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League Wrap 17 May 2009

The Seven Dublin Adult leagues are at the half-way stage and a very competitive second half is in prospect. In Division 1, Champions St Vincents and Championship winners Ballyboden St Endas are joint top on 10 points after 6 games. However Good Counsel are showing promising early season form and with a game in hand could go joint top soon.

Naomh Mearn¾g could close the gap if they overcome Ballyboden St Endas in tonight’s crucial tie at Carrickhill.

In Senior B – Division 1, St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh are on full points from six games with Lucan Sarsfields just two behind. Two drawn games have seen Naomh BrÝd slip back a little but clearly they too could make up ground.

In Senior B – Division 2, St Vincents have a clear lead with 100% record on 12 points but there is a three-way tie in second place between Naomh Peregrine, Thomas Davis and Naomh Pßdraig.

Sitting on top of Intermediate Division 1 are Na Fianna with just one defeat from 6 games with Good Counsel in second place on 8 points.

Chasing hard are a trio of teams on 6 points – Erins Isle, St Marks and Raheny.

While on top of Intermediate Division 2 are Ballyboden St Endas on full points from 6 games with Liffey Gaels on six points with a game in hand.

In the Junior A division – Clanna Gael Fontenoy hold pole position on

12 points from 6 games with Lucan Sarsfields one point behind while in the Junior B division Cumann Bßire CaoimhÝn and Whitehall Colmcille are locked together on 10 points from six games with Setanta and Naomh Barr¾g chasing hard on 6 points each.




(All games 19.30)

First team at home


Tuesday 19 May

Dublin Senior A

St Vincents v Erins Isle

Raheny v Na Fianna Raheny

St Judes v Good Counsel

Naomh Mearn¾g v Ballyboden St Endas

Dublin Senior B Div 1

Ballinteer St Johns v Naomh BrÝd

Naomh Fionnbarra v Skerries Harps

Lucan Sarsfields v Portobello

St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh v Ballyboden St Endas B

Dublin Senior B Div 2

Naomh Mearn¾g v Naomh Pßdraig

Kilmacud Crokes v Naomh Peregrine

Thomas Davis v St Vincents

Dublin Junior B League

St Finians v Thomas Davis

Whitehall Colmcille v O’Dwyers

Naomh Barr¾g v Setanta

C.B.C v Na Fianna

Thursday 21 May

Dublin Intermediate Division 1

St Judes v Good Counsel

Crumlin v Raheny Crumlin

St Marks v Na Fianna

St Vincents v Erins Isle

Dublin Intermediate Division 2

Craobh Chiarßin v Ballyboden St Endas

Liffey Gaels v Round Towers

Trinity Gaels v Kilcoole

Dublin Junior A League

St Marks v Naomh BrÝd

Clanna Gael v Lucan Sarsfields

Faughs/Celtic v St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh Skerries Harps v Naomh Mearn¾g

Many thanks to Webtrade of Rathfarnham for sponsoring and developing the new website –

Sincere appreciation to Stephen Hiney, Dublin Senior Hurling captain, David Henry, Dublin Senior Footballer and all members of the senior and junior camogie teams for their attendance at launch.


Congratulations to Dublin Seniors Louise O’Hara – Erins Isle, Ciara Lucey – Ballyboden St Endas, Dublin Juniors Stephanie Carthy Naomh Mearn¾g; Eve Talbot Good Counsel; Rachel Costello Naomh Fionnbarra; Mairi Moynihan Lucan Sarsfields; Susan Kennedy Ballyboden St Endas on representing Leinster in the Gael Linn interprovincial competition.

Due to the weather at the week-end Divisions 2 and 3 of FÚile na nGael had to be postponed. Details of re-scheduling will be posted on the website.

Dublin play Wexford in the Leinster U14 championship on Saturday in Wexford.

More photographic submissions of camogie for the website from Lß na gClub are welcomed – email



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