Moving to the Leinster Senior League from the Athletic Union League is part of a whole club reset claims xx
Michaels were one of five teams to make the league exchange this Summer and stress it’s the part of a newly drafted five year plan.
Considering Michael’s only have three seasons under their belt the change of league may seem strange, but club secretary Michael Russell suggests the club wasn’t progressing in the manner mapped out under AUL umbrella.
“Our motto since last Christmas has been ‘we’re pressing the reset button,’” Russell told the Dublin Gazette.
“When we started out three years ago, that was the first five-year plan. Unfortunately, when we went to the AUL that plan took a serious dint.
“That five-year plan we had three years ago is probably starting to be another five-year plan.”
The RPD Cup finalists are set to enter Sunday Premier or Division1 Sunday in the LSL and Russell has no qualms about his sides ability to compete and Junior level in the LSL.
“Most of our midseason friendlies have been against teams like Palmerstown and Marks, Tymon Bawn, Terenure.
“Our record against them was pretty good – I think we had four wins and two draws.
“That’s where we believe we’re at.”