A very busy week started off with our Division 3 team playing away to Westmanstown on Monday night where they had no luck at all.
The Division 1 team played at home to Dun Laoghaire on Tuesday evening and in a game that finished in near darkness the away team came home with the spoils and all seven points.
The Division 2 team were away to Railway Union on the same night and Railway’s experience having just being relegated from Division 1 came through in the end when they took all seven points.
The ladies were next up on Wednesday when they took on Dun Laoghaire and once again victory eluded Bray.
Our Division 6 team took on Crumlin at home on Wednesday evening and despite some heroic performances victory went to Crumlin.
Both Vets teams were in action on Thursday with Vets 1 just losing out away to Westmanstown and Vets 2 losing their unbeaten record at home to Skerries.
The club finally had something to cheer about on Saturday when Division 1 shared the spoils away to Aer Lingus and took home 3.5 points.
The Division 2 team were at home to Skerries on the same day and got one point.
The rink led by Robert Mac Clancy and with Roddy O’Leary, Eddie Kelly and Michael Dunne lending great support got the Bray point.