The Dublin Senior And Intermediate Teams Suffer All Ireland Defeats
Liberty Insurance All Ireland Senior Championship
The Dublin Seniors lost to Waterford on Saturday last at Walsh Park. The team gave a good account of themselves and were a point up at half time 0-04 to 1-02 after a fantastic goal from Kerri Finnegan.
They stayed within reach in the 2nd half until Waterford scored a goal in the 29th minute and there was no coming back for Dublin. Final score was Waterford 1-11, Dublin’s 1-05
Next up for Dublin is a home fixture against All Ireland champions Cork in two weeks time.
Liberty Insurance All Ireland Intermediate Championship
The Dublin Intermediate team played their first game of the Championship in Parnells GAA last Saturday and suffered a loss to Kilkenny.
Kilkenny were ahead by double scores at half time with the score Dublin 1-02 to Kilkenny’s 2-04.
Dublin were reduced to 14 players after five minutes of the second half and Kilkenny made full use of their numerical advantage to run out winners on a scoreline of 2-17 to 2-04.
Next up for the Dublin Intermediate Squad is a home tie against Kildare at Parnells GAA club in Coolock next Saturday the 29th of June.
John West Féile Skills Competition
Kerri Austin from St Maurs Camogie club was runner up in the 2019 John West Féile Skills competition, proudly representing Dublin Camogie.
The standard in the competition was extremely high with very small margins between the girls placed.
Kerri is absolutely delighted and thanks her club and county mentors for all their help and encouragement. Congratulations Kerri.
Dublin Camogie Summer Camps
Dublin Camogie will be running a Summer Camp again this year. Details will be released as soon as venues have been confirmed. Hopefully that will occur this week.