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#302 Al’s, the ‘Wheelers and Murphy’s Law…. impress

Murphy's Law 7pm team going well in this year's Wellington Mixed Summer Sevens. Back row: Martin O'Shea, Deirdre McShane, Carol Griffen, Tracey Kane, Kevin Fitzgerald, and Declan Rynne. Front row: Tomas Harty, Andrea Byrne, Maurice Hartnett, and Robbie English. (Photo courtesy of Wellington GAA, NZ).

Despite the best efforts of wet weather, the Wellington Mixed Summer Sevens is in full swing with this Wednesday and Thursday nights action very competitive at Ian Galloway Park in Wellington, New Zealand.

The schedule was curtailed on Wednesday evening as rain saw just three games being played with The Gazelles v Hill 16 the pick of the night and best game to date.
Meanwhile, the team that caught the eye that evening was Murphy’s Law 7pm in their win over Darryls Demons.

On Thursday a mammoth seven games packed the programme with Al’s A Team and Wheelbarrow Wheelers also impressing.

Here to tell us all about this week’s Round 3 action is Wellington GAA President, Donal Kavanagh.

He is joined by two guests on the podcast, tournament organizer and Cork native, Trevor O’Halloran, and special visitor from Dr. Crokes in Kerry, Donal’s father, Sean.

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