Dublin Hammers Activities - Season 2018 - 2019

A Slight Change...

Previously on this site we have had a report from all of our meetings, however since the installation of the Satellite TV system in Brannigans we are meeting every week, so writing a report every week doesn't make sense anymore. So this page will combine some meeting reports and photos from members daytrips.

Dublin Hammers Trip - Tottenham (h) - Saturday 20th October

West Ham Utd 0 vs Tottenham 1.

Report and photos from the first trip of the season

Dublin Hammers - Manchester Utd Day Trip - Saturday 29th September

West Ham Utd 3 vs Manchester Utd 1.

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Dublin Hammers - Chelsea Day Trip - Sunday 23rd September

West Ham Utd 0 vs Chelsea 0.

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Dublin Hammers - Wolves Day Trip - Saturday 1st September

West Ham Utd 0 vs Wolves 1.

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Dublin Hammers - Bournemouth Day Trip - Saturday 18th August

West Ham Utd 1 vs Bournemouth 2.

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Dublin Hammers Meeting - Liverpool (a) - Sunday 12th August 12th

Liverpool 4 vs West Ham Utd 0.

Brannighans was packed to the rafters for our first meeting of the new season, whether this was due to West Ham's summer spending spree or the promise of a free club shirt I'm not sure, but packed it was.

Having won just once at Anfield once since 1966, the chances of getting anything from the game were slim, but with some of our new signings on show and drinks in hand we hopefully watched on as the game kicked off. It soon became obvious that our fortunes were not going to change as the 'mickey mousers' launched wave upon wave of attacks and scoring two goals in each half!

Apart from a few all too brief forays into their half it really was a one sided game. If anything, I thought the ref had a poor game after allowing one goal that was clearly off-side and another that he decided that... a Liverpool player standing 2 feet in front of our keeper... wasn't interfering with play? But to be honest the final scoreline wasn't a surprise.

Games against the top 4 or 5 teams in the league are not going to define our season, our season realistically begins next week against Bournmouth. Good to see everyone again and to the new faces you are all welcome.

 

 

 

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