Bray People - - SPORT -

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.

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