An op­por­tu­nity lost

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WICK­LOW man­ager Ea­mon Scallan spoke after the game in Owen­beg and was ob­vi­ously dis­ap­pointed in the man­ner in which his troops lost out on a semi-fi­nal berth hav­ing gone through the cam­paign putting up some mas­sive scores which saw Wick­low record a to­tal of 5-49 in three games and he felt it was a lost op­por­tu­nity for such a gal­lant bunch of play­ers who have given loyal sup­port to him and his se­lec­tors dur­ing the year.

He said he was happy with the progress the team had made dur­ing the year, hav­ing be­ing crowned NHL Divi­sion 2 league cham­pi­ons and en­joy­ing their good run in the Christy Ring Cup which saw six younger play­ers in­tro­duced to the squad.

This year he hopes the en­tire panel re­mains in­tact and go­ing for­ward next year he would like to see a num­ber of other play­ers make them­selves avail­able as Wick­low make the step up in league hurl­ing.

Ea­mon would like to thank the County Board and all the back­room staff for their help and a spe­cial word of thanks to the en­tire panel for loy­al­ity and ded­i­ca­tion dur­ing the year.

Wick­low boss Ea­monn Scallan

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