Cheltenham topples r.dublin spikers
advantage of rpper Dublin mistakes to take the second game 25-20.
“We worked as hard as we could, it just didn’t work out in the end,” hodroff said. “We came in expecting it to be an easy win and they came out and improved from last time. The underclassmen take a lot out of the loss because the experience will help build the program.”
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“My guys play really gritty,” Manser said. “They don’t care if they are down; they always believe they can come back. I think they have learned a lot this year.”