The Results from Round 2 of the We Are Dublin GAA Senior Camogie Championship are in.
Sunday, September 23rd 2018
All scheduled seven games in Round 2 of this years Senior Camogie Championship went ahead as planned this morning. And with one round to go, things are starting to take shape. Here’s all the details.
Senior 1 Camogie Championship
Naomh Jude bounced back this morning from last weeks defeat to St. Vincents with a 3-11 to 0-05 at Skerries. Their final round game will be against Ballyboden St. Endas next weekend. St Vincents continue to dominate the group with huge 3-11 to 0-03 victory over Ballyboden. With Vincents facing Skerries next weekend it’s likely they remain top of the group, with the winner of Judes and Ballyboden taking the runner up spot. That being said it may not be that simple. We’ll just have to wait.
Ballinteer St. John’s suffered defeat last weekend against Lucan Sarsfields, and unfortunately their bad luck continued this morning. Na Fianna were the victors by 3-11 to 0-07, leaving St. Johns at the bottom of the table where they’ll finish now as they enter their bye week in Round 3. With Na Fianna and Lucan level on points, it’s their game against each other next week that will decide the group.
Senior 2 Camogie Championship
Good Counsel are two for two, following their 4-07 to 1-05 over St. Vincent’s B this morning and will look forward to their Final round game against Naomh Mearnog next weekend. Mearnogs suffered defeat to Faughs/Celtic on a 1-03 to 2-09 scoreline today as they face leaders Good Counsel next weekend. The Round 1 game between Vincents and Mearnogs is still to be rescheduled, but for now it’s likely Good Counsel will finish top of the table.
A 1-12 to 0-06 win for St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh over Kilmacud Crokes puts Plunketts in the driver seat in Group 2. They’ll face Erins Isle next weekend who have yet to register a win. Isles were beaten by Raheny 1-13 to 1-07 today, putting Raheny level on points with Crokes in the second position. So it’s all to play for between Plunketts, Crokes and Raheny.
Stay tunes here and on dublincamogie.ie for more Championship details.