A BATTLE ROYAL LIES AHEAD FOR DUBLIN CHAMPS!

Dublin champions Kilmacud Crokes and Clann Mhuire are looking forward to another busy weekend on the playing fields with both clubs in Leinster Club semi-finals action on Sunday, October 12th.

Tesco Homegrown Intermediate Leinster Club Championship
Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) Simonstown (Meath)
Sunday 12th October, 3.30pm
Pairc de Burca (Stillorgan)

Following on from last week ends 3-22 to 0-08 win over St Helen’s of Longford Kilmacud Crokes will this Sunday welcome Meath champions Simonstown to Pairc de Burca.

Simonstown will come into Sunday’s clash full of confidence following their previous Leinster victories over St Rynaghs of Offaly and Crossabeg / Ballymurn of Wexford.

The winners of Sunday’s semi-final will play either Milltown (Westmeath) or Sarsfields (Kildare) in the provincial final on October 26th.

Tesco Homegrown Intermediate Leinster Club Championship
Clann Mhuire (Dublin) Dee Rangers (Meath)
Sunday 12th October, 2.00pm
Naul

Clann Mhuire will look forward to Sunday’s home game with Dee Rangers of Meath having travelled to Kilkenny last weekend for their quarter final clash with Thomastown.

Dee rangers will provide formidable opposition for the Naul club the Meath champions have shown their pedigree by comfortably disposing of both Killeshin (Laois) and Dromard (Longford) on route to this week ends semi- final.

The Naul club will however be boosted by the TG4 All Star nomination of Carla Rowe with the 19 year old Dundalk IT student truly emerging as one of the up and coming stars of Ladies football.

Meanwhile Dublin senior champions Na Fianna will welcome Seneschalstown (Meath) to Mobhi Road in their provincial semi-final on Sunday October 19th with the throw in time pencilled down for 2pm.

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