Striker Online
Latest News HomepageNDSL

Disappointment at St Molagas as ‘no show’ pulls plug on U12C summit clash


What should have been a heavyweight contest at the top of the NDSL Under 12C table became no more than a sparring match on Saturday morning in St Molagas.

The reason, no referee showed up unfortunately, despite a man in black been organised the night before.

To save disappointment for the kids who were all raring to go, both teams decided to play a friendly with the points probably been a little too important to play for seen as both teams have a lot to play for. Balbriggan currently sit on top of the tree with 16 points from 7 games.

They’ve dropped just 4 points with one defeat and one draw harming their title ambitions to date.Just below them on goal difference is Swords Celtic, although Celtic have only one game left as opposed to Balbriggan’s three.

The ball is firmly in the Balbriggan boys’ court .Sitting in 3rd were the visitors to North County Dublin on Saturday morning.

They are 6 points behind  Balbriggan but have to play them twice.

Two wins for Celtic and suddenly it’s all to play for.And if that does happen, the title could be even more intriguing as Balbriggan’s final league game is against bottom of the table, Maynooth, the one team that held Balbriggan to a draw previously this season.

While Kilmore will have to play Skerries, who are currently 4th – level on points with Kilmore but having played more games.Squeaky bum-time in the NDSL’s Under 12C Saturday. 

Related posts


Eamon Scott

Eamon Scott


Eamon Scott