2018 Div 1 Dev/Squad Fixtures/Results

Division 1  Res
Date      Comp Team Score   Score Team Venue Time
18Apr     
        1 Res
Cargin
3.12
v
 1.11
Glenavy
Away

 Loss

29 Apr

        

Glenavy

 1.05

v

 2.18

St.Gall's

Home

 Loss

2 May

 

Lamh Dharg

 3.12

v

 2.11

Glenavy

Away

Loss

 6 May

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 Aghagallon

 2.13

    v

 1.05         

 Glenavy

 Away

 Loss

 11

 

 Glenavy

 1.11

 v

 0.11

 Ahoghill

 Home

 Win

 27 May

 

 Glenavy

 0.17

v

 4.15

 Creggan

 Home

Loss

 22 Jun

 

 Portglenone

 4.12

v

 0.11

 Glenavy

 Away

 Loss

 27 Jun

 

 Glenavy

 1.08

v

 1.12

 St.John's

 Home

Loss

 29th Jun

 

 St.Enda's

 0.10

 v

 1.04

  Glenavy

 Away

Loss

 6 Jul  

 Rossa

 0.13  v  0.13  Glenavy  Away Draw
  Phase 2              
 29 July    Glenavy  1.06 v  0.12 Aghagallon  Home Loss
 19 Aug    Glenavy   v    Cargin  Home  1.30pm
 29 Aug    Glenavy   v    St.Enda's  Home  6.30pm
 14 Oct    Ahoghill   v    Glenavy  Away  12.30pm
 28 Oct    Glenavy   v    L. Dhearg  Home  12.30pm
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 18 Mar   McCormack   St.Enda's    v  F/F

Glenavy

 Away  Lost
 16 Apr  Res. C/ship Rasharkin  1.11 v  1.04  Glenavy  Away  Lost
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