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#76 London hurlers have to pick themselves up

Down get a bye to face Antrim in the Ulster Hurling final as London hurlers are left out in the cold. Earlier at the launch of the Ulster Hurling Championship, Ulster GAA Chairman Aogan Ó Fearghail, told the Belfast Telegraph when encouraging each participant to "reach for the stars" he added: “Isn’t every team entitled to dream?".

While the news sinks in for London hurlers that they are denied their rightful place in a first ever Ulster Hurling Championship semi final by two unmovable forces –  one a stoic finger pointing Ulster Council, the other a leaderless Croke Park,  the hurlers now have to pick themselves up once more when facing Fingal in the Nicky Rackard Quarter Final this Saturday in Parnell Park.  Meanwhile,  London footballers prepare for their upcoming All Ireland Qualifier game with Wexford, while at home in Division 1 Senior Football in Ruislip, St Brendans strut their stuff with a good win over Tara. Chairman Tommy Harrell reports the latest from London.

 

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