A full Sunday morning of action in the 2019 We Are Dublin GAA / Dublin Camogie Adult Club Championships
Sunday, September 15th 2019
Tomorrow is a massive day for women’s sport in Ireland. The Ladies Gaelic Football Association will host their TG4 All Ireland Championship Finals in Croke Park with Dublin’s Senior Ladies aiming for their third consecutive Championship.
And to kick off the day, there’s a huge card of games in the We Are Dublin GAA / Dublin Camogie Adult Club Championships. Senior 1 and Senior 2, along with the Inter and Junior competitions will have games all throwing in at 10:00am.
St. Vincents will set out to make it four games from four as they head for Ballinteer St. Johns. Ballyboden St. Endas, one of three teams on four points will welcome Skerries Harps, who have yet to pick up a win.
Lucan Sarsfield will entertain Faughs/Celtic who put up great fight against Boden last week. And Naomh Jude head to Na Fianna, with both side winning two of their three games to date.
St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh have a chance to pick up two vital points as they head Southside to Cuala. Unbeaten Good Counsel travel to Naomh Mearnog in the hope of keeping that unbeaten run.
Kilmacud Crokes too are tow for two as they travel to Raheny for their next encounter.
One game in each group tomorrow. Castleknock will be looking for their second win as they entertain Na Fianna B, who are still after their first.
In Group 2 Ballyboden St. Endas B will welcome Erins Isle. Isles beat St. Vincents B in their opening game and will look to continue that form.
It’s only the second round in the Inter 2 Camogie Competition. But we’ve a full card of games to play tomorrow.
CBC/Portobello, Naomh Olaf and Clann na Gael all Round 1 winners avoid each other in Round 2. CBC/Porto will face Lucan Sarsfield B, Clann na Gael welcome Thomas Davis, and Naomh Olaf are off to Crumlin for their Round 2 encounter.
Naomh Barrog and Skerries Harps top the Junior 2 competition after two rounds. Barrog welcome Naomh Mearnog B who have yet to bag a win. Skerries welcome Good Counsel B with St. Vincents D taking on Na Fianna C.
Just the one game in Group 1 of the Junior 4 Championship with Beann Eadair looking to pick up their second win against Lucan Sarsfield D.