We roll into Round 2 in both Senior 1 and Senior 2 the We Are Dublin GAA Dublin Camogie Adult Club Championships

Adult Club Championships

Sunday, August 16th 2020

With Round 1 of the competitions completed on Thursday, we move on into the second round in this year’s We Are Dublin GAA Dublin Camogie Adult Club Championships. And tomorrow the big guns roll out again in Senior 1 and Senior 2 hitting the halfway mark of the round robin stages in shorter campaign. One game in the Senior 2 competition throws in at 11:00am in the morning, but the rest are all scheduled for 1:30pm afternoon throw ins.

We Are Dublin GAA Dublin Camogie Adult Club Championships
Senior 1

St. Vincents v Lucan Sarsfield (1:30pm)
Faughs/Celtic v Naomh Jude (1:30pm)
Na Fianna v Ballyboden St. Endas (1:30pm)

St. Vincents fans finally get to see the reigning champions in action tomorrow as the panel come into the competition off their bye week. And they face a Lucan Sarsfield side buoyed by a tough Round 1 win over Kilmacud Crokes. Crokes, who are new to the grade this year put in a convincing performance in their opener, but Lucan weathered the attack to finish on a 2-14 to 2-11 scoreline. It will be interesting to see how this Lucan side set up against the Senior 1 champions.

In Group 2 Naomh Jude come into their game against Faughs/Celtic after an opening day 1-08 to 0-08 victory Na Fianna. Faughs suffered defeat in Round 1 to a strong Ballyboden St. Endas side on a 3-18 to 0-08 scoreline.

Ballyboden head to Mobhi Road in the hope of recording their second win. But it’s win or bust for Na Fianna as they can’t afford to drop more points to stay in with a chance of a knockout slot.

Senior 2

Naomh Mearnog v Castleknock (1:30pm)
Raheny v Skerries Harps (1:30pm)
St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh v Cuala (11:00am)
Ballinteer St. Johns v Good Counsel (1:30pm)

Castleknock and Skerries Harps came away from Round 1 with wins to see them top the table. A 6-24 to 1-01 score saw Castleknock secure a convincing win over Raheny. And Raheny now face Skerries in Round 2.

Skerries pipped Naomh Mearnog by 1-09 to 1-08 to secure their first win. Now Naomh Mearnog have the unenviable task of facing Castlknock tomorrow. The Portmarnock side will hope their home advantage will bolster their cause.

In Group 2, both winners in Round 1 now face each other in what will be a thriller between St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh and Cuala. Cuala started their campaign with a 3-12 to 2-06 win over Ballinteer St. Johns. Meanwhile Plunketts overcame Good Counsel by 1-10 to 0-09. Ballinteer welcome Good Counsel tomorrow with both teams eager to get points on the board before the final round.

Please note all fixtures are correct at the time of this post, but maybe subject to change. Please stay tuned here and on the official Dublin Camogie website for further details.