Dublin Camogie player in a sky blue jersey, navy skort and white helmet gets away from the tackle of a Derry player in a white jersey with band across the chest, red skort and green helmet image is used to advertise Féile

Dublin Camogie Féile

Dublin Camogie have 6 new Champions after the weekend. The Division 1 and Division 3 winners will go to National Féile.

In Division 1 Ballyboden St Endas beat Lucan Sarsfields by 2-01 to 0-01, in Division 2 Ballinteer St Johns overcame Kilmacud Crokes by 1-02 to 0-01.

Division 3 was won by Naomh Jude who were victorious over Skerries Harps by 4-00 to 1-00. The Division 4 title was won by Raheny beating Naomh Mearnóg by 1-02 to 1-01.

There was History in the making in Division 5 as Scoil Uí Chonaill beat Commercials by 0-02 to 0-00 0.02 to win Féile for the very first time in the clubs history.

In the Division B final Lucan Sarsfields enjoyed a win over Kilmacud Crokes by 3-03 to 1-03.

The Féile skills competition will be held on Easter Monday April 22nd at Silverpark. All details under Fixtures tab at www.dublincamogie.ie

Spirit Of Féile Competition

The Dublin County Board ran a “Spirit Of Féile” competition over the weekend and asked Clubs to get into the spirit.

The prize was for a full Féile team to go to the Easter Camp where they will be trained by Dublin Camogie stars.

Erins Isle won the prize for their team spirit, colour, mascots, fun behavior, they certainly got into the fun and made plenty of people smile. Congrats to all and well done

Thank You

A huge thank you to all the Host Clubs for Féile. Naomh Maur, Cuala, Naomh Mearnóg, St Annes, Round Towers Clondalkin and Naomh Olaf.

The work that went on behind the scenes was incredible and you helped create many fond memories for 100’s of girls.

To the Parents, mentors, referees, Executive, first aiders, physio, supporters and of course the Girls themselves a massive thanks.

Leinster Camogie Club League

Congratulations to the following Dublin clubs who won Leinster Club Finals in Abbotstown on Sunday.

Naomh Barróg won the Senior 5 final against St. Brides from Louth on a scoreline of 2-05. to 0-05.

The Senior 2 Final was won by St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh who overcame Celbridge by 4-07 to 1-07.

It was hard luck to Castleknock who were beaten by St Brigids of Laois in the Senior 3 Final by 1-04 to 0-11.

Dublin Minor Camogie

The Dublin Minors bowed out of the All Ireland Championship last Saturday after a loss to Cork at the Cork Camogie grounds with the full-time score Cork 2-18, Dublin 0-08

U16 Leinster Championship

The Dublin U16 squad will hope to continue their winning run when they play Kilkenny at home in the 2nd round of the Leinster Championship this coming Sunday the 7th of April 7th at 2pm. Venue will be confirmed shortly.


The Camogie Congress will be held in Ballinasloe ,Galway on Friday and Saturday next April 5th and 6th.

Dates For The Diary

The Dublin Camogie Easter Camps for girls aged 11, 12 , and 13 years of age will be held in Abbotstown on Monday the 15th ,Tuesday the 16th and Wednesday the 17th April from 10.30am to 2.30pm.

There is also a camp at the same venue for 14/15 year olds. Details tbc .Contact for Camps is dcdbsecretary@gmail.com