Chel­tenham top­ples r.dublin spik­ers

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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.”

Chel­tenham wanted to PDNH suUH LW finLsKHG USper Dublin in the third set. But once again, the Car­di­nals gave their best ef­fort. Wood­son con­tin­ued to bring en­ergy off the bench, while Myrek and Mayne con­tin­ued to pound down points. homins and Matt Ja­cob­son tried to save rp­per Dublin by keep­ing points alive, but the Pan­thers were not to be de­nied of the sweep. Chel­tenham’s size up front was the big dif­fer­ence in the WHDPs DnG LW ZRn WKH finDl game 25-22.

“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.”

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