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Team of the week is the U13 development academy which won the James Hurley Shield in Mallow, Co Cork.  Well done to mentors Paul Beecher, Irene Kirwan, Jacinta Buckley and Joan Twomey.  See for full details and photographs.


The new website clocked up 11,500 and nearly 600,000 hits in its first month.  Many thanks to all who support it.  Anyone who would like to advertise on the website should email


The next minor and senior board meetings will be on Monday 15 June in Parnell Park at 7.00 pm and 8.00 pm respectively.


Dublin open their Gala Championships on Saturday 20 June.  The senior side is away to Cork, the All-Ireland Champions while the Junior team travels to Down to take on the home side.



Best of luck to all members doing the Leaving and Junior Certificate examinations.


Juvenile League Round up at 27 May 2009

As some divisions take a break due to the Examinations, a glance at the 17 juvenile divisions sees a wide spread of clubs occupying pole positions.

At U16 Division 1, top spot is held by St. Oliver Plunketts on 10 points from 5 games but St Vincents are also unbeaten but with a game less played. At U16 Division 2, there is a similar situation with Naomh BrÝd on 10 points from 5 games with Kilmacud Crokes in second spot on 8 points from 4 games while at U16 Division 3 a fine Naomh Maur side has only dropped 1 point from 7 games to lead second placed Raheny on 8 points from 5 games. Faughs/Celtic are also on 8 points but have played 6 games.


Moving to U15 – the leaders in Division 1 are St Vincents on a maximum

14 points with last year’s All-Ireland FÚile Champions Lucan Sarsfields in second spot with just one defeat. While in U15 Division 2, Erins Isle lead the way with an unbeaten 7 match run ahead of Thomas Davis on 10 points with a game in hand.

Lucan Sarsfields are in top spot in U14 Division 1 on 8 points from 4 games with St Vincents and St Oliver Plunketts chasing hard on 6 points each.

Although dropping 4 points, Naomh Fionnbarra lead U14 Division 2 on 8 points from 6 games with unbeaten Ballinteer St Johns poised to strike on 7 points from 4 games.


Switching to U13 Division 1, Lucan Sarsfields lead the way on 14 points from 7 games with Ballyboden St Endas and Na Fianna together on 10 points in joint second spot. Leaders at U13 Division 2 are Skerries Harps on 12 points from 7 games with three teams on 10 points – Naomh Mearn¾, Crumlin and Naomh Olaf while carrying the southside flag in U13 Division 3 is Cuala who top the table along with Naomh Maur and Naomh Peregrine on 10 points from 7 games.


Naomh Jude top the U12 Division 1 group with full points from 7 games with St Oliver Plunketts just two points behind. U12 Division 2 sees Naomh BrÝd lead the way by a whopping 8 points from Kilmacud Crokes who do have a game in hand. In U12 Division 2, Lucan Sarsfields’ current strength in camogie continues to be felt as the side sits on top with 12 points from 7 games just ahead of St Finians on 10 points.


In U11 (Double Round) Division 1, its also Lucan Sarsfields leading the way with 12 points from 6 games, four points better than Naomh Jude. U11 Division 2 sees Ballyboden St Endas just edging Lucan Sarsfields – 13 points to 12 with Lucan having a game in hand.

In U11 (single round), Division 1 St Vincents have only dropped 1 point in their 9 games with Castleknock and Naomh BrÝd chasing hard on12 points. U11 Division 2 in this category is led by Erins Isle on 15 points with Ballyboden C on 14 and Skerries Harps not far back on 12.




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