Round 1 completed in this year’s Senior 1 and 2 competitions in the We Are Dublin GAA Adult Camogie Club Championships
Mixed between this weekend’s hurling action, the curtain raised today on this year’s We Are Dublin GAA Adult Camogie Club Championships. And thankfully Round 1 of both the Senior 1 and Senior 2 Championships went off without a hitch. Seven games took place across the two senior grades. And the results are all in.
We Are Dublin GAA Adult Camogie Championships
With Senior Champions St. Vincents on a bye week in Round 1, the attention was solely on the other two sides in the Group 1 competition. And early this morning both Lucan Sarsfield and newly promoted Kilmacud Crokes didn’t disappoint.
In what was described as a good tough encounter, Lucan got up and running, seeing off the stiff challenge of Crokes on a close 2-14 to 2-11 scoreline. Crokes get a week off next week, while Lucan will have to visit Marino to entertain St. Vincents.
Elsewhere in Group 2 there were wins for Ballyboden St. Endas and Naomh Jude. Boden secured their first set of points with a convincing 3-13 to 0-08 against the ladies from Faughs/Celtic.
Next week Ballyboden will head for Mobhi Road were their opponents Na Fianna will be hoping for some better fortune. Their trip to Tymon Park this afternoon ended in a 1-08 to 0-08 defeat to 2019 runners up Naomh Jude. A second half goal ended up being crucial and the difference with Judes picking up the win. They’ll visit Faughs for their Round 2 encounter.
Castleknock and Skerries came out on top in Group 1 this week. The 11am throw in at Castleknock saw the home side dominate Raheny, winning 6-24 to 1-01. They’ll face Naomh Mearnog next week in Portmarnock.
Skerries Harps got off the a perfect start, leaving last year’s championship behind. They recorded a narrow win over Naomh Mearnog at home on a 1-09 to 1-08. They hit the road and head for Raheny next weekend.
In Group 2, Cuala put in a massive shift over relegated Ballinteer St. John’s. the Dalkey side recorded a 3-12 to 2-06 victory. That puts them in good shape heading into their Round 2 clash with St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh.
As for Plunketts, they’ll be more than happy with their opening result. Their trip to Good Counsel saw them come away with a 1-10 to 0-09 win. Good Counsel head for Ballinteer next weekend with both sides after their first victory.
Be sure and join is during the week, as the Inter and Junior Championships will get underway over Tuesday and Thursday evening. Please keep a close eye here and also at the official Dublin Camogie website for further details.