It’ll come as no surprise to anyone to learn that Mark Ronaldson’s appeal against his four-week ban fell on deaf ears last night – here’s confirmation of the news from Midwest. We should hear later on about who is being drafted in instead of Mark for Sunday. One diminutive Shrule-Glencorrib man for another, perhaps?
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well in will be a diminutive one from shrule or ballintubber u would imagine. Id go for Dillon. with Varley on board it would means we have free takers operating on both sides of the pitch
Well W.J. – hows the form? Was chatting to some young Dub fans today and they are very confident (innocence!). The changes show that Gilroy considers that it’ll be a tough one – hopefully it won’t be as hard on the eyes as the Ballina tussle last year. As the year pushes on, the finess advantage that we may have had against Galway will become less of a facor. Mc Garrity and Fennell should be a great tussle – expect Ronan to build on his positive early league form: his fielding has been impressive thus far. Pity about the “Pocket Rocket” but a spell on the sideline may only give added appetitite to our most improved player this year by far. I think that the signs are good for us, and that we should have 6 league points come Sunday night!
Keeping well, DB – will you be in McHale Park on Sunday? We should win on Sunday – Paddy Power are only offering us at 8/13 – and I think we’ll see a major contrast in styles between the two sides, with our fast-moving, hard running approach up against their 14 men behind the ball style. With Ronaldo out, it’s a challenge to the others to get the scores but I’ve been well impressed so far with how Enda Varley has been doing and you get the impression that Aidan O’Shea is finally going to cut loose inside. Six points come Sunday evening would be nice alright, as would a 12th NFL title, but we all know it’s what we’re like in the summer that counts. The jury will be out on that for a while yet.