Winter Superleague 2020: Week 8


Coming up this Saturday, the 29th of Feburary at the Stinger Dome

  • 6pm – Verdun Vikings (Men’s) vs Griffintown Gaels (Men’s)
  • 7pm – Griffintown Gaels (Ladies) vs Goose Village Blackrocks (Ladies)
  • 8pm – N.D.G. Na Fianna Rouges vs. PSC Cu Chulainn

Week eight of the 2020 Winter Superleague starts at 6pm this Saturday, the 29th of February, in the Concordia Stinger Dome, and it’s do or die time for a number of our teams, at the league enters its final stages.
First we have the Verdun Vikings lining up against the Griffintown Gaels in the men’s football. A win for the Gaels here will stamp their ticket for the final, leaving the rest of the table to fight for the remaining place. Meanwhile, the Vikings are at their last chance saloon, they need to win both their remaining games and hope that all the other results land just right to stand a chance of making the final. It’s a long road, but they’ll need to take their first step here.
Next we have the Griffintown Gaels going against the Goose Village Blackrocks in the ladies’ football. No team has pulled far enough ahead of the pack to be thinking about the finals just yet, but a win here would strengthen the Blackrocks case as they would go top of the table. A win for the Gael would truly set the cat amongst the pigeons, as all four teams would be tied on four points each, and all teams would have two games left to play. All still left to play for, no matter what happens.
Finally, it’s N.D.G. Na Fianna Rouges taking on PSC Cu Chulainn in the hurling. PSC can no longer make the finals, but that doesn’t mean they can’t have a say in who does. A win here for Na Fianna would put them into the final, no matter what happens. But a PSC win makes it a three horse race, with the Harps, the Warriors, and Na Fianna all capable of making the finals. Riveting stuff, either which way!

And while the ladies’ football is on, there is a men’s’ Football training session from 7pm to 8pm on Field C.

Winter Superleague 2020: Week 7


Coming up this Saturday, the 22nd of Feburary at the Stinger Dome

  • 6pm – Concordia Warriors vs N.D.G. Na Fianna Rouges
  • 7pm – Concordia Warriors (Men’s) vs Verdun Vikings (Men’s)
  • 8pm – Concordia Warriors (Ladies) vs Verdun Vikings (Ladies)

Week seven of the 2020 Winter Superleague starts at 6pm this Saturday, the 22nd of February, in the Concordia Stinger Dome, and will see the Concordia Warriors take to the field in all three fixtures.
First we have small ball action as the Concordia Warriors take on N.D.G Na Fianna Rouges. Both the Warriors and the Rouge as a point off the top of the table, so both sides will go at it hard knowing they can go top of the table with a win here.
Next we have the Warriors going against the Verdun Vikings in the men’s football. These sides are tied on a win each but with the table as tight as it is, either side could jump into second place with a win here and position themselves nicely for the run in to the end of the season. High drama and fantastic football surely awaits in this fixture.
Finally, its the Warriors and the Vikings again, but this time in the Ladies’ Football. The Vikings need a win here to keep themselves in the race, while the Warriors have been in fine fettle and will be looking for a win here to put them top of the table, which should make for a cracking game.

And while the men’s football is on, there is a Ladies’ Football training session from 7pm to 8pm on Field C.

Winter Superleague 2020: Week 6


Coming up this Saturday, the 15th of Feburary at the Stinger Dome

  • 6pm – PSC Cu Chulainn vs St Henri Harps
  • 7pm – Goose Village Blackrocks (Ladies) vs Verdun Vikings (Ladies)
  • 8pm – Griffintown Gaels (Men’s) vs Goose Village Blackrocks (Men’s)

Week Six of the Winter Superleague sees top of the table clashes in the Men’s football, a place at the top of the table up for the Vikings in the Women’s football, and in Hurling PSC will look to turn their season around as they face the St Henri Harps.
PSC are without a win so far this year, but will fancy their chances in landing the second punch on a Harps side that are still reeling from their first loss of the season.
Next up we have a second place Vikings taking on third place Blackrocks, both could jump into first depending on the score difference that the end of this match, so expect no quarter to be asked or given as both sides chase the number one spot.
And to close out the night we have a top of the table clash, where the Griffintown Gaels meet the Goose Village Blackrocks for the second, and possibly last, time this season. The game went the Gaels way last time, and set them up for an impressive season so far, but the Blackrocks will be itching to right that perceived wrong and will look to push the Gaels to their limit. Will the Gaels go two for two and set themselves up for a place in the final, or will the Blackrocks claim victory and throw the field wide open?