Fingal hurlers travel to London this weekend to take on London in a Division 3 NHL game. To date, both teams are unbeaten and the Dublin side has recorded impressive victories over Louth and Tyrone . Sunday’s clash against unbeaten side London will be their toughest assignment to date. Fingal will need to put in a consistent performance over 70 minutes if they hope to come away from Ruislip with their unbeaten record maintained.
Due to the involvement of players in club league games on Saturday, team selection has been delayed. The management can call on the services of John Matthew Sheridan who returns from suspension. His return will offset the loss of Gearóid Ó Cearnaigh who sustained a hand injury in the game against Tyrone.
The team will be selected from the following panel:
Willie Bourke (St Brigid’s), Hilary Murray Hession (St Sylvesters), Robbie Fennelly (O Dwyer’s), Niall Feeney (N Mearnóg), Malachy Nulty (Fingallians), Peter Coyne (Triinity Gaels), Sean O’Sullivan (St Brigid’s), Dermot Vaughan (Fingallians), Niall Ring (N Barróg), David Byrne (N Mearnóg), Brian Powell (n Mearnóg), Dara de Búrca (Setanta), Ross McGarry (Skerries Harps), Paul Garbutt (N Barróg), Paul McAllister (St Maurs), Dominic Harris (St Finain’s), Eoin Power (N Mearnóg), Brian McCarthy (N Mearnóg), Emmet McCabe (N Barróg), Conor McCafferty (St Sylvesters), John Matthew Sheridan (Fingallians), Cian O Mahony(St Brigid’s), Colm Downey (Fingallians).