Dublin GAA Weekly Inter County Fixtures


A massive weekend with as many as eight Inter County Fixtures over the coming weekend for Dublin teams

Weekly Inter County Fixtures

Saturday March 25th 2023
Clare v Dublin
Very National Camogie League Division 3B
Fr. McNamara Park, Bunnow. 2:00pm

There’s a 3 way tie at the top of Division 3B in this year’s National Camogie League. Dublin are sharing that position with Antrim and Clare, just shading it on a stronger score difference. It puts them in a very good position with two games to go.

While they’ve still to be tested against, this weekend will see the first of two tests as Clare will welcome the girls in blue to Fr. McNamara Park. Dublin have racked up eight goals over their opening two games, beating Offaly by 4-21 to 0-01 and Limerick by 4-12 to 0-04. Clare have beaten Limerick by 0-17 to 1-03 and Antrim by 2-10 to 1-09 so Saturday has the makings of a great battle between these two sides.

Whoever comes away with a result this weekend will be in pole position ahead of the final round.

Dublin v Offaly
Electric Ireland Leinster Minor Hurling Championship Round 1
Parnell Park, Dublin. 2:00pm

Parnell Park will host the first of Dublin’s Leinster Minor Hurling Championship games as Offaly will visit to start proceedings.

As with previous years, Dublin are in Tier 1 of the competiton along with Offaly and Wexford with Kerry joining the pack. The round robin section will be played out over the next 3 weeks with dates and venues to be confirmed for the knockout stages.

Sunday March 26th 2023
Clare v Dublin
Very National Camogie League Division 1A
Cusack Park, Ennis. 12:00pm

There’s no denying that Dublin’s Senior Camogie panel are in a very disappointing position in Division 1A of the Camogie League, and this weekend’s clash with Clare is one of massive importance. Currently sitting bottom of the pack, Dublin simply have to win this game on Sunday as a final chance of avoiding a relegation battle which right now is looking likely.

Dublin can beat Clare, who since beating Kilkenny on the opening day have been on an unbeaten run. But the Dubs will need to find their scores and plenty of them to win and overtake Clare in the table. That would be a massive boost ahead of this year’s Championship.

Dublin v Offaly
Leinster U16A Camogie Championship
TU Dublin, Grangegorman. 1:00pm
Kilkenny v Dublin
Leinster U16B Camogie Championship
John Lockes GAA, Callan. 1:00pm

Two games down and two to go in the round robin phase of this year’s Leinster U16A Camogie Championship. And so far it’s been a learning experience for Rachel Rogers and her backroom team. They’ve been beaten in their opening two game by Wexford and Laois despite putting in two great shifts.

This weekend they welcome Offaly to Grangegorman in the hope of picking up their first victory to send them into their final game against Kilkenny. There’s still time and if these players can regroup and pick up wins they can still be in with a chance of a provincial Final berth.

Meanwhile in Callan, the U16B panel will take on a Kilkenny. They saw off Laois in their opener by 8-07 to 0-03 which was the perfect start. Their game against Meath in Round 2 was postponed and will need to be rescheduled. But a result against Kilkenny this weekend will put them into a Leinster Semi Final before that game is even played. So lets hope that’s what we’re talking about come Sunday evening.

Weekly Inter County Fixtures

Dublin v Louth
Allianz National Football League Division 2
Croke Park, Dublin. 2:00pm

The final round of this year’s Allianz Football League Division 2 contest. And hopefully by Sunday evening Dublin will be on the way back to Division 1 next season. They have Louth nipping at their heels with Derry sitting above them in the table. They beat Louth and they’re promoted and into the Division 2 final against Derry. Should Louth win by more than 3 points it’s theirs.

It will be an interesting contest for Dessie Farrell and one he’ll be confident of winning. But they can’t look beyond Sunday as they’ve had a few close calls along the way so far. And they’ll certainly want to face Derry one more time to make amends for their defeat in Celtic Park a few weeks ago.

Dublin v Waterford
LIDL National Football League Division 1
Parnell Park, Dublin. 2:00pm

The final round and Dublin’s last chance to reach this year’s Division 1 Final in the LIDL National Football league. Mathematically they can, and it’s a big ask facing Waterford, but they need the result of the game between Galway and Kerry to go their way to stand any chance.

Losses to Kerry and Galway have upset Dublin’s plans this year. But their performances against Meath, Cork, Mayo and of course Donegal have shown signs of the Dublin football we’ve become used to seeing in recent years. Should they be unsuccessful this weekend they’ll have a month to prepare before they face rivals Meath in the opening round of this year’s Leinster Senior Ladies Football Championship.

Dublin v Galway
Electric Ireland Minor Camogie Championship
TU Dublin, Grangegorman. 3:00pm

To round off the weekend’s action, Dublin’s Minor Camogie panel will square off against Galway. They’ve had disappointing results so far against Cork and Tipperary but with three games remaining in the round robin, Dublin can still make it to the knockouts. A win this weekend against Galway would be the perfect start. But Galway have already beaten Waterford and Kilkenny who Dublin have yet to play.

The game makes up the second part of a Dublin Camogie Double header with the U16A  panel starting the proceedings against Offaly. So certainly the destination on Sunday for any budding camogie player in the capital.