We have an absolutely huge Sunday in the We Are Dublin Senior Camogie Club Championship as the Finals take place in Senior 1, 2 and 3.
The National Sports Campus in Abbotstown will host the three games this weekend and there couldn’t be a better venue.
The day is sure to be a brilliant spectacle and showcase for the best Camogie in the county and all are welcome to support.
Admission on Sunday (including programme):
Juveniles (Under 16): Free
Skerries Harps v Naomh Jude
Judes were comfortable winners against Raheny in this year’s Senior 2 Semi Final to set up a battle against Skerries, who finished 0-03 the better in a tough battle against St. Oliver Plunkett/Eoghan Ruadh.
Skerries have been previous winners of the old Senior B championship back in 2009, and Naomh Jude were winners the previous year in 2008.
Throw in for the Senior 2 Final is 12:00pm
Kilmacud Crokes v Faughs/Celtic
Kilmacud have notched up some massive score lines during this year’s competition, beating Finbarrs in Round 1 and Crumlin in Round 2, topping off their run overcoming Portobello in the Semi Final on a score of 5-08 to 1-04.
Faughs/Celtic also dominated their group, beating Portobello in Round 1, Thomas Davis in Round 2, and running out 0-12 to 1-06 winners against Crumlin in their Semi Final.
Throw in for the Senior 3 Final is 1:45pm
Lucan Sarsfields v St. Vincents
In a repeat of last year’s final, reigning champions St. Vincents will contest the Senior 1 final once again against a strong Lucan Sarsfields panel. It took two games last year to seperate these sides and again this game is expected to be an absolute thriller.
Lucan were held to a draw against Na Fianna in this year’s Semi Final and had to replay the Mobhi Road side a week later to get over the line, which showed massive character. Despite the score line, St Vincents had a tough Semi against Naomh Mearnog but came out eventual winners in a brilliant contest.
Throw in for the Senior 1 Final is 3:30pm