Dublin Senior And Intermediate Teams Suffer Championship Losses

A group of Dublin Camogie players gather in a circle to talk during a Intermediate championship game.

Liberty Insurance Senior All Ireland Championship

Frank Browne’s Dublin Senior Team travelled to The Ragg to face Tipperary in round 4 of the Liberty Insurance All Ireland Championship on Saturday last.

The girls put up a great battle and were a good match for Tipp but it was not to be. Dublin were very unlucky in front of goal with a number of attempts missing the net by inches and Tipperary came away with the win on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-09

That result means Dublin can’t qualifying for the All-Ireland quarter finals.

The Dublin Seniors final group game of will be against Clare on Saturday next July 20th, time and venue TBC.

Whilst Dublin are out of Championship, this is a hugely important game to ensure they avoid any relegation issues.

Liberty Insurance All Ireland Intermediate Championship

Dave Dunning’s Dublin Intermediate team travelled to Kinnegad to play their 4th match of the Championship. It was not their day. Westmeath won by 2-16 to 1-09

Next up for the Dublin Inters is on Saturday next July the 20th when Dublin play at home to Galway at 4pm at Round Towers GAA, Monastery Road, Clondalkin.

All Ireland U16A Camogie Championship

After a great win over Clare last week, Jonny Jackson’s U16A team fell at the hands of Galway on Sunday in Round 2 of the All Ireland U16A Championship. The full-time score was Dublin 0-15, Galway 7-10.

Dublin play away to Wexford in Round 3 on Sunday next July the 21st in what will be a crucial match for positions in group stages. Time and Venue to be conformed.

Leinster Minor A Camogie Championship

Pat Martin’s Dublin Minor’s played a very strong Wexford team in Round Towers Gaa on Sunday last in the Leinster Championship. The final score was Dublin 2-15, Wexford 6-13.

The Minors will play away to Kilkenny on Wednesday The 17th at Young Irelands, Gowran at 7.30pm.

Leinster Poc Fada

Congratulations to Hannah Bourke (Castleknock) Dublin who took 1st place in the Leinster Poc Fada U16 competition and to Stef Carthy (Na Fianna) who came 3rd in the Leinster Seniors.

Dublin Camogie Summer Camps

Dublin Camogie will be running a Summer Camp again this year. All of the Coaches will be Dublin Seniors and it promises to be a great Camp.

Details are as follows- Dublin Camogie Summer Camp at Abbotstown for Ages 11, 12 and 13 years of age on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the July 23rd, 24th and 25th of July from 10am to 2pm .

Cost is €60 per child or €100 for 2 siblings. To register, for the camp please e-mail dcdbsecretary@gmail.com

Dublin 7’s Camogie Competition

Dublin 7’s Camogie Competition is ongoing until mid-August.