DDRE takes the lead in the standings after Week 3
Oct. 20, 2014
It was a gorgeous day for hurling on Sunday, October 19th, which marked week three of Charleston's fall hurling league. We saw some great play on the field from both experienced and new players.
This week, Digico took on Recovery Room for the first match of their double header. Though Rec Room was missing a few of its usual members, they held their own with the majority of the team being comprised of new players. Both defensive sides were on guard during the first half, and Rec Room managed to keep the more experienced Digico players at bay for a time. Digico led at the half by just one goal. The halftime score: Digico 3-5 (14) v. Rec Room 2-5 (11). Despite Rec Room's continued efforts in the second half, experience prevailed and Digico dominated.
League standings leveled in Week 2; Recovery Room maintains slim lead
Oct. 13, 2014
After a week's break due unforeseen scheduling conflict, Charleston hurling was back in full force on Sunday, for week two of its fall league. Teams Digico, Recovery Room, and Darragh Doran Real Estate showed up with as much enthusiasm as they had displayed during opening week and it showed through in their play.
50 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Charleston
Oct. 7, 2014
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Inaugural Charleston Hurling League underway; Recovery Room leads
Sep. 29, 2014
This past Sunday, marked the opening day of the Charleston Hurling Club's inaugural league. It was an exciting day to say the least! About thirty hurlers — both new and experienced — greeted the day at The Citadel's Wilson Field with enthusiasm and determination, ready to kick off the league in a big way.Continue reading
2014 Scottish Games at Boone Hall
Sep. 21, 2014
The sky threatened rain for most of Saturday, but the weather held out nicely as the Charleston Hurling Club enjoyed a day out at the 43rd Annual Charleston Scottish Games & Highland Gathering. The yearly Scottish Games at Boone Hall Plantation always guarantee a grand time and this year was no exception. Club members, our families, and friends settled in for a long day of spectating, recruiting, and imbibing. We had an enjoyable time watching events like the sheaf toss and the caber toss all while listening to some talented pipers and drummers.Continue reading