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It is championship Saturday with the meeting of Ballyboden St Endas and Good Counsel in the senior A championship followed by the all northside pairing of St Vincent’s and Naomh Mearn¾g in a repeat of the 2007 final at Craobh Chiarain’s excellent venue in Clonshaugh.


All four sides have huge potential and very close games are in prospect.


This year’s junior decider will see Clanna Gael take on St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh while the intermediate final will bring together the pairing of neighbours Good Counsel and Crumlin.


The County Board extends its sympathy to the Courtney family in Crumlin on their recent loss.


Congratulations to the Dublin team of 1984 which will be honoured at Sunday’s All-Ireland finals in Croke Park.


Well done to those who organised and supported the Night at the Dogs in Shelbourne Park on Saturday night.


Best of luck to Kilmacud Crokes in Saturdays Annual Sevens All-Ireland



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