We’re all done for this week in the We Are Dublin GAA Senior Camogie League
Thursday, May 2nd 2019
Tonight we had eleven more games in the We Are Dublin GAA Camogie Leagues and there were some great results. Hard to believe the Junior 4 league goes into it’s final round next week. And we’re on the home stretch in all the other competitions.
So here’s all the details from tonight’s fixtures.
Inter 1 League, Round 6
With Thomas Davis unable to field a team tonight, Erins Isle move up to the top of the table with Naomh Peregrine who were on a bye tonight. And that makes next weeks game between the two sides even more mouth watering. Lucan Sarsfield move up the table now on six points after their 1-10 to 1-07 win over Ballyboden St. Endas, who had the opportunity to stay within a point of the leaders. And Na Fianna B presented Naomh Fionnbarra with their fifth defeat of the competition, winning by seven points with a 4-07 to 3-03 scoreline.
Inter 2 League, Round 4
We’re at the half way point in the Inter 2 League and there’s nothing to seperate CBC/Portobello and Naomh Padraig. CBC were 4-12 to 3-09 winners tonight over Naomh Olaf. And Naomh Padraig also get the fourth victory on the bounce with a 4-10 to 2-03 win over Whitehall Colmcille. Crumlin, who are also still in with a shout in this division registered a massive 7-13 to 3-06 win over St. Vincents C. We’ll have to wait until the final round before we see CBC/Portobello and Naomh Padraig face each other.
Junior 1 League, Round 4
Ballinteer St. Johns took a step closer to Kilmacud Crokes at the top of this group with a healthy 4-06 to 1-08 win over their opponents Naomh Maur tonight. Erins Isle had the opportunity to do the same but were held to a 1-09 to 0-12 draw by bottom of the table Naomh Barrog.
Isles head to Ballinteer next week with Maurs taking on Kilmacud in the final round.
Before tonight’s games Raheny and Skerries were neck and neck at the top of Group 2. But Skerries this evening lost vital points to Naomh Jude B, who beat them by 2-07 to 2-05. Raheny on the other hand continue to hold the top spot after their 5-05 to 2-02 victory over Naomh Mearnog B. But St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh have pulled themselves above Skerries into second place. Their 4-07 to 1-09 win over Good Counsel puts them back in the hunt and only one point behind Raheny.