Friday July 10, 2020

Fallout from a footballing false move

2nd December, 2018

Ballybrack FC were flying in the league this year. Six wins and one draw from eight matches had them in second place in their division, with games in hand. They had beaten a competitive Arklow Town FC 3-2, at home, but the return match was going to be a problem.

Numbers can be difficult in Leinster Senior League football – amateur players will inevitably have other commitments. Fail to field a team, and you give...

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