs, so Wick­low will have sort this mat­ter out with Le­in­ster Coun­cil.

In any event, Wick­low’s rep­re­sen­ta­tives are fixed to play the win­ners of Kil­dare v. Car­low away on Novem­ber 2.

Wick­low’s Ju­nior foot­ball cham­pi­ons have also pulled an away draw against the Laois cham­pi­ons in the Le­in­ster club Ju­nior foot­ball on Oc­to­ber 26, but the win­ners will be at home to Car­low in the quar­ter-fi­nal on Novem­ber 9.

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