Senior 1 and Inter 1 action moves to Saturday in the We Are Dublin GAA / Dublin Camogie Adult Club Championships

Adult Club Championships

Saturday, September 7th 2019
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It’s a massive weekend in the Camogie calendar as the Liberty Insurance Camogie Championship finals are all being decided this Sunday in Croke Park. So for this weekend The Senior 1 and Inter 1 games in the Adult Club Championships will move to Saturday instead of Sunday.

Tomorrow evening, six games over the two competitions will throw in at 5:00pm It’s Round 3 in the Senior 1 Championship and Round 2 In Group 1 of the Inter Championship. Let’s get you all the details.

Senior 1 – Round 3

After two rounds of the competition, St. Vincents and Na Fianna are unbeaten and sit at the top of the Championship table. Tomorrow, however, something’s got to give as these two rivals face each other. It’s set to be a colossal game as both will jostle for position at the top.

With Naomh Jude losing to Ballyboden St. Endas last week, and Lucan Sarsfield also dropping points against Vincents, tomorrow is a chance to regroup and pick up some points. Judes is the venue in what should be an excellent game.

Ballyboden St. Endas bounced back last week, beating Judes by a point, and they’ll head for Faughs/Celtic to try and keep that momentum going. Faughs are still looking to pick up their first Senior 1 win and won’t lose their determination.

Like Faughs, Skerries Harps and Ballinteer will square off tomorrow, both hoping for their first victory. Beaten by Na Fianna in their only game yet, Skerries had a postponed game last weekend and will look to get back into the swing of things. For Ballinteer, they’ve lost to both Lucan and Na Fianna to date, and won’t want welcome Vincents next weekend with three losses.

Inter 1 – Round 2

Na Fianna B get their Inter 2 Championship up and running tomorrow coming in from a bye in Round 1. Their opponents Naomh Brid started their championship with a convincing 3-11 to 2-05 win of Naomh Peregrine last week. But if last year’s fixture holds any influence on tomorrow we could be in for an exciting contest. Brigids lost to Na Fianna by 0-12 to 1-05.

In the other group game Castleknock will want to continue their winning ways after beating Naomh Fionnbarra by 2-19 to 1-06 in the last round. They face Naomh Peregrine, who’ll be dusting themselves off after last week’s defeat.

*All throw in tomorrow are at 5:00pm
**Fixtures are correct at the time of this post, but may be subject to change.

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