We’ve more results from this week’s action in the We Are Dunlin GAA Dublin Camogie Adult Club Championships
Thats another night of action completed in this year’s We Are Dublin GAA Dublin Camogie Adult Club Championships. And there were six out of seven games completed in Inter 2 and the Junior 1 competition. The Inter 1 Group 2 game between Na Fianna B and Naomh Fionnbarra was abandoned and could not be completed. But let’s get you all the details from the other six games tonight.
We Are Dublin GAA Dublin Camogie Adult Club Championships
Inter 2 Championship
Ballyboden St. Endas B continued their unbeaten run in the Inter 2 Camogie Championship with a 1-16 to 0-03 victory over Lucan Sarsfield B tonight. And that secures their knockout position before they sit out the last round on their bye week.
That result and a win tonight for CBC/Portobello means Portobello are back in contention for qualification now too. Their 3-12 to 2-03 win over Naomh Olaf tonight lifts them off the bottom of the table. They’ll need the result between Whitehall Colmcille and Naomh Olaf to go their way and they’ll need to beat Lucan themselves next week. But Whitehall are in the driving seat for the second qualifying slot.
Junior 1 Championship
With one game remaining Kilmacud Crokes B have secured qualification to the Semi Finals of the Junior 1 competition. They travelled to Naomh Maur tonight and left with a 2-13 to 2-05 win. That’s three wins from three as they entertain Naomh Mearnog B next week in the final round.
Faughs/Celtic B draw level on points with Maurs in the table after their 4-09 to 1-04 win tonight over Thomas Davis. But Naomh Maur have one game to play as they head for Thomas Davis next week.
In Group 2, Ballinteer St. Johns B grabbed their second win of the competition tonight, beating Erins Isle B by 4-12 to 1-08. Naomh Barrog secured their fourth win putting them level on points with St. Vincents at the top of the group. They registered a 5-12 to 2-02 win over Clanna Gael/Fontenoy. It certainly looks like Barrog and Vincents will make the cut. But we’ll wait until next week.